RESTAURANT WEEK 2015


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DATES CONFIRMED
FOR SA’S MOST RESTAURANT WEEK 2015

CULINARY WEEK OF THE YEAR:
20 OCTOBER – 1 NOVEMBER 2015

The international culinary event Restaurant Week has just released its dates for South Africa: from 22 October until 1 November 2015, South African foodies will again have a full week to indulge in the special offering of SA’s best restaurants, at a great price.
Preparations are in full swing and kitchens are buzzing. Top chefs throughout the country are busy pre- paring a special menu, so they can show what they’ve got during Restaurant Week – the most festive and culinary week of the year.

It gives diners the opportunity to try out SA’s best restaurants at a great price: only R95 for a 2-course lunch menu and R175 for a 3-course dinner menu. But for those who are keen to go out and explore what’s on offer, it’s preparation time too. As participating restaurants will only make a limited number of seats available per day, one will need to book their seats online, and most importantly: in time. For the 2015 edition, booking starts on Thursday 1 October at 10 AM sharp, on www.restaurantweek.co.za.

International success
Restaurant Week has been a success in the US, Europe and Asia for many years. Since its launch in South Africa two years ago, it has proven to also excite South African foodies. Many have already enjoyed a Restaurant Week dining experience at one (or more!) of the country’s most popular restaurants in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and the Winelands.
In the following weeks, the participating restaurants for the 2015 edition will be announced through social media. Enthusiasts can register as a VIP on www.restaurantweek.co.za to ensure timely notifications about promotions and extra’s, like priority access to the booking system. Restaurants can still sign on for participation.

For more information about Restaurant Week 2015:
www.restaurantweek.co.za
www.facebook.com/RestaurantWeekSouthAfrica
www.twitter.com/RestWeekSA

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