Last year I organised a Sunday Lunch for the family at Le Sel @ The Cradle through Restaurant Week. This is 100% a restaurant I will be returning back to thanks to delicious food and excellent service.

After being shuttled down to the restaurant in a golf cart – yip it is that far from the parking (but massive bonus no exhaust fumes to ruin your meal) you arrive at the entrance to a stone building that does not really look like much. But once you are inside┬áLe Sel you are welcomed by not just the friendly staff but the amazing view that stretches for as far as the eye can see. We opted for a table outside so we could really enjoy the view and sunshine. We ordered our pre drinks and started salivating over the menu, decisions were quickly made and the feast began. Le Sel offers a seasonal menu so it is ever changing and the Chef and Patron is award winning Coco Reinarhz.

Le Sel entrance

Le Sel interior

Le Sel outside patio

For starters we ordered the Beetroot Carpacio, Beef Carpacio, Salmon Bruschetta and Liver Parfait.

Beetroot carpacio, goats cheese and walnuts

Le Sel beef carpacio

Le Sel Salmon Starter

Le Sel liver parfait

Moving across to the main meals we tucked into Kingklip, Mushroom Rissoto and the Roast Pork Belly.

Le Sel Kingklip

Le Sel Mushroom rissoto

Le Sel Pork Belly

We were only meant to have two courses but being a family with a sweet tooth we shared Strawberry Cheesecake, Strawberry Shortcake and Baklava.

Le Sel cheesecake

Le Sel Strawberry Shortcake

Le Sel baklava

If you would like to see what Le Sel has to offer then I highly recommend it:

Website: http://thecradle.co.za/restaurant/
Tel: 011 659-1622
Email: enquiries@thecradle.co.za