3 May 2022
Despite being cold-blooded reptiles, crocodilians are actually warm-hearted creatures and incredibly affectionate mothers. This Mother’s Day, why not celebrate your mom alongside some of the most maternal animals in the kingdom at Crocworld Conservation Centre? On Sunday, 8 May, Crocworld’s Fish Eagle Café is hosting a special Sunday lunch buffet which promises gourmet food, great ocean views and an incredible family day out.
“It’s wonderful that we’re able to welcome back guests for a proper Mother’s Day celebration on our beautiful wraparound deck,” said Fish Eagle Café’s Executive Chef and Manager, Morne van Zyl. “We’ve planned a delicious buffet menu to treat all those special mothers to a memorable lunchtime feast. With winter approaching, this is also the perfect time to relax on our deck and catch sight of migrating whales.”
The three-course lunch buffet starts with a selection of delicious eats including deep fried Basa fish, creamy mussel and white wine pot, Cajun chicken liver pate, salads, home-baked breads and cheese and fruit platters. Diners can then tuck into the main course of slow roasted beef, flame grilled lemon and herb chicken fillets and an assortment of vegetable options. The meal is topped off with a selection of delectable desserts such as mixed berry cheesecake, apple tart, ice cream with English toffee or Bar One sauce and a tropical fruit salad.
Crocodilian cocktail specials
The Fish Eagle Café is also hosting a fun Cocktail Saturday on 7 May from 4pm to 7pm. Guests can take in the views while enjoying live music and sipping on a colourful selection of cocktails. Some of the refreshing menu options include strawberry and passion fruit daquiris, pina coladas, mojitos, raspberry and dragon fruit vodka spritzers and blueberry and vanilla vodka spritzers.
The Mother’s Day buffet lunch is on Sunday, 8 May from 11.30am to 3pm at a cost of R195 per person or R95 for children U10. Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 083 658 7073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more on Crocworld visit www.crocworld.co.za, ‘Crocworld Conservation Centre’ on Facebook or call 039 976 1103.