Tobago Valentine’s Picnic at the Radisson

Tobago’s Restaurant at The Radisson offers delicious local and international cuisine and a wide selection of South African wines. This venue also happens to be a stunning setting for Valentine’s Day, which is just around the corner.

Valentine’s Day at Tobago’s for only R745 per couple

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront invites you and your loved one to relax with a gourmet Valentines picnic hamper set on their lawn overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy a selection of delicacies and romantic treats curated by Executive Chef Norman Heath, whilst soaking up the sunset and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean.

At a cost of R745 per couple, the romantic tone will be set as you are greeted with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival.

Once you and your partner are settled comfortably on your blanket overlooking the sea, you can dip into the treats in store. Start with a pearl barley garden salad, a selection of hams, smoked duck with mustard and homemade pickles. Enjoy the beautiful scenery while you linger with a selection of snacks such as peppadew cream cheese, roast onion pate, biltong pate and farm style bread.

A light Franschhoek trout salad with honey mustard dressing sets the scene for some serious dining on Moroccan spiced lamb kebabs with black garlic aioli, beef fillet, bacon with smoked maple syrup glaze. Finish with irresistible sticky pork rib and Asian style chicken wings.

For dessert, you’ll enjoy a selection of cheeses, honey comb, preserves and biscuits, strawberries, whipped cream and salted caramel dipping sauce. And last but not least, dark chocolate, rocky road chocolate brownie with toasted hazelnuts and candied banana.

A bottle of Protea Wine by Anthonij Rupert is also served for your enjoyment, this can be selected at the time of booking.

 

Valentine’s Day Picnic at Tobago’s

BOOK YOUR PICNIC SPOT NOW

T +27 (0)21 441 3000    capetown.foodandbeverage@radissonblu.com

Tobago’s Restaurant Address
Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront
Beach Road
Granger Bay
8002
021 441 3000

 

Written by Kayli Vee

Copywriter at an ad agency and co-owner of the Foodblog Group. I heart oysters, gin and tonic, biltong and clever advertising.

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