Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Food at Prana Lodge Part 1



The food at Prana is complimented by the fine
crockery and cutlery...
even if you are dining in your room.


Unlike many botique properties,
at Prana there are three meals a day...
PLUS afternoon tea and cake!
My wife and I had arrived in time for lunch...
This was her choice:
Herbed potato Rosti topped with slithers if smoked salmon trout,
orgabic garden greens, cucumber ribbons
 and topped with creme fraiche.


I on the other hand had this...
Oven roasted butternut served with toasted pumpkin seeds,
organic greens and grilled haloumi cheese.
Topped with a walnut praline drizzled with a honey and mustard dressing
Absolutely mouthwatering.


All set for afternoon tea...
Which I decided to give a miss,
as we had had lunch late.


It was pouring with rain,
so we decided to have dinner in our room.
Delicate Prawn and avocado salad with vegetable brunoise to start


Exotic mushroom and leek soup with biltong dust!



Pan grilled tender chicken breast fillets in a herb and Parmesan crust


And to finish...
Creme Brulee with an African twist...


Breakfast was always started with a fruit platter.



I could NOT resist.
French toast topped with crispy bacon, Brie cheese
and drizzled with organic honey.
YUM


My wife's choice...
Creamy scrambled eggs topped with avo,
slithers of oak smoked salmon trout
and creme fraiche


We had no sooner finished breakfast
and we were asked what time we would like lunch!
Cajun fillet medallions served with rustic potato wedges,
drizzled with a cool cucumber and yogurt dressing.
More meals in Part 2


Hear what pastry chef Janine Els had to say:
http://podcast77612.podomatic.com/entry/2015-11-23T10_31_26-08_00


Each of the rooms is different, and all (except the Forest Suite )
have a small private swimming pool.
To see where I stayed on my last visit,
use this link:
To find out more about what this venue has to offer,
please use:
Europcar, the official car rental supplier
to "Travel & Things"



         

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