Street Food Festival 2017

The fourth annual Street Food Festival paid homage to our food culture by dishing up authentic South African street foods pavement-style. The festival featured a food market of local talent, live music and crate talks geared towards food entrepreneurs with such industry speakers as Ming-Cheau Lin, Nikki Albertyn, Mpho Masango and Josh De Kock from Weekly Wors.


Convivium Block Party



This year the Convivum team felt they could do more and decided to bring their festival to Woodstock. They want to reach people on a grassroots level through heritage food.

 “The lineup will be a bunch of crazy-talented people but they’re cooking things like tripe potjies, offal samoosas and really using cheap and forgotten ingredients.” says co founder Andy Fenner


Line up: 

John van Zyl – Thali 

Chris Erasmus – Foliage

Andy Fenner – Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants 

Wesley Randles – The Shortmarket Club

David Cope – Publik Wines

Arno Janse van Rensburg – Kitchen at Maison

Ivor Jones – The Warehouse

AA Badenhorst Family Wines – Caperitif

More about Convivium: 

 Convivium is an event that aims to showcase food, chefs and producers in the most primal way possible. The way they do this is to close the gap between the end product (a meal) and the starting point (the earth and the animal).

Food is the catalyst that Convivium uses to shine light on the environment and social issues too, in a effort to identify challenges facing society today. More importantly, it will hopefully get people talking. It is – at its core – an opportunity to get people asking questions about our food industry. All gate proceeds at the Convivium Block Party go towards Abalimi Bezekhaya: The People’s Garden in Khayelitsha.

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Food Studio


Curated by culinary-minded experience designers Studio H, the Food Studio conference is a             1 day food event that aims to change the way we think about food.

Join us for a day filled with interactive talks, business insights, great food and workshops.

Street Food Festival 2017 Video



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