I had passed Gerard’s a few times in the evening, and was always put off because it seemed deserted. It is situated adjacent to a much more well-known and popular country hotel, so it may be that people just bypass Gerard’s on the way to its neighbour.
The building it is situated in is quaint, and on a warm summer’s evening I’d recommend sitting in the outside area next to the lawn. The menu is pretty standard for Tulbagh though (you’d think one of the places would try to do something different—maybe introduce something typically South African), but the quality was good. Prices are on a par, or maybe even slightly lower, than the other places nearby. Service was friendly and efficient.
So my recommendation: give it a try …
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