The Living Journey Collection


Robertson has a diverse and exciting food scene

The Small Restaurant

The Small Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with all bookings by appointment. There is seating both inside the Manor House and on the patio beside the hotel gardens. A classic menu with refined seasonal dishes elevating the best in local produce is served alongside choice wines from the valley.
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Four Cousins

Family restaurant in the scenic Robertson wine valley, on Route 62, with a beautiful outdoor kids play area, wine tasting room and onsite brewery.
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Tebaldi's at Temenos

Billy, Christiaan and Team look forward to welcoming you to our eateries at Temenos Retreat. Come to relax a while whilst enjoying all day light dining and breakfast at Out of Africa Café or enjoy a relaxed, focused dining experience at Tebaldi’s.
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Bourbon Street

Christina's Bistro @ Van Loveren Family Vineyards

Specialising in thin-crusted, wood-fired pizzas, gourmet burgers and a variety of seasonal chef's specialities, the Christina's @ Van Loveren bistro allows you to enjoy your meal with a glass of your favourite Van Loveren wine under a shaded pergola.
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La Colombe

Based in Silvermist in Constantia, this restaurant has a long and impressive list of awards to its name and rightly so. Listed as one of the best restaurants in the world, La Colombe offers every guest an unforgettable experience; excellent food, a wonderful atmosphere and lots of ‘wow’ moments along the way.


This exceptional steakhouse is the little sister to the world acclaimed Sandton Butcher Shop; butchery has been in this family since the 1930s and their standards are never compromised. Find out for yourself.


This magnificent Victorian House on Kloof Street is host to a trendy and vibey restaurant offering great food,  electric design and an electric atmosphere.


This is the newest of Luke Dale Roberts’ (The Test Kitchen, The Pot Luck Club and The Shortmarket Club) ventures. Set in the Glen overlooking Camps Bay, it promises spectacular views. The food and wine are world-class – imaginative, perfectly presented, and beautifully put together.


Seabreeze Fish & Shell brings a contemporary take on a traditional seafood restaurant. Embracing the seafood heritage of Cape Town, this restaurant sources its fish locally and sustainably and prepares it in a light and creative way.


The best views in Camps Bay. This chic bistro has a great selection of Mediterranean inspired food with a great beach vibe in a clean, trendy, and fashionable atmosphere.


Set in a prime spot at the Victoria Wharf, Baía enjoys spectacular panoramic harbour and ocean views. It has a cocktail bar, interior dining areas and a large covered outside dining area. Baía has an extensive menu but most pride itself on offering the finest seafood from around southern Africa and has earned the reputation as the place to indulge in the best seafood platter in the Cape.


This is a great addition to the already impressive Kloof Street. At ëlgr, the food (local with a Nordic inspiration), drinks, music and hospitality all work to create a perfect ambience. The exciting food is available à la carte or on a fixed menu. This is accompanied by an inspired and unusual wine list which showcases the best of local wine.


Located on Kloof Street, this restaurant has been a favourite for twenty years. Their food is local and reliably excellent. The atmosphere is so unique that you can’t help feeling that you are part of a big happy party. Very professional, very knowledgeable and great fun.


Located in Green Point, this friendly Italian restaurant has a great buzz and excellent service.  With the best quality ingredients cooked to perfection, generous helpings, good wine and friendly, informative staff – Il Leone offers a total dining experience.  


This is the little sister to the main Carne in the CBD. This small and intimate restaurant has, as the name suggests, great meat choices, presented at your table on arrival and cooked as you please.