10 course dinner- Cube Tasting Kitchen

We had the most divine Valentine’s Dinner. I’d been to Cube before but I’ve been dying to return. It’s a tiny restaurant in Parktown North (maximum capacity around 24 people) and it doesn’t even have a sign outside. The decor is basic and simple, but the food is anything but.
Everything is plated beautifully (think edible flowers, and brilliant usage of colours and textures) and the taste sensation is just out of this world. The chef, Dario, puts together the strangest combination of things but they all just taste so good. It’s pricey- the price ranges from R450-R600 pp, but I really think it is worth it. It’s not the kind of place you’ll go to every weekend- it’s a very special occasion kind of place. I give you my word that anyone you take there will be blown away!

The entire experience lasted about 3.5 hours- I have to admit that on a weekday it is quite tiring so maybe plan to go on a weekend. They aren’t licensed so you take your own booze- no corkage charge!

A selection of salts to go with the meal
Bread with goats cheese, coriander and chilli pesto, olive oil, dukkah and olive tapenade
A simulation of a beer tasting- chicken broth, mushroom soup and a thai green curry all topped with coconut foam
 Smoked salmon with anchovy and an EGG styrofoam- how cool!

 Lobster salad with pickled radish
Mushroom decadence

Beetroot with truffle, mushroom and basil milk
 Sweetcorn and cauliflower
Chocolate and meringue dessert in the process of plating
The final product
Pistacchio shortbread, with berries, hazelnuts and custard
Lime mousse with turkish delight and nougat
Check out their website http://cube.wozaonline.co.za/ and if you do give them a try, let me know what you think!
xo
H
PS: I have 2 very exciting competitions running at the moment! Win a night for 2 people at the Protea Hotel Fire and Ice and win a spa package for 2 at The Pyramid Day Spa. Make sure you enter before it’s too late 🙂