Papaya Verte is run by self-trained chef Jaki Clibbon, an orphan of Vietnam who grew up in Melbourne, Australia and is rediscovering traditional Vietnamese flavours through travel, friendship and a little bit of trial-and-error.

Using the outdoor "camp kitchen" at Moat Island Glamping, Jaki will prepare a 3-dish Vietnamese meal for all to enjoy. With the rustic flavours from the wood smoke and improvised cooking style, this is an event to be enjoyed more casually.

Diners will arrive for 7:30pm and sit around a campfire while the meal is being finalised in front of them.  BYO drinks, but cups, plates and utensils will be provided.  Alcohol is permitted, but you must be 18+ to consume on site.

- COVID-19 protocols will be in place to ensure minimum contact with individuals outside of your party.  Each diner will be given their own set of utensils, which will be sanitised prior to use.  Hand sanitiser and washing up facilities will be available. 

- This event is completely outdoors and open-air cover will be provided in case of inclement weather.  Please dress for the elements and wear suitable footwear for uneven ground.

- The price includes a donation to War Child UK, a charity providing safety, education and livelihoods to children in conflict areas around the world.

A list of allergens will be provided for all recipes, but please note any food allergies (including nuts, shellfish, wheat, gluten, soy and legumes) or dietary preferences at the time of booking.