SŸN at 47: A Pop-Up Dining Experience on Bree Street

SŸN at 47: A Pop-Up Dining Experience on Bree Street

Award-winning chefs, Warwick King and Rikku Ó’Donnchü, open SŸN at 47, bringing their take on molecular gastronomy to the city.

The pair responsible for making Gåte at Quoin Rock one of the hottest restaurants in Stellenbosch – Rikku Ó’Donnchü (who has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants The Fat Duck and The French Laundry), and Warwick King (formerly of The Stack and Delaire Graff) – are bringing their innovative cooking style to their newest endeavour, SŸN at 47.

These two chefs have hosted numerous SŸN pop-up events in the past, but 16 July will see a more permanent fixture open on Cape Town’s buzzing Bree Street. That is, at least until the grand opening of what they are calling ‘the most exciting and experimental dining restaurant in South Africa’, in November. For now though, SŸN at 47 is the teaser.

What to expect

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The pair encourage diners to “expect the unexpected”. A visit to SŸN at 47 is likely to be an immersive dining experience, with the chefs’ mastery and quirky humour on full display. It will be their take on molecular gastronomy, playing on form, texture, taste and presentation. The unique restaurant setting will incorporate local artists’ sculptures and art pieces.

Opening date 16 July 2019