Supper Lounge

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Cape Town
Western Cape
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The Mother’s Kitchen occasions invite anyone interested to open up their private home and prepare feasts that offer a taste of their childhood and country of origin.

This makes for an intimate and homely experience, and the focus is as much on meeting fascinating new people as it is on indulging in a one-night-only food journey.

These short-lived events, as well as all the others organised or advertised by Supper Lounge, are featured on their website ( along with details about the venue, chef, menu and other guests (secrecy is not so central to this concept). 

Those who sign up on the site will receive newsletters notifying them of suppers, but interested parties can also follow their movements on Facebook and Twitter.

All booking and paying (dinners average around R250p/p) can be done online.

Importantly, as Supper Lounge draws many local pop-ups together onto one portal, keeping an eye on this venture is probably the easiest way to stay on top of the underground scene.

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