Starters could include a sweet potato and biltong soup and springbok carpaccio. Every single mouthful is an absolute taste sensation, with perfect balance.
For mains, go for the seafood hot pot with squid, cubed line fish, mussels and buttered toasted ciabatta, or the lightly seasoned beef fillet. The beef fillet is divinely tender and the roasted new potatoes in duck fat are cooked to perfection.
End with coffee and the flourless chocolate cake topped with amasi ice cream and honeycomb. It’s light and fluffy, leaving you feeling satisfied but light.
All courses have a drinks pairing option and they showcase a range of local wines, sparkling wines and liqueurs.
Efficient, attentive and friendly staff.
This is a tranquil space that inspires dreamers and lovers alike. The hotel is decked out in Le Grange décor throughout, and special attention to details has been paid to all elements. The restaurant has special acoustics designed to offer intimate conversations and looks out onto lush gardens and an inviting pool area.
Open to the public and booking is essential
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