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The view from the restaurant at Cape Point Vineyards
a dish prepared and served at Cape Point Vineyard Restaurant

Cape Point Vineyards Restaurant

Cost
R200 avg main meal
Ambience
Coffee, Groups, Kids, Special occasions, Views
Food
Bistro fare, Italian, Modern
Payment
Amex, Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
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Owners description

Cape Point Vineyards is a unique little farm in Noordhoek  where vines are lazily nestled between mountains and ocean. As with the vineyards in Noordhoek, you’ll find that people here likewise take it slow.   So too in the kitchen they take time in selecting fresh ingredients and crafting all components of our dishes by hand. On behalf of the Executive Chef, Jonathan Gargan, they invite guests to that side of the mountain, where they would want  succumb to their nature; take your time, sit back, relax, and simply enjoy life and the breathtaking view.

The Vineyard is also open to picnics and guests are invited to collect their baskets from Cape Point Vineyards' Deli, where a runner will be available to assist you with carrying your picnic basket, pillows and a blanket to your chosen spot.

Thursday evenings makes way for the Cape Point Vineyards Noordhoek Community Market which takes place on the estate every Thursday evening from 4.30pm to 8.30pm, in a stunning setting near the vineyard’s dam.  Enjoy top quality food and drink along with the  magnificent views. There are children’s play areas to keep the young one’s busy and plenty of parking space is available! High quality vendors include The Foodbarn, Cape Malay Kitchen, Kitchen Cowboys, Passion Foods and Cooked. Entrance is free.

User reviews

  • My husband and I celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary at CPV. What a pleasant experience from beginning to end. The parking attendant was friendly and did his job well. The lady at front of house was very welcoming, with a radiant smile. Seated on the patio, the panoramic view was beautiful. Even the weather was perfect. For starters we had the soft shell crab and the char grilled prawns. Loved the squid ink crackers that accompanied the crab. Both dishes were full of flavor and couldn’t find any faults. For mains I ordered the Braised lamb and lamb cutlet on a bed of Mediterranean style veg with gnocchi and pine nuts. Both lamb cuts went down with angels singing - the braised lamb was slow-cooked till it surrendered with a mere jab of the fork, and the cutlet was perfect. The lamb jus was quite strong, and I preferred the lamb without it. The vegetables had good texture, punctuated by sharp bursts of feta and black olives. The dish is pricey, but for the chef’s attention to detail, the generous portion, and total enjoyment, totally worth it. My husband had the grilled rib-eye steak. He was ultra pleased with his steak, and his only reservation was that the onions were too sweet. The waitress was attentively pleasant and well trained. This is a wonderful venue for a celebration, but also great if you want to just enjoy life. We will be back.
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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Alfresco
  • Booking required
  • Child friendly
  • Dinner
  • Food
  • Licensed
  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Serves food
  • Smoking
  • WiFi

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