Situated among the beautiful hills of the Durbanville valley, the iconic Durbanville Hills restaurant is proud to announce its participation in South Africa’s renowned Restaurant Week, taking place from 19 October – 05 November 2017.

A two-time Restaurant Week award-winner, the Durbanville Hills restaurant and chef’s team are looking forward to welcoming guests back to the winery for a spectacular two or three-course meal, which can be enjoyed for either lunch or dinner.

For starters, guests are spoiled for choice between succulent duck confit spring rolls with apricot and orange syrup and pea shoots, venison tataki served with pumpkin fritters, herbs and a red current glaze, or fresh prawns with horseradish mayonnaise, cucumber, crispy capers and a lemon sprinkle.

For their mains, guests can enjoy one of three mouth-watering dishes: seared salmon paired with an onion spread served on a bed of broccoli, asparagus, almonds and brown rice puffs drizzled with a lemon béarnaise, or chicken terrine alongside winglet pops, spinach and ricotta cigars as well as baby carrots and a barbeque caramel jus, or beef sirloin with braised short rib and bone marrow served with carrot puree beside a stack of straw potatoes topped with biltong dukkah.

To end the evening on a sweet note, indulge in one of the restaurant’s signature dessert dishes which include a decadent chocolate coffee bavarois served with chocolate mousse, hazelnuts, toasted marshmallows, on a bed of chocolate soil and a crisp chocolate coral tuile, or poached pears with a spiced crumble and burnt honey cream, a honey and ginger brittle as well as brie and blue cheese, or a light strawberry sponge served with vanilla bean mousse, berry coulis, shortbread crumb, meringue and a dash of basil.

The restaurant at Durbanville Hills is open for lunch from Tuesdays to Sundays between 12h00 and 15h00, and for dinner between 18h00 and 22h00 on Tuesday to Saturday evenings. To reserve your seat, please visit www.restaurantweek.co.za. Space is limited so be sure to book your meal soon to avoid disappointment.

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