The restaurant will be called Bertus Basson at Spice Route. “We are delighted to have Bertus on board with us, his food philosophy ties in perfectly with the Spice Route Destination's and adds even more value to our unique winelands offering,” says Spice Route Destination Owner, Charles Back.
“I believe Spice Route is located in one of the most beautiful settings in the Western Cape and with such amazing offerings, I am beyond excited to join this picturesque destination and to work closely and collaborate with the other artisanal producers, such as the Cape Brewing Company, DV chocolate and Wilderer’s grappa,” says Bertus.
Offering a small array of dishes, 14 in total, the menu is made-up of traditional South African meals with a modernized twist. Bertus and Alistaire will largely focus on catering for families. Patrons can look forward to dishes made from Bertus and Alistair's family recipe’s such as, ‘Ouma Jossies baked tongue with slaphakskeentjies and organic beetroot’ and ‘Tannie Hetta’s apple pie, Mom’s recipe, custard and vanilla Ice cream’. From the 1st of February the restaurant will only offer lunch, and then from end of February a breakfast menu will introduced.
Visitor can look forward to enjoying their meals not just inside the restaurant but on the stoep and manicured lawns where they will beable to fully embrace the beautiful natural surroundings of the Paarl Winelands.
Monday - Sunday : 08:30-16:00
Breakfast 08h30-11h00 | Lunch 11h30-16h00