When Franck Dangereux left La Colombe, the culinary world held its breath. Fortunately, everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. Whether enjoying "fine dining" in the à la carte venue or just relaxing with coffee and cake in the Deli, diners will not be disappointed. Braised veal sweetbreads are served over mashed potatoes with confit tomato and rocket, finished with a niçoise- thyme jus, while roasted rack of lamb gets an herb crust before being served with Dangereux's
favorite ingredient, lentils, which are mixed with hummus in a spring roll; the dish is finished with a cumin-scented and fresh coriander jus. Deli items include the Moroccan chicken tram, a toastedtrammezzini with mozzarella cheese, free-range chicken,harissa (a North African hot red paste) mayonnaise, candied onions, and coriander. It's delicious.
Noordhoek Farm Village, Village Lane, Cape Town, 7979, South Africa