Enjoy date night on Tuesdays with HQ

For only R280 you and your significant other will be treated to sirloin steaks served with Café de Paris butter, a side portion of chips, starter portion of salad and glass of Wolftrap red wine at HQ. Enjoy this delicious meal in a cosy, comfortable and romantic environment.

This is a sit down only special and is valid on Tuesdays on. This space fills up quickly so bookings are essential.

The price excludes gratuity.

 




http://www.hqrestaurant.co.za/
 
 

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