Review: Oktoberfest Pop Up Restaurant

13 October

On Thursday, 13 October the Capital Hotel School transformed into a celebration of food, beer and camaraderie.

The original Oktoberfest was a wedding celebration for King Ludwig I and his bride, Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghause on Oct. 12, 1810. Citizens of Munich were invited to celebrate on the Theresenwiese. There were horse races, and beer and wine tastings to mark the event. The next year, the horse races and celebrations were repeated to in homage to the king and queen, and a tradition was started.

We also like celebrations and CHS doesn’t need an excuse for a party!

The evening was in aid of Child Welfare Tshwane – our social responsibility partner.

fotorcreated fotorcreated2 fotorcreated3The main course of Shredded Eisbein served with Hasselback Potato, roasted Vegetables, home-made Sauerkraut, Blaukraut and German Mustard Mousse would have made any german-heart beat proudly.

The evening was jovial and beer games ensured there was sufficient friendly rivalry to be had.

Thank you to all the support from family and family in making this event so special.


For more photos of the event, click on the above banner and view them on the Official Facebook page.


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