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Hailing from King Williams Town, Chef Gregory Henderson (37) has many restaurant openings under his belt, the most recent being Forage at Wildekrans and Khuraka (Forage in Hindu) at their sister hotel Endless Horizons in Durban North. Forage restaurant is situated on Wildekrans Wine Estate in the Western Cape, and provides the perfect escape when you need time off from your busy schedule, offering gourmet cuisine at its best. Chef Greg prides himself in delivering unique, tantalizing dishes, using ingredients from their own pastures, to deliver an indigenous dining experience, worthy of international recognition.
The restaurant ethos has a solid emphasis on Cape Heritage and indigenous ingredients which allows for the chefs from the restaurants to forage daily. The estate is home to a variety of fynbos species including the endangered Renosterbos, wild plants and other interesting finds, combined with traditional cooking methods which then make for a unique and interesting dining experience.
Having clinched the second international award at Forage Restaurant in 2 months, Chef Greg says that focus and a strong sense of persistence is what he lives by, and is what he attributes to his success thus far.
This is one chef to keep an eye on, as he still has a few tricks up his sleeve, and many other awards that he is working toward winning.
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