Terroir, still the hottest meal ticket, offers a Chalkboard Winter Menu

Michael Broughton’s Terroir, the Cookbook

Acclaimed winelands restaurant Terroir has welcomed the arrival of winter with a special menu offer that is sure to make this award-winning Stellenbosch eatery the hottest table in town as the cold sets in. From May to September guests can enjoy their choice of two dishes (starter/main or main/dessert) from Terroir’s French-inspired chalkboard menu for just R295 per person. This price also includes a glass of Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection wine.

Seared line fish with bean râgout & langoustines

Impossible to choose only two dishes from the chalkboard menu? Happily, a solution is at hand. “This year, for the first time, we are branching out to offer a multi-course tasting menu,” explains Broughton. The four-course tasting journey allows diners to select any four dishes from the à la carte offering, with slightly smaller portions allowing guests to discover more of the menu.

The four-course menu is priced at R395 per person. A wine-pairing option is also available, with a generous tasting portion (100ml) of memorable Kleine Zalze wine paired with each course.

Mille feuille of caramelised apple, rose, vanilla & fennel

The winter special offer is valid from 2 May to 30 September, at both lunch and dinner. Two dishes (starter/main or main/dessert, served as standard-sized portions) from the à la carte menu, with a glass of Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection wine, costs R295 per person. The four-course tasting menu with/without wine pairing costs R395/R495 per person respectively. Individual à la carte orders can still be made, and will be charged at the listed menu price.

Terroir – at dinner

Terroir is open for lunch from Tuesdays to Sundays from 12h00 – 14h30 and for dinner from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 18h30 – 21h00. Advance reservations are highly recommended. To book call 021 880-8167 or email restaurant@kleinezalze.co.za. Please note that Terroir will be closed for their annual winter break from 3 July and re-opening on 25 July 2017.

Information from Manley Communications

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