This relaxed wine estate offers casual dining in a stylish environment and refers to itself as a "fun dining" restaurant.
Kick off a weekend afternoon with the likes of fresh West Coast mussels in a white wine, coconut cream and chilli sauce with bread, or opt for Asian-style grilled tuna with ginger and chilli, served with a saffron aioli. For the less adventurous, a soup of the day or a grilled beef salad with Peppadews, cherry tomatoes and feta will hit the spot. Mains run the gamut from chermoula-marinated lamb shank with mashed potato, to chicken and seafood curries, pasta with prawns and white wine with chilli, garlic, spring onion and soy, steak with potato bake and carrot purée, and linefish with asparagus, lemon-butter sauce, roast baby tomatoes and mashed potato. There are also pizzas and burgers on offer, including a chickpea burger to please vegetarians. If you’re dining in a group, go for a meat, cheese or vegetarian platter, available in two sizes to feed a few or a crowd. Those with a sweet tooth will have to choose between two dishes: a chocolate malva pudding served with Amarula crème Anglaise, red wine-glazed cherries and vanilla ice cream, or a berry-and-cardamom cheesecake with berry coulis and strawberry ice cream.
Drinks include the estate's own very drinkable wines, both red and white, available by the glass and bottle, as well as soft drinks, spirits and beers.
Service is friendly and attentive.
A slick, stylish interior and a sun-drenched balcony with comfortable couches and a view of the vineyards encourages you to settle in for the day.
Book one of the cottages on the property and extend your stay.
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