When we booked a table at The Red Table, we expected a bistro type of restaurant, but it is quite a classic restaurant, set in the old manor house of the Nederburg wine estate, with high ceilings and lots of antiques. The food was good but did not have a wow effect for us. The service was excellent.
It was raining the day we had lunch at The Red table, so we had a table inside, but there are seats outside overlooking the wine fields. The location is beautiful.
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