Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia: Creative Cuisine Amid Lush Scenery

Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia

Liam Tomlin’s Bree Street original was a hard act to follow, but the Beau Constantia branch of Chefs Warehouse surpasses expectations.

Liam Tomlin’s original Chefs Warehouse on Bree Street has achieved legendary status since it moved there in 2013, garnering numerous accolades and becoming one of the favourite dining spots for some of the city’s top chefs and connoisseurs. So when the Irish-born chef announced plans to open a new branch in Constantia in 2016, with Chef Ivor Jones (Luke Dale-Roberts’s right hand man at The Test Kitchen) at the helm, foodies throughout the Mother City were understandably Intrigued to see what this exciting collaboration would produce.

Beau is Best

Beau Constantia Chefs Warehouse

The result: A restaurant that, as Chef Eric Bulpitt said in our Chefs Best Restaurants of 2018, “ticks all the boxes”. It’s no surprise that some of Cape Town’s top chefs voted Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia as the best restaurant in Cape Town for 2018.

What you’ll get is a dining experience to remember: a great venue surrounded by beautiful scenery, professional service, and the top-class cuisine you’d expect of a Liam Tomlin establishment. Like its Bree Street predecessor, the Beau Constantia branch focuses on tapas-style sharing plates, thereby providing a social experience to complement the rich flavours of the dishes.

Chefs Warehouse Constantia Food

Good to know Unlike the Bree Street branch, Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia does allow reservations (up to eight guests maximum), making it one of the prime spots in Cape Town for those looking to celebrate a special occasion.

Book through DinePlan.

Opening times Lunch: Tuesday – Sunday, 12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner: Tuesday – Saturday, 5.30pm – 8pm


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Time of publication: 18 August 2018