Do you like doing different things? I am someone who gets bored quickly and doing the same thing over and over again, is for me a great waste of time – you could even say I am restless.
I heard about Dinner Time Stories and perhaps what caught my imagination the most, was a statement I came across: Le Petit Chef is for “adventurers who reject monotony and who dare to be different.”
Le Petit Chef, the world’s smallest chef who is currently in South Africa at the Faircity Quatermain Hotel in Morningside, Sandton. We decided to go, knowing very little about the entire concept (which in hindsight was the best approach) besides the fact that it would be a six-course meal.
We arrived half an hour before the start of dinner and were welcomed by our host Paul Rouessart who brought the Le Petit Chef concept to South Africa. After having a relaxing complimentary glass of bubbly at the Quartermains bar we were escorted to the 52 seater dining area.
Once seated the 3D immersive dining spectacular started, following the journey of the tiniest chef in the world on his journey through the Silk Route of Asia, following in the footsteps of the intrepid explorer, Marco Polo. I am actually going to stop telling you about the experience as I feel it is something you actually need to experience for yourself.
What I am going to say is that the taste experience is superbly prepared by award-winning Executive Chef Tristan Latouf and you will be delighted by the culinary delights provided during the entire meal.