A lovely journey back to a traditional South African tea-time We enjoyed the beautiful garden setting, antique crockery, authentic scones and jams as well as the great salads.
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Dropped in for coffee one morning at this lovely venue but the service was not as good as expected. My sandwich should have had sweet chilly but there was none so I had to order extra and the the guests at a neighbouring table called...More
Spent a relaxed morning in the gardens under the old trees. Had a croissant fresh from the oven with ham, cheese and a small salad. Wife and daughter ordered a bacon and egg quishe, but my daughter had to decline hers due to it containing...More
Nice lovely setting in the garden to have tea, cakes or lunch. They also have a little shop selling bric a brac, a rabbit on the lawn in a cage along with toys for children.
This must be one of the prettiest spots in the Winelands. The sense of peace prevails and the service is top notch. I had the Lemon Poppy-seed cake - oh my word but it was the best I've ever tasted. The word pretty can't describe...More
Debbie, Nicky and Amanda was a dream team to work with. They gave special attention to detail and listened to all of our requests. With their help we were able to host the best kitchen tea for a special bride to be. What an amazing...More
The outdoor venue makes it an ideal spot to enjoy tea and cake with your lady friends. The excellent cakes AND the tea is so beautifully presented, making anyone feel like a princess for the morning.
I took my teenage children here and we really enjoyed it. The setting is so beautiful, sitting under the big old oak trees. We all had the brownies. My son had the "normal" brownies and my daughter and I had the gluten free brownies. WOW!!!...More