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HAUTE CABRIERE CELLAR RESTAURANT

March 18, 2011 by  
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High up on the Franschhoek pass overlooking one of the most beautiful valleys in the world, is Haute Cabriere Cellar Restaurant. Built into the flank of one of the surrounding mountains, the restaurant has a magnificent view of this beautiful valley, where French Huguenot refugees settled in 1688. Cellar-master, Achim von Arnim’s Pinot Noir vineyard is on the slopes immediately below, producing premiere Methode Champenoise and classic cultivar wines.
A special menu to compliment these wines has been devised by chef-patron Matthew Gordon, who with his wife, Nicky, oversee the smooth operation of this award-winning restaurant.
Much of the food served is from the valley – fresh Salmon trout bred and grown in the cold stream water that flows down the mountains, vegetables and herbs, fruit from the surrounding plum, peach and pear orchards, seasonal berries, goat’s milk cheese from Paarl and line fish delivered daily from the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, mussels from Saldanha Bay, oysters from Namibia and lamb and game from the Karoo.
The combination of fine wine and food, the elegance of the underground venue and the breath-taking views have in combination put Haute Cabriere Cellar Restaurant in all the top 10 listings in South Africa.

Tel: 0218763688

Email: hautecab@iafrica.com


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