Astounding but true | A set of Post Dinner Artforms


A couple of meals out today and therefore the first ever blog with a lunch and dinner entry combined. All entries from in and around the Mosaic Estate near Hermanus. We have received a few entries recently from Spain and Peru that have been obviously taken within the home. Although we appreciate your efforts please note that the post dinner artform can only truly be expressed in an external environment. Part of the joy is enjoying the rapturous applause that one receives from members of staff at aforementioned diner/restaurant/purveyor of fast food. Cut to the chase - lunch was at the estate of Sir Robert Stanford. More specifically at Madre's Kitchen on the estate. Another first for PDA was using the remains of three meals in the creation of the formation (if you know what I mean). Two children's portions of sausage and chips (served with a stick of rosemary) and one delightful chicken burger laced with Chorizo and hand cut fries. The thick fries were a treat and surprised the diner.Three views of this baby. I would strongly recommend the restaurant - as you can see from the top photo the views are stunning, the food was cooked with attention and served with love. Our second entry has elements of the Germanic/Dutch influence from a restaurant in the centre of Stanford with an initially very strange atmosphere to it. The results shown below are from a lamb casserole served with veg and rice cooked well. Not a place to savour the finer things in life, but full of very/over attentive staff and chefs. The owner came out of the restaurant after we had left to talk of why he had left Pretoria and why he loves the Southern Cape and the village of Stanford.
Sir Bobalot

Sir Bobalot

Sir Bobalot is the lifetime's work of a family man. Written for family and friends. Although not a social man his info can be found on Google Plus. This blog is largely about social acceptance.
 
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