Without the promise of delicious food, mouths would never stay open during choir practice and closed during trips to the library and beekeeping demonstrations. Reward your mouth for its diligence with a scrumptious lunch special for two people at Florentines for R60.
With a selection of mouth-watering meals, Florentines is a unique coffee and gift shop that oozes a relaxed elegance with its comfy couches, array of gifts and ambience of old-world charm. Boasting the friendliest service from efficient, highly skilled waiters their scrumptious meals and treats are crafted by trained chefs who put every ounce of love and detail into every plate.
Next to breakfast and Hammer Time, lunch is the most important time of the day – an experience that should be savoured, morsel for morsel with an equally hungry partner. The array of lunches at this stylish eatery, which spontaneously change daily to add to the quirky charm of Florentines, are delicious and will have you contemplating forgoing table etiquette and cleaning your plate with a few swift licks of your tongue. You and your fellow food-lover will definitely not be disappointed after experiencing this scrumptious lunch special.
Some of the delicious delights you can look forward to:
- A variety of delicious savoury tarts and quiches – homemade and full of flavour
- Mediterranean crepe cake – layers of tasty and saucy delights
- Phyllo pastry baskets stuffed to the top with a variety of fillings
- Vegetarian burger stack topped with brie, avo and a sweet chilli dressing
“This place is different! Freshly baked cakes and delicious meals are available every day and Christa, who trained at Silwood Kitchen and worked as a Pastry Chef at a top hotel in Kensington London, is always hard at work in her kitchen, keeping up with the demand for her delicious treats and lunch specials.” – www.uncoverthecape.co.zaFood fact: A chef in Rome perfected his own special dish made from chicken, pasta and maple syrup. Although this sounded like a strange combination, those who ate it said it was delicious and one woman remarked that the dish was “better than floating around in the atmosphere”. The chef really liked this comment, even though he was not quite sure what it meant.