Opening Hours & what to expect:
We are open for lunch on Thursdays through Sundays (October – April) and Fridays through Sundays (May – September) 12:30 to 5:30pm, and are also available to host weekday functions by special arrangement.
Our set menu is currently priced at R375 for 3 courses. A discretionary 10% service fee will be added to the final bill, and a 12% service fee to tables greater than 8. Bookings of 8 people or more are subject to a 50% deposit by EFT for confirmation. Cancellations less than 48 hours before the confirmed time of the booking are subject to forfeiture of the deposit. (Please note that the price of our set menu has increased as of 1st November 2018).
Dietary requirements: Our set menu is a celebration of what is best in terms of local produce and most bountiful in the garden that week. Most dishes are served on large sharing platters in the centre of the table, so it is sometimes difficult for us to accommodate individual dietary needs Vegetarian guests – there is generally only one meat based dish on the menu, served as part of the main course along with a salad and one other vegetable based dish. We will prepare an additional vegetable based dish. Vegans will also be given special consideration. Gluten intolerant guests – we will do our best to provide wheat free options where possible however cannot guarantee that every dish will be wheat free.
Children are welcome at The Table. We however do not cater specially for children. Kids between the ages of 6 and 12 years will be charged 50% for the set menu. This is entirely at our discretion. Please be advised that this is a working farm and that you should keep an eye on small people at all times as we can’t accept responsibility for mishaps.
Jessica/Luke: 072 696 0530
Please note we are unlikely to answer calls over lunch service on a weekend. An SMS would be much appreciated and we will respond to you as soon as we can.
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Directions from Cape Town:
Take the N1 towards Paarl.
Take Exit 39 marked Stellenbosch/Klipheuwel and turn right towards Stellenbosch.
Pass the entrance to Klein Joostenberg which is on your left.
Take the first left at Sandringham Close towards Paarl (R101).
Pass Eaglesvlei and look for the next right marked Muldersvlei/Elsenberg. Turn right.
The first gate on your left is De Meye – it has brown info boards to help.
Directions from Stellenbosch:
Take the R44 (Adam Tas) towards Klapmuts.
When you approach Kanonkop, you will see a sign for Elsenberg on the left.
Take the Muldersvlei/Elsenberg road and follow it to the railway crossing.
This is a very active line, so stop and look both ways at the crossing.
Beyond the crossing look for the second farm entrance on your right which is marked De Meye.