As autumn slowly arrives in the Cape Winelands, Paarl is pulling out all the stops to entice visitors with a varied option of great food and wine offerings. Ranging from bistro-style dining to continentally themed dinners or fun trivia evenings, visitors can expect an awesome autumn in picture perfect Paarl.
Bike Lovers Breakfast at Bon Louis Family Bistro
Bon Louis is offering a fantastic daily breakfast special for all the committed cyclists! For only R50, the menu includes two eggs, two rashers of bacon, two slices of toast and fried tomato, as well as a complimentary cup of coffee. Just show up in cycling gear to qualify for this great offer!
For more information contact +27 (0)21 879 1901 or visit our website at www.bonlouis.co.za.
2-for-1 Wednesday Dinner Special at Bon Louis Family Bistro
Every Wednesday l 17h00 and 20h00
Join Bon Louis Family Bistro every Wednesday 17h00 and 20h00 to take advantage of the 2-FOR-1 DINNER SPECIAL! For R100, order BBQ Flamed Grilled Ribs, Chicken Schnitzel or Burger and receive one of the above, totally FREE! There is also a delicious dessert special. Top off your meal with a delicious milk tart ice cream or our Bon Louis crêpe for only R30 each!
Booking is essential! To secure your reservation, contact +27 (0) 21 879 1901 or visit our website at www.bonlouis.co.za. We can’t wait to see you there!
*No sharing, takeaways, additions or changes are permitted.
Friday Wine Trivia Evenings at L’Huguenot Venue & Vinoteque
3, 17, 31 May 2019 l 17h30 – 18h30
Become wine-wise in a fun way at L’Huguenot Cellar’s Friday Wine Trivia Evenings. Learn more about wine, while socialising and having fun with fellow wine lovers. Laugh and learn about the origins, facts, people and anecdotes that make SA’s wines famous. Friday Wine Trivia Evenings focus on knowledge that is practical, hands-on and designed to build a foundation for future exploration hosted by international wine educator Elizma Venter.
Complete the fun and games with a glass of wine, stock up your cellar or savour our selection of pizza`s, cheese platters and salads on the night.
Pricing: R130 per person per evening (includes a complimentary glass of wine).
Should you wish to book for all six trivia events, you only pay R120 per evening. Sessions are open to all, but limited to 50 seats.
If you buy a case of wine or more on the night, you will also receive a 5% discount on your purchase.
To book your trivia night in advance, please send your reservation to firstname.lastname@example.org or to call +27 (0) 21 876 8847 for more information.
Winter Red Wine Discount at Landskroon Wines
Every Friday during May, June and July 2019.
Winter is coming and according to weather predictions, it’s going to be a cold and wet one. But Landskroon Wines boast with five generations of red wine masters and will be there to make sure that your cellar is stocked with award-winning wines for the winter!
If your red wine cellar is starting to look depleted, just dial Landskroon’s RED WINE HOTLINE. If you place an order on Fridays, you will get 15% off the Landskroon range of popular reds: Landskroon Merlot, Landskroon Shiraz, Landskroon Pinotage, Landskroon Cabernet Sauvignon. Put together a case or two with a mix that suits your red wine taste buds.
The helpline is available every Friday during May, June and July 2019 at +27 (0) 83 390 7588 for more information.
Goatshed Homtini Italian Dinner at Fairview Wine and Cheese
24 May 2019 l 18h30 – 22h00
Siamo tornati signore e signori!
The annual Goatshed Dinners return on the 24th of May with the Homtini Italian Dinner!
A four-course menu brimming with flavours from all corners of the Boot, expertly constructed by Goatshed Chef SJ Nel. If that’s not enough, between courses you’ll be transported to the city of Naples, the birthplace of pizza, by trying your hand at being a real pizzaiolo at our wood-fired pizza oven station!
Homtini translates as a ‘difficult passage’ in the long-forgotten Khoi language. The Homtini pass, near Knysna, winds its way through indigenous forests. This was once the home of our winemaker Anthony de Jager’s Italian ancestors, the Rabbolinis, who were silk farmers from Northern Italy. They immigrated to South Africa under the misconception that mulberry trees grew in abundance. On arrival, they discovered that no mulberry trees existed, but through tenacity and hard work, they tamed the land and ultimately prospered in other trades, including wine making.
The wine is a Tuscan-style blend of Italian variety Sangiovese, integrated with a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The wine is crafted to go perfectly with Italian-style dishes, such as tomato-based sauces, breads and cheese.
M E N U
- ANTIPASTI •
Selection of cured meats (Mortadella, Salami, Coppa)
Freshly baked breads (Ciabatta, Focaccia)
Mozzarella, tomato & herb pesto salad
Goats’ cheese & caramelized onion bruschetta
Fegato d’anatra (duck liver) pâté
Pork, fennel & sage
- PRIMI •
Creamy mushroom ragout with fresh Casarecce pasta
- SECONDI •
Beef Brasato with Lowerland polenta & Mediterranean garnish
(Beef shin & oxtail braised in red wine served on Lowerland polenta)
- DOLCE •
Chocolate Amaretti cake
Cost R325 per person.
Join us for an Italian celebration in the Winelands!