Wednesday, 21 October 2020 17:24

 

Le Petit Chef is making un grand return to the sanitized tabletops of the luxurious Beverley Hills Hotel to once again take up the journey of Marco Polo with those fans who were abandoned at the beginning of South Africa’s lockdown.

We are excited to announce that the spontaneous, nomadic and tiny chef has hung around long enough to reshare his gourmet adventure once again, designed from his experiences along the Silk Route of Asia. You are invited to immerse yourself in a 3D projected extravaganza that allows you to travel through the big, exciting and flavourful world of the intrepid explorer Marco Polo, albeit with masks and temperature checks, no border controls or quarantine will be necessary!

The spectacular show is accompanied by an awe-inspiring and mouth-watering six course dinner, infused with the essence of each country passed through. Best of all – bookings for this limited run at # 1 Light House Road, uMhlanga Rocks are officially open for the re-launch date of 28 October 2020.

The gourmet dining theatre hosts an intimate 30 guests per show (as per gazette requirements). While the entertainment remains top-notch, and your tastebuds will be titillated as ever before, your safety is still priority. Le Petit Chef as an individual, and as an event, understands the power of those things small, and as such has implemented extensive COVID-19 protocols to protect diners and the fully COVID trained staff alike.

With your peace of mind assured, the evening opens with a complimentary glass of MCC, and diners are given the option of a wine-pairing to complement the dishes served. The menu remains shrouded in mystery but sit back and allow resident Executive Chef Nathania Wasserman (together with the world’s smallest Chef), to delight every tastebud. The duo is able to accommodate all dietary needs – vegetarian, vegan, halaal-and-Kosher friendly.

And so, your authentic culinary journey begins as you traverse the Asian continent through the desert sands of Arabia, the dripping colours of India, the peaks of the Himalayas, the heavy mists of China, returning to the point of origin in the romantic cobbled streets of Marseilles, France.

Le Petit Chef and DinnerTimeStoriesSA, is the product of a few of the most talented and leading entertainmentindustry minds: Felip Sterckx and Antoon Verbeeck of Skullmapping fame, Nadine Beshir as concept creator, and brought to South Africa for your enjoyment by Paul Rouessart the Southern African show producer and owner of 100% EVENT.

Le Petit Chef is celebrating his return to Durban with an early-bird lockdown relaunch special of R1100.00 per person, thereafter increasing to R1295.00. Child-friendly shows are schedule for Sunday lunches with all other shows strictly for children over the age of 12 years.

Le Petit Chef is eager and able to accommodate corporate bookings within specific times reserved for such purposes. Additional entertainment can easily be incorporated, as well as personalised branding.

Remember that Le Petit Chef never stays in one place too long! This is a limited run.

His culinary stories are meticulously crafted as an occasion to be remembered … Le Petit Chef is for adventurers who reject monotony and embrace the gourmet, so bring a friend and make a memory for life.

Book early with Computicket for the bragging rights – the show truly needs to be seen to be believed.