Father’s Day At The Plettenberg

The Plettenberg

Celebrate your Dad this Father’s Day by treating him to a nostalgic Sunday Beef Roast at SeaFood at The Plettenberg, on 16 June 2019.  Lunch is served from 12h00 – 15h30, at R255 per person. Head Chef Kaylinn Tshabalala has created a feast of flavours that begins with a decadent Twice Baked Cheese Soufflé with grappa cheese sauce and parmesan.

The main meal consists of the unforgettable Sunday Beef Roast, served with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. Rounding it all off is a delicious Deconstructed Carrot Cake, served with stewed sultanas, apricots, lemon cream cheese and ginger ice cream.

About The Plettenberg

The Plettenberg, part of The Liz McGrath Collection, is situated on a rocky headland in one of South Africa’s most spectacular beach towns. Tucked neatly into the Garden Route, Plettenberg Bay boasts a year-round temperate climate, pristine beaches and dense green forests, making it the ultimate South African seaside escape. The Plettenberg is a five-star property that has direct beach access and showcases some of the most breathtaking vistas in Southern Africa, with views of the ocean, mountains and endless stretches of golden sand. The hotel features 37 beautifully appointed guest rooms, including 12 Suites and two spectacular Villas.

Guests may enjoy world-class cuisine courtesy of the SeaFood at The Plettenberg, where Head Chef Richie Rorich serves deliciously fresh seafood dishes. The Sandbar meanwhile, is the perfect spot for pre- or post-dinner drinks, as well as tea, wine and meticulously crafted signature cocktails throughout the day. Guests may relax at one of two pools with stunning sea views, or on the Sun Lounge & Terrace, before getting pampered at the Fresh Wellness Spa, or indulging in a spot of shopping at The Collection Boutique. Whether visitors are looking for a romantic seaside escape or an action-packed family holiday, The Plettenberg is the ideal place to relax and unwind, recharge and reinvigorate.

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