On a business presentation which hosted a good many people. The venue is great. The service is great. The staff are helpful. The dinner was excellent. Tbis is my second time here and will use it again. I recommend thevenue.
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Visited Anura primarily as i wanted to taste their craft beers, but was dissapointed to learn that the brewery and restaurant was closed. This info would have been helpful had it been on their website. Percy made up for it when we elected to do...More
I live in franschhoek and frequent many of the local wineries' cafes to work from my laptop and enjoy a coffee or2. Today I tried Anura, which is on one of my routes Beautiful setting and the for of the bakery/ deli is funky. But...More
My wife and a friend visited last Saturday, I am writing on her behalf. They had booked hours earlier and on arrival relaxed over a drink. When they ordered a meal, the pulled pork, expectations were high.... then, after an hour they were advised it...More
One of the few places offering a taste of Sangiovese, Tempranillo and Malbec. Disappointed that one cant really taste much of their white wines. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Anura wine estate is also home to the Wagon Trail Brewery, who make a very pleasant lager, as well as other brews. They also have a whole range of very good wine varietals, some Italian of origin.(Sangiovese, Temprenilo) A nice balance of white and red...More
We recently drove out to Anura to have a late breakfast. The property is large and it is a scenic drive down the paved road to the restaurant and winery. When we arrived we were shown a table and given menus. The breakfast menu is...More
I stopped off here as I was driving down the N1 to Cape Town. What a beautiful setting under the trees. I hadn't booked a table but they found me a nice quiet table, as I was dining alone. I have read others complaining about...More
Breakfast was great and will recommend to my friends. The visit to the the tasting room, what a disgrace! Poor service, focus on international tourist, local money who will support during the winter months totally ignored. Wine okay! What for this! First estate ever where...More