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Stanford Country restaurant
Barke restaurant is situated on the Blue Gum Country Estate, a working wine farm in the beautiful countryside of the Overberg. The vision for this restaurant, and a top priority for the chefs, is to create delicious country cooking with a fine dining twist using the freshest, local, organic ingredients. Barke is family friendly and a great setting for a leisurely afternoon get-together.
Darling Country restaurant
The décor exudes style and comfort, delectable meals and alfresco occasions in the sunlit rose garden.
Generous portions of creature comforts such as French toast, beer battered fish and slow roasted oxtail compliments the delicate flavours of locally produced wines.
A jungle gym and kiddies menu favours young palates while adults relax over a refreshing glass of wine and intimate meal.
Durbanville Fusion restaurant
Located on Nitida Wine far in the scenic Durbanville Valley is Cassia Restaurant. With stunning natural surroundings, diners can take in the beauty of the area as they feast on delicious food and drink superb award-winning wines.
Set in a classic Cape Heritage style building, diners can relax in elegance inside or on warmer days, the deck provides an enjoyable al fresco experience.
Take some time out in the Durbanville Winelands to sample the delights that Cassia Restaurant has to offer.
Bredasdorp Country restaurant
Located 8km from Bredasdorp, on the Nacht Wacht Farm, Country Cuisine Restaurant offers personal dining on a modern sheep and cattle farm.
The historic building dates back to the early 1800’s boasting a whitewashed look and elegant country interior laden with the smell of fresh flowers and art.
The menu leans towards personal attention, alongside signature and chef’s dishes such as Springbok Carpaccio with Gruyère and fresh rocket, rack of Lamb with a balsamic, cranberry and fig reduction served with a garlic and sweet potato mash and crusty Crème Brulee.
Immerse the palate in relaxed country cuisine and discover crisp clean tastes and a stylish wine list to compliment your experience.
Franschhoek Country restaurant
The Country Kitchen has been dubbed Tuscan and Mediterranean in style. Located in the wine tasting facility of Mont Rochelle vineyards, the restaurant offers relaxed dining, with a slant on Mediterranean fare. This is the perfect spot for an al fresco lunch or cosy dinner. The décor is rustic, from authentic wooden tables to potted herbs, huge candelabra and a cosy fireplace.It might only be a few minutes drive from town but this restaurant is a world apart when it comes to soaking up the sights and sounds of the Winelands. Wine tasting can be conducted at restaurant tables – a perfect way to see which wine goes best with dishes ordered.Alternatively for those wanting more fresh air and relaxation, pick up a picnic basket at the Country Kitchen and take a stroll through the vineyards to the dam, into the rose garden or to the shade of an oak tree and make yourself comfortable. Unpack your basket of delights, a cold bottle of wine, lay back, relax and watch the horse riders meandering along the vineyard paths on their way to enjoying a wine tasting and cellar tour at Mont Rochelle.Open daily from 10:00 to 19:00 (Last seating at 18:00)Dinner Monday and Tuesday at 19:00 (Last seating at 20:30)Closed Wednesday to Sunday for dinner.
Keimoes Country restaurant
De Werf offers country-style cuisine in an elegant setting and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner at reasonable prices. The menu features organic ingredients,locally sourced meat and poultry and the freshest vegetables and herbs. An impressive range of wines and other beverages are also available. A laid-back atmosphere, good food and spectacular views are served a plenty.
Kareedouw Country restaurant
Die Plaaswerf is a beautiful farm restaurant and venue with amazing mountain views. The warm and welcoming interior has a fireplace and a stocked bar. The food is excellently prepared with a country influence. Sundays host a buffet menu. The large lawn is great for kids. The hospitality is friendly and efficient. Please call for further information.
Central Drakensberg Fusion restaurant
This four star dining establishment welcomes with a warm country ambiance and excellent a la Carte menu.
Expect hearty contemporary country cuisine with a slant on fusion dining to tantalise the taste buds.
An international buffet specialty tempts with endless dining and the country style pub concludes with a nightcap and friendly conversation.
Clarens Country restaurant
Fantastic atmosphere, excellent food and world-class wines compliments true country hospitality and delicious robust country cuisine.
Enjoy dining with a personal touch during chilly winters savoring delicate venison, roast Lamb shank, Duck, Trout and Free State oxtail.
The pub lunch menu compliments languid dining alongside lighter meals, pizza and entertaining children’s menu.
Visit Duck and Hound Family Steakhouse for a taste of atmospheric dining in the Eastern Free State Highlands of Clarens.
Arcadia Fusion restaurant
Revered as an institution in Arcadia, Eastwoods Tavern caters for all major sporting events and makes a great venue for families too.
The expansive menu brims with choice, ranging from lighter meals to compliment your drinks, quick meals to stock up before heading off to a game and main course dishes for indulgent dining.
Dine indoors or alfresco, which benefits from an outdoor kitchen cooking sizzling grills, succulent steaks and finger licking ribs.
Other choices on offer include hearty Bangers and Mash, T-bone steak, traditional Biltong and Goats Cheese salad and pootjies served with rice.
Round off our meal with fine local cheeses or decadent Malva Pudding.
McGregor Country restaurant
Dose up on decadent delights wrapped in quirky décor and country ambiance, Eseltjiesrus Country Kitchen robes the palate with South African cuisine infused with an international twist.
Start the day with a full breakfast, omelette, French toast or a health option of muesli, yoghurt, fresh fruit and honey.
Light lunches offer toasted sandwiches and homemade hamburgers followed by heartier meals such as homemade pies, oxtail ragout, Lamb curry and coq-au-van.
The bakery delights with homemade scones and savoury muffins, baked daily, and a varied selection of decadent deserts.
Revive a balmy summer day with a glass of refreshing homemade ginger beer and lemonade or select homegrown wines from the small but affordable wine list.
Vegetarians pamper the palate with varied delights such as spinach and blue cheese pie, vegetarian lasagne and lentil nut roast.
Dine indoors or alfresco on the patios, looking out onto a garden brimming with Aloes and Palms. Eseltjierus Country Kitchen is the perfect place for slow breakfasts and teatime treats.
Franschhoek Country restaurant
Fyndraai is an exciting restaurant with a local twist, on the Solms-Delta wine estate outside Franschhoek. The food, like its adventurous wines, lives up to the Solms-Delta claim of being proudly Hiervandaan (‘from this place’).You not only walk into history in the 325-year-old wine farm restaurant, you walk OVER it. The glass floor covers the archaeological substructure of a 1740 wine cellar.The innovative menu further combines historical ingredients with contemporary tastes. Seasonal menus with daily specials break away from the Franschhoek norm, with food that is “anything but french”. Instead, Fyndraai explores genuine Cape culinary traditions: European, Asian and African. This truly is ‘food of origin’. Enjoy your meal paired with the equally innovative Solms wines that range from the serious and highly rated through unusual to light-hearted quaffers. There’s something for all palates and pockets - by the bottle and the glass. And yes, there is a glossary translating the unfamiliar local names for foreign visitors.Picnic throughout the year in the farm’s enchanting riverside forest. Appetising fresh baskets are available, with delicious vegetarian options.Booking for parties of more than 10 essential and set menus available for groups.Solms-Delta is the perfect place for a day out in the country. Make sure you include Wine tasting and a visit to the farm Museum van de Caab too - admission to both is free.Fyndraai is open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10.00am to 6.00pm; Sundays and Mondays 10.00am to 5.00pm. Drinks and snacks will be available from 10.00am to 12.00noon, following which lunch will be served.
Hekpoort Country restaurant
This beautiful fantasy restaurant is aptly set against the backdrop of equally beautiful Magaliesburg, near the Cradle of Humankind. Artwork and sculptures that seem to be from a land of fairytales adorn the interior and garden. There is a great playground for the kids, as well as an aviary, giant puppets and even a 'Fairywinkle' shop with gifts that suit only the finest princes and princesses. Gorgeous food and amazing cocktails round off this experience, and that is what it is - an experience.
Magaliesburg Country restaurant
The menu exudes country warmth and invites languid lunches in the shade of an old tree or within the comfort of the shaded stoep.
Enjoy freshly made comfort food flanked by the Magaliesburg Mountains and the smell of freshly brewed coffee.
Constantia Cape Malay restaurant
The Jonkershuis is situated in the historic core of the Groot Constantia Wine Estate, overlooking the Constantia Valley Vineyards and with Panoramic views across False Bay.
Being situated in one of Cape Town's 'Big 6' destinations allows Jonkershuis to offer groups and individuals more than just a memorable dining experience. Enquire about a trip through the historic Manor House or a Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour of the Groot Constantia Cellars. There are also fantastic views of the Peninsula from the historic Baths high on the estate for those energetic visitors.
Relaxed and inviting, dine alfresco overlooking False Bay and Groot Constantia Manor House underneath the oak trees or in the Jonkershuis courtyard under the grape vines. Inside dining is elegant and informal with the double-sided fireplace adding warmth and grandeur during those chilly winter months.
Situated next to the main restaurant is a room with two large wood burning fireplaces at each end, a wooden ceiling and stable doors leading to the historic core and wagon courtyard, a perfect spot for groups wishing a more private area or a wine tasting to accompany dinner.
Bistro-style dining with a Cape Malay influence characterises the stylish and varied menu. The emphasis is on flavour, using the best local ingredients and fresh produce from boutique suppliers wherever possible.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 09h00 to 22h00, and on Sundays from 09h00 to 16h00. From 15 May to 15 August, the restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday, from 09h00 to 16h00 - the kitchen closes at 16h00 and then serves deserts and cheeseboards from 16h00 to 17h00.
For large evening bookings please contact [email protected]
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