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New Gypsy Table with a Taste of the Caribbean: Dubrovnik Hosts Most Famous International Caribbean Cuisine Chefs

New Gypsy table in June

If you are a fan of top class food spiced with a good deal of exoticism and surprise, Gypsy Table will sweep you off your feet.

Following the Zagreb edition in December last year, the famous ‘travelling’ gourmet event Gypsy Table is back on Friday, 9 June, in Dubrovnik. This time, Gypsy Table has invited chefs from Miami and Barcelona to take you on a trip to the Caribbean along with a team of Croatian chefs.

If you are a fan of top class food spiced with a good deal of exoticism and surprise, unusual settings and one-of-a-kind dinner parties, Gypsy Table will simply sweep you off your feet. The event venue is always kept secret, but never ordinary – the locations are always special and a bit unexpected.

Next to the choice of venue, equal attention is always paid to the menu and the same dish never appears twice. Also, every Gypsy Table takes place under a new theme and with new visiting chefs. One thing is for sure, this table is never short on surprises.

Next to the choice of venue, equal attention is always paid to the menu and the same dish never appears twice. Also, every Gypsy Table takes place under a new theme and with new visiting chefs. One thing is for sure, this table is never short on surprises.

Next to the choice of venue, equal attention is always paid to the menu and the same dish never appears twice. Also, every Gypsy Table takes place under a new theme and with new visiting chefs. One thing is for sure, this table is never short on surprises.

Next to Richard Gruica, the founder, manager and one of Gypsy Table’s lead chefs, born in Jamaica and specialising in Caribbean/fusion cuisine, this time the gypsy table will feature a vision of Caribbean tastes created by Cindy Hutson from Miami, one of the finest global Carribean cuisine chefs. Hutson owns several restaurants, often appearing on the best restaurants lists, and has designed many award-winning concepts in the USA, hailed by the renowned global magazines such as The New York Times, London Times, Esquire, Condé Nast Traveller and Chef Magazine.

Hutson owns several restaurants, often appearing on the best restaurants lists, and has designed many award-winning concepts in the USA, hailed by the renowned global magazines such as The New York Times, London Times, Esquire, Condé Nast Traveller and Chef Magazine.

They will be joined by Joel Serra, one of the biggest influencers on the global gourmet scene, the founder of the Papa Serra Culinary Adventures project, designing gourmet experiences across Barcelona and globally for many years, opening dinner clubs, collaborating on spectacular pop-up dining tours and exciting culinary adventures. They will be joined by the well-known duo Damir Šarić and Lucija Tomašić. But that’s not all – a surprise chef is also planned.

In designing the menus for the Dubrovnik Caribbean-themed edition, Gypsy Table will focus on the idea of new and different tastes connecting Croatia with this faraway archipelago, making this a unique opportunity to taste the Caribbean cuisine pepped up with Croatian products. The guests will be offered a multi-course dinner, with an array of craft beer made by Dubrovačka pivovara, cocktails, music and – of course – a unique setting. After the dinner, the hangout will continue at another secret and magnificent venue in Dubrovnik.

Gypsy Table is a charity event and a percentage of the revenue is always donated. This time the donation will be made to the Gynaecology and Obstetrics Ward of the Dubrovnik General Hospital.

All you need to take part in this unique gourmet event is to book your seat and don a tropical outfit. Tickets are available at www.gypsytable.eventbrite.com at a price of 75 EUR per person (or 140 EUR for two people). The number of tickets is limited and the Gypsy Table team recommend that you book your seat in advance, as all the previous events were sold out.

More information about the Gypsy Table concept can be found here: www.gypsytable.com

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