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The Werf Restaurant at Boschendal
Our flagship restaurant, under the leadership of executive chef Christiaan Campbell.
Situated in the beautifully revamped original cellar of the Manor House, the focus at The Werf Restaurant is on contemporary farm to table dining using the finest local, seasonal and ethically-sourced ingredients. Expect fragrant fermented breads, slow-roasted ribs and brisket sourced from the herd of Angus cattle on Boschendal Farm, or house-smoked trout, pasture-reared poultry and accomplished desserts.
Lunch Wednesday to Sunday: 12h00 to 14h30. Guests to be seated by 14h00
Dinner Wednesday to Saturday: 18h00 to 21h00. Guests to be seated by 20h30
Please not that a 10% service charge will be added to tables of 8 or more guests.
Reservations are essential.
http://www.boschendal.com/eat-and-drinkDirect Tel: +27 (0) 21 870 4206
Perceptive Resonance Solo Exhibitionat Art in the Yard by Adriaan Diedericks
Perceptive Resonance is the latest body of work created by Adriaan Diedericks upon his return from carving busts in sandstone at the Fourth International Artist Symposium in Neustadt, Germany in August 2017.
Hinting at Rodin’s carved works, the show explores themes of identity, masculinity and the ideal form through an experimental and instinctive methodology which combines classical forms with abstractions. Jutting sharp edges are contrasted with smooth surfaces of the human form.
Adriaan Diedericks’ (born 1990, Cape Town) is a South African sculptor based in Strand, Cape Town. He grew up in rural Piketberg and his upbringing there has had a great impact on his work. After graduating with a Degree in Fine Art from Stellenbosch University in 2012, he did an apprenticeship with Lionel Smit from 2012 until the end of 2014.
He has exhibited extensively in group exhibitions, this will be his sixth solo exhibition.
His work can be found in private collections around the world – New York, Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Holland, Los Angeles, Australia, Las Vegas, Italy, Belgium, Germany, London, Canada, South Africa and Barbados.
On Sunday the 29th of October Art in the Yard in conjunction with Art Franschhoek will be hosting an exhibition walk through with Adriaan at 13h00 and a live casting demonstration by Adriaan at 15h00-16h00.
The exhibition runs from 21 October to 16th November 2017
For more information please contact Georgia
021 876 4280
Cooking Classes at Leopard’s Leap
Food lovers wanting to fine-tune or expand their culinary skills are invited to take part in a programme of Cooking Demonstrations conducted by Leopard’s Leap in-house chef Pieter de Jager and visiting local and international chefs. Staying seasonal and topical, the programme covers a wide spectrum of food types and cooking methods.
Demonstrations are presented in the Leopard’s Leap Kitchen, accommodating up to 20 people per demonstration. Large-screen television sets give a clear picture of the chef’s instructions and techniques, while each person receives printed recipes to apply their newly acquired cooking skills at home. Duration is approximately two and a half hours per class.
Demonstrations take place on the First Friday evening of the month. Demonstrations are followed by dinner. The meal is complemented by Leopard’s Leap wines best suited to the food prepared, as selected by Leopard’s Leap Cellarmaster, Eugene van Zyl.
Customised Cooking Demonstrations are arranged for special celebrations, family get-togethers and corporate team-building events. A minimum of ten guests is required for customised cooking demonstrations.
Cooking Demonstrations cost R450 per person.
No refunds will be given if cancellation is less than 48 hours prior to the Cooking Demonstration.
No children under the age of 18 allowed.