Showcasing all the Auckland food scene has to offer, The Cult Project is one of Auckland's most elusive but phenomenal pop-up restaurants of its time.
Influenced by cultural heritage and inspired by their surroundings, the team at The Cult Project produce brilliance with each pop-up hosted. Created by chefs William Cook and Carlos Buenaventura, past events have seen crossover magic happen with Culprit., Gemmayze Street, and Wellington's Shepherd Restaurant.
Just our luck, they're hosting a pop-up this very week. Grab the last remaining tickets for The Cult Project's pop-up on July 25th in collaboration with Ozone Coffee Roasters, one of the country's most beloved coffee suppliers.
CULT PROJECT X OZONE COFFEE takes place this Saturday at Ozone Coffee's Grey Lynn venue. For just $90 per person, you'll get to experience The Cult Project's ingenious showcase of southern Filipino SuTuKil flavours through their world-class menu and service. Complemented with New Zealand wines, which are included in your ticket.
In true Filipino style, the evening will be set up in an approachable manner with sharing plates and optional cutlery to really digest the culture. This is a "No Forks Given" event.
Ozone Coffee describes the night as "an evening of community and food as a way to re-connect post lockdown," a mid-winter dining experience to remember.
You'll be meeting new foodies from the community, as well as the very lucky opportunity to experience The Cult Project on a night that is especially personal to the project. Tickets are available now, but get in quick as they're limited and selling fast.
What: Infamous pop-up restaurant The Cult Project will be hosting a collaboration with Ozone Coffee Roasters
Where: Ozone Coffee Roasters, 18 Westmoreland Street West, Grey Lynn
When: Saturday 25th July, 6pm