Slippery Spoon Kitchen, 2016 Cape Town & 2018 Stellenbosch Celebrity Chefs:
Johnny Hamman and Marius Uys, the creative duo behind Slippery Spoon Kitchen, offer unique food experiences to their discerning culinary audience. At the Most Expensive Burger in Town event, they use their craft to serve the community. In a most spectacular fashion, of course.
Bertus Basson, 2018 Stellenbosch Celebrity Chef:
Bertus has a food philosophy rooted in traditional South African culture with a modern outlook. Besides his commitment to great food made with fresh, local ingredients, he's also dedicated to uplifting the community. He shares our belief that children are the future and an investment in their well-being can change their lives forever.
Santa Annas, 2017 Cape Town Celebrity Chef:
As Piet says, “It’s all about the gees,” and in Santa Annas case, that means epic burgers and fries for a one of a kind fundraiser.
Latin American flavours & Barbecue has taken the world by storm and is fast becoming a global favourite. Santa Anna’s is bringing the flavours of the American South to South Africa, blending authentic flavour combinations and cooking techniques with local sustainable produce. From humble beginnings, Santa Anna’s is fast becoming the leading brand for authentic Barbecue and Mexican cuisine. They are committed to providing artisanal organic products & cuisine unmatched in flavour.
Chef Christiaan Campbell, 2017 Stellenbosch Celebrity Chef:
Boschendal executive chef, Christiaan Campbell take the reigns in the kitchen. As a man who cooks with ethical concepts dear to his heart, Campbell keeps things ‘grounded’ and works closely with the farm producers and managers. Sharing Community Keepers’ vision to help uplift surrounding communities, Campbell and the Boschendal team were quick to join ‘The Most Expensive Burger in Town’ team of organisers. “When word came that help was needed for the project, we knew it was a golden opportunity to offer our time and be part of a collective approach to advancing children’s self-development”, says Campbell.