Lovely setting, great service and wonderful food and wine. Generous portions and gorgeous homemade bread and charcuterie. Can't fault Bread and Wine.
Specialising in slow cooked meat dished that we do not have the time to cook at home it is a pleasure to have these produced to such a high standard The wines, particularly the Mata Mata blend is the perfect accompaniment. More salad options would be appreciated to limit the weight gain from a wonderful holiday
We have been frequenting this restaurant for the past 3 years. It remains consistently good with excellent service. It’s a feel good place with an excellent wine list. Perfect place for lunch. We came back the next day and built a picnic to go.
Really tender meat dishes, staple meats but prepared with a twist to make succulent dishes, nice flavour and textures. Wine tasters with the meal a relaxed addition and fun addition. All enjoyed in a lovely courtyard surrounded by lemon groves. Excellent service too
I have had lunch at Bread and Wine five times (during a span of 5 years) - and I have loved it every single time! The courtyard is lovely, staff attentive and the food delicious - especially the pulled karoo lamb and the charcuterie! Lovely lemonades but the wine a bit ordinary... Hope I get a chance to enjoy my... More
We were wine tasting and had asked for a suggestion for lunch. Bread and Wine was the answer and it couldn't have been better. You access the restaurant by driving up a long winding lane off the main road in Franschhoek valley to the Moreson winery where the restaurant is located. The setting is among trees and when we were... More
My husband and I booked to have lunch here as we could not get into their 5 star restaurant called Le Quartier Francais. However Bread and Wine turned out to be really excellent for lunch as it doesn't do dinner. You will find yourself wishing you could try everything on the menu. The charcuterie is superb as the chef cures... More
Unique spot for having a great lunch. The terrace of the restaurant really sets the right atmosphere. The food is good, the charcuterie is a must eat!
My wife and I stopped here for lunch during our day of wine tasting. They have a nice outdoor patio. My wife was impressed with the wildebeest lunch option. The cheesecake dessert was delicious, but I wasn't a fan of the goat cheese sorbet - I think that one was a little too fancy for me. They also have a... More
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