Dubai, August 2019 - Set alongside the peaceful Liesbeek River, luxury boutique hotel Arambrook Boutique Hotel has been making ripples in the South African culinary scene with Executive Chef Stacey Lee Chan’s approach to customised gourmet cuisine and food sustainability. The menu incorporates a range of flavours using locally sourced, sustainably reared natural produce, in line with the property’s green ethos. Arambrook Boutique Hotel in Cape Town is focused on personalised service in a relaxed, discreet setting.
Some of the curated dishes by Chef Stacy include Pan-Fried Beef Fillet made with petit potato fondants, forest mushrooms, garden carrots, caramelized onions and a sage and sherry reduction and Local Smoked Trout and Baby Pea Risotto with citrus foam and micro greens. Chef Stacey’s Warm Dark Chocolate Brownie set with passionfruit cream, cashew brittle and minted chocolate ganache is also highly requested. The ingredients are all sustainably grown and sourced organically.
Arambrook’s equal commitment to sustainability and personalization make it the perfect destination for environmentally conscious families and groups of friends, without compromising on luxury. A vast array of services is included in the room rate; a full breakfast, high tea, a mini bar refresh every 24 hour stay, well as return transfers from Cape Town Airport or other destinations within Cape Town. For more information visit https://arambrook.co.za
About Arambrook Boutique Hotel
Located in Bishopscourt’s neighbourhood in Cape Town, South Africa, Arambrook is an independently owned all-suite boutique hotel which features eight spacious and stylish suites. Suites can be booked individually, or the house can be booked out in its entirety.
Designed by Architect, Jacklyn Cattell and Sara Bind Interiors, Arambrook Boutique Hotel offers impeccable service for today’s sophisticated travellers who prefer more personalised experiences surrounded by nature.
Telephone number: +27 (0)87 898 2091
Email: [email protected]
Address: 15 Kirstenbosch Drive, Bishopscourt, Cape Town, South Africa.