Food and drink
Expect charcuterie in a myriad forms, homemade pickles and preserves, ribsticking slow cooked casseroles and cassoulets and lots of crusty breads to choose from. Estate wines and bubbly complete the rural picture.
It'd be a sin not to try Neil's outstanding charcuterie, in fact I'd say don't bother coming if you don't. Self trained, his offerings range from homemade chorizo to truffle studded salami and 18 month old cured hams. UK born Neil likes old school soul food - I love his Scotch eggs and say confession before tucking into his decadent pork belly and cassoulet mains, and the chicken liver parfait (available to take away from the deli) is really, really good. Tina's breads are a joy - no preservatives and made the old fashioned way. Though this is a carnivore's delight I'm always impressed with the inspired seasonal offerings for non-meat eaters.
A relax atmosphere pervades - belying the serious attention to quality behind the scenes. This is a good place to bring kids who can wander in the garden and among the vines.
Friendly, enthused and efficient.
Main courses are, on average, 120 rand.
Tables to book
Try to book at table outside if the weather's good.
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out