Adjacent to the Steenberg winery, this is a stylish venue featuring steel, glass and water. There is an inventive tapas and bistro menu, and the food is seasonal, flavourful and bursting with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. There are also exotic influences in this constantly evolving menu.
Housed in the original thatched Cape Dutch building that forms part of the historic wine estate, this restaurant features fresh produce presented in an artistic and retro style. The menu changes frequently and depends on seasonal availability. The décor is stylish and elegant, and a glassed terrace boasts incredible mountain and vineyard views.
With a focus on simplicity, dishes are presented beautifully, with an abundance of fresh produce. Quality and attention to detail is evident in both the food and the décor, which is a visual delight - a multitude of origami swans swings from the ceiling in reference to Catharina Ras, who founded Steenberg.
The second installation of Liam Tomlin's award-winning restaurants, this is a welcome addition to the Constantia Valley. Tapas for two is the signature dish, where the freshest seasonal ingredients can be enjoyed in a contemporary glass setting from one of the highest vantage points in the valley. Advance bookings required.
This casually-sophisticated restaurant is one of Constantia's latest offerings. Specializing in fresh ingredients prepared in unusual ways and served tapas-style, it aims to provide the same intensity and thoughtfulness as fine dining, but in a more approachable format. Situated in the midst of a leafy shopping village, tables are inside or out.
Housed in a reinvigorated Heritage building, this bright open space with floor to ceiling windows is flooded with light. A varied menu with an emphasis on seafood, presents a wide range of options to please every palate. An extensive wine selection is housed in a gorgeous oversized wine fridge.
Surrounded by oak trees and the Groot Constantia vineyards, this eatery offers honest, flavourful cuisine with Cape Malay influences. Dining here is best done al fresco, adjacent to the historic manor house, enjoying sweeping views of False Bay in the distance.
Situated high on the slopes of Silvermist Organic Vineyards, this award-winning restaurant offers a sophisticated and imaginative menu to match its sweeping valley views. The cuisine is French with modern flair and an Asian influence. The forested setting is serene and sophisticated.
Housed in newly renovated premises that were previously occupied by the River Café, and originally the site of a school, this venue at Constantia Uitsig is rustic yet contemporary, with an innovative menu and eclectic winelist. The open-plan kitchen takes centre stage, competing with an attractive Art Décor bar and dramatic floor to ceiling cellar
Boasting fresh, seasonal and local ingredients, Simon’s nestles amid the vineyards at Groot Constantia. The menu features many of the all-time classics, and flavours are enhanced by the addition of fresh herbs picked from the restaurant's own kitchen garden. Picnics are available from the deli next door.
This bustling family-friendly establishment offers healthy and hearty fare in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Delicious thin-crust oven-fired pizzas, towering burgers, and mounds of colourful salads are just a few of the tempting offers. Rolling lawns provide ample space for children to run around while parents enjoy the view.