Hearty man-sized food characterizes The Maslow’s My Dad is a Super Hero lunch on Father’s Day (16 June 2019). Locally inspired dishes are laced with some of global flavours that have influenced South African cuisine on a vibrant buffet that speaks to the heart of every day super heroes.
“We have created an exuberant menu that is as real as it is exciting. It is a celebration of the local tastes and flavours which make South African cuisine so tremendously satisfying. It’s a hearty, braai-styled lunch with something for everyone,” says Executive Chef, Juston Jonah.
The family friendly lunch will be staged in the hotel’s Lacuna Bistro which overlooks a tranquil oasis garden and features various interconnected spaces, integrated with the outdoors. Guests can languish in the relaxed setting of Lacuna Bistro, mixing and matching a choice of salads, side dishes and succulent meats from the buffet.
There will be a selection of freshly baked breads with dips; German potato salad, with crispy bacon bits; marinated watermelon and feta salad, with lime, chili and mint dressing; teriyaki beef skewer with couscous and spicy yoghurt dressing, and honey and sesame roasted butternut tossed with gorgonzola cheese, cracked pumpkin seeds.
From the fire there is traditional boerewors; chicken sosaties brushed with garlic herb oil; char grilled loin of beef; lamb asado with pita breads, hummus and all the trimmings, as well as catch of the day wrapped in banana leaf, in garlic and lemon. South Africa shines in a choice of side dishes like pap tart with mature cheddar and sweetcorn; braai broodjies with black pepper; homemade chakalaka with red beans and grilled peppers, and roasted mealies on the cob.
For dessert, guests can tuck into treats like pistachio opera; chocolate tart with peppermint crisp; Malva pudding with wild berries; assorted superhero cupcakes and seasonal fruit skewers with honeycomb.
How to book
The cost per head is R395 per person and R195 per child under the age of 12. To book or find out more, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 010 226 4815.