Definition from the Oxford Dictionary:
1. The place of origin or earliest known history of something
1.1 The beginning of something's existence; something's origin. ‘They try to understand the whole universe, its provenance and fate’
1.2 Count noun: A record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality. ‘The manuscript has a distinguished provenance’
Late 18th century: from French, from the verb provenir ‘come or stem from’, from Latin provenire, from pro- ‘forth’ + venire ‘come’.
At McKenzie's Restaurant as we enter our third year, we have decided to let people know that we are a trul fresh kitchen, which means we care and create all our own sauces and dishes fromn base ingredients. Fresh is what we do and food source is important. We have a zero Palm Oil menu, which is strictly enforced, as those out there love to use it as a bulking agent. We collaborate with local farmers where possible to reduce food miles and have switched to local suppliers where we believe value is added and they share our values, which allows for a partnership. We are in this together.
So, when you arrive into McKenzie's Restaurant please find the time to relax and enjoy this wonderful space and be, knowing that your meal has been prepared where ever with locally sourced and well being of the livestock is taken into account.