Harare upmarket restaurant Casa Mia is back in business with a bang. The restaurant which forced to shut by the Harare City Council for operating without a licence has reopened. They are still located in Avondale, along 100 King George Avenue.
BY Nicola Gibson
Casa Mia apologises to all its patrons for all the inconveniences caused.
“Firstly, we are humbled by the gracious support of our patrons over the past year,” said the Casa Mia management in a statement.
“We have had great support during the year despite the challenges we faced. We apologise to all of our patrons who were in one way or another affected by these teething problems.”
The management said they are now licenced and decided to refurbish the place.
“We decided after one year that we were going to refresh the restaurant and start again. This began with a nice fresh coat of paint in some areas of the restaurant. We have a new menu, having taken out all of the slow sellers over the year and replaced them with some new exciting dishes,” said the management.
“However, we have left the familiar favourites like our popular Grilled Pork Chops served with a creamy garlic mashed potato. Another dish that comes to mind is the ladies fillet. Our wine list offers good value popular wines like Nederburg lyric and Nederburg Duet. We do not charge corkage for any wines brought in should you not find anything you like on our wine list.”
Casa Mia has upped its game in the quality and standard of food served at the restaurant. They are offering takeaways for all dishes on the menu and the pricing is competitively enough for one to feed the whole family.
Special menus for corporate and school functions are always available. They are also revamping functions menu, offering exciting different dishes.