Spoil Dad on a sparkling Fatherâ€™s Day at The House of J.C. Le Roux
May 31st 2012, 10:19
Treat Dad to a delicious taste of Le Good Life with a hearty Fatherâ€™s Day lunch at Seasons Restaurant at The House of J.C. Le Roux in the picturesque Devon Valley outside Stellenbosch on Sunday, 17 June. The J.C. Le Roux team will make him feel like the king of the castle with a wide selection of his favourite dishes to tuck into, best enjoyed with uplifting J.C. Le Roux Cap Classsique and sparkling wines.
All dads will be welcomed with a savoury treat and a complimentary glass of bubbly before tucking into a variety of mouth-watering starters and hearty mains such as juicy lamb roast, succulent oxtail and mixed Mediterranean vegetables. The dessert selection includes extra indulgent Banoffie pie and apple and chocolate crumble.
To add to the dayâ€™s celebration, Devon Valley Hotel will add a lucky draw for dads, with a prize of one nightâ€™s stay at this winelands country hotel.
The Fatherâ€™s Day buffet lunch at Seasons Restaurant costs R165 per person and will be served from 12h30 until 15h00. Call Claudine on Tel: 021 865 8222 for bookings.
The House of J.C. Le Roux is open seven days a week. Seasons at J.C. Le Roux is open from 09h30 till 15h00 with breakfast served between 09h30 and 11h30 and lunch from 12h00 till 14h00. To reserve your table or for information on cellar tours and tastings, call 021-865 8200 or visit www.jcleroux.co.za. Click here for more information on J.C. le Roux
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