Monday, November 23, 2009
Treat Your Friends To Some Christmas Cheer at Cove Cafe
It’s the time of year when we all make time to catch up with our nearest and dearest family and friends, and it’s very important we choose somewhere special to celebrate the year that was.
From 1 – 24 December, Cove Cafe at Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove is serving up a full array of Christmas cheer for just $36 per person. Set within this luxurious five-star resort, this buffet style restaurant is the perfect place for you and your friends to relax and enjoy yourselves.
Indulge in all your favourite Christmas treats at the hot and cold cooking stations before making your way to the delectable dessert buffet.
Delicious dishes include Antipasto platters with Coppa Ham and Smoked Turkey with pickled onions, Cornichons, Kalamata Olives and Sundried Tomatoes; Pumpkin, spinach and mushroom frittata; Goulash style beef shanks with roasted trio capsicum; slow roasted Turkey breast with cranberry chutney and giblet gravy, and pan fried tarragon flavoured catch of the day.
Highlights adorning the dessert buffet over this period include traditional fruit cake, mince pies, Christmas pudding, and festive cookies.
So if you’re looking for that special pre-Christmas celebration, Cove Cafe is the spot.
You’ll need to book early to avoid disappointment and due to popular demand, bookings are essential by phoning 07 5501 9840.
For more information on Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove, visit www.sanctuarycove.regency.hyatt.com.
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