Tryn at Steenberg reopens for Friday and Saturday dinners

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REDISCOVER the culinary bliss of dinners at Tryn as the restaurant welcomes all returning dinner guests and first timers to venture out and escape the stresses of a busy week by tucking into some of executive chef Kerry Kilpin’s favourite dishes. Tryn’s modish cocktail bar and tranquil vineyard terrace is the perfect setting to get the weekend started with pre-dinner sundowners.

Whether you navigate your way through Tryn’s à la carte at your own pace or take advantage of Kilpin’s well-priced three-course option of a starter, main and dessert of your choice at R375 per person, you’re in for a leisurely evening of culinary treasures. To make you feel right at home, Kilpin will treat you to a salivating pre-dinner amuse bouche and her homemade signature chocolate truffles as a sweet parting gift.

With ample choice for return visits, the menu showcases an abundance of fresh ingredients and Kilpin’s trademark touches of Asian and Middle Eastern flair to her classically prepared food.

For starters relish Tryn’s signature steak tartare or Kilpin’s famous tempura prawns before moving onto her popular pulled beef with red wine jus, or the succulent sirloin for mains. These are just some of the delicious dishes that await you. You will also be spoilt for choice with her beautifully plated and delightfully sweet merriment to round off the evening.

Dedicated to Steenberg’s 17th century founder, Catharina Ras, or Tryn as she was known to her nearest and dearest, the restaurant is contemporary in spirit and offers a refreshed, youthful and stylish space that appeals with leisurely charm and inspiring cuisine.

Tryn is open daily from 9am till 11am for breakfast, 12pm till 3pm for lunch, and Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm till 9pm for dinner, with the last booking at 7pm. To secure your table, call 021 713 7178 or [email protected]

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