HIGHLIGHTS: Hartiwood Food & Film Show

The Hartiwood Food and Film Show is a feast for all the senses. The very best of local and international culinary cinema paired with an artisan food and wine market plus a bonus gourmet gala dinner featuring renowned chefs.

702 attended the event, scroll through the photo gallery below and see some of our favourite moments from the festival of fun!

The market featured over 80 stalls, each one packed with quality artisan goods from people who had come together from all over South Africa - and various corners of the continent to bring their best wares, eats and creations for festival goers to enjoy!

One of the highlights of the market has to be the film we watched in an aquarium, French Toast which had been filmed at the venue and in Paris!

Every stall at the market had a story behind it, Linde Watson is a young Chef who makes the most attractive looking food you have ever seen!

Devon from the Silver Orange Bistro in Harties also wowed the crowds with an array of delicious food:


This article first appeared on 702 : HIGHLIGHTS: Hartiwood Food & Film Show


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