It Takes Two Valentines Dinner

Enjoy a romantic dinner for 2 this Valentine’s with Arabella Hotel’s “It takes Two Valentine’s Dinner” at their famous Jamani Restaurant.

R700 per couple or R950 per couple including wine

Sharing Platter
– Honey roasted figs and goats cheese
– Thyme baked camembert stuffed with chives and drizzled honey, chopped walnuts orange zest and crusty baguette.
– Oyster Rockefeller 3-ways
– Gazpacho shot

Interlude
– Strawberry and lemon-lime sorbet

Main Attraction
Seabass – poached in lemongrass broth with noodles
OR
Pomegranate Molasses Duck Confit – Honey roasted baby carrots with pomegranate and pistachios, served on creamy truffle mashed potatoes
OR
Grass fed Beef Brisket – Mediterranean herb crusted Overberg brisket with balsamic glazed pearl onions and roasted vine tomatoes, served on fynbos quinoa
OR
Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers – Charred bell peppers with pea and mushroom risotto

Sweet Endings
Red Velvet Fondant – cream cheese ice cream and Turkish delight petals
OR
Raspberry Kisses – raspberry candyfloss cheese cake, raspberry sorbet, chocolate soil and crushed pink rock salt candy
OR
Naughty & Nice – Dark chocolate mousse on white chocolate lace, served with Kahlua black cherries

Booking essential – call +27 (0) 38 284 0000 or email [email protected]
Terms and conditions apply

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