6 brilliant buffet specials in the Winelands

A glass of vino in the sun with a plate filled with delectable eats – that’s what we call a perfect day. Make the dream a reality with these spots in the Winelands offering all-you-can-eat buffets.

Bosman’s Restaurant at The Grande Roche Hotel (Paarl)

Kick off the day with a luxurious breakfast buffet. The elegant setting will make you feel pampered as you enjoy offerings of seasonal fruit, local yoghurts and cheeses, cold cuts, and Danish pastries. Hot items include eggs done to your liking with a choice of hearty accompaniments. For a party of eight or less, the cost is R220 per person and for nine or more guests it’s R200 per person.

Flavours at The Devon Valley Hotel (Stellenbosch)

Terrace-style eating is offered at this pretty spot, nestled in the verdant Devon Valley, but there’s also the cosy interior for chilly days. The Sunday buffet is wildly popular and features around 12 starters, meaty main courses of lamb, pork, oxtail, famous chicken-and-mushroom pie, and various accompaniments. Desserts are a treat, and the cheese platter with pear-and-raisin chutney and excellent coffee complete the generous offering, which is priced at R265 a head.

A lamb dish prepared and served at Flavours Restaurant. Photo supplied.

The Garden Terrace at NH Lord Charles (Somerset West)

Head to the Garden Terrace restaurant for a lavish breakfast buffet featuring everything from smoked salmon, pastries and cold cuts, to grilled favourites, cheeses and breads, at R165 per person. Guests can also tuck into a large Sunday lunch buffet for R295.

Seventeen07 at Erinvale Hotel (Somerset West)

This picturesque Winelands restaurant serves a lavish lunch buffet every Sunday. Expect tables laden with excellent starters, soups, mains and desserts, with a carvery featuring roast pork with crackling and one other meat. (R225 per person and R125 for children under the age of 12). The menu changes regularly.

Lust Bistro & Bakery (Franschhoek)

You’ll have to nab this one on the first Sunday of every month. Adults pay R195 for a full buffet with a wide variety of changing dishes. The line-up could include dishes like beef and mushroom pie, Coronation chicken and pork cheek. On the salad front comes coleslaw, Mediterranean potato salad and a three-bean salad. There will also be a selection of sausages with accompanying condiments. Desserts could include a strawberry and white chocolate pavlova and a malva pudding with Amarula crème anglaise. Children under 14 years old pay R99 and the buffet goes from 12pm to 3pm. Eat out on the sunny terrace for the perfect Sunday.

Rhone Restaurant at Boschendal (Franschhoek)

This traditional Cape buffet is one for the books. Hosted every Sunday (and other days of the week, for groups of 20 or more), the buffet features dishes that pay homage to the estate’s heritage as a traditional Boland farm. Taste recipes handed down through generations of Boschendal cooks, with dishes like crispy roast potatoes, bobotie with homemade chutney, curried fish, baked lamb and roast beef. Also enjoy a selection of salads, hot and cold starters, sambal, rotis, and soups with freshly baked bread. End off with brandy snaps bursting with whipped cream along with good coffee. The buffet costs R325 per person (and R160 for children under the age of 10) and includes a welcome drink you can savour on the stoep before heading inside for the feast.

Please note that, while we take care to ensure that the specials listed here are accurate, some deals and prices may change without our knowledge.

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