ADVERTORIAL The heart of flavour at Butlers

2017-02-07 06:02
Waitresses Lungile Radebe and Sphelele Mntakwende welcome you with a smile to Butlers Restaurant and event venue.

Waitresses Lungile Radebe and Sphelele Mntakwende welcome you with a smile to Butlers Restaurant and event venue.

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SPICE up your Valentine’s Day this year with a celebration of the senses at Butlers Restaurant.

With a tantalising menu geared towards your love of food, family and fiery romance, let us serve you a feast of flavour on your special night.

Our chef-patron, Deon Kemp, has designed a series of specialist dishes that will get your mouth watering and your stomach howling for more.

Kick-start your night with a little heat and try our ocean-fresh spiced prawns. Served with an avocado mousse and pineapple salsa, let the delicate flavours dance like a ballet against your palate.

Meet your perfect match with our prize-winning beef fillet medallions, grilled to your liking, accompanied by Dauphinoise potato, pearl onions and a delectable Truffle Hollandaise found only at Butlers.

There are plenty of fish in the sea, but only one you will fall head over heels in love with as you dive into our olive-and-parsley-crusted kingklip, served with braised lentils, sautéed leeks and our chef’s special, pea emulsion, caviar and fennel fumet.

Show off your sweet side and indulge your partner with our choice of gourmet desserts, including a heavenly vanilla bean crème brûlée, paired with summer berries, almond Biscotti and a delicious berry meringue.

Nothing spells romance like chocolate, and our white chocolate-and-citrus parfait will leave you breathless as the mango gel and minted fruit salsa elevate your taste buds. Be serenaded by the ambient melodies of our string quartet as your breathe in the scent of love in the aromatic air. Book a date with us on our first Valentine’s Day and enjoy an evening of phenomenal food, the finest wines and champagnes South Africa has to offer and service second-to-none, as you fall in love all over again. - Supplied.

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