That time has come, summer is here and with summer the Oasis opens it’s doors again for lunch.
The highlight being Sunday lunch. The idea is take a long stroll through the gardens at the hotel and relax to a long lazy lunch. The choices are endless with the selection starting with a big selection of salads ranging from caprese to couscous with favourites like potato salad and roasted butternut, then the selection makes a turn with a variety of meze and antipasto items to choose from, some stay right here enjoying a garlic brushed bruschetta topped with lemon and herb marinated peppers and tapenade. Across the cold buffet carpaccio, lachsschinken and beef tongue with slaphakskeentjies will be spotted.
Then hiding behind the home made pickles, saucisson sec and local salami.
When all courage is gathered a return is made to the cold fish station, with oysters, smoked trout, poached prawns or seared tuna. If this all seems to intimidating just create your own salad at the Caesar bowl, gado gado station or a selection of fresh vegetables and nuts to ensure you have enough to be creative.
But leave some space because chef Michael Maliti has made oxtail, and chicken curry with the beef and lamb carvery with tons of sides to pick from.(Do not forget the Yorkshire pudding)
As you get up to get a second helping of oxtail, you might notice that you have missed the onion and goats cheese tart and the bacon quiche on the bread section. Fortunately you notice the cheese board first and tuck in to the selection of South African Cheese with a piece of membrillo and nut and seed loaf.
Walking across to the table the smell of fresh waffles hits you and you cannot decide when you return to have the crème brulee, chocolate tart or waffle with home-made choc chip ice cream
Alvin Dyers Cape Jazz Duo will be in the back ground, playing easy-listening South African jazz classics while the last sip of coffee is enjoyed.
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