Have you ever wanted to dine in absolute luxury? Then, make sure you book tickets to the super exclusive Secret Eats Secret Chef's Table for 10 this September. Step into one of the most prestigious kitchens in the city for an intimate, indulgent evening. Prepare for a 6-course, 5-star Chef's Table experience, with the full kitchen brigade at your service. This month's secret chef began their career as a kitchen trainee and now heads up the kitchens of a few special spaces in the city. They have generously paired each course with one of South Africa's top wines, so you can sit back, relax and indulge.
As always, there will be a few extra surprises in store. That's why you simply can't miss out on this one-of-a-kind dining experience. Here's all that's in store for the 10 exclusive guests at the Secret Chef's Table:
Space is extremely limited, so book your seats ASAP!
Friday, 13 September 2019 and Friday, 20 September 2019.
Sandton, Johannesburg (Secret diners will receive the venue address on the day before the event).
Tickets cost R1,050 per person. Click here to secure your seats.
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Delight your senses with some fine-dining and elegance at 54 on Bath’s Level Four restaurant . They have just launched their new winter menu as well as a brand-new dining experience at the ‘Chef’s Table’. This menu offers meals that suit the chilly weather and focus on the deliciousness of comfort food that warms the body from the inside out, all the while appealing to their discerning guests’ expectations.
The Chef’s Table, which has been especially crafted, accommodates five to seven people and is positioned where guests can see the whole kitchen ‘theatre’ unfolding, including the preparation and cooking, plates being plated, and orders being called. The special six-course ‘chef’s choice’ menu includes a surprise seventh course from one of the dishes being prepared for the evening, as well as a bottle of Pierre Jourdan Brut and wine pairing with four of the courses. This experience costs R1 200 per person.
The new menu has been created by Executive Chef, Matthew Foxon, together with his sous chefs, Lutendo Funyufunyu, Lefa Mosana, Precious Malebye and Albin Nel. Keeping in line with Level Four tradition, it features sustainable sourcing of the best quality seasonal ingredients and credit given to the individual chefs who played a role in fine-tuning the dishes.
The range of starters includes:
The main course menu includes some excellent winter warmers and features:
Desserts are rich and tantalising and include:
Foxon says that sourcing of sustainable ingredients is becoming increasingly challenging as more fish are being added to the SA Sustainable Seafood Initiative Red List, which now includes rock lobster and crayfish. “Lobster bisque is one of our signature dishes and we are trying to find a replacement for lobster – it’s hugely popular and an essential item on our menu.” The restaurant remains committed to sourcing fresh fish and to encouraging suppliers to ‘go green’ with their packaging and recycling policies and practices.
For more information about the Chef's Table, the brand-new winter menu or Level Four Restaurant, visit www.tsogosun.com/54-on-bath.
You can contact 54 on Bath at 011 344 8500 or [email protected].