Durbanville Hills Restaurant winter special

Two course meal for R175 pp at Durbanville Hills Restaurant

The Durbanville Hills Restaurant is offering a two course winter dinner for R175 per person on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 5pm onwards.

Located in the Durbanville Valley, the restaurant is known for its breath-taking views of Table Mountain and its award-winning wines.

Chef Louisa Greeff heads the kitchen and according to South African food and wine commentator, Michael Olivier, her winter menu can be described as “simple yet bold”.

Guests will be warmly greeted with an assorted glass of Durbanville Hills wine, as well as homemade butter and bread.

For the main meal, guests can expect delicious comfort food, such as lamb shanks or grilled beef fillet. And dessert may include the likes of orange and brandy sponge pudding or berry rice pudding brúlée.

The menu changes from day to day and guests are encouraged to book their seats in advance to avoid disappointment (021 558 1337).

Upon booking, guests can request information on the exact menu of their chosen evening.

The special is only valid during July and August.




Starts: 1 July 2017
 

Ends: 31 August 2017
 

https://www.durbanvillehills.co.za/our-restaurant/
 
 

Terms and conditions apply. 

 

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