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Traditional South African Food at “Annie se Kombuis”



Marika, is the new enigmatic owner of Annie se Kombuis in Warrington Place, along Harbour Road. Since the restaurants’ inception in 2001, it was chosen as one of the Top 3 restaurants in Hermanus, by none other than
the New York Times nogal.

Marika is a people’s person, she loves promoting South Africa and in particular Hermanus.
She enjoys getting to know her customers and always goes the extra mile
to ensure a good time is had by all.
The extensive wine list promotes the wine of the region.
Marika places great emphasis on supporting the local wine estates in the Overberg region. She assures “You will find yourself ordering more than one bottle after sampling the fruits from our local wine estates,”.  Her music evenings have become legendary and are much anticipated by locals and tourists.

Good food, good wine and good company is in keeping with Marika’s motto:
|“If you open your heart, love opens your mind.”
The wide variety of traditional South African cuisine is lovingly prepared by Marika and her staff, the secret to her success is her hands-on approach. The recipes were passed down from Marita’s great grandmother to her mother and are now being used in the kitchen to continue the legacy of traditional South African cooking. “Traditional South African cuisine is inspired by the romanticism of the culinary art of earlier centuries at the Cape of Good Hope.”
Different nationalities each brought with them a favourite recipe – and these old-time recipes have become part and parcel of the Cape culture and many of these dishes feature on the menu. “Our forefathers enjoyed simple cooking – and were mostly free from the modern man’s curse of high cholesterol, diabetes and obesity,” explains Marika. The Germans brought stuffed vegetable marrow and their extremely popular pies made from chicken, venison or lamb. Annie’s pies are just as popular and are sold at the Hermanuspietersfontein Food and Wine Boeremark on Saturdays. The German influence afforded us a variety of boerewors, while the French introduced their renowned sauces.
. “I love cooking food the traditional way, as I would cook at home, so I cook in the restaurant, obviously in bigger quantities. We have transformed recipes such as waterblommetjies, venison, chicken pie, offal, bobotie, smoorsnoek and many other mouthwatering dishes, to serve to our customers in the true “boere” fashion.”
Annie se Kombuis serves a mean oxtail and she is famous for her tasting platter – even Dassiesfontein now offer a similar dish!

With the onset of winter, the old antique stove will be lit for warmth and the soup of the day will warm the cockles as a kick-start to your dining experience. Or try the smoorsnoek – a true South African favourite.
For the more adventurous diner – the exotic Kudu, Oryx (Gemsbok) Eland, Springbok and Ostrich fillets done to mouthwatering perfection will satisfy the most discerning palette.
Vegetarians are catered for and Marika promises that no-one will leave her establishment feeling hurried or hungry!

Warrington Place
Harbour Road
Hermanus
Tel/Fax: (028) 313-1350
E-Mail: [email protected]

 

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