Thalias Hospitality

Khéma Valentine’s Dinner 14 Feb 2022

Spoil your loved one this Valentine’s day with a romantic dinner for two at Khéma. With your hearts in mind, Khéma’s chefs have created a sensuous menu of smooth, rich, sweet, and creamy flavours that will leave you swooning this Valentine’s Day.  Getting off to an electrifying start with a Lobster salad, the menu then lowers the volume with a Beef broth with foie gras Royale, followed by sweet, luscious Slow-Cooked Lamb Chops and rounded off with a magnificent Chocolate mousse with raspberry coulis centre.  Discover our full menu below and book your table now for Monday, 14 February on https://www.khema-restaurant.com/reservations.  KHÉMA VALENTINE’S DAY…

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