Top chefs show us their ultimate Sunday lunches

What does Sunday lunch mean to you? Does it conjure the scent of lamb and rosemary, or cracked coriander, dripping fat and braai smoke? Is it fresh fish, cooked until smoky and succulent and enjoyed on the beach after a surf trip? Or how about juicy chops, fluffy pap and spicy chakalaka?

On 15 November, we’ll be counting down the best restaurants in the country at the ultimate Sunday lunch, complete with food prepared by four top chefs.

We asked four of the nominees for the 2015 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards to prepare their ideal Sunday lunch. The results? Delicious.

Win two tickets to the Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards

Want to be there on the day as we announce South Africa’s brand new Top 10 restaurants? Mblife is giving away two tickets to the event. You’ll be chauffeur-driven to the venue in a Mercedes-Benz SUV, with flights and two nights’ accommodation also included (if needed). To enter, simply watch the videos below and answer an easy question here.

Chris Erasmus at Foliage goes the full hog.

Wesley Randles at The Pot Luck Club has a surprise in store.
Virgil Kahn at Indochine conjures a fragrant family memory.
Eric Bulpitt at The Restaurant at Newton Johnson makes a magnificent classic.

Enter the competition now.

Witness the creation of some magical roasts with other nominees Gregory Czarnecki, Luke Dale-Roberts, Marthinus Ferreira and Richard Carstens here and the luscious ideas of George Jardine, Peter Tempelhoff, Chantel Dartnall and Michael Broughton here.

What’s your idea of the ultimate Sunday lunch? Tell us in the comments.

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