Outlandish Kitchen

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Cape Town
Western Cape
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One-day kitchens are set up out in the middle of nowhere on the small-scale Cape farms that cultivate many of the main ingredients used to make the meal of the day.

In this way, patrons of these lunch or dinner events get to interact directly with the producers of their fare – farmers attend the events and talk guests through their ethical philosophies – and can dine right on the land that gave rise to their delicious grub (all cooked by local chefs).

While the emphasis is on raising consciousness about what we eat, the pop-ups also aspire to encourage guests to try foods they wouldn’t normally (like roasted marrow bones and smoked chuck).

Not to mention, all diners (there are usually spaces for between 25 and 50 people) are seated at one long table, so the ambience is always festive and strangers almost always leave good friends.

The ever-changing experience costs around R550p/p and includes a five- to six-course feast and free-flowing wine.


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