Take a seat on the terrace with magnificent vineyard and mountain views or cosy up in front of the fireplace in the colder months, while sipping on a glass of fine wine.
Paulina’s was named in honour of the original owner of the property, Paulina de Villiers.
She was one of the first lady landowners in South Africa and loved the land she tamed and planted. Paulina spent many years nurturing crops and working the same soils you see on the estate today. To pay respect to Paulina, and the land, the restaurant team is supporting local producers and farmers, just the way Paulina would have.
The full range of award-winning Rickety Bridge wines is available to complement your lunch. Taste your way through the ranges at the Wine Tasting Centre or follow the suggested wine pairings on the menu.
A carefully selected menu has been created to delight the little ones, as well.
Looking for a more personal experience? Why not make your own potjie alongside your friends and family. Potjiekos - meaning little pot of food - is a proudly
South African dish, traditionally made when friends & family gather.
A “potjiekos” (meaning “small pot food”) is a meal cooked in a cast-iron pot known as a “potjie” (pronounced “poi-kee”), but most South Africans refer to the dish itself as a potjie too. It usually consists of meat and veg and is cooked slowly over an open fire.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours
Cost: R500 per person