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outdoors this summer to The Picnic Spot at Durbanville Hills Wines. With the sun on your back, the lawn
tickling your bare feet and surrounded by a spread of delectable treats, a
picnic is a great way to refresh and re-energise after the long, cold winter.
the perfect setting in the olive grove with panoramic views over the
picturesque Durbanville vineyards and Table Bay, the Picnic Spot promises
hand-woven baskets brimming with scrumptious artisanal foods.
out and relax on the beautiful bespoke blankets and comfy pillows and while
away the afternoon with a complimentary bottle of Durbanville Hills Merlot
Rosé. The menu, developed by executive chef Riedwaan Rooknodien of The Eatery
at Durbanville Hills includes a delicious selection of rustic bread, chicken
liver paté with grape chutney, minted Moroccan salsa on nutty couscous,
parmesan chicken, fresh salad and The Eatery’s signature Grabouw sausage and
red onion marmalade quiche. Cheese and biscuits along with a decadent bag
filled with Turkish delight, chocolate truffles and nougat end off a perfect day
spent with family and friends.
free-form jungle gyms will keep the kids occupied and the special ‘5 Ants’
picnic will tempt the little ones. Their special menu includes meatballs,
sesame chicken and cheddar wraps, pretzel sticks and dips, chocolate brownies
and fruit juice.
The picnics will be available from October until the end of April and cost R295
for two people, including a bottle of Durbanville Hills’ Merlot Rosé and the
kiddies picnic is charged at R65 each. Bookings are required at least 24 hours in
advance during the week and for weekend picnics orders please book on the
Friday by 16h00.
more information or to make a booking contact Hanlie Campher on +27.215581300 or
send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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