Secret Pop-up Restaurant

Slippery Spoon is a secret innovative pop up restaurant in Cape Town that only shows itself now and then at unique locations. All guests are guaranteed to leave inspired, flabbergasted and of course a little bit tipsy or most likely a-lot.

Supper Lounge Event


The event is hosted by Supper Lounge and will take place in a workshop by Samantha Morgan – a highly talented ceramic artist based near Bree Street. All supper guests will sit around her workshop table in the middle of her studio – enjoying delicious meals out of her ceramic plates and cups.

All courses will be paired by wines from Napier Winery located in the beautiful Wellington wine region.

This Supper Lounge event will be held on the 28th of March starting at 19h00. Tickets are R490 per person. Please reserve your seat in advance to avoid disappointment.

The menu

Each course prepared in a Pottery Oven – and will be paired with a matching wine from the Napier vineyard.


On arrival

Crispy Parma ham Flat Breads served outside with Napier on arrival.

Your bubbles will served out of pottery cups J


First Pot

Salt baked Line Fish Portions served with a pickled baby salad and Salsa Verde

Paired with Lion Creek – a tropical Chenin/Sauvignon Blanc blend.


Main Pot

Bo-Kaap style Malay Chicken Breast baked in Pottery Clay served with Rose Buerre Blanc and an Ice Cold Wheat Beer served in Clay Cups. Hammer Supplied to get to your Chicken

Paired with Napier Chardonnay – a full bodied lemon buttery Chardonnay.


Sweet Pot

Southern Style Summer Peach and Berry cobblers served with home-made Beetroot Ice Cream

Served with Napier Potstill Brandy – lovely dried apricots and pear flavor.

Written by Marvin

Founder of FoodBlogSA Media. B.Bus.Sc. - Marketing; M.Bus.Sc- Tourism. A career in destination marketing was calling but then my passion for food took over. Welcome to our restaurant marketing platform.

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