Avani treats GC to rare, classy food fest

Avani General manager: van rooyen
Avani General manager: van rooyen

Seven thousand fresh oysters from Eastern Cape, South Africa and more than 10 wine estates will be the toast of this weekend’s two days of oysters and wine pairing and food extravaganza at Avani.

Widely-travelled Avani Gaborone General Manager, Riaan Van Rooyen, who has also worked in Greece, says this rare and classy festival is Avani’s special end of year treat for the people of Botswana with a memorable and unique experience, for a change.

The Avani boss, whose passion for things culinary can be easily mistaken for a chef, speaks in glowing terms about the fresh oysters that Avani will be serving to the people of Gaborone this weekend; “The oysters are some of the biggest, with a lot of meat on them; we will be giving everyone two oysters, to titillate their palates with tobasco sauces, a sprinkle of black pepper and lemon, there will also be bloody Marry cocktail”.

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