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Stellenbosch International restaurant
Bodega @ Dornier finds itself part of the patchwork of wine farms and vineyards that quilts the hills of Stellenbosch. A little distance from the town centre, Dornier Wine Estate has diversified its hospitality and made the Spanish bodega manner of hosting food and wine at the cellar door its own.
Set amongst the manicured vineyards and indigenous fynbos, the restaurant is housed in a historic barn some two hundred years old. The sights and sounds of its splendid natural surroundings exude tranquillity and set the scene for a relaxing lunch or dinner.
The menu reflects good, honest farm style food inspired by local, fresh and seasonal produce, so expect changes on the blackboard menu on an almost daily basis.
The wine list is dominated by Dornier’s selection of its own wines and compliments the menu while promising an excellent marriage of food and wine.
Day time visits also allow for wine tasting.
Franschhoek French restaurant
Located on the lovely Moreson Wine Estate, the Bread & Wine Vineyard Restaurant exudes an old world charm.
Best described as 'honest' food, the menu is perfectly balanced, seasonally influenced and inspired by it's surroundings. This is real rustic food.
Open from 12:00 till 15:00 all week.
Franschhoek International restaurant
Dishes are influenced by the seasons and the flavours are evident with each mouthful.
Cradled in the Holden Manz Wine Estate, diners enjoy mouth-watering meals alfresco, amidst vines or within the cosy dining room.
Meals resemble homemade dishes, created with simplicity and pureness only achieved from harvesting produce in your own garden.
All vegetables and fruits are sourced from the estates own garden while additional produce is sourced from local suppliers.
Pamper the palate with international cuisine in a relaxed and idyllic setting in the heart of Franschhoek vally.
Stellenbosch International restaurant
The classic European style cuisine embraces simplistic dining flanked by spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and picturesque dam and vineyards.
Additional dining rooms offer intimate or romantic dining choices while the menu seduces with signature favourites.
Dishes include classics like Orange Cured Salmon and Chalmar Beef Fillet (succulent piece of grain-fed South African Chalmer Beef) served with a herb crust and red wine jus.
Expect five star services and fine wine at Raphael’s in Stellenbosch.
Somerset West International restaurant
Satiate your gastronomic cravings at the new River Garden Deli and Eatery on Lourensford Wine Estate. They offer early bird breakfasts from 08:00 and serve lunch until 15:30. For the not so hungry, enjoy cakes and treats, bowls of home baked rusks or a scrumptious picnic under the shade of old oak trees.
Just browsing? Stop at the deli to taste some award winning Healey's mature cheddar and have a chuckle at Frans Groenewald's art work on display against the walls. Kids can work off some energy in the play area; produce works of art on a wall sized black board and choose something from the lovely kids menu – try the bonsai burger.
Paarl International restaurant
This exceptional setting caters for sophistication where diners soak up stature, style and socialize with high flyers.
Situated in the exclusive Val die Vie Wine and Polo Estate, Sabrage Restaurant and Bar the ultimate wine land destination and place to be and be seen.
Somerset West French restaurant
Located on Waterkloof Wine Estate, this new signature restaurant boasts a 10-meter glass promontory marrying into a flow of sleek state-of-the-art gravitational cellar.
Dine against a backdrop of Waterkloof’s amphitheater of vineyards and panoramic views of False Bay on modern French infusions.
Fuelled by decades experience attained in some of the finest Michelin star restaurants in France, Grégory Czarnecki calls for an unhurried indulgence on contemporary classics with a modern twist, complemented by the estate’s European style wines.
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