Where to eat and be merry this Easter
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Where to eat and be merry this Easter Picture: Pexels

Where to eat and be merry this Easter

By Lifestyle Writer Time of article published Apr 18, 2019

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If you are looking to treat the family to a day out this weekend, then take a look at these restaurant offerings. 

Cape Town 


Steenberg Farm in the  Constantia wine valley offers  a hearty Sunday  lunch for the whole family .

From  April 19-22, visitors to the  Steenberg Wine Tasting Room  will be welcomed with an Easter  marshmallow before enjoying  their wine tasting.

At Catharina’s Restaurant,  executive chef Kerry  Kilpin will delight young and  old with her Easter Sunday  lunch menu. Children will be treated to  an Easter egg hunt followed by  a special menu, while adults can look forward to  an extensive choice of flavourful  starters and mains for all tastes.

The Easter lunch menu is  available at R550 for  adults and R300 per child under  12.

For bookings  contact 021 713 7178  or email [email protected]  catharinasrestaurant.co.za

Easter lunch at Steenberg. Picture supplied
The Cellars-Hohenort

Guests are invited to bring their f amily and  celebrate Easter Sunday at The  Conservatory.

The culinary team will  present a three-course, family  styled Easter feast at a cost of  R550 per person, from 12pm to  3pm.

There will also be an E aster egg hunt and a special kids’  menu, with prices available  upon request.

For bookings email  [email protected] com or call 021 794 2137.

Roast & Co.

It’s family time and the Roast & Co. courtyard is a safe place for children to enjoy the special Easter package. 

The package will include an Easter egg, colour the Easter chicken and a set of crayons.

The menu will incorporated heartwarming dishes from the new winter menu to toast the changing of the seasons.

All you need to do is relax with glass of Veuve Clicquot and let us take care of the rest. 

The restaurant is open 19-21 April.


The Wanderer's Club 

SilvaSale, the exclusive caterer for The Wanderer’s Club in Johannesburg, brings more than simple food – they bring a gourmet experience. 

On Easter Sunday, 21 April, they’re bringing their A-game again with an Easter Brunch followed by an Easter egg hunt. 

Guests can get champagne on arrival, patés, greens, breads, lamb, chicken, Easter crumble – we don’t know what it is either but it sounds yummy! – hot cross bun panna cotta and more!

Book your table with SilvaSale today to avoid missing out.

Details: 21 North Street, Illovo, Gauteng, tel: 011 788 5010

Lunch buffet at Maropeng 

Join the Cradle of Humankind at Maropeng as Tumulus Restaurant will host a lunch buffet fit for kings. 

There is something for the entire family, from a wonderful selection of starters, all your favourite trimmings for mains as well as something sweet to end the meal.

Bookings are essential with the buffet costing R250 per person. 

There will also be an Easter Bunny for the kids with an Easter-egg hunt starting at 11 am and 4 pm on Sunday. 

Buffet selection. Picture: Pexels

Oyster Box

Easter bunnies and eggs abound at the Oyster Box with their themed Easter High Tea table on 19, 20 and 21 April. 

Sweet and savoury treats make this a special event for the whole family and is not to be missed! 

Taking place from 2:30pm to 5pm in either The Palm Court, Grill Room or Colony. 

Price is R450 per person.

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