Invitation to join Kieno Kammies for a DinnerTalk with entrepreneurs.

Kieno Kammies is looking for five couples to join him for our next DinnerTalk hosted at the Spasie underground restaurant for a 5-course wine-paired meal prepared by Chef Nick Charalambous on Thursday 20 November.

The theme for the evening is a celebration of business owners tasked with growing the economy and providing new employment options.

Sharing best practices and making the most of opportunities available in the City can only be enhanced in a space created by entrepreneurs with a menu put together by one of Cape Town's rising food stars.

The evening will cost R800 per couple.

The Menu

First course

Tuna Tataki
burnt miso panna cotta, red quinoa, spring onion,lemon and lime olive oil dressing, olive oil powder, crispy capers and pickled lemon

Second course

Ricotta Gnudi
Olive oil confit endive, charred leeks, asparagus, pumpkin seed pesto and onion veloute

Third course

Watermelon, mint and lime
compressed watermelon

Fourth course

Lamb Rump
Chickpea and olive oil cake, artichoke puree, medley of baby vegetables, fennel root and lamb jus

Fifth course

Olive oil ice cream
White chocolate cremeaux, almond tuile, passion fruit gel, gooseberries

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  • As space is limited we will select 5 couples from the responses we receive.
  • Your place will be confirmed once payment is received following your selection.

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