True South African tradition, style and hospitality. With open decks in summer and cosy fireplaces in winter it is the perfect all year venue. There ... More
True South African tradition, style and hospitality. With open decks in summer and cosy fireplaces in winter it is the perfect all year venue. There is a rustic wine cellar, an attractive, indigenous garden and a bar with a fireplace for chilly winter nights. Traditional dishes with contemporary touches are served from a real country kitchen. There is waistline-challenging excellent kerrie skaapafval (curried tripe and trotters), baked puddings of the day and traditional meltert (milk tart).
excellent location amongst the trees, the atmosphere was fantastic as would be expected for a friday night. Service was exemplary even with a full restaurant, but saving best to last, the food was everything you could hope for from a game specialist restaurant. We kept off the menu and dived into the specials, starting with the kalahari prawns (sheep's liver wraped in sheep lining) which was devine, followed by the ostrich special (ostrich steak presented medium rare, accompanied by roasted marrow bone, to be spread over the steak and cuscus). The food was complemented with a bottle of merlot or two... perfect local wine for local game food.
definately worth a visit!
Previously had excellent meals. last night had poor service, ages waiting for food, stale / old food and tiny portions . Food was way overspiced and not at all as had been described on the menu. Inedible.
Will never go back
Die Werf has always been a good experience for my mostly foreign guests and to myself!
The excellent food and the ambiance makes it a worthwhile and unforgetable experience.
Service lacks a bit finesse, but then, who is perfect in every way?
Never ever will I set foot in Die Werf again, which is a pity because it is a beautiful setting. My biggest complaint lies with management (rude to say the least!) and the fact that they do not train their waiters.
The first eco museum in South Africa, Tswaing is situated 40 kilometres north west of Pretoria. The main features of
the site are a 220,000 year old meteorite crater, Ndebele village, a marsh area and a variety of ecosystems. ...
Guest House with Bed and Breakfast or Self Catering. Elegantly furnished with luxury finishes. Situated on the southern side of
Pretoria in Waterkloof Ridge. Close to shopping centres main routes and Johanesburg International Airport