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Get your gourmet and grape groove on at the 2016 Taste the Helderberg showcase when this winter blues-busting food and wine affair celebrates the talents and tastes unique to this thriving region on Wednesday evening, 15 June 2016.
This sensory showcase of all things Helderberg serves up a treasure trove of the finer things in life with more than 100 premium wines to sip on and dishes from eminent local chefs and artisanal producers to warm the cockles.
The NH Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset West is set to be transformed into a one-stop wine route of home-grown happiness with more than 25 prominent wine producers who will share their wines with a cosy crowd. These include the likes of Bilton, Ken Forrester Wines, Longridge, Lyngrove, Peter Falke, Somerbosch, Vergenoegd and Waterkloof Estate.
Food lovers are also in for a royal treat at this year’s Taste the Helderberg, now in its 8th year, where a delicious smorgasbord of sumptuous delights ranging from signature dishes to decadent sweets will perk the most jaded palates.
“Here in the Helderberg we enjoy life and it tastes delicious! This diverse sub-route of the Stellenbosch Wine Routes is certainly hip and happening and it is its sensory soul that we invite people to come and savour at Taste the Helderberg,” shares Elmarie Rabe, Manager of the Stellenbosch Wine Route.
“This social event combines some of my favourite forms of nurturing people into a festive celebration. Good, fuss-free food, excellent wines, a fun night on town in the company of amicable locals and great music. So don’t let the cold keep you away from this rare opportunity to indulge in this hub of Helderberg deliciousness, all under one roof,” advises Elmarie.
The Helderberg Winelands area stretches from Somerset West to Stellenbosch and Sir Lowry’s Pass Village, with some of the country’s most lauded cellars, restaurants and eateries adding their passions and pleasures to this booming area.
The local wine community offers a varied bouquet that ranges from time-honoured cellars to cutting-edge boutique wineries; famed family-owned estates to eco-conscious pioneers.
Limited tickets for Taste the Helderberg 2016 are available at the cost of R100 per person. The ticket includes a wine glass and the opportunity to taste some of the best wines in the country. Numerous restaurants will tempt the taste buds with mouth-watering portions of their popular dishes which will be on sale throughout the evening.
Enthusiasts can get their happy on in the Helderberg from 17h00 to 21h00 and are encouraged to come straight after work to make the most of the evening.
For more information on Taste the Helderberg 2016 visit www.wineroute.co.za or call 021 886 8275. Tickets will also be available at the door but note that they sell like hotcakes.
Boschendal Farm offers every family a Mother’s Day to remember with outings ranging from a casual and relaxed picnic on the spacious estate lawns, to brunch under the oaks at The Deli and farm-to-table dining at The Werf Restaurant.
For a real treat, Executive Chef Christiaan Campbell will be offering his popular and unique shared dishes, inspired by our farm-style generosity, at the Werf Restaurant. A three course menu will be available, including a shared starter, shared main course and dessert, offering exceptional food, freshly produced from the farm. The seating is at 12h00 and will cost R550 per person. Make sure to mention that you’re treating mom when booking as we have a little surprise gift for each mom.
The Farmshop & Deli is offering both a Champagne Breakfast as well as a more casual yet flavourful lunch on Mother’s Day.
For friends and family who want to enjoy a relaxed outdoors setting beneath the trees, the Werf Picnics and Rhone Picnics offer gourmet picnic baskets packed with freshly prepared and wholesome food. Collect your basket from 12h00. Werf Picnics: Adults cost R360 for a picnic basket for 2, R195 for a picnic basket for 1 and kids under 12, R85. Rhone Picnics: R440 for a picnic basket for 2, R240 for a picnic basket for 1 and kids under 12, R85 at the Rhone Picnics.
An alternative for a more traditional lunch, is the Rhone Homestead where the cuisine is Cape Heritage and served buffet-style. Located next to the Cellar Door Tasting venue, makes a wine or bubbly tasting before lunch a wonderful way to celebrate this special day. The seating is at 12h00 and will cost R295 per person, kids under 10, R145.
Reservations can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or +27 (0) 21 880-4274.
For the Werf Restaurant you can book directly by contacting email@example.com or phone +27 (0) 21 870 4206
Muratie Wine Estate in conjunction with Juvenal Corks invite you to venture our Mini Port Festival & sail from ‘port’ to ‘port’ with South Africa’s Top 10 Port Producers.
To celebrate Muratie’s winter hospitality, Muratie in conjunction with Juvenal Corks will host a Mini Port Festival on Saturday, 25 July from 10h30 – 16h00.
Port lovers are invited to cosy up in one of the Cape’s oldest wineries, sailing from ‘port’ to ‘port’ with South Africa’s Top Port Producers, appreciating the rich and luscious flavours and noshing on delicious winter warmer treats from the food stall.
In addition, adhering to their mantra “nothing chocolate….nothing gained”, von Geusau will be tempting taste buds with their decadently delicious hand crafted chocolates. All the Ports on show will be available for purchase at cellar door prices.
Entry fee will be R100 per person and this will include a tasting glass and the opportunity to taste Ports produced by 10 top Port producers in SA-all under one roof .
For bookings phone +27.218652330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A culinary celebration of the best in the South African Chocolate Industry
Find out what you can expect to learn at this year’s Winelands Chocolate Festival that will enable you to create chocolate masterpieces at home.
Meet SA’s best loved…
South Africa’s best loved chocolatiers, pastry chefs, cake & sugar-craft artists at this year’s Winelands Chocolate Festival.
See what entertainment and activities are being planned. Along with show-stopping wines, culinary creations and chocolate indulgences.
Along with industry leading VIP judges, the Winelands Chocolate Festival will host an exciting competitive showdown to showcase some of South Africa’s talented new industry artisans.
The Winelands Chocolate Festival exhibitors list is growing daily, check back regularly to find out who’s exhibiting and what confections and cocoa concoctions will be on display.
Adults – R120
Students – R100
Family of 4 – R 340
Under 12 years old are FREE on Sunday.
Saturday 9am – 7:30pm
Sunday 9am – 6pm
It was Simon van der Stel who was the first settler to spot the opportunities offered by the lush area between the two branches of the Eerste Rivier for the Cape colony, setting up camp here while on a tour of inspection in 1679.The fertile valley was soon settled on by farmers who planted the region’s first vines a few short years later.
Three hundred odd years on, the valley boasts more private cellars than any other Western Cape region (with over 100 open to the public) and the country’s oldest wine route. But there’s more to Stellenbosch than wineries. This leafy student town is home to some of the country’s top restaurants and award-winning producers. Here’s our bucket list of things to sip, munch and stock up on during a gourmet holiday in Stellies.
1. Dine at an Eat Out Top 10 restaurant
No.3 Rust en Vrede (closed from 8 June to 9 July), No. 6 Jordan Restaurant and No.7 Overture (closed from 25 August to 10 September) are all located in this neck of the woods. Make the most of your visit with one really special meal. (See the rest of the 2013 Top 10 here.)
2. Visit a food market
Head to the Stellenbosch Slowmarket on Saturdays for a bustling market offering everything from stroopwaffels to free-range chicken. (That’s where we held our 2014 Eat Out Produce Awards.) Part of the international Slow Food movement, the producers featured at the market are dedicated to organic, seasonal, ethical production. On Sundays, the Blaauklippen Family Market features a diverse range of prepared foods like Greek confectionery, fresh pastries, Lebanese, Indian and Mexican foods, and of course, Blaauwklippen bubbly. For a treat that’s open on both Saturday and Sunday, head to Root 44, an upmarket family-friendly market that sells delicious food (from sushi to boeries), craft beer and fresh flowers.
3. Buy bread from an award-winning baker
Fritz Schoon of Schoon De Companje took home the 2012 Eat Out Produce Award for his insanely good ciabatta, sourdough bread (sprinkled with chocolate or cinnamon), rye and breadsticks. While you’re there, shop for wine, artisan ice cream and charcuterie.
4. Eat at the winner of our best country-style restaurant
For traditional South African, no-fuss, delicious dining, make a booking at Towerbosch on the Knorhoek Wine Farm. Meat is finished on an open braai and brought to the table on heaped platters. Melt-in-the-mouth lamb and sirloin vie for attention with roast potatoes, cinnamon butternut and French beans. Desserts are traditional and yummy: think malva pudding, rose geranium milk jelly or cheesecake. It’s no-frills fare, but you’re guaranteed freshness and a good dose of nostalgia.
5. Hit the wine route
Representing over 200 wine and grape producers, Stellenbosch American Express Wine Routes are a huge draw card for the winelands. Keep up to date with the area’s events or do a tour (there’s even a bicycle tour).
6. Have a brandewyn en coke
Top wine farms may be the cultured place to be seen, but for a true feeling of the town, join the lively scene at bars like Die Mystic Boer, Bohemia and The Thirsty Scarecrow and sip the unofficial beverage of the Maties student.
7. Grab some pub grub
While you’re hanging out with the youngsters, why not sample the best youth-pleasing pizzas and burgers the village has to offer? Après Bistro and Pizzeria is a more refined student hangout with delicious pub-fare;SGT. Pepper‘s Tant Doori pizza with peri-peri chicken is a must; 5 Ryneveld has the most elaborate burger menu in town; and Basic Bistro specialises in huge gourmet burgers drenched in creative sauces (pray that the tequila burger is on the blackboard menu).
8. Go on a gourmet picnic at a wine estate (in warmer months)
Eight at Spier, Hazendal (closed from 23 June until 23 July), Longridge (closed from 22 July until 22 August) and Warwick (from September) all offer gourmet picnics in leafy vineyards and on grassy riverbanks during summer months, and Waterford offers one year-round. Hillcrest Berry Orchards also offer picnics for groups of 8 or more (from November only).
9. Try South Africa’s national wine varietal
Created in 1924 when a Stellenbosch University professor crossed hermitage with pinot noir, pinotage is a robust deep red wine with smoky flavours. Beyers Truter was the first to claim international recognition for the grape, winning the International Winemaker of the Year in 1991 with the varietal. Head to Truter’s farm, Beyerskloof, to try the varietal in every form, from the lovely liquid to the legendary pinotage burger (dripping with saucy onions cooked in pinotage), and even pinotage ice cream served with baked cheesecake.
10. Stock up on cheese at the Simonsberg factory shop
Yes, you heard right: it’s a factory shop for cheese. A wide range of delicious and affordably priced cheeses makes this a must for anyone planning a picnic or dinner party.
11. Taste traditional African cuisine
Situated in Khayamandi township just outside the town, Amazink Live is part theatre, part restaurant, part township tourism. Watch the musical production while you tuck into braaivleis, boerewors and bunny chow.
12. Go on a deli-crawl
Stellenbosch locals are spoilt for choice with top quality delis. At Wild Peacock, you can pick up everything from truffle oil and quail eggs to Valrhona couverture. Pop into Joostenberg Deli for organic free-range meat and eggs, speciality cheese and killer pork pies; and Oom Samie se Winkel, an old-style trading store, has some interesting preserves and a good spice selection. The Stellenbosch branch of Melissa’s next door should be on your hit-list too.
13. Sample roosterkoek
With an entire menu constructed out of the yeasty, braaied breads, De Stomme Jonge is the perfect place to try the traditional Afrikaans bread. They’re baked fresh twice a day on a shining red braai on the restaurant’s stoep.
14. Spend a whole day at a single wine farm
Home to the restaurant Eight at Spier, art events, a bird of prey centre, a spa and a hotel, Spier is more than just a winery. You can also enjoy a picnic beside the dam, tour the vineyard on a segway (yes, a segway), or take one of the planned walks (one of which has a soundtrack, written by playwright Brett Bailey). Don’t miss their annual Spier Secret Festival, a weekend event with food, wine and art presentations, workshops and tastings.
15. Do a wine and dessert pairing
Kill two vices with one stone at Waterford Estate, which offers a tasting of dark and milk chocolates paired with the winery’s shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and natural sweet wines. Lourensford Wine Estate also pairs handmade 60% cocoa chocolate with their wine, and Uitkyk does a wine and pancakes tasting on the last Saturday of every month from May to August. (Booking is essential for all.)
16. Pick your own berries
Pick your own strawberries in summer at Mooiberge farm on the R44 and refuel at the farm’s restaurant, The Farmer’s Kitchen afterwards. If you’re after youngberries, blackberries, cherries, English gooseberries, cranberries and plumcot, then head to the Hillcrest Berry Orchard farm stall where all these and more are on sale.
17. Do a brandy and chocolate tasting
Van Ryn’s Brandy Distillery offers brandy, coffee and chocolate pairings (12, 15 and 20 year-old reserves with Belgian chocolates and single plantation Honduran coffee) and brandy and florentine pairings.
19. Train as a chef or winemaker
What better setting to train in all things foodie than Stellies. Top cooking school The Institute of Culinary Arts (ICA) offers 18-month to three-year diplomas, while the Elsenburg Agricultural College offers courses in Viticulture.
20. Have a feast at breakfast
If you’re after a quieter morning, take your special someone to Café Crème, a French-style café in Ryneveld Street, for divine French toast with crispy bacon. Cyclers and outdoorsy types love to stop at the Postcard Café (closed from 29 june to 22 July) in Jonkershoek for a healthy (or hearty) breakfast on the riverbank. Have a glass of bubbly with brunch at Tokara Delicatessen overlooking the ever-changing and ever-beautiful vineyards.
Wine, dine and soak up the summertime vibes with an impromptu food and vino festival in this quaint Boland town
Enjoy grapes and gourmet during the languid summer months in the Cape Winelands when the Stellenbosch Street Soirees splash onto the calendar once a month on Wednesday evenings from December 2013 until March 2014. The next event is scheduled for Wednesday, 12 February 2014.
Presented by the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, this regular pop-up wine and food tasting event transforms the lower part of the historic town’s Church Street (between Bird and Andringa streets) into a culinary haven for connoisseurs and students alike.
Participating restaurants beckon visitors to sample their unique dishes at the street stalls, while representatives from wine farms along the country’s oldest and foremost wine route offer delicious vintages to wash away those weekday blues. What’s more, live music and entertainment is scheduled to get those feet tapping as the sun settles over the town’s oak-lined roads and ways.
Events Coordinator for the Stellenbosch Wine Routes Elmarie Rabe reveals that the layout and lifestyle of the “quaint town really lends itself to street ‘kuiers’” and allows visitors to “forget about the day’s hassles and hullabaloos.”
Plus, since Stellenbosch has unseated Franschhoek as the “Gourmet Capital of South Africa” (four of the Top 10 Restaurants in the 2013 Eat Out Awards are from Stellies), the evening soirees offer food and wine lovers a top-notch epicurean experience – and one that’s as affordable as it is fun.
TICKETS FOR THE 2013-2014 STELLENBOSCH STREET SOIREES
Each week the culinary fair features a different selection of cellars and caterers, and entry to this street party is absolutely gratis, mahala… FREE. For a mere R30p/p, revelers can get a wine glass and a ticket to taste as many wines as there are on offer on that evening. Food dishes are priced individually by vendors.
The event starts at 6pm and runs until 8pm
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to picnicking at Spier. You can sit around the lake or meander down the banks of the Eerste River. Choose your picnic box online or visit the takeaway picnic deli Eight to Go. Online you have the following choices: gourmet picnic (R298 a couple), relaxed picnic (R220 a couple), raw picnic (R320 a couple), vegetarian picnic (R270 a couple), heritage picnic (R300 a couple) and a kids picnic (R70 a child). At Eight to Go, situated close to the tasting room, you can fill your basket with fresh breads and sandwiches, roast chicken and much more as you make your way through the deli. Spier is spacious and comfortable and you can choose to take a seat at the picnic benches or lounge on the lawns. Picnic bookings must be made two days in advance.
Contact: Tel 021-809-1153 or visit www.spier.co.za
For Cape specialties with a German touch, try the ‘picnic barrel platters’ at Blaauwklippen. In addition to pâtés and cheeses, the standard option includes a selection of cold meats, wienerwurst, oriental spring rolls, chicken samoosa and berry cheesecakes (R165 or R210 a person including a bottle of Landau Red, White or Rosé and a bottle of Aqua-Bella water per couple). The ‘exclusive’ option also includes delicacies like homemade melba toast, fried haloumi, pastrami and traditional pickled fish (R200 or R245 a person with wine and water). Kids can enjoy toffee apples, yoghurt, chocolate chip cookies and fruit skewers at R55 a person.
Contact: Tel 021-880-8222 or visit www.blaauwklippen.com
At Zorgvliet, you can create your own basket at the deli, or order the ‘Banhoek basket’ which includes sandwich ham and roast beef, blue cheese and cheddar with figs, olives and biscuits, salads, a beef, chicken or vegetarian wrap and something sweet (R395 a couple including wine). Grab a family basket with two salads, a whole roasted chicken, four baguettes and flavoured cream cheese (R375 including wine). A special occasion? Upgrade to the Silver Myn basket where the cold meats include parma ham, salami, pancetta and smoked chicken, and a selection of gourmet cheeses (R485 a couple including wine). For children there’s a jungle gym and a choice of two R55 or R65 picnics, one with a cheddar and ham roll and muffin, the other with a chicken burger and brownie (plus sweets, chips and a ‘squirrel’s beverage’).
Contact: Tel 021-885-1399 or visit www.zorgvliet.co.za
Long known for its unpretentious hospitality, Hartenberg offers a country picnic hamper packed to the brim with Eleanor’s snoek pate, beetroot and cumin pate, homemade lamb and pork terrine, tomato and basil salad, potato salad, chicken and thyme tart, farm bread, rosemary foccacia, cheeses and a chocolate brownie. (R145pp including juice or a half bottle of wine!). Focusing on sustainability, the ingredients are sourced locally and the picnic containers are made of biodegradable materials. Enjoy it on the lawns, or take it with you along the estate’s popular wetland walk.
Contact: Tel (021) 865-2541 or visit www.hartenbergestate.com
Warwick is the first estate in Stellenbosch to open 365 days of the year, where you can picnic and go on a ‘Big 5 Wine Safari’ (a guided 4×4 tour through the vineyards for R50 a person, R85 a person with wine tasting, free for children under 12). You can sit on the lawns spilling out onto the dam, where you can relax under umbrellas on scatter cushions and beanbags while being served by your own picnic butler; in ‘The Forest Courtyard’ a gravelled area with tables and chairs adjacent to the water feature and a jungle gym; or in ‘The Pods’, designer-rustic wooden shelters flanking the dam. Served in zero-carbon-footprint packaging, acclaimed chef Bruce Robertson’s menus change regularly but the promise is “to satisfy the most discerning palate and most sophisticated gourmand” (R299 for two, R49 for the kiddies’ picnic).
Contact: Tel 021-884-4410 or visit www.warwickwine.com
Hermitage restaurant at Hazendal offers a picnic (R130pp, R35 per child) comprising homemade bread, chicken liver paté, spinach and feta quiche, Greek salad with fresh homemade rolls, crispy chicken pieces, sliced ham, cheese and biscuits, chocolate brownies and fresh fruit salad. On Sunday afternoons you can also enjoy live music/theatre in the Plaasteater.
Contact: Tel (021) 903-5034 or visit www.hazendal.co.za
Morgenhof offers two meat picnics as well as a vegetarian option, all include a Greek salad, potato and spring onion salad, ciabatta, vanilla cupcakes and a selection of cheeses (R150 a person). Kiddies get a choice of a hot dog, beef burger or chicken strips with potato wedges, a juice and vanilla cupcake (R60 a person) Bring your own blanket and sit anywhere on the beautiful lawns.
Contact: Tel 021-889-2024. www.morgenhof.co.za.
Remhoogte’s picnic basket (R250 for two adults sharing) contains french bread, a tub of olives and pickles, platter of cold meats and salads, cheese platter, a dessert and a bottle of wine (Remhoogte Chenin Blanc or Aigle Noir Red Blend). Enjoy while watching zebra, wildebeest and springbok graze metres away against a breathtaking Simonsberg, Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch and Helderberg mountain backdrop.
Contact: Tel (021) 889-5005 or visit www.remhoogte.co.za.
Now also home to a lion park, this estate has huge gardens dotted with gazebos and benches and there are many shady spots for spreading your own picnic blanket. Hudson’s restaurant offers deluxe picnic baskets containing a selection of cold meats and salads, fresh bread, a platter of cheeses, biscuits and preserves, fresh fruit and homemade muffins (R280 for two people). Bunny buckets for small children include a hot dog, cheese, crisps, juice and sweets (R48 a child).
Contact: Tel 021-881-3590 or visit www.visithudsons.co.za, www.vredenheim.co.za.
On tree-shaded lawns sloping down to the lake, enjoy freshly baked French loaf with snoek pate and chicken liver pate, rare roast beef sirloin with homemade mustard, grilled chicken fillet with a sweet chilli sauce, garden greens and baby tomatoes, potato salad, homemade spinach and feta quiche, selection of cheeses, biscuits and preserves, mini milk tart, koeksister and fresh fruit (R290 per basket for two; R390 for Halaal). The kids’ basket includes a chicken drumstick and cheese roll, chips, lollipop and fruit juice (R60 a child). You can also pre-book a choice of two braai baskets with the standard garlic bread, Greek salad, potato, chive and bacon salad, boerewors, a selection of cheeses, biscuits and preserves, mini milk tarts, koeksisters, fresh fruit and different meats depending on the basket (R290 or R360 for two; Halaal R450 or R475 for two; minimum two baskets to be ordered, wood, firelighters and grid provided). Order to be made 72 hours in advance.
Contact: Tel 021-900-5700 or visit www.zevenwacht.co.za
Explore the “Village of the Oaks” with its shady oak avenues bordered by the water furrows of the Mill Stream. Admire the charm and harmony of the Cape Dutch Architecture and listen to tales about the colourful inhabitants of three centuries.
Discover where Simon van der Stel set up camp in the Eerste River and why it is called the Eerste River. Perhaps you will meet an angel at the “Angel Factory” or a ghost in the graveyard of the “Moederkerk”
Three fires destroyed the village. Where did the fire of 1710 start and who started it? The first Christian Church building in South Africa was in Stellenbosch not in Cape Town. Today it is the site of the oldest hotel in South Africa, d’Ouwe Werf, and not all the graves have been moved. Why did Stellenbosch’s first minister, Hercules van Loon, commit suicide?
Dorp Street, ‘the wagon way to Cape Town’ is the oldest residential street in South Africa today. It is still the wagon way to Cape Town, only the wagons have changed somewhat!
Historical buildings surround three sides of The Braak (village green). During the 1809 earth tremor people rushed out of their houses onto the Braak. It was later decided that the Braak would always remain an open area. Stellenbosch has produced many famous South Africans – Prime Ministers and Sportsmen. Rugby and Cricket was played on the Braak. How did the Springboks get their name in 1906? Stellenbosch, synonymous with rugby, but the first Stellenbosch Springbok – Nico Theunissen – was a cricketer.
In 1602 the VOC was established by the Here Sewentien. Four hundred years later the “Kruithuis” on the Braak proudly flies the flag of the VOC.
Rhenish Institute, the oldest girl’s boarding school in South Africa, celebrated 150 years in 2010. Rhenish was the first school to teach Domestic Science and Needlework.
I invite you to join me to hear many more interesting facts and fables about the past while experiencing the present in “The Eikestad”
Tours from 36 Market Steet:
Monday to Friday 11:00 & 15:00
By appointment 09:30
Weekends by appointment
R90 per person
As the saying goes, “variety is the spice of life” and this is never more apparent that when choosing what to eat,especially in winter.
As a Capetonian with a healthy appetite, though, I say why choose at all? This is why my favourite culinary establishments in Cape Town are restaurants with all-you-can-eat buffet options.
In the Mother City, we’re blessed with a smorgasbord oftraditional and unconventional cuisine, so be sure to try the following buffet joints this winter:
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and with the multitude of mouth-watering delicious choices (including sushi and oysters) Table Bay Hotel at the V&A Waterfront has on offer, you’re sure to get more than your fill. The delicious buffet is both halaal and vegetarian friendly.
If you have more of a sweet tooth and the idea of indulging in decadent caramel and gold leaf éclairs, cream-topped scones and macaroons gets you salivating, pop into the One&Only Cape Town’s Vista Bar&Lounge for afternoon tea.
Location: Vista Bar & Lounge, One&Only Cape Town
Contact: + 27 (0)21 431 5800
HARVEY’S AT WINCHESTER MANSIONS
Feast away on eggs cooked just the way you like it, fresh sushi, decadent desserts and a glass of complimentary bubbly.
Location: Harvey’s, Winchester Mansions Hotel, Sea Point
Contact:+27(0) 21 434 2351
A firm family favourite, this is the lunch and dinner stop for flavoursome Eastern, Indian and Malay cuisine. Dish as much as you want of their divine curries, seafood, breyanis, roasts and pasta dishes at any of their six locations in Cape Town and pay for your food according to weight.
Gorge yourself on a variety of dishes, including irresistible home-made chicken curry, paella and more at the trendy Kaprinos franchise around the Mother City.
Location: Athlone, Northgate and Mitchell’s Plain
Contact: +27 (0)78 868 8703/+27 (0)21 534 1105
Take a break between all of the entertainment at the Grand West Casino and fill up on some tasty dishes at the Quarterdeck Restaurant. Whether it’s soup, roasted meat or sweet desserts you’re after, you’ll find it all and more at this fabulous eatery.
The Durbanville Winelands are alive with the smell of great food as Bloemendal restaurants lay out their best gourmet food, featuring crowd pleasers like ostrich neck potjie, chicken pie, trifle and more.
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There will be a number of braai stands supplied for the traditional SA braai, spitbraai, fish braai and a wine barrel braai.
The event is free – so get your family and friends together and fire up. Locally sourced meats including duck, chicken and fish will be on sale.
Want a braai experience with a difference for National Braai Day? Then gather your braai tool, taste buds and head out to Asara Wine Estate.