Come to the Jungle

Join us for ‘Camillo’s Jungle Dinners’ in the exhibition ‘Not Only Monkeys’

A beautifully set dinner table placed right in the exhibition, with lovely and colorful food, delicious wines, guided walks in the exhibition – and with the artist present surrounded by sweet guests.

The Jungle Dinners are a vital part of ‘Not Only Monkeys’, a solo exhibition by Elisabeth Ehmann at Kühlhaus Berlin, March 24 – April 9, 2023

Camillo’s Jungle Dinner in Kühlhaus Berlin – photo by Helle Marietta


Behind the Jungle Dinners you find Camillo’s Kitchen – a lively food concept, doing pop-up dinners in Berlin, Copenhagen, Bogota, Bern, Verona and other awesome places, we also run a summer restaurant in Denmark. We offer cozy, relaxed social dining – and create cookbooks – around the topic “food that makes people talk to each other”. 

Last three dinner dates; 31/3, 1/4 and 7/4 2023 – all evenings at 7pm.

Jungle Dinners; 5 playful & tasty servings, welcome drink, and a guided walk in the exhibition: 70€.

The Mediterranean- and Jungle-inspired soul food menu takes you on a little journey. You will bec served a fixed menu with a mix of sharing plates and individual platters with vegetables, fruits and salads, salsas, pestos, herbs, and fish and meat. As a sweet finale you will of course be offered a delicious banana cake and coffee.

Pescetarian/vegetarian option available on request, please let us know the day before.

You will find a fine bar with curated wines and non-alcoholic alternatives.

The dinners takes place at Kühlhaus Berlin, Luckenwalder Str. 3, 10963 Berlin

Book your seat at, +45 40636899 (DK) or +49 170 2307910 (DE)

Table ready for guests – photo by Jorgen Smidstrup
The dinner table in the exhibition “Not Only Monkeys“. Photo by Maria Del Pilar Garcia Ayensa


The exhibition “Not Only Monkeys“: Covering more than 600 square metres, Elisabeth Ehmann’s cosmos of animals, faces, and kaleidoscopic landscapes comprises around 30 sculptures, collages, and installation elements. Though the show’s catchy aesthetic might seem harmless at first, it takes viewers on a journey through the history of images and shows us how our ways of seeing have been conditioned along the way.

Fin more info at

The Camillo’s Jungle Dinner poster – design by Lower East Design
Camillo talking & cooking – photo by Malthe Ivarsson
Marietta taking care of the guests – photo by Malthe Ivarsson

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