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The Foodbarn

The Foodbarn
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  • Phone Number 021 789 1390
  • Location Noordhoek Farm Village, Village Lane, Noordhoek, Cape Town
  • email info@thefoodbarn.co.za
  • Website URL www.thefoodbarn.co.za
  • Opening Hours

    Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12noon - 2.30pm

    Dinner: Summer: Tuesday to Saturday 7pm - 9.30pm; Winter: Wednesday to Sunday 7pm to 9.30pm

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Cost
3 course with wine pairings R360, without wine pairings R300
Ambience
Classic elegance, Comfy & casual
Food
Bistro fare, Country-style fare, Fine-dining food, French, Modern, Vegetarian
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
R50

Critic's review

Sam Linsell

Food
With a solid reputation of serving delicious French-inspired dishes that combine South African flavours with aplomb, The Foodbarn is a highlight in the Southern Peninsula food scene. Acclaimed chef Franck Dangereux heads up the kitchen. Situated in the bustling Noordhoek Farm Village, the beautiful but casual restaurant is a haven of tranquility and fine cuisine.

The menu changes regularly and through the season but you can expect dishes like duck liver parfait with toasted brioche, a creamy white seafood soup, and ravioli with wild mushrooms to start. The tian of prawns is delectable, with layers of flavour and texture. For mains there will always be a sustainable seafood dish, meat and vegetarian options on the menu, and likely a braised offal dish cooked to perfection.

The desserts are always a decadent highlight, and classic dishes are presented with an inspiring twist of flavour and flair. Portions are generous but not overwhelming and it’s worth opting for at least three courses.

Drinks
They have a very impressive and extensive wine list with a good range of local and international wines. If you want to pair a wine with your meal, each course comes with a recommended wine by-the-glass pairing.

Service
Top-quality service that is highly attentive and professional.

Ambience
This is a blue and white beach house that is shabby chic with elegant touches. The venue is perfect for both formal or more casual occasions. It's also a great space for larger parties and private functions and the upstairs section can be hired as a separate venue.

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In winter they offer 50% off all la carte weekday lunches (excluding public holidays). They also run regular special wine-paired menus, featuring wines from a specific estate which are excellent value and highly recommended. Stop off at The Foodbarn and Deli on your way out to pick up something delicious from their bakery.

(September 2016)

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  • Raphaella Frame-Tolmie

    Food
    With his French roots and years spent in various kitchens of reputable local restaurants, chef Franck Dangereux has perfected the art of combining fine-dining expertise with South African flavours and ingredients. The menu at The Foodbarn offers a variety of simple-sounding country fare that’s served with finesse. You can opt for a tasting menu or order à la carte, and good news for vegetarians is that there's a full menu of entirely suitable, creative options. For those watching their waistlines, if you see LC next to an item on the menu, it means low calorie. For starters, the goat’s cheese fritter with roasted celeriac, goat’s feta crème and Morello cherry sauce is light but punchy on flavour, and you’ll notice the French heritage in dishes like the comforting bouillabaise soup. There is usually a risotto option on the menu, and it’s often flexible – a pumpkin-and-blue-cheese risotto with pumpkin seeds and pea shoots, for example, with an optional addition of prawns. For those with a penchant for a locally inspired dish, the curried oxtail tripe is well-cooked, tender and balanced in flavour. The dessert list offers an array of exciting creations, such as a berry and orange gratin in Amandine sabayon with granadilla curd ice cream, and even the more classic choices have a twist, such as silky crème brûlée with a rhubarb-and-vanilla compote at its base.

    Drinks
    The concise, approachable wine list has options for every taste, and if you’re really not sure, every dish on the menu comes with a recommended wine pairing.

    Service
    Thanks to an efficient booking system you’ll receive an SMS with confirmation of your reservation almost immediately. Service is professional, friendly and attentive without being overbearing.

    Ambience
    The restaurant is prettily decorated in hues of blue and white. It lends itself well to both a relaxed meal and a more special occasion.

    And…
    If you enjoy what you eat, you can purchase one of the three recipe books by chef Franck Dangereux, or pop over to the Foodbarn Deli nearby, for a few delicious treats to snack on later.

    (October 2015)

  • Eat Out judges

    Food 
    The Foodbarn has always been a great choice for a lazy weekend lunch and boasts a loyal following of diners who appreciate chef Franck Dangereux’s French-style sauces and techniques. This is certainly not a Noakes-friendly establishment, with puff pastry, fritters, potpies and creamy sauces all over the show – and happily so. (If you are of the banting persuasion and looking for something lighter, they do offer some lower calorie meals, indicated ‘LC’.) Standout dishes include mushroom ravioli smothered in a rich and delicious fontina and truffle cream, and it’s very hard to resist the prawn fritters. Dishes like perfectly al dente risotto and Franck’s signature “offal of the day” – perhaps tripe cooked to melt-in-the-mouth softness with a touch of chilli – are always an event. Dessert is memorable: a fruit gratin with a sabayon is lifted with granadilla curd ice cream, and a trio of homemade sorbets – berry, guava and yoghurt – is a subtle, fresh and very light treat.

    Drinks 
    The restaurant is known for their expert wine pairing suggestions with every dish. They offer some very good wines, like the Newton Johnson Chardonnay and the Howard Booysen Riesling (a popular choice).

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    Guests can expect a helpful and informative approach from waiters who know never to interrupt when not needed and disappear when they are.

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    The building, with it dark blue and crystal accents, is no barn but rather a modern and relaxed venue. There is something very pleasing about tucking into indulgent food in the barn rafters on a wintry day, surrounded by happily quaffing regulars.

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    The eatery’s lovely winter specials are well worth the drive.

    (July 2014)

  • Here they celebrate elegant, mouth-watering food and the good life. Top local ingredients are presented with French flourishes by chef Franck Dangereux, such as roasted lamb with tomato-pecorino quiche; ‘offal of the day’; pumpkin and celeriac risotto; and beef with a wickedly rich bourguignonne sauce. Striking an easy balance between rustic and smart, pale blue and chalky white décor create a farm-style atmosphere but with lightness and grace.
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    Noordhoek Farm Village, with its unhurried pace and outdoorsy atmosphere, is a fitting home for The Foodbarn, a gem that celebrates quality produce and the good life. Top local ingredients are presented with French flourishes, impressive both to diners familiar with Franck Dangereux's culinary chops (he was formerly head chef at Top 10 restaurant [La Colombe](http://eatout.co.za/Restaurants/3684/Cape-Town/Fusion-French-South-African/La-Colombe ""La Colombe""), where he cooked for Oprah and Leonardo DiCaprio), as well as those who’ve arrived at this unpretentious restaurant with no expectations. Starter surprises like pork tripe spring rolls feature alongside fish soup, steak tartare and mussel fritters on a seasonal menu, so even regulars could never become bored with Franck’s food. The prawn tempura on a confit tomato, aubergine and avo tian with a sweet chilli and basil salsa is full of flavour: the crunch of the golden batter providing contrast to the delicate prawn flesh. Vegetarian mushroom ravioli pockets are superb in both taste and texture, served with a silky black truffle sauce. Mains are generously and attractively plated, but without too much fuss. Deciding between the likes of roasted lamb rack with tomato and pecorino quiche, sustainable fish in a puff-pastry case, and intriguing ‘offal of the day’ (kidney and lamb pot pie) is difficult. In the end, the pumpkin and celeriac risotto (off the more than sufficient vegetarian menu) is deliciously tender and glossy, with the addition of toasted almonds and baby leaves for crunch, while the grass-fed Botswana sirloin is pleasingly pink, served with a polenta croquette – punchy with garlic – and a wickedly rich bourguignonne sauce. This is elegant, mouth-watering food with little extra touches to place it high in the estimation of fine dining lovers, despite its more accessible appeal. Thoroughly enjoyable desserts of churros with cinnamon ice cream and custard brûlée, and strawberry cheesecake with rhubard panna cotta round off the meal.

    Wine
    Wine pairings are suggested for each of the dishes on the menu, which is a nice touch. If you are looking for just a glass of something else, the list has a handful of options for each varietal at surprisingly reasonable prices.

    Service
    Staff are warm and charming. You receive the right amount of attention and feel as if your experience genuinely matters to the waiter. Cutlery is deftly replaced after each course, wine and water glasses are topped up discreetly, and an off-menu milkshake is even whipped up in a wink. The kitchen is on the ball, with courses arriving perfectly on time.

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    The white glass-pane doors of the restaurant open onto a welcoming interior. Striking an easy balance between rustic and smart, the exposed-beam thatch roof, stone-coloured floors and pale blue and chalky white décor create a farm-style atmosphere but with lightness and grace. Quirky elements like an old window framing vintage silver cutlery and curling decorative metalwork complement the fancier French pieces like a ball-and-claw reception table.

    And...
    The Foodbarn restaurant is in a separate building to Foodbarn Deli and Tapas (on the opposite side of the large Noordhoek Farm Village parking lot), so you might find yourself wandering around under the stars if you arrive for the first time at night. Keep right as you enter the lot and you’ll see the old barn building. (Linda Scarborough, July 2013)

User reviews

  • his is one of my all time favourites. The food is unpretentious and always delicious. The waitrons are well trained and friendly, they know the menu well and will refold your napkin every time you leave the table. I have never been caught with an empty wine glass, and they often throw in an added extra in the form of a palette cleanser or truffles. As it's name suggestions it is located in an old barn, which has high ceilings and loads of natural light during the day. The decor is very welcoming and homely. If you don't live down south, this one is definitely worth breaking out the passports for.
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  • Do yourself a favour, drive out there, let your hair down, order a nice bt of wine from their great wine list and give yourself time to enjoy... This was the best and most relaxed lunch we've had in a very long time. Outstanding quality produce skillfully prepared. I can't decide which dish was the best between the 7 dishes we had... AND they have a safe gated children playground at the back! #WhatelseDoYouWant? Simply awesome...
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  • An oasis amidst the bustle of Noordhoek Farm Village, 'The Food Barn' remains a culinary star in the southern Peninsula. With its seasonal a la carte and tasting menus, it is in the higher price bracket, but Franck (always welcoming, friendly and knowing his guests) is a joy to support. With delicious starters such as those prawn fritters and some wonderful desserts such as the posset, one doesn't even need to indulge in a main. Useful too are wines by the caraffe and the bottle, and their Winter special menus have a deservedly loyal following. Great and unusual sadly in Cape Town, to see the simple but effective use of fresh flowers as part of the decor.
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  • We were lucky enough to get a last minute booking (cancellation) for The Foodbarn yesterday. Had such a delicious Sunday lunch and experience. The lamb was recommended by our waitress and was absolutely perfect for yesterday's rainy day. The peanut ice-cream, which accompanied the Belgian chocolate dessert, was more-ish! Service was friendly and attentive and restaurant is well suited for a comfortable Sunday lunch. Will definitely be back.
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  • My first visit to Noordhoek I stumbled upon this hidden gem. Never will I visit Cape Town again without paying The Foodbarn a visit. The food is pricey but definitely worth every cent. Special mention to James who served us most recently. He epitomizes The Foodbarn Brand. Well done James!
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  • This is truly a gem of a place, from the food to the service, this place is truy a 5 star experience. Their wine selection is well priced and good variety. This place has stormed into my top 5.

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  • Wow! The best restaurant by far in Cape Town! We had their Winter Special menu last night with Nitida wine paring. I had 3 courses and my husband had 5 courses! Everything was excellent, from the tasty beautifully presented food to the service. Bravo Franck, we will be back!

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  • We are London based, but always pay a visit to The Foodbarn whenever in Cape Town, and it never disappoints. Every dish is expertly cooked and presented and the suggested wines for each course complement the food perfectly. Keep up the good work Franck, The Foodbarn is high on my list of best ever restaurants!

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  • One of my favourite restaurants. Wonderful food with creative, well-married flavours and spot on wine pairings. Culinary genius is at work here and Franck's food never disappoints.
    Service is good.

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  • I never go to Cape Town and not eat there. Past Friday lunch I saw Frank at the Chefs table with a group of clients loving every morsel of his amazing food! I heard him telling the clients that he does not have a fine dining restaurant. I beg to differ. It is more than fine. It is his passion and one can taste it! Thank you also for those amazing apricot boozy shooters. Apart from those I never drink any alcohol because of the taste .

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  • Had dinner on Saturday evening with 2 friends. Loved the food but the best boosy shooters ever. The grapefruit and mango was both available and we had doubles! The pasta with home made tomato sauce was wonderfull. My friend had the special 5-course set menu. He raved about it.

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  • The food was very tasty, well presented and sufficient.

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  • Foodbarn is Fantastic! This was our 3rd visit, and it just gets better! We had brought our overseas friends for Saturday lunch. To start with we managed to be late, but no problem - kithen waited for our orders and all smiles. Thank you so much, it made our day. We enjoyed tuna carpaccio, prawn tian, and a salad with goats cheese. Delicious. For mains we had two variations of linefish (kingklip. One was a la carte, and one was part of the bistro menu (a bit confusing), both very good. Lamb was unfortunately not available this day (only draw back) so beef was on om´ne plate, and then a lovely risotto. No one had room for dessert, but I`m sure they are delightful. We had some cheese, it was a very good selection. Foodbarn is definately worth a long detour! Don´t miss the opportunity to a great winetasting before, at the very nearby Cape Point Vineyards at the bottom of Chapmans Peak, just around the corner. Excellent.
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  • Went to the Eat Out Awards and had dinner the Saturday evening before. What amazing food, service and standards that stay sky high! Loved the boozey shooters!
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  • Fantastic food with style. They offer something for the adventurous diner. What a pity it is a far drive. They are pet friendly too!
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  • We received an email for the Foodbarns 4 course dinner with wine pairing from Tierhoek wine estate and booked immediately. What a fantastic evening! We arrived and were greeted with a glass of house white whilst everyone mingled. After being seated, Franck introduced the evening and our first course - watercress soup with fynbos smoked mussels. Delicious! I would have been happy with just that for the whole evening. The mussels had an incredible flavour. Our next course was served with a chenin blanc, and the Thai spiced kingklip was perfectly cooked, with a fabulous accompanying sauce that had hints of coconut, lemon grass and chili - nothing too overpowering - perfectly blended. The strawberry and rosemary drinking sorbet was delicious and very unique combination. The springbok noisettes were served with a red grenache which was light enough to go with the game meat. The apricot tarte tatin was the perfect complement and tartness to the springbok. Dessert was a pear and apple tarte tatin - fruit was soft and golden in the caramel, and the pastry crisp. For R250pp, the evening was fun, affordable and utterly delicious! Thank you Franck and Kerry.
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  • What a disappointment. We visited on a day of a big birthday party, which clearly threw the entire restaurant into a tailspin (something the host kept referring to as the afternoon went from bad to worse to embarrassing). The standard of food wasnt simply poor. It bordered on inept, A sublime bourride and tasty tart of aubergine, Gorgonzola, and onion marmalade couldnt make up for the mushroom duxelle starter that had all the character of a pasty gray pulverised mess. Orders came wrong repeatedly. Rack of lamb -- one ordered medium rare and the other ordered rare -- both arrived in 1/2 cm slices and so miserably overcooked and even the waiter couldnt distinguish which was which. Atop that, the advertised mustard/breadcrumb topping was missing. The butternut and pine nut risotto was presented in a flan mold and therefore had the consistency of pasty, borderline al dente arborio with no depth of flavor or flair. (The gritty emmanthaler sauce that accompanied it was simply a mistake.) The grilled kingklip was fine, but thats about it. Everyone at our table commented on how surprising it was that all of the sauces on the autumn/winter bistro menu were pretty indistinguishable -- again characterless beurre blanc-style sauces that were meant in one dish to have rosemary and garlic (couldnt taste it, honest to g*d) and truffle in the other (couldnt taste or see it). As for the fish, quite honestly, it was as if Mr. Dangereux decided that his autumn/winter special would be much easier if he used an all-in-one base. When queried about this, the waitress informed us that the only ingredient they shared in all dishes was truffle oil. Oh please, the only thing I hate worse than inept excuses is throwing out the truffle card and then waiting as if for the communal gasp of approval. The chocolate dessert was fine but somewhat pedestrian and cliche -- weve seen them done better in innumerable other restaurants -- and both the trio of sorbets and the yogurt sorbet should have been labeled granita as they were unforgivably grainy. By the end, there was no other way to describe the lunch than gaspingly poor. Even the chosen wine suggestion for the autumn/winter special Menu was terrible (a Badenhorst family Shiraz blend). One might want to assume that we had a table of grumps, but we truly looked forward to visiting Foodbarn and simply felt let down in a big way. Even the table next door to us returned their paper thin lamb chops and appeared as unhappy as we. One hopes that this might simply be a hiccup (as even the waitstaff were clearly aware that things were quickly going south), but for now, all we can say is that itll take a lot for us to ever visit again. A real shame and a shock.
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  • Fantastic is the word to describe the food. Far exceeded our (high) expectations. We had the R185 winter special for 3 courses and a glass of wine. What impressed me the most was the extremely reasonable wine list prices eg. about R55 mark-up on the Cape Point Vineyards Isliedh! A restaurant not trying to rip off customers with their wine list will see me back for more...oh yes and theres the food too!
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  • Cathy says find it all rather irritating and proceeded to ignore us for the next 20 minutes.My tip .....Whether I am on my own or with guests, I (with everyone at my table) seem to become invisible at times. So when I think we should reveal our presence at a restaurant, I simply phone the restaurant, and request to speak to the manager. I then direct him towards our table and voilà! No more invisibility.
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  • We had a reservation last Wednesday evening. As it was a warm evening, we asked to sit outside. Although this was easily arranged the hostess seemed to find it all rather irritating and proceeded to ignore us for the next 20 minutes. When she did eventually notice us, she admitted that she had forgotten about us. The rest of the evening and the food was very enjoyable but the service was not up to scratch, although we noticed that the waiters were very eager to cater to two other couples, also sitting outside, perhaps because they had foreign accents?I paid the bill and added a 10 percent tip, which I am quite certain is the going rate. Our waitress neither acknowledged this gratuity or thanked us for our patronage, and actually managed to look the other way when we left.I have been to your restaurant several times and wanted to impress my guest who was visiting from Australia, but have to admit I was embarrassed by your staffs attitude and lack of service. I am certain that you will not reply to this e-mail but hope at least that it will make some sort of impact with other lowly South African diners.
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  • We had a very pleasant Sunday lunch under the trees whilst the children played happily in the play area. The food was delicous and service better than when I was last there.
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  • What a great place! Dinner yesterday with wife and two kids. We all loved it. The food was phenomenal and at under R200 for three courses incl. wine it was also very good value. The service was good but not excellent, and that was probably due to the fact that the restaurant was full. I would love to go back during the middle oft he week. Will definitely return.
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  • I booked this restaurant for my birthday yesterday as a friend recommended it to me. I could not get through on the phone, and when I eventually did, they were full, but could give me a table at 2.30pm, which was a bit late. The lady said she would come back to me if she had a cancellation, which she did, and said we could dine at noon or 2pm, so we chose the latter. We travelled a long way for lunch from Sea Point to Noordhoek and arrived at 1.45pm, only to be told by a waiter, Oops, we have just given your table to someone else. Let me see what we can do. So, he pointed to a 2-seater at the door. A strong south-easter was howling and the door was being opened every other second by a waiter. Waiters were constantly running past the table, as was an enormous dog. I told the waiter that it was my birthday and his comment to that was, Nice try. So, I asked if he would like to see my ID - which I had on me - after which he apologised, saying that he thought I was trying to get something out of them. I was - a decent table.They offered me a table in the loft, which was dark, dingy and claustrophobic. When I asked why they had given my table away, they asked a woman - who I assume was the maître d - and she told me that the people werent happy at the table she had given them and had asked to move. She said that our table was all she had left, even though the restaurant had about 6 open tables. Supposedly, other people would be sitting there later. I asked her whether there wasnt something she could do, to which she replied, No. I was so taken aback by her despicable attitude and disinterest that I told her we would have to leave. Fine, she responded, and continued on her way. I wonder how the owners would feel about her bad attitude. I am very well connected in the area and I dont think theyll be happy knowing that I wont be recommending this restaurant to anyone. There are plenty of other restaurants - with a nicer atmosphere and charging a lot less than The Foodbarns R205 for a 3-course lunch - that would be happy to have our business.
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  • The popularity of this elegant barn setting eatery is clear to see from the regular full house and the difficulty in getting reservations. From the very first sensed aroma arising from the plate, one can observe that there is a master at work in this kitchen. Franck clearly understands the essences of ingredients and the balanced construction of a dish.The rustic exterior of this restaurant belies the contents of the to-be-discovered ‘treasure chest’, crystal chandeliers and all, and clearly the Cape Town socialites have noticed this as well. Sigh!The service is efficient, friendly and well trained, even though some of the wait staff appear to have completed senior school only last week.The Spring Bistro and al la carte menu options do overlap in some of the choices, but I hasten to add that the Bistro menu is excellent value with 3 dishes and a carafe wine for R175. Franck is certainly not shy with his portion sizes and my healthy appetited American guests and I felt more than adequately fed after just a main course. My “sun dried & fresh tomato risotto with basil, mesclun leaves and truffled Emmenthaler sauce” was rich and creamy with perfectly cooked risotto that did not taste of cardboard as is so often the case. For R109 with the added prawns, I thought it was a sumptuous dish and my guest concurred.Healthy portions aside, there is a difference between a large plate of boring grub and a generous serving of well constructed food and here you will find the latter.This is a restaurant that I can, and do, make a weekly stop at without feeling like it is going to break the bank as much as my diet.
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  • Yum and double yum! Once again Franck serves up delectable food, wonderful flavour combinations, gorgeous fresh produce, beautiful presentation. An absolute delight to the tastebuds - and coupled with a gorgeous and laidback setting, lovely decor and exemplary and friendly service.A real treat!
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  • Had a excellent Saturday lunch at the Foodbarn. Service cannot be faulted and the meal was outstanding. I continue to reccommend it to friends.
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  • Took a drive to Noordhoek on Saturday and was not disappointed at all! Initial confusion re restaurant vs deli (we explored a bit and got lured to the bakery & deli simply by following our noses!) but then happily sat down in restaurant to begin what turned out to be a sensory journey. Opted for the bistro menu (thank heavens for recessionary concessions!) and enjoyed every morsel. The debate still rages as to who had the best meal - my veal sweetbreads were sublime, as was bouillabaise, husbands veal trotters. I concede defeat on the dessert front - his stewed quinces were yum! Cant wait to return. In the meanwhile am savouring sliver by sliver of pork pie purchased from the bakery & deli ....
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  • The food was exemplary, my wife and I went for the bistro menu as we dont eat a lot but wanted to try everything. Each course had such distinctive flavours that worked so well together, the service was just right (Alex) and I was pleased to see that we could have brought our dog with as there were three others in the restaurant. At last, a simple, honest eatery devoid of pretense yet focused on flavour. Well be back, dog in tow.
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  • Its worth travelling to Noordhoek just to be able to lick the plate after each course. The tasting menu is fantastic and excelletn value! What a pleasure to eat fabulous food whilst watching your kids have a good time. Franck is THE BEST!
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  • Dangereuxly delicious Francks famous for putting La Colombe on the national food map…but his mussel fritters with asian noodles and tom yum sauce will make the Food Barn in Noordhoek a must for everyone who remembers his uniquely satiny sauces and velvety veloutes.
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  • Saturday lunch with my family at the Foodbarn was a most memorable experience - from calling the restaurant for directions to the most heavenly desserts! We decided to opt for the winter lunch special - a great value 3 course lunch for R90. The garlic, chilli, tomato and prawn starter was fantastic - just the right amount of each ingredient. The lamb main course was probably our best main meal ever and the selection of desserts definitely had a wow factor. The service in between was friendly, informative and yet unobtrusive. Well Done Franck on a spectacular venue and meal. We cant wait for our next meal at the Foodbarn!
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  • amazing attention to detail, beautiful fresh tasting food and lovely staff
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