Our freshly prepared breakfasts are served in the manor house dining area every morning from 06h30 am until 09h30 am.
Breakfast takes the form of a buffet that includes fresh seasonal fruits, cereals, plain and flavoured yoghurt, various breads including wholewheat ,white, brown, banana and madeira bread. A selection of cheeses and cold meats are offered every day. Toast, jam, fruit juice and filter coffee make up the buffet table.
Our waitrons will take your hot breakfast order from your table with our daily selection including bacon, tomato, mushrooms (when in season) and our special hot but mildly spiced beans. All of this can be served with either fried, scrambled, poached eggs or an omelette.
We don’t serve lunch from our kitchen as we seldom have guests in house during the day however should you be at the hotel over the lunch period we will gladly order in take out meals of your choice.
Dinner at the Safari Club is all about local cuisine served in a relaxed atmosphere allowing guests to sit back and unwind after long haul flights or long days out visiting our amazing city.
Dinner is served between 18h30 and 20h30 with the last sitting at 20h15. Should guests be delayed due to flights arriving late or delays at customs we suggest they buy something to eat at the airport before coming through to the hotel. No meals will be served if guests are not in the dinning room by 20h30.
Over the last 5 years we have received incredible feedback from global guests, which has encouraged us to continue serving local dishes that we would serve to our friends and families. Dinner consists of a 3 course set menu.
Every night we host a different theme based on meals that we as South Africans consider family favourites, giving our guests a chance to sample some beautiful fresh ingredients served in our own unique way.
Themes include a braai evening (Barbeque for most of our guests), bobotie (an all-time South African favourite), potjie evenings prepared with either chicken, lamb or beef, pasta evenings with a South African twist. All our meals are served with fresh vegetables and we offer vegetarian options across the board.
Our starters vary from soup to salads depending on the theme of the evening and the season.
Desserts include famous South African sweets including malva pudding, a South African twist on trifle and milk tart.
Our 3-course dinner is priced at R295 per person.
We cater for vegetarian and vegans, as well as guests who have specific allergy requirements.