Chilli canapes at Shimmy Beach Club with Eat Out, Cape Town Lately
Chilli canapes at Shimmy Beach Club with Eat Out, Cape Town Lately

Shimmy Beach Club, Eat Out prepare chilli culinary experience

As winter rolls in and beach days are few and far between, Shimmy Beach Club has partnered up with Eat Out to take you on a culinary exploration of the world’s hottest fruit!

Guests are invited to enjoy a 12-course canape-style feast, with Chef Adrian as your guide, each mouthful an exploration of chilli in all its forms. Chilli is one of the most versatile ingredients on the planet, so you’ll get to enjoy everything from sushi to corn dogs to candied jalapeno.

Each course will have a suggested pairing, available for tasting or purchase, from one of the pop-up local beer, wine and spirit vendors at the venue. The food, drinks, entertainment and décor will all be focused on chilli – perfectly suited to the cold winter months – so you can expect your night to be a spicy one!

Meet and mingle with like-minded foodies, or catch up with old friends, with live music and great food in a warm sociable atmosphere.

The event starts 6.30 for 7pm on 29 June, just as the warm sunset reflects off the Atlantic. Park at the Silo parking in V&A Waterfront and enjoy a complimentary shuttle to Shimmy, as well as a welcome drink on your arrival. Tickets are limited so book yours now.

Tickets are R350 per person and are available as pre-sold only.

Tickets are limited, get yours here:


Eat Out & Shimmy Beach Club, Cape Town Lately
Eat Out & Shimmy Beach Club, Cape Town Lately



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