Spice up Sunday lunch with a taste of Thailand.
The relaxed Winelands setting at Kleine Zalze centres on the broad Bedouin-tented terrace for summer (with a cosy contemporary farmhouse feel indoors). Nic van Wyk’s timeless but upscale bistro cuisine adds to the authentic appeal, with a warm welcome amid the always postcard-worthy views and gardens. By now an institution, the globe-trotting Sunday lunch harvest tables have regulars returning again and again, on a culinary world tour that takes their tastebuds to a new destination each month, through a delicious snapshot of its cuisine.
A Thai-Inspired harvest table in November
Bold flavours, intriguing combinations of sweet and sour, spices balanced with refreshing notes of lime and papaya, conjure up a culinary trip to Thailand with flavour-popping satisfaction. Kleine Zalze’s Sunday lunch harvest table explores Thai cuisine through November, on a whirlwind tour of these summery Asian tastes.
The Sunday lunch format remains the same whatever the destination, featuring four courses of relaxed deliciousness with shared starters on the table to dig into. An alternative vegetarian menu means there’s something for everyone to feast on.
For the rest of the week at Kleine Zalze, the Taste, Explore, Relax menu is a more casual affair. A compact selection of plats du jour, it comes in three different portion sizes – tapas, starter or main course – all easily paired with a glass or bottle of Kleine Zalze wine.
Good to know On Sundays only the set lunch menu is served. The wine tasting centre is open on Sundays, and offers seven different tastings.
Cost R395 (four-course Sunday lunch)
Opening times Restaurant: Monday – Sunday, 12pm – 4.30pm (last orders at 3pm)
Wine sales + tasting: Sunday 11am – 6pm, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 6pm (last tasting at 5pm)
Contact 021 880 8167, firstname.lastname@example.org
Where to find it Kleine Zalze Road, Techno Park, Stellenbosch
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