The 41, located on the Camps Bay strip, offers a glorious view of Camps Bay beach through its glass windows, and from the open terrace area, it’s chic and cosy furnishings allowing customers to get comfortable in this gorgeous minimalist setting. French restaurateurs, hoteliers and owners of The 41, Gilles Blanc and partner Nicolas Da Costa, have fronted a number of esteemed establishments across the globe from Singapore and Laos to Australia, finally settling in Cape Town. The kitchen is spearheaded by the internationally-acclaimed chef, Aristotle Ragavelas. Born in South Africa to Greek parents, Aristotle has received a number of chef’s award in Europe, his sensational food combinations delighting many across the globe. “Cape Town emanates a relaxed and laid-back ambience, with exquisite scenic elements and a strong foodie culture” Explains owner, Gilles Blanc, “this inspired us to open our restaurant in Camps Bay – serving the freshest, finest quality local produce with an international flair.”
DINE4SIX invites you to Experience an evening of delicious French-inspired cuisine and mesmerising music with new friends.
The evening will commence with a live performance by local jazz artist Dan Shout, as part of The 41’s special Jazz on the Bay seasonal offering.
Guests will receive a glass of Da Lucca Prosecco upon arrival before chef Aristotle presents a new winter menu paired perfectly with some fabulous local wines.
Kataifi Prawns and Avo Tzatziki
Santorini-style Sundried Tomatoes and roasted red Pepper Soup
Rolled Salmon Baklava, Phyllo, Mustard Dill and Almonds
Topkapi Chicken with Turkish Pilaff, served with creamy Spinach and Nutmeg
Limoncello semi-freddo with an Almond Meringue Wafer