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Fine Dining At Camissa

Fine Dining At Camissa

When visiting Camissa Brasserie this summer, guests will note the uncluttered, un-fussy menu that offers a selection of well thought out dishes. For starters, there is a choice of ocean-inspired dishes such as seared tuna with tomato salsa, micro greens and Chimichurri dressing, and steamed mussels in beer broth. Other choices include crispy duck breast with fresh fig and goat’s cheese; burnt bay leaf medallions with carrot puree, glazed beetroot, toasted pistachio and masala dressing, and butternut and quinoa salad.

 

For mains there is pine nut crusted SASSI line fish; slow roasted tandoori baby chicken with confit mash, vegetables and coriander chutney; rib eye on the bone with seasonal vegetables, and a seafood plate, amongst others. For the not-so-carb conscious, there is indulgent Springbok shoulder tortellini as well as beetroot pasta with burnt sage butter and parmesan shavings.

 

Meals can be bolstered with enticing side dishes like broccoli with blue cheese; chickpea chips and confit garlic mash amongst others. As always there is something for those with a sweet tooth. In the cast of desserts for summer is a refreshing compilation of coconut Bavaria, yoghurt and lime mousse with fresh berries, strawberry ice cream and basil gel; coconut panacotta with compressed Malibu jellies, freeze dried raspberries and yoghurt cream, as well as deconstructed black forest cake. The cheese board also speaks to the season with frozen grapes part of the choice of toppings.

 

Harnessing its convenient location a few minutes from Cape Town’s central business district, Camissa Brasserie is also open for lunch, serving a Harvest Table lunch that fuels collaboration. Lunch is served between 12h00 and 14h30 from Tuesdays to Fridays. The cost per head is R260. Guest can choose to end their meal with an indulgent signature dessert for an additional R40 per person.

 

Booking is essential for both lunch and dinner on [email protected] or 021 406 5988.

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