Head Chef Virgil Kahn is behind the evocative, fine dining food theatre that is Indochine. He comes to Delaire Graff Estate from an esteemed background, having cooked at Gordon Ramsay’s Maze and Nobu at The One&Only Cape Town. He has been at Indochine since opening its doors in 2010 and today heads up a gifted team who bring together creative combinations with artistry and flair.
Indochine’s cuisine almost defies categorisation. “The restaurant is Asian influenced, but definitely not a fusion of any sort,” explains Kahn. “It is a collaboration of fine dining, the European kitchen and South African style, creating an authentic, exciting experience with an innovative take.”
Virgil Kahn’s philosophy is centred on an all-sensory dining experience. With meticulous attention to detail, he combines exquisitely balanced flavours and imaginative presentation in an exceptional setting at Delaire Graff Estate.