We have been to Bramon several times before but this time we were disappointed by the meal. The theme is tapas with several small dishes making, ideally, an appetising whole.
We started with a glass of their MCC Blanc du Blanc (R55ea), which this year was a bit thin on the palate, although previous vintages have appealed more. I had a small bread,(R18) (You can get a larger one for bigger parties)which comes with a salty topping and a few tubes of butter. Not enough for the bread though. The bread is fresh and delicious.
I had a Leek and Potato Soup (R45) which was a full bowl and very good, but it arrived after other dishes had reached the table. So I had to let the other dishes cool whilst I ate that. Not good planning. I also had Dolmades (R58)which were fat and the leaves were stuffed with rice and meat. Good choice. We shared Babotie Cigars(R63) which were OK, but a bit greasy. The carpaccio (R58) was 4 slices of packaged meat, but again OK. There was also a fried calamari (R72) which was the star course and had by several other diners. W e did order Falafal as well. Big Mistake. It was soft and squidgy and was sent back.I recalled the last time we came we also sent it back. The same story was told that people like soft falafal--not anyone who has been to the Middle East that is--but they did not charge for it. .Jill finished with an Americana Coffee (R23).
There are other Restaurants in Plett Bay and if we go back we will try those.
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