3-course gourmet pub-style menu
Would you like to enjoy a culinary and affordable lunch or dinner during the Restaurant Week?
Taphuis at Lanzerac serves a 3-course gourmet pub-style menu during Restaurant Week.
Don't miss this chance to discover Taphuis at Lanzerac and try their delicious lunch and dinner menu for only R345.
Please note: Seats are limited. Only online bookings will be accepted.
Are there any dietary requirements? Please mention this on the reservation form so the restaurant can take this into account.
Restaurant Week Menu:
Small Plates to Share
smoked chilli flakes, apricot glaze, cured mustard seeds
BOERENKAAS, CAULIFLOWER & BACON FRITTERS
lemon truffle emulsion, pea salad, paprika dukkha rub
THE BRAAI BROODJIE
huguenot cheese, boerenkaas, tomato, onion, chef’s braai broodjie jam
rooibos salted caramel, crisp rosemary, cinnamon amasi
LEMON ROASTED KINGKLIP
saffron risotto, aspargus, red onion bhaji, fennel salad, paprika oil
meringue bark, blueberry sorbet, candied citrus, lemon curd, blueberry syrup
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What 4 people say about Taphuis at Lanzerac
The food at Taphuis was excellent. Perfectly presented, very tasty and generous. The farm's wine was delicious. The service was good, but not great. Maybe the staff was rusty after the extreme lockdown.
The food was exquisite and the restoration after the fire has been beautifully executed.
Pity the waitron & service on the day was average. The bar staff however were cheery and warm and it was lovely to walk around the beautiful grounds afterwards and explore the Deli and spa.
Beautiful venue. The restoration after the fire is brilliant.
About Taphuis at Lanzerac
The succession of ownership through the eras has layered the Estate’s rich history, and present day Lanzerac honours the rich and vast legacy by telling the stories of its past. Created during the Rawdon era, the Taphuis Bar is a place where guests have created many memories. The treacle brown bar has been welcoming thirsty travellers since the 1960’s, and although damaged in the 2017 fire, it has undergone extensive repairs to retain its original feel, with some of the elements that were salvaged from the flames being reused alongside new additions. The Taphuis’ country-inspired décor is rich in texture with rough stone walls, brick floors and exposed wooden ceilings
The gourmet pub-style menu offers sharing plates and light meals in a relaxed environment overflowing with beautiful country charm. The menu boasts homegrown food sourced from local farmers and suppliers, prepared with creativity and originality by the resident team of chefs. Dining options are either indoors set against an impressive handcrafted bar and large roaring fireplace, or outdoors on the shady terrace complete with garden views.