With winter officially over, Abalone House and Saffron Restaurant is welcoming back the sunshine with a new and enticing dining option for guests: interactive, fully-catered, classic West-Coast braais.
Hosted in the conservatory garden setting of the cosy Orchid Room, the designer braais are informal yet still offer the sumptuous cuisine for which Saffron Restaurant is renowned. Comfortably seated around the roaring fire, guests enjoy an interactive experience as the chef prepares their meal before them – chatting as he works. It’s as close as you get to being ‘in the kitchen’ without leaving your table.
An extensive menu is offered too, catering for seafood lovers and those who prefer Angus beef steak. When available, traditional West Coast favourites like crayfish and snoek, hottentot fish and fresh mussels are all on offer, accompanied by fire-baked potbrood or roosterkoek, along with roasted vegetables and baked potatoes. There is also a salad buffet bar where guests can build their own salad from a variety of offerings.
For sweets, traditional South African baked desserts such as malva, sticky toffee or brandy pudding will be served, accompanied by Saffron’s homemade ice-cream.
These decadent West Coast braais are open to everyone – not just resident guests at Abalone House, Paternoster’s first five-star boutique hotel. The Saffron Restaurant West Coast braais at Abalone House are priced from R250 per head and include crayfish. Pre-booking is essential.
For more information and reservations , call 022 752 2044 or visit www.abalonehouse.co.za.