Indulge yourself in a winter feast
THE Goatshed restaurant at Fairview Wine and Cheese Estate in Paarl is hosting another annual series of its winter evenings. Last year’s hearty food-and-wine dinners were all sold out, so this is definitely a case of back by popular demand.
The first one was last night, and there are six more coming up when the Goatshed – usually only open during the day – will serve a three-course paired menu.
Co-owner of the country-style eatery, Shannon Riley, plays host while resident chef, SJ Nel, serves up much-loved Fairview classics alongside themed dinners inspired by a world of cultures and tastes, from Cape Malay to Moroccan.
Fairview is renowned for its award-winning selection of artisanal cheeses and a broad range of handcrafted wines, and these will again be a staple feature of the winter evenings.
Underfloor heating, wood fires and soul-warming wines will melt the cold Cape Town winter, allowing guests to fully enjoy the exceptional quality of Fairview’s fresh farm produce.
Fairview produces its own free-range lamb, beef and pork, butter, fresh artisanal loaves and pastries baked daily, a range of olives, preserves, relishes, spreads and cordials.
Tickets are R395 per person and include a three-course meal and wine. To book go to www. fairview.co.za and book online via the events page. For more information email goatshed@fairview. co.za or call 021 863 3609.