CHEF MILDA DEALE BRINGS HER FARM-TO-TABLE EXPERTISE TO FUTURE FOUND SANCTUARY, INFUSING SIGNATURE FRAGRANCES INTO CURATED SENSORY EXPERIENCES. THUS, NEWMARK HOTELS & RESERVES CONTINUES TO OFFER AUTHENTIC AND MEMORABLE STAYS ACROSS AFRIC.
In a culinary coup, Future Found Sanctuary by Newmark has appointed Chef Milda Deale as its new Head Chef. Raised on a Karoo farm, Chef Milda’s roots in wholesome, farm-to-table cuisine make her a perfect fit for the sanctuary.
Chef Milda Deale’s Culinary Journey Unveiled
Chef Milda’s culinary journey began as a stay-at-home mom, driven by a passion inspired by her late father’s inventive dishes. Her expertise flourished at Zorgvliet Wine Estate, later extending to her own ventures like Digger’s Home and Botanicum Restaurant.
The Draw to Future Found Sanctuary
Enchanted by the sanctuary’s wellness and food philosophies, Chef Milda feels a profound connection. Moreover, her joy stems from creating nutritious family-style meals, utilizing the property’s vast veggie garden and Hout Bay Harbour for fresh ingredients, providing guests with a memorable dining experience.
Chef Milda’s Vision for the Sanctuary
Chef Milda aims to enhance the sanctuary’s food philosophy, infusing its signature fragrances into curated sensory experiences. As a self-taught chef, she is keen on staff training, especially for those without formal culinary education. Her focus is on fostering a culture of respect and changing the industry’s working conditions.
About Newmark Hotels & Reserves
Established in 2007, Newmark Hotels & Reserves beckons travelers into a realm of authentic experiences. This hospitality management company, rooted in Cape Town, boasts a diverse portfolio featuring boutique luxury hotels, safari lodges, and blissful island getaways. From the iconic V&A Waterfront in Cape Town to the vast Kruger National Park, Newmark offers a curated collection of accommodations that immerse guests in the beauty, culture, and conservation principles of their surroundings. As the company expands its footprint throughout Africa, it continues to be a curator of occasions that excite, serve, soothe, and authentically care for its guests.