Chef Kerry Kilpin has prepared a hearty 3-course dinner to be savoured with a variety of Steenberg red wines.
For starters there is creamy corn & coriander soup, onion crisps served with crusty homemade bread and spicy humus. For the main course, Chef Kerry has chosen her rich and hearty slow braised pork belly served with broccoli & roast garlic risotto, lemon jus, sweet glazed carrots, toasted sunflower seeds and pan-fried vegetables. The dark chocolate nemesis of Caramélia mousse, white chocolate crémeux, bitter chocolate, cocoa crunch and crème fraîche ice cream is absolute indulgence.
The cost of the Red Wine Rendezvous is R395 per person and includes the 3-course dinner and the wines. A complimentary welcome drink will be served upon arrival at 18h30. To book, call on 021 713 2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next two Bistro Sixteen82 Red Wine Rendezvous will take place on Thursday, 27 June and Thursday, 29 August.
For more information visit www.steenbergfarm.com/bistro1682 and follow @bistro1682 on Twitter, or Steenberg Farm on Instagram and Facebook.
: MyPR Alan Straton
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