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Press 20 Oct 2020

Idiom Restaurant – The perfect place to enjoy Italian-South African wines and panoramic views of the cape vineyards.

Tanique Echardt

The friendly hostess greeted us and showed us to our table which had uninterrupted views of the mountains. We ordered the 3-course menu with a wine pairing.

The chef served a delicious bacon jam crostini as an amuse bouche while we were enjoying our glass of prosecco. As a pre-starter to share, we had the Cape bream and tomato ceviche paired with an easy-drinking pinot grigio wine. We then had the lamb paccheri as our starter which was paired with a sangiovese wine.

For mains we had the Beef short rib which was perfectly paired with their cape blend wine.

For dessert we had the coconut panna cotta which was paired with their dessert wine. The chef also treated us to a delicious lemon macaron after our dessert.

Each course was perfectly paired with Idiom’s finest wines. The sommelier was extremely passionate about wines and gave us a tour of their tasting room and cellar after our lunch.

What a stunning property, thank you so much to the Idiom Team for this great food experience, I will be back soon!

Reviewed by Digital Marketing Manager of The World Luxury Awards: Ms. Kayla Lourens

For reservations, please email reservations@idiom.co.za or call +27 21 858 1088