Monday, 2 April 2012
Whether for health, financial or environmental reasons, many people are trying to cut down on the amount of meat that they eat. Catharina’s at Steenberg Hotel has developed a three-course menu that shows off grains and veggies at their best. (The asparagus, artichoke and broad bean risotto is creamy perfection, the reviewers say.)
Chef Garth Almazan invites Slow Food guests – with a complimentary glass of wine in hand – on a guided tour of the herb garden before dinner. The garden is fed with worm-composted waste from the Catharina’s and Bistro 1682 kitchens, and chef will be using these organic herbs in your meal.
This event is not only for our vegetarian members: We heartily encourage omnivores to experience a meal that doesn’t need meat to take it into the realm of superb.
Date: Monday 2 April 2012
Venue: Steenberg Hotel, Tokai.
Cost: R195 for the three-course set menu and herb garden tour (with complimentary glass of wine).
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