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Posted on: Thursday, 14 November 2013

Join the Wine and Dine Extravaganza at NH the Lord Charles Hotel

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NH The Lord Charles Hotel hosts wine and dine evenings in this spectacular location with breathtaking views of the surrounding Cape Winelands which sits right between the Atlantic Ocean and the Cape Helderberg Mountains.

NH The Lord Charles Hotel takes great pride in its selection of restaurants and the fine cuisine on offer.  Under the leadership of Executive Chef, Jean Pierre la Motte, the Hotel offers top-class cuisine in two restaurants that are popular with local visitors and international guests alike: the stylish signature restaurant, La Vigna, and the more casual buffet-style The Garden Terrace Restaurant.

 

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The stylish signature restaurant La Vigna continues its wine and dines series, honoring local winemakers throughout the year. Executive chef Jean Pierre La Motte has teamed up with various winemakers from local Wine estates, to create another distinctive and delicious dining experience. Enjoy pre-drinks on arrival with a 5 course meal and wines from the various wine estates.

 

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Some of the exquisite dishes seen at past events and offered in the restaurant include the blue cheese mussels, Denningvleis wonton parcels with cucumber raita and paw paw chutney, rump trinchado with grilled pita breads and salad, venison skewers with a red wine jus and the very popular seafood bowl with line fish, garlic mussels, calamari, tiger prawns on a bed of jasmine rice with tartare sauce and lemon butter.

The next event is due to take place on 29 November 2013 from 19h00 to 23h00 and the cost per person is R275.

 

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Somerset West Info:

Contact NH The Lord Charles Hotel:

Address: Corner of Main Road (M9) & Broadway Boulevard (R44) Roads, Somerset West, Cape Helderberg / Winelands
Telephone: Denise Reddell on +27 (0)21 855-1040

Michelle Rawlinson

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Michelle has a huge love for all things aquatic, particularly marine life. Her main passion lies with Great White Sharks, although she is interested in all marine species and their well-being. She volunteers at the Two Oceans Aquarium in her spare time and would spend all her time by the sea or surrounded by nature if possible. After spending 7 years in the United Kingdom, she has returned back home to Cape Town to be nearer to her family and to her ‘favourite place in the world’. She enjoys camping, fishing, watching rugby and going out with her friends and family to try out new restaurants and bars.

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