The Restaurant at Waterkloof

Contemporary , European , French
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Main course (avg): R150

Address: Waterkloof Wines
Sir Lowry's Pass Village Road
Somerset West

Directions:

From Cape Town
Take the N2 towards Somerset West. Travel for approximately 30 minutes....

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From Cape Town
Take the N2 towards Somerset West. Travel for approximately 30 minutes. Take the R44 Somerset West (Broadway Boulevard) turnoff on the left hand side. At the set of traffic lights on the bridge, turn left towards Somerset West Main Road. At the first set of traffic lights, turn right into Somerset West Main Road. Continue down the main road and through town, past several traffic lights. Remain in the left hand lane and pass the Vergelegen Medi Clinic on your left. Follow the signs for the Sir Lowry?s Pass Village Road. Continue for approximately 3 km up Sir Lowry?s Pass Village Road. Waterkloof entrance gate on the left hand side.

Open: Lunch, Dinner
Winter: May - October
Mon: Closed
Tues - Sat: 12h00 - 14h30 for lunch and 19:00 -21:30 for dinner
Sun: 12h00 - 14:30 for lunch only

Summer: November - April
Mon ? Sat: 12h00 - 14h30 for lunch and 19:00 - 21:30 for dinner

DETAILS

Description:

Modern, yet simple, with spectacular vistas. Waterkloof Wine Estate's new signature restaurant, perched high on the slopes of the Schaapenberg, is taking dining in the Winelands to new heights. The new restaurant is housed in a 10 metre high glass promontory, which flows into the sleek tasting lounge with its state-of-the-art gravitational cellar. The restau...

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Modern, yet simple, with spectacular vistas. Waterkloof Wine Estate's new signature restaurant, perched high on the slopes of the Schaapenberg, is taking dining in the Winelands to new heights. The new restaurant is housed in a 10 metre high glass promontory, which flows into the sleek tasting lounge with its state-of-the-art gravitational cellar. The restaurant is set against the majestic backdrop of Waterkloof's amphitheatre of vineyards and the full expanse of False Bay.

Dining with French chef Gr?gory Czarnecki ? fuelled with a decades worth of experience garnered in some of the finest Michelin star restaurants in France ? calls for an unhurried indulgence of contemporary classics, complemented by the estate?s European style wines.

The restaurants open plan kitchen emphasises the Waterkloof winemaking philosophy: openness and transparency. Although stylistically diverse, each of the Waterkloof wines carries a strong core of elegance and integrity, which is exactly what the food is all about ? classical cuisine with a modern French twist.

Juxtaposed against the traditional, functional working cellar, this modern milieu of great visual appeal whets the appetite with unique culinary creations made with the finest local seasonal produce, with each dish revealing the ultimate combination of texture, taste and flavour to complement wine with a naturalist approach.

The Waterkloof restaurant can seat a total of 120 guests inside and outside on the elevated balcony. It opened its doors in December 2009 and serves lunch and dinner, from Mondays to Saturdays and lunch only on Sundays.


Ambiance: Elegant

Licensed: Yes

Facilities

Available

Wheelchair access




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