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Contemporary 3-course Dinner Special at De Kloof Restaurant

Restaurant Week is back!

It’s the time of the year, where upmarket restaurants across the country will offer their menu at reduced prices either for lunch or dinner. Seats have to be pre-booked in advance through the Restaurant Week online portal.

De Kloof Restaurant

De Kloof represents a movement against the usual culinary mediocrity and compromise. Their mission is to create memorable dining experiences that make you wonder why you missed out on good food for so long.

De Kloof is uncompromisingly and unapologetically committed to quality food and innovative dishes. Dishes and prepared according to classic European techniques with local influences. All their chefs are qualified…

How to book?

This year, De Kloof Restaurant will be part of Restaurant Week (29 September – 5 November) offering a 3 course set menu for dinner at R385

Book your table now!

Restaurant Week Menu:
The dishes have a suggested but optional beverage pairing


“Mushroom Eclair”
Biltong (optional) eclair. Shallot & truffle cream. Wild mushrooms.
Quinta do Sol cape vintage served chilled (50)

“Wild Prawn Risotto”
Argentinian wild prawn. Saffron risotto. Chicken skin. Minted pea puree. Chorizo. Clams. Grapefruit beurre blanc.
Spier Chardonnay/Pinot Noir (65)

Steak tartare. Cured & grated egg yolk. Garlic aioli. Sundried tomato. Pesto. Parmesan crisp.
Ridgeback Mischief sparkling wine (85)


“Pig in The Vineyard”
Smoked pork belly. Hanepoot jus. Mustard mash. Pork & apple samoosa. Dukkha braised cabbage.
De Krans Moscato OR Hakutsuru sake (65 / 75)

“France vd Korea”
Chicken breast ballotine. Garlic cream. Korean style chicken wing. Black rice & edamame.
Sebastian rose (65)

“Beefy Goodness”
Flat iron steak. Potato dauphinoise. Spinach in wonton. Honey roasted carrots.
De Kloof Swartland Pinotage (85)


“Tarte au Berries”
Summer berry tarte. Dark chocolate sorbet. Honey cream.
Jakkalsvlei Red Muscadel (45)

“Ushizi Ikhekhe”
Lemon cheese cake. Passion fruit ice. Minted crumbs. Mango sorbet.
Orange river Jerepico (40)

3-Course Dinner Menu: R385

Book your seats now!

Written by Marvin Leugering

Founder of FoodBlogSA Media. B.Bus.Sc. - Marketing; M.Bus.Sc- Tourism. A career in destination marketing was calling but then my passion for food took over. Welcome to our restaurant marketing platform.

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