Res­tau­rant re-opens its doors to the pub­lic

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - GOOD MOVIES -

Tress spokesper­son TREES, the newly named res­tau­rant at the Town­house Ho­tel & Con­fer­ence Cen­tre has re-opened its doors to the pub­lic fol­low­ing a strik­ing redesign.

Thanks to the res­tau­rant’s lo­ca­tion on the first floor, and its large glass win­dows which over­looks a leafy av­enue in the CBD, the ex­pe­ri­ence em­u­lates that of be­ing in a tree house.

The 100-seater res­tau­rant has a con­tem­po­rary look and feel with some strik­ing red ac­cent pieces, a f ew l adder-back chair s and ori gami­in­spired lamp­shades.

Sim­ple, clas­sic style dishes

“Guests can look for­ward to dishes based on a sim­ple, clas­sic style,” ex­plains Miche­lin-trained ex­ec­u­tive chef Ste­fan Sch­midt. The cur­rent spe­cial of­fer (twocourses for R95 or three-cour­ses for R130) is a great op­por­tu­nity for new­com­ers to come and see what Trees has to of­fer.

Trees is open daily for break­fast and din­ner. To make a reser­va­tion, call the num­ber in the advertisement or email trees@town­house.co.za

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