We're so proud of our restaurant, Bread & Wine, which has been recognised as one of the world's most underrated restaurants by CNN Travel. We couldn't agree more.
Food writer Tamsin Snyman says: "Eighteen years of masterful cuisine has been carved here into the fabric of Franschhoek's culinary scene, courtesy of Neil Jewell, who cut his teeth in the kitchens of Stephen Bull, Richard Corrigan and Ray Neve before he began his journey at Bread & Wine. "His wife Tina, a master-baker, runs the front-of-house, while Jewell, also known as the charcuterie king of the country, toils in the kitchen. Locals return time and again for his bespoke charcuterie platters, his champion dish of butter-roasted kingklip with chicken-wing confit and pickled mushrooms. "The seasonally updated menu also includes treats such as warm salad of bone marrow, oxtail and sweetbreads."
I've scanned in a copy of the article but I think that you should still pick up a copy of the magazine because, let's face it, my scanning abilities leave a lot to be desired. I think that I've finally come to terms with the fact that I will never been a Professional Scanner. It's a lot to deal with but I am sure you will all be relieved to hear that I'm handling the disappointment surprisingly well. Shoo. I can here that collective sigh of relief.