The Big Easy

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Main course (average): R200

Restaurant Address: The Big Easy ()
95 Dorp Street
Stellenbosch

Directions:

From the R44 coming from Somerset West, turn right at a set of traffic lights into Dorp St...

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From the R44 coming from Somerset West, turn right at a set of traffic lights into Dorp Street.

Travelling from Cape Town on the N2, take the Baden Powell off-ramp to Stellenbosch. Turn right at the 2nd set of traffic lights. Proceed through one traffic light. At the 2nd set of traffic lights, turn right into Dorp Street.

Travelling from Cape Town on the N1, take the Klapmuts off-ramp to connect to the R44, direction Klapmuts and Stellenbosch. Proceed through three traffic lights. At the fourth traffic light, turn left into Dorp Street.

Once in Dorp Street, you will pass a BP fuel station on the right hand side. The Big Easy Restaurant, a magnificent Cape Dutch style house, is 20m up from BP on the right hand side.
If you turn right from Dorp Street into the entrance of The Big Easy you will be in the parking area, this parking area stretches all the way around the back and other side of the building. There is also a huge piece of open ground behind the building where you are able to park. There is more than enough parking around and behind the building and we have a security guard monitoring the area.

Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Breakfast: 07h30 -10h30 (Week days),
08h00 - 10h30 (Sat, Sun & Public holidays)

Lunch: 12h00 - 15h00

Dinner: 18h00 - 22h00

Tapas: 15h00 - 18h00

Info about The Big Easy

Restaurant Description:

La Gratitude was built in 1798 by the first Reverend of Stellenbosch. It boasts a blend of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture and is known as 'The Grand Old Lady'. The building has been gently and tastefully renovated to provide the home for Ernie Els's new signature wine bar and restaurant.


We serve a wide selection of more than ...

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La Gratitude was built in 1798 by the first Reverend of Stellenbosch. It boasts a blend of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture and is known as 'The Grand Old Lady'. The building has been gently and tastefully renovated to provide the home for Ernie Els's new signature wine bar and restaurant.


We serve a wide selection of more than 170 wines, some of which you can sample from the cellars of the owners. Our proprietors own Rupert wines with L'Ormarins and Anthonij Rupert wines; Rust en Vrede; Guardian Peak; Ernie Els Wines and Audacia Wines. The fifth partner owns Villa di Buona Speranza olive oil from Lucca in Italy which is especially imported for using at The Big Easy

If the finest cuisine prepared with the freshest ingredients whets your appetite, then plan to enjoy the delicious taste of laid-back luxury served with a hint of history.


Ambiance: Casual

Licensed: Yes

Corkage: No BYO Extensive Wine list of 170 wines from Stellenbosch and surrounds.

Seating: 140

Facilities

Available

Bar


Available

Wheelchair access


Reviews for The Big Easy2 reviews

Average rating

5.0 / 5.0

2 reviews

I just love

Hugh & Mary Bradshaw

"My wife and I go to Cape Town most years/January. A must, is a visit to The Big Easy in Stellenbosch. Lovely to relax, eat tasty food and have a bottle of wine. Very friendly st..." Read more "My wife and I go to Cape Town most years/January. A must, is a visit to The Big Easy in Stellenbosch. Lovely to relax, eat tasty food and have a bottle of wine. Very friendly staff. Would love to meet the Big Easy himself there.
Full marks."

Superb

Anonymous

"I was at Cape Town last September 2012 for a business trip and the last day we decided to go to Stellenbosch for some vineyard touring. My colleagues and I decided to have some lun..." Read more "I was at Cape Town last September 2012 for a business trip and the last day we decided to go to Stellenbosch for some vineyard touring. My colleagues and I decided to have some lunch at a nice and quiet restaurant in the guide brought us to Big Easy.

Wow it really made my day. The environment is so calm and refreshing, and the food is mmh, marvelous, especially the seafood and the wine. Big Easy is a must go. The only pity is that I live so far away."



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