We had a lovely dinner at Savoy Cabbage after an earlier hiking ascent to the top of Table Mountain. Needless to say, we were hungry (and thirsty). Our reservation was right at opening time and we were admitted via a locked iron gate to a lovely and cozy warehouse style restaurant with exposed brick walls. From the get-go, we were treated very well, and excellent service continued throughout dinner. After a flavorful amuse bouche, we sampled, the cheese soufflé and a beet salad – a combination that turned out to be great for sharing as the salad nicely complemented the soufflé. As a main course, we tried the kudu loin with spaetzle, red cabbage, and garlic flan – this dish reminded me of game dishes served in Austria or Switzerland, and not a crumb remained. The garlic flan was a standout in this dish. Dessert was equally good, especially the cardamom crème brulee, and the cheese board. Add to that a tasty bottle of local wine, and a perfect evening was complete. Very enjoyable!
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