Slippery Spoon

 
 
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Cape Town
Western Cape
 
 
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Needless to say, other-worldly fare is the star of the show at every underground event this talented chef holds (there’s one every two or three months).

Each dinner features an unusually themed menu – think ‘plastic fantastic’ or ‘the 10 commandments’, for instance –  and takes place in an obscure location.

In this way, guests get to experience both a new, exciting venue and an array of dishes they’d perhaps not normally try. What’s more, the ingenious cook is intent on getting to know his diners, often prepares the food right in front of them and is always happy to explain the inspiration behind each meal.

Far from your average dining option, Slippery Spoon is, as its creator says, “like going to the theatre, but getting fed at the same time.”

Locals can find out about suppers on the pop-up restaurant’s Facebook page – events are advertised about two weeks in advance – or by word of mouth. 

Though some element of surprise is maintained, guests are told certain details, like the location, theme and number of courses to be served beforehand.
 
 

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