Welcome to The Wilder Kitchen
Here at The Wilder Kitchen, we use our culinary experiences from around the world to constantly explore the connection between food, fire and nature with an ethos on supporting small, local businesses and suppliers. Sustainability is at heart of the project and our dishes are inspired by local producers, foragers and the seasons.
The experiences we create, which take place throughout the Outer Hebrides, mainland Scotland and increasingly across England and Wales, revolve around the ingredients we can source locally, inspiring a mindset that aligns with small scale, local businesses and suppliers and creating an ethos that celebrates sustainability and the pleasures of cooking and eating outside.
Supper clubs, workshops & collaborations
Cooking with fire allows you an insight into the dialogue of the wilderness and a glimpse into our primal history. Outside, cooking is reinvigorated, reimagined and returned to its most natural state, where ingredients are married to the burning embers, completing a process that traces back thousands of years.
We are always looking to share this passion for food, fire and good produce. If you would like to inquire about private dining or hosting us for events or supper clubs then get in touch at email@example.com
Wild Kabn Kitchen
Spring 2023, Ardkinglas Estate, Scotland
An organic and sustainable outdoor experience just 1 hour drive from Glasgow and 2 hours from Edinburgh.
Explore the connection between food, fire and nature in beautiful locations around Ardkinglas Estate, Loch Fyne.
An unforgettable multi course culinary journey, featuring the finest, Scottish ingredients cooked over the burning embers.
Stay the night, with pitches for tents included or stay at one of the beautiful cabins with the Kabn Company, just a 20 minute walk from the estate.
Paul Little Photography
@paullittlephotography on Instagram
Paul is the main man behind the lens and captures the moments spent amoungst the wilderness perfectly. Being one of the most elusive photographers in the Outer Hebrides, Paul is always looking to collaborate with whomever is willing to embrace the wild landscapes of Scotland with him. Click the link and explore his profile.