- A 170-year-old farmstead houses this restaurant which is aimed at the diner who enjoys classical or standard fare prepared professionally, but does not necessarily expect innovation or the latest trends. The restaurant is set in several rooms, each with its own colour scheme, with friezes, at dado and ceiling level, and heavy drapes that enhance the feeling of the period. There is a predominantly Continental menu with a few South African dishes. With a sextet of soups, a selection of hot and cold starters and a large choice of fish, meat dishes and desserts, you will most definitely leave the Lord Neethling satisfied. Only wines from Neethlingshof Estate and the sister farm, Stellenzicht, are stocked.
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