With weather like this, it's difficult to feel inspired. Helping you to put a spring in your step, The House of J.C Le Roux have outdone themselves again by offering you a delicious caffeine fix with their brand new coffee menu at Le Venue.
Each irresistible cup comes with a sweet treat - the perfect combo to combat the last of the winter chill. Coffee lovers can spoil themselves with marshmallow Brûlée cappuccino with mini pink and white marshmallows or be seduced by a vanilla cappuccino with a mini cream cone. Get a double nutty dose with the hazelnut cappuccino and hazelnut wafer, or sip on a ginger biscuit cappuccino with an extra ginger snap.
For tea devotees (like myself), a spicy chai tea or delicious red cappuccino, served with a red velvet chocolate brownie, is a perfect match.
And for an even more indulgent treat, don’t miss out on Le Venue’s mouth-watering twist to everyone’s ultimate winter favourite, hot chocolate. Choose between white hot chocolate served with a white chocolate and nougat biscotti, or caramel fudge hot chocolate served with a caramel fudge brownie. How can you possibly say no?
The new coffee menu experiences at Le Venue will be available until the end of October.
Open seven days a week, The House of J.C. le Roux offers bubbly lovers a wide selection of sparkling wines to taste and purchase, including the award winning flagship, Scintilla 2003, the youthful, refreshing Brut Méthode Cap Classique and the crisp, lively Le Domaine Non-Alcoholic.
Phone the restaurant on 021 865 8222 or send email to email@example.com. Le Venue is open from 09h00 till 16h00 with breakfast served between 09h00 and 11h00 and lunch from 12h00 till 15h00. Visit www.jcleroux.co.za, www.facebook.com/HouseofJCLeroux or follow @LeGoodLife on Twitter.
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