It is a bit out of the village and you have to go about 2 km on a dirt road but it is worth the effort. Because it is a little bit out of the way it is quiet which suites this restaurant. We had two items from the lunch menu (seared tuna and pasta with sliced prawns) and they were excellent. While eating we enjoyed the view of the mountain opposite the restaurant. We tasted the unwooded chardonnay and it is top. I understand that the bottles for 2012 are virtually sold out and it is easy to understand why. The perfect summer wine. An added advantage it that the lunch can be combined with wine-tasting afterwards.
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