If given the choice between designer socks, aftershave or spending time with you, what do you think your dad would choose? No contest, right. So, gift him your time and attention and bond over a laid-back country breakfast or lunch at Nederburg’s The Manor restaurant in Paarl on Father’s Day (19 June)...

And if it’s not your dad, then celebrate a meaningful mentor in your life the same way. If he’s been just as significant in your life, now’s the time to show him

If your guest of honour would delight in a family occasion, bring everyone along. The Manor has a selection of children’s menu options (for those under 12) and activities to keep them happy and looked after, while you chat and connect.

The restaurant is offering a special Dad’s Day man-sized menu for breakfast/brunch and lunch. A full-on cooked farm breakfast, featuring sausage and eggs with a Middle Eastern twist and flapjacks. And yes, vegetarian options are available. For just R165 a head, sparkling wine and orange juice and coffee are included.

If it’s lunch you’re after, join The Manor’s table family-style for a traditional Sunday lunch with lamb shanks as the star of the show, served with a host of veggies (crispy garlic potatoes, anyone?) and salad. Vegetarians can be accommodated on request when booking.  Keep space for the pampoenkoekies dessert. Lunch comes in at R295 a head. A delicious selection of Nederburg wines will be available to purchase. 


“Keep space for the pampoenkoekies dessert”

Please note, dishes from The Manor’s à la carte menu will not be available.

Breakfast/brunch will be served from 8:30 until 11:00, and lunch between 12:00 and 15:30.  Booking and pre-payment of a deposit is required.  Please call 021 877 5155 or send an e-mail to info@nederburg.com to make you reservation.

Contact details:

Physical address: Nederburg Wines, Sonstraal Road, Dal Josafat, Paarl, Western Cape, South Africa

Tel: +27 21 862 3104 or +27 21 877 5155

E-mail: info@nederburg.com



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