Restaurant Week commenced around the country on 1 April, and despite its name, runs for the whole month of April. Restaurants offer two or three course Lunch and/or Dinner set menus with options at a slightly discounted rate, allowing restaurant lovers to return to their favourite restaurants, to try new restaurants, or to visit restaurants that one has not visited before.a
A German swallow friend Annette Krueck had just arrived in Cape Town in the first week of April, and so I looked for a restaurant that was new to her to try, she being a restaurant lover too. As it was the first weekend of the Restaurant Week, the majority of the 47 Cape Town based restaurants were booked out already. All that was available for the Saturday evening were some brand new restaurants….. and surprisingly Grand Pavilion in Sea Point, a restaurant that I had eaten Lunch at after it opened a year ago, Service having been a problem then already. Continue reading →
Restaurant Week launched on 1 April, and despite its name, it runs for the full month.
Anatoli Mediterranean Restaurant is one of the 46 Cape Town restaurants participating in the restaurant promotion, offering a three-course dinner for R325, during April.
Restaurant Week is offered twice a year, for a month at a time. It is an excellent opportunity for locals as well as tourists to try restaurants they have not been to before, at a special set menu price. More than 100 restaurants around the country participate. Two-and three-course lunches and dinners are offered.
#grateful for a wonderful day, dominated by my disbelief and shock in receiving a message that my new client wanted my bank details, not just to pay me for the month ahead but for six months, not my payment terms at all, and not having started doing any work, but deeply grateful for the trust and generosity it reflects 🥲💙; for a very windy all-day South Easter Day, still blowing a storm, even in Sea Point; for posting for my clients; for a walk to the Hussar Grill parking area, to meet St Cyprians Continue reading →
#grateful for a full busy day at Botlierskop, with a very early start at 6h00, surviving on 3 hours of sleep, going on a 4 hour game drive on the 5000 ha private game reserve, seeing springboks, impala, bontebok, waterbok, zebras, rhinos, eland, ostriches ….. but the lions were hiding; for a refreshment stop with hot chocolate and Amarula and rusks 💙; for surviving the game drive, feeling nauseous and fearful, it feeling like turbulence, driving in a 4 wheel drive vehicle on rough terrain, our driver Continue reading →