Food and drink
The menu changes often but expect South African ingredients in a fine dining scenario - playful elements like 'smoke' and 'air' and other snap, crackles and pops up the fun factor but most importantly - the focus on exquisite layerings of intense taste sensations is never lost.
Try the locally reared Peking duck breast, confit leg tortellini, pea parfait,butternut, juniper and pomegranate but save space for the Mulberries, bitter chocolate ganache, lemon thyme and buffalo yoghurt sherbet.
Despite the festivities on the plates, the tone is quiet and even hushed - the food really is the hero.
The team here are encouraged to relate their own experiences and family memories of the heritage ingredients and traditional offerings given a modern twist and the effect is inclusive and educational.
R620 for five course menu.
Tables to book
An table on the terrace is a summertime treat.
The on site sister restaurant The Common Room serves laidback all day eats with an undeniably sophisticated twist.
- Culture vultures
- Special occasions