GrandWest pays homage to the diversity of tastes and flavours that make up South African cuisine with a special culinary experience, Taste the World GrandWest Heritage Day, on 24 September 2016. Guests will be taken on a mouthwatering journey of the cuisines that give South African food its character, from traditional South African fare and Indian curry to Asian and Italian dishes.
The food journey starts in Jackson Hall, GrandWest with registration at 12h00 and will take guests on a meander through six restaurants where they will enjoy different dishes. Guests will experience boboti and an Amarula shooter at the Quarterdeck Restaurant, sushi and sparkling wine at Cape Town Fish Market, chicken chow mein and Chinese tea at Beijing Orchid, pizza and wine at Casa Bella, three variants of tapas at The Hussar Grill and Lababda chicken curry and wine at Bukhara.
The Taste the World GrandWest Heritage Day experience will also include entertainment representing various cultures. These include African face painting, henna tattoos, Zulu dancers, Bollywood dancers, Chinese dragon dancers, Chinese fan dancers, Cape “coons” and a brass band.
“GrandWest celebrates the different cuisines and cultural flavours which make South Africa, its food and its people so colourful and exciting. Guests can explore different dishes and enjoy a host of entertainment,” says GrandWest’s PR and Promotions, Manager Elouise Matthys.
Registration for Taste the World GrandWest Heritage Day will commence at 12h00 at Jackson Hall. Limited tickets are available for ages 18 years and older and can be purchased at the GrandWest Cash Desk for R180 per person.