The stylish Executive Hotel in Midrand offers any traveller or food enthusiast the perfect home away from home. The up market hotel boasts a classic buffet and à la carte restaurant, run by a renowned chef. If you are like most people, eating dinner is not a special or big occasion. Your cat’s paw print being immortalised in cement and the annual spring cleaning of your garage are often met with more enthusiasm. The mundane soon creeps in and you end up being happy with a microwave meal on the couch or re-re-refried odd tasting beans. It is time to take a stand and banish those tasteless cream crackers and cans of sardines into the abyss of bad tasting food. Your tummy also goes the extra mile for you every day, like making weird noises at inappropriately quiet times in public and processing that 5c coin you accidently, or purposely, swallowed when you were four. It cannot be subjected to another meal that can be warmed by rays in a big black box and deserves to experience delicious food.
Wine and dine your tummy, and maybe even take a partner along, at the Executive Hotel. The food at this hotel is known to have inspired poets to write 160 page odes, accompanied by emotional violin music, about the delicious dishes you will savour at this exclusive hotel. With this Groupon your dinner delight will be accompanied by a glass of one of the hotels array of South African Wines. If you would prefer to sip on something a little less intoxicating you can opt to enjoy a soft drink with your meal instead.
The dining area at this swanky hotel is what fine dining was made for and will truly make you feel like you should be accompanied by helpers fanning you and feeding you fruit. Your dinner experience will not only have mouth-watering food but your table will also be adorned in crisp white linen and there will be friendly staff ready to be at your beck and call. You will forever hold on to the memory of the delicious food at the Executive Hotel meeting your tastes buds and exploding in happiness.
Food fact: A Khoisan man is said to have found the first pomegranate in South Africa, growing in corner of his humble abode. He made pomegranate fruitcake and scattered the seeds in his back yard. They then grew into large trees in the shape of hearts.