Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Food at Prana Lodge. Part 2



We were lazy and once again asked for room service at dinner time.
Parmesan toast round topped with sauteed exotic mushrooms.


Cream of artichoke soup with hints of cauliflower.


Prime fillet splashed with a red wine reduction sauce


Pan grilled duck breast drizzled with a bitter citrus jus.


Decadent lemon polenta cake served with a vanilla bean creme anglaise.


And it was time for breakfast...


My wife decided to have the proverbial
"Full English"


While I tried the fluffy three egg omelette.


Something cool to drink to keep hydrated in the hot weather


A "light" lunch...
An organic Prana Garden salad.


Homemade bruschetta topped with crumbed chicken breast,
drizzled in a tangy homemade mayonnaise.


Tea time...
And a most delicious carrot cake was on offer.


We decided to be adults for our final dinner,
so we got dressed and ate in the dining room


Bubbles?
No...sparkling water actually


What a meal this was...
Crispy tempura aubergine topped with tomato,
parmesan and olive oil salsa.


A most delicious roasted red pepper and tomato soup.
With hints of honey and coconut milk


Pan fried fish fillets topped with a parmesan crust.


And probably the BEST veal brisket I have EVER eaten!
Slow roasted for six hours in a rich tomato and red wine jus


My dessert...sans chocolate.


And my wife's...
with chocolate.


A final breakfast before we headed back to East London airport.



French toast...again.
But this time with haloumi cheese, basil pesto and fresh tomato.


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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