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Situated along the Stellenbosch Wine Route is the very under-appreciated Nomad Restaurant. With a seasonal menu, the restaurant aims to serve food that is locally-produced, grass-fed, organic and free range. The executive chef, Marile van Niekerk, specializes in Viticulture and Vegetables, and perhaps that is the reason that the restaurant also has such a wide […]

My aunt treated us to a Sunday lunch at The Noisy Oyster in Paternoster for her birthday. It’s a quaint little place, with quirky décor, like the umbrellas in the featured image above. We drove quite a way to get there, so when we arrived, we all tucked in to a much-needed glass of wine. […]

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If it’s a nice, sunny day and you feel like a chilled Sunday seafood lunch, the Quay Four Tavern at the V&A Waterfront is definitely a good place to visit. You can sit outside and watch the comings and goings of the harbour, whilst sipping some chilled Sauvignon Blanc and tucking in to a tasty […]

The Durbanville Hills Winery is situated in the Durbanville Wine Valley and is surrounded by the Tygerberg Hills. It was started in the late 1990s as a joint venture between seven grape farmers, and Distell, and has since grown to include another two member farms. The Durbanville Hills Restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch on […]

The Villiera Wine Estate is a family-run business, situated just outside of Stellenbosch. The Grier family opened Villiera in 1983 and have since developed it into a successful, privately-owned winery. Although Villiera creates a pretty decent range of still wines, such as their 2015 Sauvignon Blanc (see note at the bottom), it was their Champagne […]