The Franschhoek Kitchen at Holden Manz boutique wine estate reopens its doors in July, with palate pleasing winter dishes filled with exotic flavours of the orient and a strong Pacific rim twist.
Executive Chef Cheyne Morrisby, who has cooked at the finest international kitchens, is serving up exceptional cuisine, fuelled by his knowledge of world food trends.
Dishes to look out for
Paired perfectly with signature wines from Holden Manz, Cheyne’s delicious offerings provide great choices for an unforgettable dining experience, from succelent pork belly, best enjoyed with the signature Bordeaux-style blend, the flagship Big G 2009, to juicy grilled sirloin, served with spring onion and ginger puree, red kimchi and crisp anchovy butter dauphinoise – a winning combination with the sweet, dark, cherry fruit flavours of the Holden Manz Shiraz 2008.
For your sweet tooth
Treat your tastebuds to delicious desserts such as decadent 70% cocoa bean Belgian chocolate mousse with salted caramel, or a heavenly dessert trio of cereal milk with miso butterscotch, white chocolate and sesame cheesecake, and warm pear, cinnamon and ginger compote.
The Franschhoek Kitchen is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesdays to Saturdays, and Sundays for lunch.
Contact and Social Media
Phone 021-8762729 or e-mail email@example.com for bookings.
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Note: The Holden Manz tasting room is open daily from 10h00 to 17h00.