Tapas at Rick's Café

Join Rick’s Café for a tapas platter available for only R160. This consists of lamb kofte, Moroccan chicken and prawn skewers, Spanish meatballs, sautéed Calamari, chili-poppers, humus, peppadew dip and tzatziki with warm pita bread.

During happy hour (between 15:00 and 19:00) you will also receive a 500ml carafe of red or White house win with the platter for free.




http://rickscafe.co.za/
 
 

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