We spent 5 nights in Franschhoek from 20th Feb after a gap of around 10 years. In all honesty much of the charm of the town seems to have been swallowed up by the numbers of tourists who are bussed in on a daily basis - and yes I recognise the irony of a tourist complaining about tourists.
That said we discovered a couple of miles out of town Bread And Wine. This is a lovely little oasis in the Moreton winery; the tables are set out in the shaded courtyard; the service is efficient but relaxed; the ladies (who forgive me I never got their names) who manage the restaurant are really lovely; but the highlight is the food. We have eaten in many Michelin starred restaurants around the world and the food here was on a par with many of them and in all honesty a whole lot better that some. So over 5 days we had lunch there 3 times and on every occasion it was brilliant. IMHO you will struggle to get better food in (and the reasonable price is an added bonus) Franschhoek which is high praise in an area which claims to be the foodie capital of the Cape.