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- Cape Malay
Constantia Cape Malay restaurant
The Jonkershuis is situated in the historic core of the Groot Constantia Wine Estate, overlooking the Constantia Valley Vineyards and with Panoramic views across False Bay.
Being situated in one of Cape Town's 'Big 6' destinations allows Jonkershuis to offer groups and individuals more than just a memorable dining experience. Enquire about a trip through the historic Manor House or a Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour of the Groot Constantia Cellars. There are also fantastic views of the Peninsula from the historic Baths high on the estate for those energetic visitors.
Relaxed and inviting, dine alfresco overlooking False Bay and Groot Constantia Manor House underneath the oak trees or in the Jonkershuis courtyard under the grape vines. Inside dining is elegant and informal with the double-sided fireplace adding warmth and grandeur during those chilly winter months.
Situated next to the main restaurant is a room with two large wood burning fireplaces at each end, a wooden ceiling and stable doors leading to the historic core and wagon courtyard, a perfect spot for groups wishing a more private area or a wine tasting to accompany dinner.
Bistro-style dining with a Cape Malay influence characterises the stylish and varied menu. The emphasis is on flavour, using the best local ingredients and fresh produce from boutique suppliers wherever possible.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 09h00 to 22h00, and on Sundays from 09h00 to 16h00. From 15 May to 15 August, the restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday, from 09h00 to 16h00 - the kitchen closes at 16h00 and then serves deserts and cheeseboards from 16h00 to 17h00.
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Gardens Chinese restaurant
This family friendly eatery perched above Gardens captures lovely views of Table Mountain and warm décor that embraces a ‘down to earth’ attitude.
Expect Chinese food and sushi, prepared traditionally and served with a fast and friendly service at Royo Kloof in Gardens.
Hyde Park Chinese restaurant
This take on social dining, Dim Sum, embraces soul dining, which loosely translated means ‘Touch the Heart’
The décor stages sleek, sexy and bold accents, embracing a minimalist and calm ambiance, heighted only by contented chatter from satisfied diners.
Whether dining over a quick lunch, languid luncheons or intimate dinners, So Yum’s vibrant culinary experience entices with authentic Asian flavours.
The menu brims with a high variety of quality meats, seafood and vegetable dishes, expertly crafted by skilled craftsman.
Compliment delicious Asian style salads, tasty wok stir fries, aromatic curries and mouth watering noodle dishes with flavoursome freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices or fragrant teas, exquisitely brewed in exclusive tea pots.
So Yum sets the trend for evolved standards of dining, where healthy, wholesome and perfectly crafted morsel wet the appetite for a sublimely decadent dining experience.
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