Lunch in a shaded courtyard with excellent food and wine was great way to spend a couple of hours. Followed by a visit to their wine shop to take a bottle or two home.
Just had lunch here again and the experience was excellent. The Fig & Buffalo salad followed by Oak smoked Hake were outstanding. The subtle smoked flavour raised the taste of the hake to new heights. Service was first class and the busy atmosphere outside the restaurant added to the experience. Enjoy.
Here we are again and this restaurant is as good as ever. The menu is not large and the food is original and delicious and very well balanced and the staff could not be more welcoming. Tina, the boss, and her husband Neil the chef, have created the perfect dining place with food which is full of flavour and totally... More
We had memories of eating here with friends several years ago. We went back and were very disappointed with the food. My wife ordered monk fish and it arrived completely raw - not ever seared. My Springbok in bacon looked suspiciously mass produced.
We ate here as part of our tram wine tour. Spent a couple of hours outside and enjoyed some great food. It was very busy but we had pretty good service. Lovely spot. Booking recommended
We booked a lunch after we saw the rating, but we thought this restaurant is overrated. The food is simple and expensive, the taste is good though but the portions are small. We thought is was just an average restaurant with an average menu.
we had a late lunch at Bread and wine (probably the only reason we good get lunch here without booking). We loved the bottle of Moreson Chardonnay with the delicious musseld but the charcuterie platter was not our taste. I think this place is overrated (our 2nd average experience at Bread and wine)
Simple but superb food with wine from the estate. Great place for a relaxed meal outdoors particularly if you are visiting the many wine houses
37 degrees in the shade. Would lunch be a disaster? We were back at B&W one year on, after a fabulous meal last year. I had the mussels, my wife the trout. The mussels were the best I had ever eaten, including the famed New Zealand green lips. My wife loved the trout. "Mollys" wine complemented our meal. Desserts -... More
We were very lucky to get the last table for lunch at this very popular restaurant on the Moreson wine estate. It is in a lovely setting surrounded by vines and fruit trees and has outside tables in a large courtyard type area. Great selection of food for a lunch (eg Bresaola and fig salad, roast quail, springbok wrapped with... More
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