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The restaurant menu includes brunch, lunch and dinner. Start with the three egg and spears. It includes grilled asparagus served with a soft-poached egg, soft boiled egg and Hollandaise sauce, balanced with cold, smoked trout. Lunch has a biker feel - think bursting burgers, fried hake, Chinese sticky-pork ribs and the King Caesar salad. Dish descriptions are delightful: Big-Boep pork belly and Lady-Boss salad. For dinner the falling-off-the-bone oxtail, with loads of red wine and fresh herbs comes highly recommended. Remember to leave space for a super-generous slice of mouth-watering carrot cake.
Well-trained baristas create a delicious, creamy-textured, cappuccino served at the correct temperature. The cold-pressed juices are genuinely fresh. Choices include pineapple, rose, beetroot, carrot, apple and ginger. Alcoholic beverages are reasonably priced.
The restaurant’s selection of authentic country fare and the friendly-yet-competent team have put this popular Midlands dining venue firmly on KwaZulu-Natal’s culinary map. Expect appropriate, courteous service - happy hospitality.
I enjoy the upstairs seating that overlooks mesmerising vistas of the Umgeni Valley. Interesting artefacts, from cutlery and crockery to chairs and tables – that must have come from ouma’s home - help enhance the casual farmhouse vibe.
Food made with love.
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