Forage at Wildekrans

The critically acclaimed Forage Restaurant, situated at the beautiful Wildekrans Wine Estate in the Botrivier region of the Western Cape, South Africa provides an “indigenous dining experience” – a truly unique culinary encounter.

The inspiration behind the Forage concept is drawn from the 1800s, when the Khoisan (Indigenous people of the Northern Cape and a mixture of the original San hunter-gatherers and the later-arriving KhoiKhoi) foraged the land for their daily food. The Forage team goes back in time, recreating traditional food from the surrounding area. The weather and seasons determine what dishes will be prepared. The menu is seasonal and ever-evolving. The chefs only harvest what nature allows them to, and in order to ensure a longer harvest of wild edibles all year round. The guests can expect to taste variety of flavored dishes both unusual and delicious.

Forage @ Wildekrans also hosts regular Foraging Tours and guests are invited to join the kitchen team on a foraging excursion and enjoy a sample of their findings in a light tasting menu afterwards.

Regret no children under the age of 12 may be accommodated in the restaurant. Children will be accommodated at the tasting room and outside play area.

Trading Hours:
Mondays: Closed
Tuesday – Thursday & Sunday: 12h00 – 16h00
Friday& Saturday: 12h00 – 16h00 & 18h00 – 21h00

contact details for bookings:


Tel: 0282849488