No two events are the alike and diners can look forward to a swashbuckling affair of epic proportions that takes no prisoners and leaves a delicious trail of culinary wonder in its wake.


Our Johnny is quite the conceptual fellow and doesn’t let a single opportunity to stretch his creative muscles slip through his fingers. He draws inspiration from the strangest of places – think fairy tales, nature, music videos, his grandmother’s kitchen, far-flung exotic locations and even the Bible.


Each Slippery Spoon menu is completely unique and inspired by the theme of the night. Get ready to be amazed as Johnny challenges the norm to bring you a variety of taste sensations. Beverages will be on sale at a cash bar or via Snapscan.


Much thought and research goes into choosing each unique Slippery Spoon event/dinner destination. Depending on the theme of the night, you may end up dining on a rooftop, in a field, at the bottom of a quarry or the banks of a river.

Food & Ceramics Dinner

The launch of the Not Ham But Man ceramics range was celebrated at the Mervyn Gers studio in Cape Town during the month of May. The range (conceptualised by Johnny and created by Mervyn) served as inspiration for the menu, which featured a contemporary take on food that would traditionally be served in ceramics, including home made bread served with sesame-and-soy butter and a canapé of roasted cauliflower, warm brie and saffron syrup.

Diners also enjoyed steak tartare with confitted egg yolk, a contemporary moussaka and re-imagined fish pie. The Not Ham But Man ceramics range, which features Johnny’s distinctive wishbone logo, will be available for purchase from our online store soon. Don’t miss the launch!