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Bread & Wine Vineyard Restaurant

  • Happy Valley Rd. Map It
  • Franschhoek
  • Eclectic

Known for

  • Local and seasonal produce
  • Charcuterie
  • Comfort food

Published 05/20/2009

Fodor's Review

This rustic restaurant on Môreson Farm has won numerous accolades for its food and is a great place to stop for lunch on the Wine Tram route. The menu changes often, and on a whim, but you can expect dishes like butter roasted kingklop with chicken wing confit and twice-cooked Boschendal Chuck with mushroom, garlic, and potato. There’s an interesting selection of starters, including Dalewood Huguenot tortellini with truffle potato and a warm salad of bonemarrow. The dessert menu is full of rich, decadent sweets, like caramelized honey parfait and upside-down pineapple cake with rum caramel. The restaurant is child-friendly, with a play area complete with books and toys and a garden outside. After lunch, you can stock up on homemade preserves, bread, and charcuterie at the Miss Molly Charcuterie Bar. If you like, you can also try a bread-making course on the farm. Owner Neil Jewell, “the Charcuterie Guru,” is the man behind the food, and he has stuck to local, seasonal produce.

Restaurant Information


Môreson Farm, Happy Valley Rd., Franschhoek, Western Cape, 7690, South Africa

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Restaurant Details:

  • No dinner

Published 05/20/2009


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