Indochine Signature Travel Menu

Dine at Delaire Graff

Savour the taste of Thai-inspired cuisine at Indochine Restaurant.

5-course Signature Travel Menu R550 per person | wine pairing R350

Virgil Kahn, Head Chef of Indochine, has crafted a special 5-course set menu to celebrate Thai cuisine. Tucked away at Delaire Graff Lodges & Spa, Indochine’s intimate setting is ideal for a special lunch in the Cape Winelands. Admire sweeping views across the Stellenbosch Valley while Chef Virgil Kahn takes you on a culinary journey with elegant dishes infused with authenticity.

Amuse Bouche


3 small plates 

  • RED CURRY OF PRAWN | hollandaise, salted beef, dragon fruit, lavash, krachi

  • HANG-LAY PORK PANCETTA | pickled garlic, fermented greens, puffed rice, relish

  • TOM YAM | prawns, tomato, shiitake, lime leaves, chilli

Delaire Graff Chenin Blanc 2020

Main Course

  • JUNGLE CURRY OF WOOD FIRED CHICKEN LEG | kewra rice, fermented greens, pickled chilli, larb

Delaire Graff Merlot 2018


  • SOY BEAN BASQUE | toasted jasmine rice ice cream, persimmon, onion granola

Delaire Graff Sunrise Brut


*Kindly note that the menu is subject to slight changes*


DID YOU KNOW: In Thailand, food forms a central part of any social occasion, and it often becomes the social occasion in itself or a reason to celebrate. This is partly due to the friendly, social nature of Thai people, but also because of the way in which food is ordered, served, and eaten. Family and friends unite and share through food. A typical Thai meal includes five main flavours: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and spicy. Thai cuisine is also heavily influenced by Indian spices and flavours, which is evident in its famous green, red, and yellow curries. Impossible to confuse with Indian curries, Thai curries incorporate many Indian spices in their pastes, maintaining their own unique flavours thanks to local ingredients, such as Thai holy basil, lemongrass, and galangal. Other influences on Thai cooking come from neighbouring countries, like Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Burma, and Malaysia.


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