A LOCAL hotel chain has launched a new, affordable and versatile menu in response to market demand for fast, inexpensive yet world-class meals.
By Staff Writer
The launch, which attracted hundreds of clients from a cross section of Harare’s community at the weekend, was spoilt to a new menu which has more than 100 meal options which will be immediately available at the Rainbow Tower’s Hotel La Patisserie coffee shop.
The menu — Rainbow Delights — will be rolled out across Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG)’s local hotels countrywide from
Speaking at the official launch of the menu, RTG chief executive officer Tendai Madziwanyika said the Rainbow Delights campaign was carefully crafted with the customers needs in mind and completed RTG’s strategic drive to deliver fresh food and create refreshing experiences for customers each time they interact with the RTG brand.
“Affordability, consistency and choice were the key underlying considerations for the new menu,” he said.
The meals have a price spectrum ranging from $3 to $15.
Available options are categorised into breakfast combos, pancake combos, sandwiches and burgers, nibbles (snacks) fresh salads, dinner, deserts kiddies meals and all washed down with signature RTG Splashers drink option.
“With a growing number of people living with dietary restrictions and embracing healthier lifestyles, the menu addresses these special needs with dishes such as the chicken fajita salad which is seasoned greened peppers, onions, tossed in zesty dressing with mixed greens, topped with blend of cheeses, tomatoes, tortilla chips, fresh avocado and sour cream,” he said.
“For those who prefer a hearty plateful of protein, they can look forward to enjoying the Entrecote Country fried steak and eggs, which comprises fried beef steak smothered in sausage gravy, served wit h two eggs, has browns, and buttermilk pancakes.”
An assortment of pancake options and delectable cakes will also be on offer to satisfy that after noon sugar rush craving.
Chefs from RTG hotels countrywide, including those from Victoria Falls, Kadoma, Bulwayo and Beitbridge, attended the launch.