Overgaauw restaurant in Stellenbosch Kloof is a picturesque setting for a simply delicious lunch. We first heard of this family affair when they won the 2011 Eat out award for best country-style restaurant The table at De Meye. Now, brother and sister, Justin and Camilla Comins…
Lefty’s is a really cool place to hang out if you are really cool. It’s even a cool place to hang out if you’re not. This bar/eatery serves bar style food that involves lots of serviette’s, beer and licking of fingers.
The restaurant’s glass doors stack up to open up the minimal bistro space to a vine covered patio overlooking a pretty pond with the passing traffic on the Stellenbosch arterial winking in the background…
Tucked into the folds of the Riviersonderend mountains, only twenty kilometres but what feels like worlds away from the bustle of Robertson, lies the small town of McGregor in all of its laid-back glory….
Belgian Dutch seafront restaurant, De Brasserie, is an extension of the Van Almenkerk family business, whose other endeavor is a wine farm in the Elgin district, aptly named Almenkerk (Read my review here).
With partners like Tim Rands and Marc Kent of Boekenhoutskloof winery, home of the acclaimed The Chocolate Block red, it’s almost surprising that the famous Reubens is not situated on a wine farm, as is the popular custom.
Situated on Steenberg estate, the Cape’s oldest farm, Bistro sixteen82 is the casual cool brother of the fine dining Catharina’s Restaurant, also situated on the estate, though on another part of the grounds.