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While South Africa is known for its natural landscapes and wildlife, its winelands are just as famous and the Western Cape province has become a gourmet destination for global travellers.
We are a world of flying foodies and unlike the usual priorities when it comes to choosing the next holiday most of us now travel somewhere with a culinary journey in mind — to get a taste of the country, quite literally, rather than just to go sightseeing.
Nowhere is this truer than in Franschhoek which is dubbed the ‘gastronomic capital’ and wine heartland of South Africa. For those looking to discover the area in true foodie style jump on the famous Wine Tram - this hop-on, hop-off service combines breath-taking scenery, fine wines (naturally) and world-class food. Mont Rochelle is a stop on one of the routes, so jump on another route to sample even more of the area’s vineyards.
After all that exploring refuel like a true foodie in Miko. We believe the best way for you to experience authentic South African cuisine is to source local produce, which is why both our restaurants serve fresh dishes using produce from nearby suppliers. Not only does this support local businesses but it also reduces transportation ‘food miles’ and helps us to work towards our green goals.
Experience the ultimate foodie getaway at Mont Rochelle with our Franschhoek Foodie offer or email our reservations team.
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Mont Rochelle: Farm Worker Of The Year Awards 2018
2nd October 2018
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