If you think about it; birds are really weird. They have pokey little beaks, beady blinking eyes and walk like they’re stepping on something sticky. Want to know something else that’s weird? Meat and fish go together incredibly well. So well in fact, that they’ve joined forces to become a completely irresistible and practically unbeatable culinary combination. Enjoy a deluxe surf and turf platter for two people, including a free chicken liver starter for R189 at Smith and Wollensky Eastgate.
For those luckier enough to live in the same neighbourhood, the Smith and Wollensky steakhouse is a household name. Besides serving grills so good they give you the meaty chills, the steakhouse is a warm and welcoming dining experience that features all the perks of an upmarket eatery without the pretension. Serving only the finest custom-aged South African beef, the Smith and Wollensky steakhouse is a place where great food, great people and a highly enjoyable ambiance come together in one delicious serving of yum.
Because nothing tastes better than “free”, enjoy two delicious chicken liver bruchetta starters to set off your delicious dining experience. Next, advise your appetite to make space because the surf and turf platter has enough divine delicacies to feed an army of stomach-growling grizzlies. Sink your chompers – If you dare – into two lamb chops, two rump espetada skewers, two chicken kebabs, two gammon steaks, eight queen tempura prawns and choice of mixed vegetables or rice.
Join the fiendishly well-fed family at Smith and Wollensky’s in Eastgate and enjoy an unforgettable and almost unbelievable meal.
Meaty fact: A film intern sent shockwaves through the industry when he stole the keys to a studio’s vault and discovered that the composition “Somewhere over the Rainbow” was actually about steak.