Le Pique Nique: "Boschendal Estates - since 1685" Cape Town Restaurant Tip by kenHuocj

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by kenHuocj

"Le Cafe" is more casual, in the original slave quarters, for light lunches where one is able to taste traditional dishes , inlcuding Bobotie or Springbok, accompanied by the fine complementary wines.
also "Le Pique Nique" for the basket of fine cheeses, cold meats and wines under the aged Pines or
"The Boschendal Restaurant," in the Manor House with yellow wood furniture and fine lunches, plus special events evenings

Favorite Dish: Traditional Dishes and Casseroles

(The Chef prepares these dishes to order – served with rice, seasonal vegetables and home-made bread)

Oven Roasted Aubergine and Tomato Bake [not served with rice or seasonal vegetables] - 32.00

Mustard Chicken Pot Pie - 33.00
Lamb and Tomato Bredie - 39.50
Braised Springbok with Beer and Apricot - 42.00

Boboties : choose one of the following :

Traditional Beef - 38.50
Smoked Snoek - 32.00
Macadamia Nut - 31.00
Bobotie Platter - a combination of all three - 44.50

Address: Pniel Road , Groot Drakenstein 7680
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: FROM CAPE TOWN N1 to Paarl or Stellenbosch. Well signposted and when you're there Maps Galore !!! ;-))
othercontact: Email: reservations@boschendal.c
Phone: Tel.: +27-21- 870 4274
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 0
Theme: Local
Website: http://www.boschendal.com/intro_frame.htm

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 17, 2002
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