Voyager Estate presents Cape Malay food during special lunch events on 19th and 20th March, offering a unique opportunity for you to try out something unique and different during the annual Margaret River Wine Region Festival.
Cape Malay food is ideal for anybody who wants to experience an exceptional blend of Malay and South African cuisine, with influences from Java, China, Africa and Europe – a marriage of savoury and sweet flavours and great spices.
The origins of Cape Malay can be traced back to the mid-sixteenth century when ships carrying merchants from Europe, convicts from Java and China, and slaves from Africa were bought to Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. There they met prisoners from Malaysia who began arriving in the late sixteenth century and soon a mixture of flavours started to emerge.
With its South African-style werf gardens and Cape Dutch-inspired architecture, Voyager Estate is an ideal restaurant to experience the special Cape Malay cuisine, match to its own variety of magnificent Margaret River wines. The restaurant has an a la carte menu that will be offered along with an autumn menu on the occasion of the Margaret River Wine Region Festival.
When: Lunch Sat 19th and Sun 20th March
Where: Voyager Estate
Contact: Naomi Garcia, Restaurant Manager 08 9757 6354