With 27 restaurants and 5 coffee shops and deli’s taking part in the Master of the Trade Routes Culinary Challenge in the V&A Waterfront, simply eating the designated dishes entitles you to be a judge in the People’s Choice Award, with a chance to win meal vouchers and an invite to the Gala Event.
This winter culinary campaign is designed to celebrate the melting pot of cultures that took root right here at the V&A Waterfront more than 350 years ago. The exquisite deconstructed springbok bobotie, created by Cape Grace’s Executive Chef of Signal Restaurant, Malika van Reenen, is set at R95, making it one of the best value dishes out of all participating restaurants.
As Chris von Ulmenstein of the Whale Cottage Portfolio Blog says, “… the Cape Grace restaurant has painted wall murals reflecting the Cape’s historic origins, ………, and these make Signal a forerunner for the V&A Culinary Challenge on its decor and interior design alone!” She adds, “Each table has a vase with a protea, and throughout the hotel the national flower is used, suiting the ‘Proudly Cape’ promotion theme too.”
Signal’s three course meal in this culinary challenge running until 31 August 2012 at R195 is also superb value:
Aromatic coconut and ginger broth with steamed mussels and coriander foam
Main course (Signature Dish)
De-constructed Bobotie: bobotie spiced springbok loin, roasted parsnip, pickled mango puree, almond crumble and curried lentil jus
Peppermint crisp tart
Email us for a reservation or tel: 021 410 7080.