Offering seasonal, fresh cuisine, The Twelve Apostles is recognised as one of South Africa’s top places for wining and dining. Our modern French menu with South African influences is updated regularly by executive chef Christo Pretorius.
In 2013 made its debut onto the coveted American Express Platinum Fine Dining Awards list.
More than 95% of the items on the menu are sourced from the Western Cape in line with the Hotel’s Responsible and Sustainable Environmental Policies and follow the Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative’s best practice guidelines.
Fynbos & Feast
Stroll through the slopes then lunch with us in Azure
Recommended by our sommelier
Tea by The Sea
Freshly baked scrumptiousness
Beatrice Tollman, President and founder of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection, has published a cookbook that is her memoir of “A Life in Food”. This book is a celebration of recipes that have either been passed down in the family or discovered while travelling, and all have been perfected from her own personal experience and expertise in the kitchen.
In reading this book one immediately realises that the inspiration behind such endearing hospitality is driven by Beatrice Tollman herself. Many of the signature dishes which guests come back for time and again are those which she has collected, refined and perfected, and that she personally teaches to each chef in every property. Each dish is presented with a fascinating story of how the recipe came into being.
Perhaps the most surprising thing about them, especially for the enthusiastic amateur cook, is the fact that they are relatively quick, simple to prepare with ingredients that are easily sourced.
A Life in Food
Her book, her recipes, and her hotels, are inspired by the same thing - a deep, genuine and heartfelt desire to please and satisfy, and ensure whatever she does, she does it with all her heart.
“A Life in Food” is available at all Red Carnation Hotels and by mail order, priced £25.00, and all the proceeds will go to Bea Tollman's favourite charities - Starlight Children’s Foundation and The Tick Tock Club (Great Ormond Street) in the UK.