6 Reviews
Fine-dining food
Phone Number 0212023304 Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 12noon to 2pm and 6pm to 8.30pm

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Menu - Lunch Menu  - Updated August 2019 Dinner Menu  - Updated August 2019 Tasting Menu   - Updated August 2019 Sunday Supper Club Menu - Updated August 2019


4 course meals : Lunch: R495, Dinner: R545; 7 course tasting R695, Sunday Supper R395(4 course meal + welcome drink)
Fine-dining food
80 per bottle, 1 bottle per table of 4
4 course meals : Lunch: R495, Dinner: R545; 7 course tasting R695, Sunday Supper R395(4 course meal + welcome drink)
Bar scene, Business meetings, Groups, Special occasions, Views
Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Dinner, Food, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Wheelchair, WiFi

Critic's review

  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Food

Richard Holmes

Chef-proprietor Glen Foxcroft Williams brings a welcome informality to the realm of fine dining, from the minimalist table décor to the simple wood-backed menus. And there’s little pretence on the plates, where instead you’ll find a fusion of careful technique and bold flavours in perfect balance. It’s impossible to pigeonhole Foxcroft into a style of cuisine, with flavours ranging from spicy salsa matcha to kimchi served atop, of all things, Brussels sprouts. That makes each plate a surprise, whether you’ve signed up for the smaller four-course menu or eight-course degustation. Portions are generous, so go easy on the
delicious bread course, a crispy focaccia folded with olive tapenade.

The yellowfin tuna is a standout of the first tapas plates: perfect medallions of dark meat atop a smoky salsa matcha, neatly balanced by avocado mousse and pickled radish. There’s little fault in the braised beef shin with polenta and a burnt rosemary velouté, or the tandoori turnips, but the bowl of West Coast mussels is a must-order. Plump mussels swim in creamy chowder that seems a touch sweet at first, until the piquant pickled calamari takes the edge off. Again, balance.

There’s more balance in the main courses, where rich confit pork belly comes balanced by kimchi and salty pork jus. Williams takes sustainability seriously, and the line fish of
black bream is an equally fine dance partner to fennel, chorizo and smoked tomato.

A pastry chef in previous kitchens, it’s no surprise Williams is a dab hand at desserts. A standout is the poached pear with bostock, rooibos jelly and crème fraîche. You won’t find a more elegant interpretation of this classic.

Compact but carefully curated. You’ll find signature and chef-collaborated cocktails that tap into local craft spirits. The wine list shows equal care, with a handful of boutique estates per varietal. There’s about a half-dozen available by the glass.

Brisk and efficient, but with no shortage of hospitality. Excellent knowledge of the menu and the composition of each plate.

With its screed floors, industrial-chic ceiling and minimalist décor, this sleek urban space feels happily out of place in suburban Constantia. The long pass dominates one side of
the restaurant, allowing a glimpse into the kitchens, while prime window tables overlook seats on the shady terrace.

Best for…
Business lunches to impress, date-night dinners.

(October 2019)

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User reviews

6 Reviews
    Great to back with drinks and seeing a busy restaurant after too long. Food pleasant but sadly not mind-blowing....maybe they need a few more services to get back up to a 5☆? Don't understand why one is asked to keep your used cutlery for the next course as we are long past water restrictions and seriously COVID-19 is no excuse...mutter mutter...anyway... Wine list is solid yet overpriced and not enough of a selection in the more budget restricted range... Highlight was the bream for me and service was brisk... Not sure I'll rush back soon as there are stiff competitors who seem more on their game and in touch with consumers...
    Really AMAZING, mind blowing! Enjoyed the Spring Special Lunch Menu at Foxcroft. The service was great and the food was amazing! Highly recommended.
    Great food with interesting combinations, wonderful wine list!
    We celebrated our 1 year anniversary on Sunday dinner club and we loved it, the welcoming drink was such a nice touch ( and the choice was great) . Definitely recommend , service, food, ambience.
    I remain a die-hard Foxcroft fan. Excellent and impressively knowledgeable staff all round. It's evident that the greatest attention was paid to everything from the cutlery to the diners' comfort to the environment (considering Cape Town's reigning water crisis) and, obviously, the food. The bread course, tuna starter and line fish main were all absolutely splendid. Will certainly keep going back.

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