South Africa Bistro Wine Farm Restaurants South Africa Overview
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Robertson Bistro restaurant
Freshly baked on the premises daily and with an assortment of jams and other accompaniments, Bodega do Vinho is a delight for the tastebuds.
An enticing aroma of coffee and freshly baked fare make for a truly inviting atmosphere that puts diners at ease and encourages relaxation. To help with the escape from the hustle and bustle, outside is a children’s play area that is also dog-friendly so the parents can really enjoy their leisure time at Bodega do Vinho.
Franschhoek Bistro restaurant
Freedom Hill Restaurant offers country-style hospitality on its stunning wine estate in the Franschhoek region.
With views of the Berg River Valley and Simonsberg Mountains, Freedom Hill has an exquisite back drop for a meal sitting any time of day. Enjoy afternoon tea on the terrace or sundowners in the late afternoon for a laid back time out. Not limited to lighter meal variations, the restaurant also has a well rounded and complete lunch and dinner menu with starters, mains and pudding.
The menu offers a selection of mouth watering canapés as finger food to compliment a social drinks meet (and eat) or as a nibble between meals. The a la carte menu is an explosion of flavours with starters such as Sardine and Mascarpone Cheese Quiche, or Quail Breast with Nougat Salad. The main courses cover a variety of meat dishes as well pasta. Dessert is a decadent affair with the likes of Vanilla and Amarula pan cotta with fresh strawberries or, a chocoholic’s dream: Double Chocolate Mousse with Pistachio Nuts. Be sure to enquire about the daily specials.
Not only is Freedom Hill an eatery worth visiting, it is also a wedding and function venue. Personal wine tastings are available to guests.
Somerset West Bistro restaurant
Housed in a quaint and beautiful cottage set at the bottom of the estate, Sofia’s depicts a nostalgic rural Italy ambiance.
Dine within the characterful interior on deliciously chewy ciabatta mopped up the estate’s rich and fruity award-winning olive oil. Then sample the antipasto with ingredients sourced from the farm.
For starters try the classic Niçoise salad or green asparagus soup served with an asparagus flan. For main courses try butter-soft lamb medallions or pan-fried trout with salmon tortellini and braised fennel.
Desserts are sinfully delicious serving classics such as stone fruit crumble with pepper ice cream.
Enjoy a classic bistro lunch or dinner within the stunning interior or alfresco on the stoep wrapped in grape vines.
Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant
Tokara Wine Estate already has a place on the map with its renowned Tokara fine dining restaurant, but now also caters for a casual eating out experience with its DeliCatEssen. The deli’s café style (and slightly cat obsessed) restaurant hosts breakfast and lunch.
The wine estate is located in the Helshoogte pass between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek and overlooks the splendour of False Bay, Table Mountain, and the Simonsberg Mountains. The laid back atmosphere makes it easy to unwind and with the children duly occupied with the outdoor play section and table activities like colouring in, parents really can delve into the menu and chillax.
Expect traditional deli fare: Tokara’s own olive oils, artisanal cheeses and charcuterie, preserves, pastries, cakes and quiches. The breakfast menu delivers a health breakfast, coconut bread and jam, scrambled egg and bacon and baked egg and spinach. And for the kiddies? Corn flakes or scrambled egg. With the emphasis on fresh, local, organic, preservative-free farm produce one can look forward to hearty unpretentious food.
The menu has a quirky element and follows through on the Cat theme with anecdotes to the likes of: Has the Cat got your tongue? The restaurant also offers a buffet lunch on Sundays.
Paarl Bistro restaurant
A warm and welcoming bistro set in a beautiful countryside scene in the Winelands of Paarl.
A small choice of wines from the estate are available to accompany the tasty traditional food on offer.
An endearingly humble spot in which to relax and watch the world go by.
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