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Dasheene Restaurant celebrates Father’s Day with creole excellence!

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Renowned Dasheene Restaurant

PRESS RELEASE – Ladera Resort invites families and visitors to Saint Lucia to celebrate Father’s Day at their award-winning restaurant Dasheene for mouth-watering choices of creole cuisine with unique culinary twists created with “fathers’” favourite foods in mind. Diners will also have an opportunity to enjoy dinner for two!

Executive Chef Nigel Mitchel is renowned for his stylish interpretations of traditional St. Lucian dishes, and on Sunday June 19 guests will be treated to a special Father’s Day Lunch Creole Buffet which includes many tempting dishes including callaloo pumpkin soup, cucumber and conch salad, breadfruit and sailfish balls, macaroni and cheese, christophene gratin, baby back ribs, BBQ chicken, grilled fish, vegetable kebabs, an assortment of sauces including Thyme Jus and Creole BBQ Sauce and the Carvery serves roast beef. Father’s sweet tooth will be tempted by an assortment of desserts including a special Velvet Fathers Day cake.

A complimentary Ladera Punch welcomes diners on arrival as they enjoy the spectacular views and distinctive service that Dasheene at Ladera resort is known for. Guests can also peruse the enticing diner menu which one lucky couple will be invited to experience.

Dasheene’s Father’s Day Lunch Creole Buffet with complimentary Ladera Punch upon arrival is EC$60 + 10% Service Charge and Applicable VAT.

For reservations or more information, call Dasheene Restaurant at Ladera Resort at (758) 459-6623. Brunch hours are 12:00 noon to 3 pm.

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  1. why do restaurants use the model of fee + service charge + vat. Just give us the price of the dish. Here I did it for you. The cost of the meal is $75.90 (at 15% vat. The service industry vat may be less.). Take heed Ladera, having a complicated cost structure works against you as customers may feel you are misrepresenting the cost and being dishonest.


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