Stellenbosch Kitchen - The Jax Blog

Stellenbosch Kitchen is part of the historical hotel Stellenbosch Hotel that has been around since the days of Governor Simon Van Der Stel in the early 1700s. It was later restored in 1987 and declared a National Monument.

Located in Stellenbosch, the heart of South Africa’s Winelands, a mere forty five minute drive from Cape Town.

Recently I had the pleasure of being invited to attend the Grand Opening of this stately old dame in the Winelands.

Parking can be a bit tricky in town, but we were kindly escorted by the ever friendly waitstaff to a secure parking lot.

Greeted at the door by bubbly, with a choice of Rose or Brut, I knew we were going to be in for a good night. Hats off to the Chefs who kept up the pace of preparing delicious morsel after morsel as the crowd eagerly devoured each hors-d’oeuvre.




I am told that the Stellenbosch Kitchen sources most of their produce locally, to ensure only the freshest seasonal ingredients for their dishes.

Expect to find traditional South African cuisine as well as classical world fare on the menu.

The restaurant beautifully revamped yet still keeping hints of traditionally South African elements, such as the porcelain plates built into the walls, had more space and seemed somewhat lighter than before.

Stellenbosch Kitchen - The Jax Blog

Buzzing with many new and familiar faces, this spot certainly proved to be the talk of the town.

If you would like to try something new, I would recommend you visit Stellenbosch Kitchen.

You can find them here:

Address: Corner of Dorp & Andringa Streets, 162, Stellenbosch, 7600
Twitter: @STB_Kitchen

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