Since it opened in 2016, Foxcroft continues to dazzle diners with its inspired and utterly sensational dishes. This refined gem in the charming High Constantia Centre is the sister restaurant of La Colombe (and La Petite Colombe in Franschhoek) and is co-owned by Glen Foxcroft Williams’ and feted La Colombe chef-proprietor Scot Kirton. The interiors are chic yet undeniably cosy, with a bar area (formerly the on-site bakery) creating the perfect space for pre-dinner aperitifs. We love the mid-century-modern-inspired chairs, wood panelling throughout, open pass (with an eye into the kitchen).
Top of the pots
Glen’s heavily inked forearm bears the word soigné – “prepared with great attention to detail; showing sophisticated elegance; carefully or elegantly done” – a principle that underpins every single dish that comes out of his open kitchen. Though the vibe at Foxcroft is more laidback than its buttoned-up sisters, the food is equally exceptional. We recommend everything on the set menu! It’s really good value: two generous tapas, a main and a dessert for R435 – undoubtedly the most memorable meal I have eaten in ages.
Winter 2018 weekday lunch special
Order any two plates off the lunch menu for R195 (or four for R295). The perfectly prepared and exquisitely plated dishes include seared tuna tataki, honey-glazed fig (with goat’s milk labneh and beetroot lavash), free-range pork collar (with gochujang, white cabbage, sweet potato and kimchi) and a sensational selection of desserts.
Please note The special is only valid from Monday to Friday, from 12pm to 2pm, until 15 July 2018, and the cost is per person.
Lunch: 12pm –3pm
Dinner: 6pm – 8.30pm (closed 15 July to 5 August 2018)