Stanford Harvest’s WARM, INVITING, DELICIOUS AND LUXURIOUS CURRY EVENING BY THE FIRESIDE – HAPPENS AGAIN:
Wednesday 29TH July 5pm– 8pm
THIS TIME WE GO, ‘THAI’!
Hot Red Pork Curry with Pumpkin
Chicken and Peanut Panang Curry
Red Vegetarian Curry
All served with Paw-Paw and Peanut Salad, Chilli and Tomato Sambals and Fried Rice
With a slight exception to the rule: A warm glass of Gluwein to start…
AND AS A RULE Raka Wines helping creating that relaxed, comfortable
Evening we promise you!!!!
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: 081 021 2313
SEE YOU THERE!
After today another 2 days of Stanford Local Harvest but this Sunday 19 July it’s over. The exhibition of local artists from Stanford, South Africa attracted an additional number of guests to our restaurant as well. Not only local but also day trippers from as far away as Cape Town (125 km) and Worcester (140 km). More important is that some works have been sold and thanks to a social media buzz the artists and their work have been brought under the attention of many art lovers within South Africa and abroad. Anyway this is the last posting about this art exhibition.
and there was food
ENJOY THE BEST POSSIBLE START TO THE DAY
SATURDAYS AT STANFORD HARVEST
Between 9:30am – 11:30am
The breakfast buffet is the first meal of the day, weather you want an ‘on- the -run breakfast’ or you would like to timelessly gaze through the windows, with a ‘slow lazy start’ to your Saturday – it is all readily available on our Breakfast Buffet Table…
Spinach and Feta Frittata
Salmon and Spring Onion Quiche
Flapjacks with Bacon and drizzled with our farm Honey
Warm Carrot and Apple Muffins
Special Marmite Scones
Homemade Jam and Marmalade
INCLUDING a Coffee and Fresh Orange Juice
ALL for R100p/plate
Bookings Essential: 081 021 2313
Look forward to welcoming you and giving you “THE BEST POSSIBLE START TO YOUR SATURDAY!”
A farmer (Athol) makes a plan. Especially when the restaurant, run by his wife (Vivienne), experiences a growing clientele.
A new veggie patch; just to make sure that all the ingredients are fresh from the (own) land.
“Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate.” – Alan d. Wolfelt
Making good food is a challenge. ‘Fresh from the land on the table’.