My friend and I enjoyed a midweek lunch at Jordan and despite the rainy start, we were blessed with sunshine and could enjoy the view. It really is a very pleasant drive and the panaoramic view at this winefarm is worth the trip. The main restaurant offers a 2 course meal for R275 or 3 courses for R325. The extensive wine list can offer something for all tastes and I can recommend their Sauvignon Blanc. (In the evenings they offer a wine pairing dinner). The decor is light and airy and the open plan kitchen allows you to see the culinary team in action. The bread was served with delicious watercress puree, some tasty aioli and a fish/potato pate mixture - all truly yummy! I had the yellowtail starter which was wonderful - my friend had the quail. For main course I had the calves liver served with a risotto which was tasty although slightly rich. My companion had the sirloin with a side order of crispy chips. I couldnt manage dessert but did try a spoonful of my companion's souffle which was light and fluffy and served with creme anglais and a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. Quite wicked! .On my next visit I will treat myself to a visit to their cheese room - this is a unique option instead of dessert and offers a superb selection of cheese to finish. Service was attentive and efficient. After coffee we took a stroll around the Bakery next door which offers a full breakfast menu and a simple light lunch option. You can also purchase their bread or other food treats to take home. There is also a tasting room or you can enjoy sampling the wine on the terrace if the weather permits. This is not a cheap meal - with wine/water/coffee and tip you wont get much change out of R1000 for 2 people, but its a great treat!
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