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About The Class Room Restaurant

Enjoy superb cuisine in an elegant setting where the focus is on affordable fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere.

The chefs at the Class Room are all talented young graduates of Warwick’s Chef School who have compiled an a la carte menu offering something for every palate.

Mouth-watering creations include roast duck, springbok shank, rabbit pie, grilled rump, beef tongue, line fish and more.

This beautiful restaurant, which can accommodate up to 100 guests, is also the perfect venue for any special occasion such as weddings, anniversaries and birthday celebrations.

The Class Room is open from Wednesday to Saturday for a la carte lunch and dinner.

On Sunday, the focus moves to up-market family dining with a three-course set menu and mini table dessert buffet.

Directions to The Class Room Restaurant

From Cape Town take the N2 towards Hermanus and then the R43 turnoff from the N2. Proceed along the R43 until the Hemel-en-Aarde Craft Village on the corner of the R43 and R320.
Cuisine:
Fine Dining
Cuisine Other:
Fine Dining
Meals:
Lunch, Dinner
Ambience:
Traditional, Upmarket
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The Class Room Restaurant is 4.6km from the centre of Hermanus , the nearest airport 82.9km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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