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Stand a chance of winning double-tickets to attend the Taste of Cape Town, courtesy of Cosecha Restaurant

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Do fresh scrumptious latin dishes like Huevos Rancheros, Fish Tacos and Cocoa chili ribs tickle your taste buds?

then enter our competition below and stand a chance
of winning one of two double-tickets
to attend The Taste of Cape Town
and visit the Cosecha Restaurant stand to try some of their fresh latin dishes,
courtesy of Cosecha Restaurant at Noble Hill!

 To enter this competition, please visit www.cosecharestaurant.com
Access or download their menu from the homepage
and comment on this competition post
by telling us which dish on their menu is your favourite!
and if you have not yet had the chance to visit them
tell us which dish you would order if you had the opportunity!

 Entries close on Thursday 3 April 2014 at 12h00.

 Read more about the Taste of Cape Town here:
https://franschhoek.org.za/cosecha-restaurant-bringing-fresh-latin-cooking-to-taste-of-cape-town-april-3-6/

 TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Entries close on Thursday 3 April 2014 at 12h00. Winners announced at 14h00
  • Entrants should be older than 18 years
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence may be entered into
  • Prizes are not transferable and may not be redeemed for cash

42 thoughts on “Stand a chance of winning double-tickets to attend the Taste of Cape Town, courtesy of Cosecha Restaurant”

  1. Unfortunately I haven’t had the opportunity yet to visit the Cosecha restaurant yet… but the Lamb barbacoa. (Slow-cooked shoulder, green rice, homemade tortillas, & jalapeño mint salsa) sounds incredibly delicious! I shall definitely order that.

  2. I absolutely love the fish tacos at Cosecha….and can’t wait to have them at TASTE of Cape Town.

  3. Never been here before,would love to try the Lamb barbacoa. Slow-cooked shoulder, green rice, homemade tortillas, & jalapeño mint salsa. 95.

  4. I haven’t been to Cosecha yet but I must say the Carnitas Tacos (shredded pork in homemade tortillas with a cucumber and mint salad) sounds absolutely AMAZING.
    And if I win tickets, the first thing I am trying are those cocoa chili ribs!! 😀 xxx

  5. I always go back for the Pan Torrejas. It is by far the best french toast I have ever eaten…in the world!! Super crunchy on the outside, delectable soft inside. Topped with seasonal berries. A hidden breakfast secret which I now, unfortunately, have revealed…

  6. My favourite is the Carnita Tacos – would love to experience the Fish Taocs – sounds absolutely srumptious…LOVE Kingklip

  7. Crikey, there’s so many delicious dishes to choose from I’m going to have to starve for the day, then be a bit of a piggy.
    I’d start with Prawn & Fresh Avo ceviche and garden gazpacho. (I’d make hubby order one and share)
    Then Fish tacos definitely.
    I don’t eat meat, so it’s great to have options. Of course, hubby does, so he’d have Carnitas tacos, I reckon.
    *this little piggy rolls away from the table*.

  8. Ohh my! The Carnitas tacos (Shredded pork in homemade tortillas with a cucumber & mint salad) sounds divine…..

  9. Haven’t been here yet, but would love to try the Beef enchiladas or the Carnitas tacos!

  10. I haven’t had the opportunity yet, but the Chipotle Barbecue Ribs sounds amazing!!! Can’t wait to get my hands on them!

  11. On my list to visit 🙂 and would love to eat the “Spicy hash and poached eggs. Two eggs, shredded beef, & potatoes on homemade tortillas”!

  12. I have not the had the opportunity to bring my taste buds to this wonderfully looking restaurant and hope to do so in future. I would without doubt order the Slow-cooked shoulder, green rice, homemade tortillas, & jalapeño mint salsa and definitely have it with the Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 Blackcurrant, dark chocolate, & spice. Structured & poised. Mhhh, My mouth is already watering with envy! 🙂

  13. I haven’t been to your restaurant yet, but the lamb barbacoa sounds devine…would definitely order this meal!

  14. I am day dreaming of sitting on the stunning terrace at Cosecha with a few mates snacking on a few Bocaditos 🙂 (Small Platters made to share) whilst sipping on the Nobel Hill Chardonnay. Can’t wait to taste the bacon wrapped medjool dates, guacamole, ceviche and black bean and feta empanadas sound like the perfect afternoon.

  15. Unfortunately I haven’t had the opportunity to visit the Cosecha restaurant yet but perusing through their menu now seems like their a MUST visit – so many enticing dishes – yummy, my mouth is watering now!
    But I think my first try will be the Lamb barbacoa (Slow-cooked shoulder, green rice, homemade tortillas, & jalapeño mint salsa).

  16. Ive only been to Cosecha once but had an amazing afternoon there. Those fish tacos are absolutely fantastic!

  17. I have not yet had the chance to visit Cosecha Restuarant. However, as I love variety and the texture of different flavours in a meal, I would choose a selection of Bocaditos and create my own little minin buffet. #LoveFood

  18. I would definitely have the Chipotle barbecue ribs. Looks like a very elegant and relaxed environment – definitely would have fun if I visited.

  19. * ~ On my Bucket List to vist Cosecha ~ and I would love to try the Cocoa Chili Ribs ~ Food For The SOUL ~ *

  20. A visit to Cosecha is definitely on the list of Things To Do In Franchhoek. The Lamb Barbacoa sounds devine!!

  21. I haven’t been to Cosecha Restaurant but would definitely order the Lamb barbacoa (Slow-cooked shoulder, green rice, homemade tortillas, & jalapeño mint salsa.)

  22. I have heard VERY good things about the Fish Taco’s and I LOVE Quesadillas…. will be a difficult decision for me! Maybe I’ll have both!

  23. Beef enchiladas – they sound absolutely scrumptious! Can’t wait to visit Cosecha! 🙂

  24. Beef enchiladas…The shredded filet, potatoes, onions, borracho beans and rice in homemade tortillas. This sounds so heavenly ey. I would really love to try this! I haven’t jad a chance to eat this but it sounds amazing

  25. Would love to try the Guacamole as it is one of my favourite things to eat but I also love the idea of table side preparation.

  26. The modern latin variety of flavours and fresh ingredients are the most appealing to me. While relaxing in the comfortable atmosphere Cosecha has to offer, it would be hard to choose what to eat as everything is scrumptous, however, my first choice would be the Lamb Barbacoa (after i have tried the excellent variety of Bocaditos!

  27. We have not been to Cosecha Restaurant, but having had a look at the menu we certainly will, and when we do:
    Wine:
    Me: Cabernet Sauvignon 2009. Blackcurrant, dark chocolate, & spice. Structured & poised
    Her: Chardonnay 2013. Orange blossom, lemon, & vanilla. Flinty & refreshing
    Platos:
    Me: Kingklip veracruz. Fillet of kingklip in a roasted tomato & olive sauce
    Her: Calamares à la plancha. Grilled calamari with goat cheese & sweet potato cakes

  28. Lamb barbacoa….. I love the fusion in this dish. The slow-cooked shoulder in a tortilla with jalapeño mint salsa sounds like a match made in heaven.

  29. Haven’t been yet. So would love to try Calamares a la plancha. Also, the chocolates, cakes & pies 😀

  30. I would love to try the Lamb barbacoa. The dish is made with a few of my favourite ingredients; lamb shoulder, tortillas and mint salsa!

  31. Gosh! I’ve always wanted to try genuine Carnitas de Puerco, but I think I’m going to go in one morning and order the scrumptious-sounding Breakfast Burrito – definitely with added bacon and avocado!

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