Pay R299 for a four-course meal for two people with a bottle of wine to share at Kai Lan Restaurant, valued at R600 (save 50%)
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- Upmarket Asian-fusion dining
- Delicious cuisine and a tranquil enviroment
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The saying that two heads are better than one doesn’t only apply to situations that require gargantuan amounts of brain power. Two cuisine-flavoured noggins fused into one restaurant shaped body are also good. Prove the platitudes right and please your palate with a four-course meal for two people with a bottle of wine to share for R299 at Kai Lan Restaurant.
Situated in the trendy and stylish Hala Boutique Hotel in the heart of Bryanston, Kai Lan offers daring diners to indulge in the exquisite tastes of Asia without ever having to leave their chair. A tranquil setting spruced up with elegant décor provides a classy setting for those who like dining indoors, while the outside terrace offers its own natural mood-lighting in the form of the African sky.Of course, while a relaxing setting is important; all the atmosphere in the world can’t match a delicious meal. Luckily, the virtuoso-chefs in the Kai Lan kitchen know way around a fillet of beef and provide a sumptuous array of delicacies that allow diners to stamp their palate’s international passport and blaze a triumphant path to savoury satisfaction. Indulge your palate’s taste for the more exotic with a choice of dishes that will suit any flavour craving, whether your preference is, as they say on airlines – chicken or beef; or possibly even kingklip. Flavoured and drizzled and spiced up with colourful tastes of white chocolate vinaigrettes or lemonade syrup spheres, the menu is enough to keep even the most jaded of taste-buds entertained. With four courses, a crisp bottle of wine to share, sip and clink glasses with, there’s no better way to spend an evening than in the chic surroundings of the undeniably upmarket Kai Lun.