Wild-Crafted Wall-Tent Dinner Pop-up Dinner Announcement! A new dining experience awaits you. Let us arouse your senses, awaken your palate and nourish your soul. Join for a long table dinner with Nature’s Chef & Wild[…]
2737 Ella Rd. Sooke
Wild-Crafted Wall-Tent Dinner
Pop-up Dinner Announcement!
A new dining experience awaits you. Let us arouse your senses, awaken your palate and nourish your soul. Join for a long table dinner with Nature’s Chef & Wild Side Culinary Adventures.
Nestled in the Shire by the Sea, on sacred land, we build resilient culture through wildfood.
This is a two day pop-up dinner series, celebrating the first bursts of spring season, the green vibrancy that helps us move from stagnant winter.
Friday, March 27.
Saturday, March 28.
Seated in the comfort of a wood-fired canvas wall-tent, while amerced in fresh cedar aroma. You’ll be nourished by nature through a wild-crafted four course dinner. Foods cooked on fire-pit, basalt stones, cast-iron and cob oven baked. Paired with wild teas and fermented bevies. Pescatarian menu to be posted in event page.
Please message the chef for any dietary restrictions.
Reserve your seat through clicking ticket link, check out via Eventbrite.
Maximum long table space only 10 guests.
Cost $90 (4 course dinner & elixirs)
Step into a new-old way of dining, connecting community, building resilience.
About your Hosts;
Wild Side Culinary Adventures
A Rustically sophisticated Culinary Adventure. Reconnecting people to nature through wildfood.
Nature’s Chef, Tom Kral
Over 20 years of professional cooking experience and a bloodline of cooks has evolved Tom Kral into Nature’s Chef. From a child growing up in a European deli and spending time at the family cottage, camping and foraging played a important role of his life that developed a deep connection with nature. Following his passion for cooking it led him down a path of being trained by some of the worlds best chefs, then to owner of a renowned restaurant and catering business in Toronto, ON. After a chef burn out and a awakening he finally came to settle in supernatural BC because of the irresistible call for the wild. His passion for putting medicine back into our food quickly grew into a whole new genre of dining experience, which he delivers to others through edutainment.
The Elemental Collective seeks to create a harmonious culture of humans living in attunement with the natural community of plants, animals and elemental powers. Through offering nature education workshops, retreats & culinary events, art, healing, ceremony and celebratory events we strive to inspire further generations of land stewards and community co-operatives by sharing the knowledge needed to sustain and thrive as human beings. Honoring all life forces & fostering a deeper commitment with the Earth, we attend to the interwoven threads of personal, community and bioregional relationships. By forming a Co-operative we are bringing together the diverse gifts, knowledge and experience of our team, the Elemental Guardians, to purchase the land we are living on, in order to bring a much needed alternative project of ‘doing business differently’ than most of the current models that are in crisis. It is a visionary task, and there are countless challenges to surmount, but the steadfast hearts of our fellowship are up for the adventure!