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Monday Dinner: authentic Italian
Massimo’s Hout Bay
A small pocket of Italy, with the most heavenly pizzas! Our favourite is the Italiana – mozzarella, parmesan, fennel and spicey Italian sausage. Enjoy 33% off pizza and pasta dishes on Monday and Tuesday evenings, T&C’s apply.
Tuesday Dinner: casual French
The Food Barn, Noordhoek
A Cape Town institution where Chef Franck Dangereux continues to provide delicious and decadent meals in the heart of Noordhoek Village. The menu features dishes such as Abalobi sustainable fish with yellow dahl and coconut velouté or Braised kudu raviole, baby carrots, merlot & herb butter. 2 course dinners from R235 pp
Wednesday Dinner: tapas and wine
Bistro sixteen82 at Steenberg
Grab a light meal of sharing plates at Chef Kerry Kilpin’s delightful bistro on the Steenberg Estate. Fresh, bright flavours shine through on each dish, such as the Marinated Squid Salad or “Patatas Bravas”. Share 5 plates at R325 per couple
Thursday Dinner: Asian fusion feast
Cheyne’s Hout Bay
One of Cape Town’s best kept secrets. Rich, luscious asian flavours lead the way at Cheyne’s – perfect for chilly winter evenings! 4 dishes dinner menu starts at R280 pp
Friday Dinner: seafood and sundowners
Harbour House Kalk Bay
Look out over the ocean at Kalk Bay, and enjoy a memorable 2 course dinner from R225 pp. Ossobuco Gremolata with polenta is the ideal winter meal, while enjoying a glass of red wine.
Saturday Dinner: Italian comfort food
Blanko at The Alphen
Blanko restaurant features a sequence of welcoming, warm rooms and some of the best service in the area. The menu features strong italian influences, as well as some lighter grill options. Ask your waiter for a wine recommendation, the list features some great value glasses.
Sunday Dinner: bistro fine dining
End your week with something a little special. Sunday Supper Club menu for R375 pp features four courses of beautiful and delicious food and a complimentary welcome drink – Blaauwklippen gin & tonic, a glass of sparkling wine or a craft beer on tap.
Details correct at time of publication. Please contact the restaurants directly to confirm terms and conditions of any special offers.
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