Father’s Day at Benguela Brasserie, Lakeside Lodge & Spa

Benguela Brasserie Father's Day LunchExperience Father’s Day at Lakeside Lodge & Spa

On Sunday, 19th June 2016, we get the opportunity to honour our fathers, once again, at Lakeside Lodge & Spa, a short drive out from Sedgefield on the Garden Route. A hearty winter set menu is planned at the lodge’s on-site restaurant, Benguela Brasserie & Restaurant, this Father’s Day.

The venue has a growing reputation as one of the leading Garden Route restaurants, popular for its imaginative and varied menu. The restaurant boasts breath-taking panoramic views of the Swartvlei Lagoon and surrounds, even in Winter.

Guests have the option of a two or three course lunch for Father’s Day and indulgent dishes such as ham hock and split pea soup and braised beef short ribs with parmesan mash, pumpkin and gremolata, are found on the menu. Those with a sweet tooth will enjoy ending their meal with a warm Malva pudding, drizzled with rooibos anglaise, ginger soil and served with buttermilk ice-cream.

Guests can choose to pair and complement their meal with Benguela Cove wines from the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Walker Bay, Hermanus. Spend this wintry day seated inside close to the roaring log fire and feast on the two course meal for R350.00 per person or the three courses for R395.00 per person. Bookings for this special day are essential.

To secure your Father’s Day reservations, contact Benguela Brasserie. All bookings are subject to availability.

If you’ve enjoyed Benguela Brasserie at Lakeside Lodge & Spa, visit Benguela Cove in Hermanus, situated within the impressive Benguela Manor amidst olive groves, lavender fields and vineyards. Alternatively, wine and dine at Benguela on Main in Somerset West, a haven for gourmands and one that takes into account all aspects of dining out. Pop into the wine shop or have a meal in the state of the art tasting room.

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