Country cooking at its very best with no pretence, no blobs of this and that on the plate to distract one, no sign of haute anywhere. Generous portions obviously please the locals to no end. Try the twice-baked cheese soufflé with a chive cream, salt-dried cherry tomatoes and roasted pine nuts, or the seared beef carpaccio with roast baby beets and creamed horse radish for flavourful starts. Go onto slow roast pork belly with fresh ginger, chilli and caramel sauce served with broccoli and creamed potatoes or the superb prawn and fish cakes with marinated marrows and homemade tartar sauce, and finish up with fabulous rhubarb crumble with vanilla ice cream and custard, just like Gran used to make.
The Rupert connection ensures a superior list with some fabulous surprises. Nevertheless, there are affordable options.
Friendly, knowledgeable, and efficient.
The place is light and airy without being so elegant you could feel intimidated. The stoep is just the place to watch the hurly burly of Somerset West at its best.
Take home some of the excellent products available at their deli – all profits go to the Imibala Trust.
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