What better way to celebrate the tail-end of Woman’s Month than having a luxury brunch at the Cape’s best kept secret, the Cape Milner. The Cape Milner is offering a brunch with all the bells and whistles to satisfy your deep craving for some girl talk at this boutique hotel’s luxury, Glass Lounge.

The FunDay Brunches, will take place every Saturday and Sunday for the duration of Women’s Month, and based on this success, may continue all year around. The cost of the brunch includes your fresh and scrumptious starters, a choice of three mains, and a platter of decadent desserts. A complimentary bottle of Miss Molly MCC will also be given to any party of two or more women.

As if this is not enough, you will be gifted a box of delicious homemade macaroons to remember your tantalizing brunch. As soon as you are seated, you are treated to baskets of warm pastries, croissants and buttermilk scones, which are served with fresh country jam and a beautiful Chantilly cream.

Make sure not to fill up too much, as you will be spoilt for choice. The main dish options include fluffy lemon cream cheese filled pancakes paired with gooseberries and berry compote; spiced banana French toast served with smoky bacon, chili labneh and tamarind caramel; rosemary and garlic ciabatta served with a perfectly poached egg and smoked salmon, hickory ham or local spinach saturated in homemade hollandaise; or scrambled eggs made in white truffle oil with smoked salmon and chives.

 

By this point, satisfied from the wide choice and delicious options available you will be full. I advise that you take a break and sip on your bubbly while you prepare for the final  course – a heavenly desert of homemade brownies, baked cheesecake served with fresh blueberries and a fresh fruit kebab.

As The Cape Milner is situated in Tamboerskloof, it offers the perfect view Table Mountain that is ideal for an Instagram snapshot.

Address: The Cape Milner Hotel, 2A Milner Rd, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town

Contact: 021 426 1101

Time: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 2pm

Cost: R225

Picture: Unsplash

Article written by

Lucinda Dordley

Lucinda is a hard news writer who occasionally dabbles in lifestyle writing, and recent journalism graduate. She enjoys reading the works of Stephen King, and exploring the beauty of Cape Town and its surrounds.