Shimmy Beach Club Welcomes Winter

Winter menu

25 cider braised Pork Belly with apple puree, roasted beetroot, garlic buttered potato cubes and crackling.jpg

Shimmy Beach Club, South Africa’s premier venue, has announced its new mouth-watering winter menu. The a la carte menu will be available in the restaurant from 4  May to the end of August 2016.

Old favourites, such as the lamb shank pot pie, Moodie burger and the infamous Shimmy seafood platter remain on the menu, bolstered by new items like the slow braised mutton curry roti, seared Indonesian marinated tuna steak, prawns Nacional and chimichurri marinated baby chicken.

Executive Chef, Adrian Cook says patrons can expect the usual Italian and Mediterranean influences that Shimmy is known for. “The new menu is full of slow food from Umbria and includes warm, rich and hearty, country-style comfort food; meals that take you back to home and your childhood.”

Chef Adrian already knows which dish will be the firm favourite. “Our guests are going to love the cider braised pork belly. It’s something I enjoy cooking andsharing with friends and family.” Restaurant clients can also look forward to more complex dishes with intricate flavours, such as the venison loin wrapped in pancetta. Those following a Banting diet, can order a sushi or pizza option.

There are several surprises on the dessert list including key lime pie, Cape brandy pudding, homemade Granny Smith apple pie and a decadent Nutella pizza, with strawberries and mascarpone. 

To reserve a table in the restaurant email info@shimmybeachclub.co.za, call 021 200 7778 or book online via the website or app, www.shimmybeachclub.com. To view the new menu, Visit Shimmy Beach Club’s website http://www.Shimmybeachclub.com/  or the App.

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