Arabella Hotel Christmas Eve Set Menu

Take the stress out of the festive season and spoil yourself with a Christmas Eve Set Menu at Arabella Hotel. The menu includes:

AMUSE BOUCHE

  • Black sesame macaroon – truffled chicken liver mousse, macerated heirloom tomatoes, rhubarb consomne and a goats cheese crumble

SEAFOOD ENTREE

  • Fynbos Gin and Beetroot cured Salmon – smoked labneh, pickled cucumber, blood orange and passion fruit

PALATE CLEANSER

  • Citrus & Vanilla Martini Fizz

MAIN COURSE

  • Fynbos Honey & Orange Roasted Duck Breast – Chinese pearl barley with Parmigiano, candied citrus, miso roasted figs and duck jus
  • Herb crusted Karoo Lamb Loin – pomegranate and mint, textures of pumpkin, tempura baby spinach and honey bush infused jus

DESSERT

  • Bo-Kaap Malay Koeksister – chocolate soil, ginger bread pannacottta, java creme patisserie, chai latte ice-cream, pistachio and citrus

Booking is essential – please call +27 (0) 28 284 0000 or email [email protected]

T&C’s – Pre-payment required to confirm bookings. Cancellation policy applies. Seating from 7pm on 24 December 2019. Vegetarian options catered for on request. Kosher and Halaal options are available on request, and subject to surcharges.Children 0 – 4years are free, 4-12years half price, 13 years full price.

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