La Parada Tapas & Tannins ft Cavalli Wines

Get excited! La Parada V&A Waterfront is hosting another exclusive Tapas & Tannins Dinner and Wine pairing evening on 24 June at 6pm.

Be sure to join us and be taken on a spectacular culinary journey by Chef Johnny Hamman and Cavalli Wines! Along with live entertainment, R395 covers your unique 5-course tapas menu conceptualized by Chef Johnny Hamman himself. All your Tapas creations will be paired with a range of wines, carefully selected by Cavalli Wines.

Chef Johnny Hamman received the winning title of Kokkedoor, one of South Africa’s popular reality cooking series’ and has since opened his own food & catering business. Johnny is known for his ultra-creativity in the kitchen, making for impressive dishes. His exceptional take on food & wine pairing is sure to present you with an exclusive and delightful culinary experience.

*Menu To Be Announced*

Bookings Essential

https://bit.ly/3csnvOd
021 418 3003
info@laparada.co.za

T&C’s Apply. Alcohol not for sale to persons under the age of 18. All health & safety protocols observed.

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