The internationally award-winning The Tangram Restaurant at the contemporary Durbanville Hills winery, is open for business again.
With sit-down restaurants receiving the go-ahead to open their doors, the Durbanville Hills team are thrilled to once again welcome back consumers for fresh, flavourful favourites prepared by Head Chef Tamzyn Ehlers.
All staff members have received training and are committed in upholding the protocols around COVID-19 related safety which include social distancing, mask use, and tableware and seating restrictions.
Although alcohol sales in the restaurant are closed until further notice, non-alcoholic sparkling wine and ciders are available along with soft drinks and warm beverages. Guests are able to purchase wines from the tasting room, Mondays to Thursdays, for at-home consumption.
Restaurant General Manager Dirk Steyn says it feels good to be back in business.
“I can’t tell you how happy I am to see our customers and families back at our restaurant. It is incredibly liberating to be doing what we enjoy most – sharing globally acclaimed cuisine amidst the breath-taking views of Table Mountain and enchanting scenery of vineyards.”
Guests can look forward to, amongst other, the eggs benedict with a choice of salmon, bacon or truffle mushrooms for breakfast or a hearty breakfast burger. For lunch Cajun grilled tofu, springbok roses, or Mozambican prawns and calamari for starters, and Chalmar beef fillet, organic pork belly, or lentil meatballs. Dessert is a treat with the heavenly salted caramel pudding, caramelized apple cheesecake, or dark chocolate mousse.
The restaurant is open Tuesdays to Sundays for breakfast, 8.30am and 11am, and lunch, between 12pm and 3pm, and includes vegan and gluten free options. Dinner is served Friday and Saturday evenings from 6pm until 9pm.
Due to limited seating, advance reservations are highly recommended. For bookings send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021-5581300.