Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Jason's Hill Private Cellar - Part 2

We went to Jason's Hill, near our home, for breakfast on Valentine's Day. They weren't doing anything special for Valentine's Day and we were the first people at the restaurant. There was a tent on the grounds for a wedding that was to take place the following day. Otherwise, the place was relatively quiet. A group of two couples arrived for breakfast soon after us. They chose to eat on the balcony, but we stayed inside, away from the cool breeze that was blowing.

The Bistro at Jason's Hill serves some of the best food in our region and at affordable prices. I don't know why we don't go more often. My first memory there was my birthday many years ago. It was my in-laws' treat. They booked a table for us for lunch. Our three teenagers were very young at the time. Amanda wasn't even born yet. The food was fabulous and whenever I think back on that day, it's with fond memories.

I've got nice photos of the stunning view, delicious food, and colonial decor to share with you today. You can click on the images to make them larger.

The stunning view from the restaurant.

Hubby took this great selfie of us and
managed to capture some of the decor too.
The window behind us has a view

of the wine production.

I wore my heart-shaped ring for the occasion.

Our breakfast menu with prices in S.A. Rand.

Our coffees came with a chocolate chip cookie each.

I ordered the Salmon Benedict.

My salad had a number of special details, like
all the green beans were cut lengthwise.

Hubby had the Ultimate Breakfast Burger.

View from the restaurant

Some of the decor

Don't miss Part 1, where I shared photos of the countryside and the wine estate's grounds.

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