Shakespeare knew the language of love and was not afraid to share how he felt , may of his theatrical gifts were based on love in some way or another.

Unlike Shakespeare however I do not believe that music is the sole source of 'food for love'. I believe that love starts at first sight and continues to develop as we nurture all five of our senses.

Shakespeare: Twelfth Night – Act 1, Scene 1
“If music be the food of love, play on”

Why not then tantalise your tastebuds this Valentine's Day?

African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa will be celebrating the colour of love this Valentine’s Weekend and will be running a special 5 course menu, selected to tantalise the senses. This special will be running on the 12th, 13th & 14th February.
For just R545.00 per person, enjoy a 5-course meal and a complimentary glass of champagne:

Course 1 – Vietnamese duck terrine, smoked duck, beetroot, biltong, gorgonzola & raspberry
Course 2 – Cauliflower soup, watercress, truffle
Course 3 – Braai beef wing ribs, rib eye, parsnip, asparagus, pear, kohlrabi
Course 4 – Millionaire short bread, yuzu ice cream
Course 5 – Friandise

Although Shakespeare clearly was a romantic, he was also clearly a realist,

Shakespeare Love: A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Act 1, Scene 2
“The course of true love never did run smooth”

So guys, please don't forget to book now and avoid disappointment or a broken heart, and maybe even a solid 'klap'. Us ladies love a spoil, and in this case NO! ... a home coked meal will not suffice!

For more information, please see the pamphlet attached. To make reservations, please contact the Meetings & Events Team

Have an awesome evening for me (sad single syndrome) and make the most of it!

I love ya all tons!