The Conservatory

  • The Conservatory Constantia, Western Cape
  • Breakfast, Contemporary, Continental, Fusion, International, Picnics, Seafood, South African, Vegetarian
  • Breakfast, Dinner, High Tea, Lunch
  • The Cellars Hohenort
    93 Brommersvlei Road
    Constantia
    7806

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Perennial favourites, served in a breathtaking setting

Guests may choose from three special locations – the main dining section, with stunning views of our historical garden with its ancient Camphor trees; the ‘breakfast room’; and the terrace overlooking the garden.

Our talented chefs has created a classic menu with a focus on firm favourites, including some of Liz McGrath’s personal recipes.

From Cape Malay rubbed line fish, Mushroom & lentil bobotie, Springbok on the braai, the menu has something for everyone, with a special lightness to dishes such as her signature Boland Cheese Soufflé with Cheesy Gin Sauce.

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Facilities

Group Capacity : 60+ People

  • Cuisine : Breakfast, Contemporary, Continental, Fusion, International, Picnics, Seafood, South African, Vegetarian
  • Ambience : Country, Family, Fireplace, Relaxed
  • Entertainment : Internet or WiFi
  • Dress : Smart/Casual
  • Reservations
    Reservations
  • Functions
    Functions
  • Outside Area
    Outside Area
  • Secure Parking
    Secure Parking
  • Bar
    Bar
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Kids Menu
    Kids Menu
  • Wheelchair Access
    Wheelchair Access
  • Corkage
    Corkage
  • Cocktails
    Cocktails
  • Cellar
    Cellar
  • Private Dining
    Private Dining
  • Weddings
    Weddings
  • Conferencing
    Conferencing
  • Aircondition
    Aircondition
  • Generator
    Generator
  • Accommodation
    Accommodation
  • Pet Friendly
    Pet Friendly
  • Events and Catering
    Events and Catering

Credit Cards Accepted

  • AMEX
    AMEX
  • Diners Club
    Diners Club
  • Debit Card
    Debit Card
  • VISA
    VISA
  • Mastercard
    Mastercard

Associations

  • Cape Town Tourism
    Cape Town Tourism