Cazador's grilled pork chop with romesco, spring onion and lemon.

Take dinner and a movie to the next level with Cazador’s new Movie Night Menu

Just in time for the weather to cool and for us to start craving warming food and soul-nourishing activities, acclaimed Dominion Road restaurant Cazador has concocted a very attractive proposition indeed. 

In collaboration with The Capitol Cinema, every Wednesday night this winter sees the Cazador team putting on their Movie Night Menu — three delicious courses to enjoy before soaking up some culture in the form of a film at The Capitol. 

The menu will change regularly throughout the season, but currently diners can expect the likes of house-made charcuterie, followed by a grilled pork chop with romesco, spring onion and lemon, or a vegetarian option of coal-roasted cauliflower, kale, raisins, pine nuts and sumac. For dessert, dark chocolate and brandy mousse with candied orange and toasted nuts will be a perfectly decadent finish. 

At only $50 per person for three exquisite courses and a movie, this offering is an absolute steal. Currently showing at The Capitol are several acclaimed films on our must-watch list such as Cousins, The Father, French Exit — plus, a selection of iconic films from the past including Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, The Birds and more. 

So, next time you’re planning a date night or friendly catch-up, we suggest reserving yourself a seat at The Capitol, and a table at Cazador.


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