Wine & Dine
The combination of fine dining and premium wines are two of the greatest pleasures in life, encouraging good times, fond memories, love and laughter.
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Breakfast with us is like buttering your bread on both sides.
If you indulge early and with no haste, chances are that the rest of the day will follow suite. Crackling fires, warm pastries and home baked
seadloaf from tannie Jane's peusel spens. The choices are endless with the best known breakfast buffet in town. Our a la carte menu is not to be missed, featuring delights such as flapjacks with quality bacon, berries, banana and maple syrup. Breakfast is served from 07:00 - 11:00.
Traditional Sunday Roast
Most of the time we eat to get through the day; it’s about energy. Sundays we eat to be content. To reward ourselves for a weeks work well done. Perhaps to celebrate with a final leisurely meal before life takes us on Monday again.
Sticking to that homely relaxed feel we serve a “lekker bord kos” featuring a choice of roast meats, seasonal vegetables and rost potatoes.
Served between 12:00 and 15:00. Please ensure to make a booking as space is filled very quickly.
Lunch and Dinner
During 2013 our kitchen and dining area received a makeover! Panorama Restaurant now boasts views, not only of the lagoon, but of our kitchen too. Our dinner menu was refined and now has farm-style favourites with a few modern twists. We try to source our produce from local suppliers and we use what the region has to offer. We have local Saldanha Bay mussels and crayfish from Paternoster (when in season). Our famous oxtail soup and lamb shank still feature on the menu along with some new treats such as pasta Arrabbiata and more.
Tannie Jane’s gourmet coffee & peusel spens
Home baked rusks, sweet and savoury biscuits, preserves from koekie se ma in Aurora and beyond, Local organic salt from “Velledrif”, African artisan roasted coffee, fresh fruit salads for breakfast. Browse, look, smell, taste, enjoy.
Its about legends and locals still alive.
Its all there on the walls and sometimes in real life, as you have a malt or wee drum around the fire place.