Warm your­self this win­ter with a ‘com­fort foods’ menu

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - GOOD TIMES -

THIS win­ter Café Sofia has pre­pared a de­light­ful, warm­ing win­ter com­fort foods menu. There are de­li­cious pas­tas, sus­tain­ing soups, aro­matic prawn cur­ries and baked mous­saka por­tions on of­fer.

All pasta dishes are R49, served with cia­bata bread and Parme­san shav­ings.

Soups are pre­pared fresh daily (250ml por­tions) for only R19 and served with cia­bata toast. Your op­tions in­clude spicy but­ter­nut, chicken noo­dle, mine­strone or chunky beef con­sommé.

Al­ter­na­tively, savour ex­otic prawn curry with co­conut, co­rian­der and steamed rice for R79 or Mediter­ranean mous­saka for R69 con­sist­ing of baked lay­ers of pota­toes, aubergines, spicy mince and yo­gurt béchamel sauce.

Café Sofia’s Beach Bar at Eden on the Bay is the per­fect lo­ca­tion for a warm­ing win­ter meal. You’ll be able to en­joy the mag­nif­i­cent views of the beach and Ta­ble Moun­tain f r om t he en­closed, heated pa­tio area, as well as a free glass of Four Cousins wine with any meal.

For ex­tra warmth, blan­kets are avail­able.

Que Bossa are ap­pear­ing at Café Sofia in Kloof Street from 7pm to 9pm ev­ery Tues­day, Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day evening. This trio delivers a unique blend of Latino-feel jazz, blues and con­tem­po­rary tunes with an in­sid­i­ous beat.

The nim­ble-fin­gered Rudy Burns is on acous­tic gui­tar, the in­no­va­tive Bernie Lawrence is on elec­tric bass and per­cus­sion and Lu­cre­cia Ro­drigues fronts the band with her de­li­ciously sul­try brand of vo­cals.

See the advertisement on this page f o r d e t a i l s o r v i s i t o u r we b s i t e a t www.cafe­sofia.co.za

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