Enjoy soulful Sunday lunches at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Port Elizabeth

Radisson Blu Hotel - Tabu Restaurant - Port Elizabeth

Photos by: Robyn Udemans

Radisson Blu Hotel, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape

Looking to add a touch of elegance and class to your next Sunday lunch? The Radisson Blu Hotel in Port Elizabeth has recently launched their hot, new soulful Sunday lunch special, and is inviting you to come and give it a try!

Those, who frequent this luxurious hotel, know that their meals from breakfast to dinner are sublime! One can’t spend a night in the Radisson Blu and not try their incredible dishes. Consequently, it goes without saying that their new Sunday Lunch is sure to be a tantalising and mouth-watering experience not to be missed.

Sunday lunch with a bit of flair at the Radisson Blu Hotel

Radisson Blu Hotel - Tabu Restaurant - Port Elizabeth

Tabú Restaurant of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Port Elizabeth, not only serves great food, you can also take in incredible views of the Indian Ocean as you dine in the company of close friends or family – another reason to try out their new Sunday lunch menu.

Radisson Blu Hotel Food & Beverage Manager, Buhle Zondo, stated that their Sunday lunches have a little something special and cater for all dietary requirements.

“We have taken the Sunday lunch; which is a tradition in many homes, and added a Radisson Blu Hotel Port Elizabeth flair to it.

This menu has been designed to cater for a variety of tastes and to suit families as they come together to enjoy a stylish dining experience at our hotel,” said Zondo.

What’s on the menu?

The Buffet spread includes, their speciality soup of the day with fresh bread rolls, salads, antipasti starters, two roast options, Yorkshire pudding, two starch and vegetable options, a pasta dish and more. For dessert indulge in a hot pudding with custard, assorted cakes, fruit salad or cheese platter.

There is also an expansive selection of wines to choose from (Sunday Lunch cost per person excludes drinks).

Service at the Radisson Blu Hotel is beyond compare, their staff are well trained and very friendly, so you always receive the best service with every visit.

After enjoying your Sunday lunch, you can even enjoy a walk on the outside deck that overlooks the crystal clear swimming pool while you sip on one of their divine cocktails to top off your day.

The traditional Sunday Lunch Buffet is available on the last Sunday of the month, from 12h30 until 15h30 at R250 per person. Make sure to book your table soon!

Contact 041 509 5000 or email info.portelizabeth@radissonblu.com to book your family table subject to availability.

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