Tantalise Dad's taste buds at Durbanville Hills Wines
Jun 4th 2012, 08:33
As the saying goes, the way to a manâ€™s heart is through his stomach, and Dads are no exception. Make this Fatherâ€™s Day a memorable occasion and gather family and friends for a feast fit for a king at The Eatery at Durbanville Hills Wines.
Thereâ€™s much to look forward to. Ease into a buffet-lunch with a delicious glass of Durbanville Hills Bastion on arrival, matched with a biltong and blue cheese soup or tomato, olive and basil tart. For the main course choose from hearty garlic and rosemary leg of lamb, short ribs braised in red wine and chicken roasted with red onions and thyme. Side dishes include creamy spinach and feta potato bake, Spanish wild rice and roasted seasonal vegetables. End the afternoon on a sinful note by indulging in brandy tart or crĂ¨me brĂ»lĂ©e.
Durbanville Hillsâ€™ wines will be on sale.
Date: Sunday, 17 June
Place: The Eatery at Durbanville Hills, Tygerberg Road (M13)
Time: 12.00 to 15.00
Cost: R169 per person (includes a glass of the 2010 Durbanville Hills Bastion on arrival, lunch and a gift for dad). Kids under 12 pay R89 for lunch.
Booking is essential and can be made by phoning 021 558 1337 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here for more information on Durbanville Hills
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