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Fyndraai at Solms Delta
Ambiance: Family friendly
Main course (avg): R165
Open: Breakfast , Lunch
Daily: 09h00 - 17h00
Description: Fyndraai Restaurant has a very unique and local twist on popular Franschhoek restaurants.
Dishes explore the diverse culinary heritage of the Cape, uniting European, Asian and African flavours in a fusion of tradition and creativity. Syrups and sauces enliven veldkos; elements of Afrikaner boerekos, with its strong ?Cape Malay? (slave) influences, are blended with ingredients favoured by the Khoi nomads who lived in the Franschhoek Valley thousands of years ago. All appetisingly plated for maximum eye and taste appeal.
Solms-Delta Delta Road Off the R45 Groot Drakenstein Franschhoek Valley
From Cape Town via the N1
On the N1 freeway, turn off at the Paarl/Franschhoek Exit 55, turn right and follow the R45 signs towards Franschhoek. Pass the R310 turn-off to Stellenbosch on the right. About 1km further, turn left into Delta Road, you will see the Solms-Delta logo on white walls.
The drive is about 12km from the N1 freeway. Allow at least 45minutes from Cape Town.
From Cape Town via the N2 (and Stellenbosch)
On the N2 freeway, turn off at the Baden Powell Drive exit and follow the Stellenbosch signs all the way into town.
Continue on the same road through Stellenbosch and look out for the turn-off (to the right) to Franschhoek via the Helshoogte Pass (R310). Continue over the pass and through Pniel to the T Junction with the R45. Turn right towards Franschhoek and 1km along that road, turn left info Delta Road, you will see the Solms-Delta logo on white walls.
Allow about 30 minutes from Stellenbosch.
The entrance to Museum/Restaurant complex is approx 800m down Delta road on the left (pass the Delta Crest entrance on your right).
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