Make your way to Radisson Blu Hotel at the Waterfront this September for a five-course dinner, paired with rum cocktails that are sure to please your palate.

Rum, an elixir of the tropics, is the new kid on the cocktail block ‒ every bit as captivating, if not more so, than its rivals’ vodka and gin.

Tobago Restaurant, Bar & Terrace at Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront has designed a five-course dinner paired with New Grove Rum-inspired cocktails to get you in the mood for spring.

Dinner begins with a marinated tiger prawn Gazpacho served with a basil avocado mousse, tabasco pearls, peppered beetroot and celery and cucumber salsa paired with a fragrant plantation rum Bloody Mary.

The second course is a Cape Malay sweet potato soup served with apricot-glazed chicken, cinnamon crisps, toasted cashew nuts, a pumpkin croquette and pea puree paired with a Mauritian spiced rum and pumpkin daiquiri.

Next up is sesame smoked snoek Maki rolls served with tempura banana, wasabi aioli, pickled ginger foam and punzo gel, accompanied by a vanilla rum and banana split cocktail.

The fourth course is a coriander-crusted beef fillet served with horseradish mash, carrot puree, lime-buttered carrots, kiwi thyme chutney and parsnip crisps, paired with a kiwi and lime rum daiquiri.

Dessert is a wicked pairing of dark chocolate coffee and black bean cake with an espresso-flavoured martini.

Don’t miss your chance to savor this unforgettable pairing.

 

Tickets: R495 per person. Booking essential.

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Details

Date: September 1
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost: RR495

Venue

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront
Beach Road, Granger Bay
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
8002
Phone: +27 21 441 3000
Website: www.radissonblu.com/hotel-capetown
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