It’s almost time to celebrate the fathers in your life and The Red Table restaurant at Nederburg in Paarl is putting on a man feast of note, with a hearty winter meal planned for Father’s Day on Sunday, 17 June.
Treat dad to a delicious three-course lunch, offered at R380 per person (wine and service charge excluded). This super-tasty man-menu, conceived by chef Edmore Ruzoza, features a starter of Thai green curry prawns served with a dill and fennel fishcake, or a roasted tomato tart with goat’s cheese, wholegrain mustard and balsamic onions.
The main course selection offers a choice between AAA-grade T-bone steak served with a porcini mushroom sauce, Parmesan pomme purée and roasted winter vegetables; baked line fish with roasted fennel sauce, vine tomatoes, broccoli and red onions; or confit butternut with smoked tomato curry, baby beetroot and a papadum.
For dessert, select between chocolate and noble late harvest mousse with vanilla carrot sponge and black cherries; or Cape brandy pudding with butterscotch and Amarula custard.
Add some spectacular wines from Nederburg’s extensive and award-winning wine selection, including The Winemasters, Heritage Heroes, Ingenuity and Two Centuries collections to toast dad. Some of these are offered by the glass, and the entire range is available by the bottle. The restaurant’s wine steward, Ramzy Mahlangu, will be close by to tell you more about the wines, and help with any pairing suggestions.
To top it off, every dad will be treated to a surprise gift from Nederburg.
Lunch will be served from 12:00.
For bookings, which are essential, and queries, please call 021 877 5155, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vegetarians and those with special dietary needs can be accommodated. Kids are also catered for.
Whilst at Nederburg, take the opportunity to visit the winery’s modern and comfortable Visitors’ Centre. Here you can taste its multi-tiered range of award-winning wines. Or pre-book a tour to immerse yourself in Nederburg’s rich and proud history that dates back to 1791, when Philippus Wolvaart settled here to build a life and a home. The Old Cellar Museum tells the story in wonderful artefacts and pictures.
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