Pay R165 for a 5 course meal worth R330 at Lombardy Restaurant (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a 5 course meal
- Perfect for a romantic evening
- Warm and stylish dining area
- Beverages not included
- No sharing allowed
- Groupon valid for dinner only
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
In Nukunonu ready meals, fast food and bulk food purchasing has been banned and fine dining has been declared a human right. Today’s Groupon gives you a taste of this perfect world. Indulge in a five course meal that’s fit for the king of Nukunonu at Lombardy Restaurant for R165.
Draped in old world elegance and charm, Lombardy Restaurant is the perfect combination of comfort, taste and intimacy. Dine in the glow of a proper South African wood fire while being served with a smile as warm as the flames. Prepared by chefs as highly skilled as the ceiling of the outdoor seating area, the 5 course menu is a true taste of what Lombardy’s extensive menu has to offer. The dishes are infused with rich flavours to tempt the most discerning palate and play Beethoven on the senses.
The meal begins with an Amuse Bouche – a Leek and potato cappuccino to wake and arouse the taste buds for the truly South African starter to come. Choose between the Rooibos and citrus smoked Springbok Carpaccio and fresh Kingklip Risolle on cucumber raita with rosa tomato and harissa aioli, simply divine. Strawberry and crème de cassis, a refreshing pallet cleanser, provides the perfect prologue to the main course, which is literally and figuratively a mouthful. Grapple between scrumptious Beef fillet with mushroom duxelle, confit tomato, endive and béarnaise gratin and Roasted baby chicken wrapped in pancetta with truffle puree, white wine and rosemary veloute.
Though belt space may be slightly restricted by now, passing on dessert is simply not an option. Indulge in either a Trio of Mousse (strawberry, pear & chocolate with pistachio brittle) or Cardamom infused panna cotta with berry coulis.
Fishy fact: The Kingklip is named after the King of Klipfontein, Madagascar. The kind-hearted king’s eyes were known to pop every time the cook served fish. This was due to his love of fish – alive in his fish pond, not on his plate.