Red Carpet Concepts, 7 March 2016
Fine dining establishment in Somerset West, Benguela on Main’s Executive Chef, Jean Delport will be showcasing a cooking demonstration at the Hermanus FynArts Festival on Monday, 13 June 2016. The cooking demo will be conducted at Mac Brothers Pop-up Kitchen at the Whale Coast Hotel at 11:00am.
Benguela on Main is owned and operated by Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Hermanus.
The Hermanus FynArts Festival, running from 10 - 19 June 2016 is an initiative of Hermanus Tourism to celebrate unrivalled artists from all walks of life including performers, filmmakers, winemakers, chefs, sculptors and exquisite artists. There are a variety of events, and things to do and see, that have been carefully put together keeping fine art in mind, and the cooking demos are no exception.
Chef Jean Delport encompasses a distinguished approach to food and fine dining at Benguela on Main, and while the restaurant is owned and operated by Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Walker Bay, Hermanus, Delport is a real innovator in the kitchen. His classical French and English training at Zevenwacht Chef School, has equipped him to take fine dining to the next level and he uses only fresh, seasonal and local ingredients.
He will be cooking up a storm at Mac Brothers Pop-up Kitchen where partakers will be able to see and taste Jean’s cooking first-hand. He will be presenting an ice-cream sandwich pastry demonstration as well as a fine dining dish and an at-home alternative.
Tickets can be bought through Hermanus Tourism, please contact 028 312 2629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please visit www.hermanus.co.za. For more information, please visit the Benguela on Main website.