Curated by Cameron Giles, executive chef, Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers, Chefs Cut is a menu offering that features a fresh take on South African cuisine, with the regions iconic fynbos playing the lead role in a culinary tour-de-force. This sumptuous, surprise menu has never been tasted before, and what can be done with locally-sourced ingredients will amaze and astound you.
The weeklong promotion was hosted simultaneously across Marriott Hotels in Bangkok, Cape Town, George Town (Grand Cayman), Istanbul, Orange County (California) and Charlotte (North Carolina) and leverages a global food and beverage emerging trend to create a one of a kind experience that is sure to surprise and delight guests. Chefs across these hotels are challenging themselves to use their imagination and creativity to craft menus that will provide a refreshing perspective on dining.
“Marriott’s latest and greatest test-and-learn experience is bringing new flavours to our guests around the world in an intimate dining experience. The trend is very much focused on our guests desire to be surprised whether it is through a surprise menu item or a surprise meal, and, with Cape Town being a culinary epicentre, we are delighted to be a part of this global promotion," said Carolyn Jones, general manager, Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers.
The Chefs Cut surprise menu was available 5 â-11 November at Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers.