Where to go in Cape Town?

Definitely at Richard’s Super Stage and Bistro.



Jammed with Entertainment and an element of surprise to the show, the district Six Kleintjies family celebrates the Cape’s musical cultural heritage with soulful songs.  Even the shyest of guests find themselves moving their shoulder enjoying the abundance of talent found in this spot that celebrates our rainbow nation.



Suitable for locals and visitors, Richard’s Supper Stage is definitely a gem that I sure will go back to dear reader.  Over 100.000 people have seen this stage, not to mention Richard’s Super Stage is a two year Lilizela Tourism Award winner for Best Cape Cultural Experience.

Kaapse Stories is part of the dinner and show offering at an affordable price which includes a welcome drink of orange juice or sparkling wine. The food includes a plated starter selection of smoke pate, samosa and grilled vegetables – a great way to enjoy the Cape cuisine, with a basket of bread  to share and table salad. For mains, a buffet of many traditional dishes such as rice breyani, packed full of flavour, prawn curry and many more and yet classic dished such as beef fillet with pepper or Béarnaise sauces make an appearance.

The South African favourite desserts  Malva pudding, rich, tasty and creamy; Milk tart and Koeksister  served with a fresh fruit salad finish off the great meal with a sweet memory.



The show begins at 7:30pm and concludes at 10pm. The show and venue is also available for events or 80 delegates in a u-shaped setup.

For more information contact 021 434 4497/ 021 433 1340

Check out www.richardscapetown.co.za

You sure will enjoy the intoxicating rhythms and soulful songs.

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