The 25 Best Wine Farm Breakfasts in The Cape

The 25 Best Wine Farm Breakfasts in The Cape Le Chêne at Leeu Estates

The early bird catches the mimosa.

Is there any meal more comforting than breakfast? Creamy scrambled eggs on sourdough toast, crunchy granola with honey and thick Greek yoghurt, brioche with maple syrup and mascarpone…

Now add a tranquil country setting – with sunny-side-up views of vineyards, mountains or a gurgling stream at a Cape wine farm – and you have the makings of picture perfection.

We’ve rounded up the Top 25 Winelands breakfasts, where magical surroundings match the scrumptious food.

Which are your favourites? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

Find a wine farm breakfast in the following areas

Somerset West


Tryn at Steenberg

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Tryn at Steenberg

When it comes to breakfasts in the Constantia Valley, the location of Tryn at Steenberg is hard to beat. Surrounded by verdant vineyards and majestic mountains, the stylish eatery is a vibrant venue brimming with youthful energy. It pays homage to Steenberg’s 17th-century owner, Catharina Ras (known as Tryn to friends and family), and boasts a plush interior and lovely sun-kissed patio. Known for the wonderful seasonal menu created by chef Kerry Kilpin, the refreshing mix of flavours follows through to the delicious breakfasts. Try the moreish flapjacks, eggs Benedict, homemade nut and seed granola or a hearty breakfast wrap, and for more of a brunch vibe, West Coast oysters with a side of bubbly. Bringing the kids? There’s more than enough on offer (including lawn games!) to satisfy them too.
Opening times Breakfast: Monday – Sunday, 8am – 11am
Lunch: Monday – Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: Tuesday – Saturday, 6pm – 10pm
Contact 021 713 2211,
Where to find it Steenberg Estate, Steenberg Road, Constantia
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Nest Deli at Constantia Uitsig

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Nest Deli at Constantia Uitsig

At the end of a quaint row of artisanal purveyors, Nest Deli at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate serves delicious, farm-fresh dishes in a setting that feels as warm and welcoming as your grandmother’s kitchen. The delicious selection of morning bites includes moreish pumpkin-seed granola and yoghurt, French toast two ways, an omelette with your choice of filling, classic eggs Benedict, and more. In addition to offering breakfast, light lunches and patisserie (some of which are baked on site), the laidback eatery also stocks a wide selection of deli favourites such as baked goods, olive oil, jams and preserves. Owners Joy and Keith Henderson are always on hand to make sure their customers are happy and leave clucking contentedly.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 8am – 4.30pm (breakfast served until 12pm)
Good to know The kitchen is open until 7pm on Friday and Saturday evenings during summer.
Contact 021 204 3133,
Where to find it Constantia Uitsig Estate, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia

Jonkershuis at Groot Constantia

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Jonkershuis at Groot Constantia

Situated on the oldest wine farm in the Cape, Jonkershuis is ripe with breathtaking views of the False Bay coastline, sweeping vineyards and unrivalled history. Entering the estate, you are drawn towards this characterful eatery that offers outdoor seating under ancient oak trees, a cosy courtyard and fire-side intimacy indoors. A lovely venue for breakfast with friends, family or a significant other, the classic menu (with gluten-free and Banting options) includes freshly baked croissants and scones, oats, French toast, a farmer’s breakfast, eggs Benedict in various ways, and fresh sourdough toast with an array of toppings such as smashed avo, scrambled eggs and bacon, salmon trout and sautéed mushrooms. Bring the little ones as there are tasty options for them too – not to mention a duck pond and lots of grass to run around on.
Opening times September – April: Monday – Saturday, 8am – 9pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
Sunday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast until 11.30am)
May – August: Sunday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast until 11.30am)
Friday & Saturday, 8am – 9pm (breakfast until 11.30am)
Contact 021 794 6255,
Where to find it Groot Constantia Wine Estate, Groot Constantia Road, Constantia

Four & Twenty at Constantia Uitsig

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Four & Twenty at Constantia Uitsig

Four & Twenty has been a long-time favourite of brunch-loving hedonists and health-conscious foodies alike in Wynberg’s Chelsea Village. The charming café, run by Tracy-Leigh Gaag, serves some of the best all-day breakfasts and bakes in town. And now you can get your fix at its sister café at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, which offers all the same deliciousness but with a few tweaks. You’ll find the indulgent Benedict menu with four different kinds to choose from (including the Green Eggs & Ham Benedict with poached eggs, Dijon-brushed sourdough, basil Hollandaise and crispy hickory ham). There are also build-your-own breakfast options, a breakfast bowl, and flapjacks with caramelised banana and pecan streusel. And not forgetting the glorious freshly baked treats, including a variety of scones and muffins. All of the above go beautifully with a glass (or bottle) of Constantia Uitsig bubbly, or there are fresh juices, coffees and silk-teabag brews. Nab a spot on the porch and take in the revitalising wine-farm views.
Opening times Monday – Saturday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast/brunch served all day)
Sunday, 9am – 4pm (breakfast/brunch served all day)
Contact 021 012 5994,
Where to find it Cottage 5, Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia

Coffee BloC at Buitenverwachting

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Coffee BloC at Buitenverwachting

Found on the beautiful Buitenverwachting wine estate, this low-key spot serves delicious coffee, and lovely wholesome breakfasts. The coffee is among some of the best to be found in the beautiful Constantia Winelands, not to mention the dreamy farm setting is sheer bliss for the little ones. The garden area outside the coffee shop has a wide-open lawn, with an ancient oak tree that’s home to a family of owls, providing hours of entertainment for kids. Tables are set around the shaded courtyard fountain, or inside the laidback interior – the perfect spot for a relaxing weekend coffee and morning delights of Bircher muesli, omelettes, freshly baked pastries, eggs Benedict and flapjacks, to name a few. Next door is Buitenverwachting’s tasting room, should you wish to make some post-breakfast purchases, or enjoy an afternoon sip session.
Opening times Monday – Saturday, 8am – 4pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Contact 021 794 5190/1,
Where to find it 37 Klein Constantia Road, Constantia


Jéan Deli at Klein Roosboom

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Jéan Deli at Klein Roosboom

This family-run boutique winery is a hidden gem, known for its unique wine-tasting caves. Now the restaurant-deli (opened in February 2020 in a contemporary-industrial space) has us contemplating permanent residency on the farm! The vision of owner and winemaker Karin de Villiers, it welcomes visitors into an interior filled with farm-style wooden tables and deli shelves lined with take-home preserves and homemade goodies. Named after Karin’s late husband, Jéan, the eatery exudes a homely ambience, where chef Lorianne Heyns (formerly of Spier) takes an uncomplicated approach to food, delicately balancing flavours that shine. Tuck into morning delights that include banana bread French toast, toasted sourdough with pears and gorgonzola, a smoked snoek open omelette, breakfast pizza or a pan-roasted mushroom and manchego cheese croissant. Only a handful of wine-farm restaurants are positioned this close to the vineyards, especially if you’re on the shaded patio – simply magical!
Opening times Tuesday – Thursday, 9am – 4pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Friday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast until 11am); Saturday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast until 11am)
Sunday, 8am – 4pm (breakfast until 11am)
Contact 079 693 9646,
Where to find it Klein Roosboom Boutique Winery, Tygerberg Valley Road, Durbanville
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Groot Phesantekraal

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Groot Phesantekraal

Just outside the hustle of Durbanville town centre, this farm is a convenient and lovely escape from the city. Surrounded by rolling vineyards, the restaurant at Groot Phesantekraal is housed in the converted farm stable (built in 1767), a wonderfully unique setting in which to enjoy a selection of wholesome, country-style dishes with a modern edge. Take a seat at a table beside the original wooden mangers, and pick your favourites off the seasonal menu, which currently includes beetroot-cured salmon gravadlax on seed loaf; banana bread French toast with elderflower stone fruit; corn and spring onion waffle Benedict; summer berry chia seed bowl; olive and mozzarella arancini balls; or a classic cooked breakfast. No matter what you choose, this fabulous location will offer a wonderfully authentic countryside experience.
Good to know This is a popular place, so book before you go.
Opening times Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 3.30pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 3pm (brunch menu)
Contact 021 825 0060,
Where to find it Groot Phesantekraal Farm, Klipheuwel Way, Durbanville
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The Deli at Boschendal

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: The Deli at Boschendal
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With its ancient oaks, verdant expanses of unmanicured gardens and dramatic mountain and vineyard vistas, Boschendal is blessed with some undoubtedly spectacular scenery. While its acclaimed Werf Restaurant offers a more high-end dining experience for lunch and dinner, the lovely laidback Deli – with its scattering of tables under the shady oak trees – is an ideal spot for a wholesome brekkie. Expect exceptional freshly brewed cuppas, paired with the likes of farm-fresh banana loaf toast with Colby cheese, banana flapjacks, Angus beef boerewors with tomatoes, onions, eggs and mosbolletjie toast, and fresh just-baked pastries (to name a few) for a scrumptious morning feast. What’s more, a selection of the breakfast options are on offer all day, so you needn’t rush out of bed at the crack of dawn. There’s a wood-burning fire and seating inside for chilly days.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 8am – 9pm (breakfast served until 4pm)
Please note The Deli will be closed for the Night Markets on 23 and 30 December 2021.
Contact 021 870 4274,
Where to find it Boschendal, Pniel Road, Groot Drakenstein, Franschhoek
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Le Chêne at Leeu Estates

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Le Chêne at Leeu Estates

With chef Oelof Vorster heading the kitchen (under the experienced eye of chef Darren Badenhorst), Le Chêne presents a confidently South African menu that’s comfortingly familiar, yet wholly unexpected and simply delicious! Aside from lip-smacking lunches and dinners, this sumptuous spot also offers stellar breakfast dishes, available Friday to Sunday only – perfect for those on a weekend escape to the Winelands. The extensive menu features both hot and cold options, including fruit and Bavarian yoghurt verrine, local 12-hour cured trout gravlax, berry and coconut chia seed pots (vegan), croque-monsieur, toasted walnut brioche French toast, and even the likes of cream of exotic mushroom ragout with Brioche croutons, organic poached egg and black pepper labneh. Droolworthy! As one would expect from a Leeu Collection establishment, service is exemplary and the interiors sophisticated and pared back.
Opening times: Monday – Sunday, 7am – 9.30pm (breakfast served until 10.30am)
Contact 021 492 5983,
Where to find it Leeu Estates, Dassenberg Road, Franschhoek
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The Deli at Grande Provence

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: The Deli at Grande Provence

One of the oldest estates in the Franschhoek valley, filled with Cape Huguenot heritage, Grande Provence is reminiscent of a French country escape, with a slice of homespun comfort (and artistic flair) thrown in. Sit under the ancient oaks a stone’s throw from the vineyards, and drink in the mountain views as you enjoy a farm-fresh breakfast in style. (Many of the ingredients used come from Grande Provence’s Heritage Garden – and the deli is a showcase for this bounty.) From eggs Benny, omelettes and a farmer’s breakfast (sausage, eggs, bacon, mushrooms, the lot – even hand-cut chips) to homemade granola, smashed avo on toast, breakfast burgers and even a breakfast salad (with your choice of Franschhoek trout or poached egg), you’re sure to find something that tickles your fancy.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 9.30am – 3pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
Contact 021 876 8600,
Where to find it Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, Main Road, Franschhoek

The Terrace Restaurant at Haute Cabrière

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: The Terrace Restaurant at Haute Cabrière

The weekend Pierre Jourdan Bubbles & Brunch is the main attraction at this scenic Franschhoek winery – where visitors are invited to pull up a seat on the sun-kissed terrace and enjoy an array of delicious dishes to kickstart your day with a bang. The short but sweet menu has a host of delicious, classic options such as croissant-loaf French toast with maple syrup and bacon; toasted ciabatta with mushrooms, smoked mozzarella, chorizo and a fried egg; sourdough toast with avocado, poached egg and hollandaise; salmon and cream cheese bagels; and a savoury croissant with crispy bacon and scrambled egg – all paired with Pierre Jourdan Cap Classique. Chin chin!
Opening times Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 11am
Contact 021 876 8500,
Where to find it Haute Cabrière, Lambrechts Road, Franschhoek
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Babel at Babylonstoren

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Babel at Babylonstoren

Dating back to 1692, Babylonstoren lies in the very heart of the Cape Winelands, halfway between Franschhoek and Paarl. The luxury of this farm haven is in the integrity and authenticity of it all. Housed in the original cowshed, the farm’s restaurant is a laidback yet sophisticated space, a mix of Cape-Dutch architecture and contemporary décor. The simple menu changes seasonally to maximise what’s on offer in the farm’s famous 4.8-hectare garden, and each meal is plated as beautifully as the garden that surrounds it. Breakfast is by prior booking only; there is a set price and you get to choose from a ready-to-eat spread of sweet and savoury granola, Babylonstoren buffalo fior de latte and other regional cheeses with charcuterie, croissants fresh from the on-site bakery (served with the farm’s butter and preserves), a fruit, yoghurt and muesli health breakfast and a traditional hot breakfast of eggs, bacon and boerewors. Coffee, tea and cold-pressed fresh juices are included too.
Opening times Breakfast: Monday – Sunday, 8am – 10am (last order 9.30am)
Lunch: Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 3.30pm
Dinner: Monday – Sunday, 6pm – 10pm (last seating 7.30pm)
Contact 021 863 3852,
Where to find it Babylonstoren, Simondium Road, Klapmuts

Cosecha Restaurant at Noble Hill Wine Estate

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Cosecha Restaurant at Noble Hill

Situated on the granite slopes of the majestic Simonsberg, and surrounded by hectares of vineyards, Noble Hill is a secluded sanctuary ideal for escaping the hustle and bustle of Paarl. Together with wonderful valley views and a top-notch selection of wines, the estate is home to the popular Latino-inspired Cosecha Restaurant. The flavoursome dishes – some with a fiery twist – make for an exciting meal any time of day. Dine alfresco on the lawn or on the covered deck, and savour a breakfast burrito (eggs, potatoes, black beans and cheddar in a flour tortilla with bacon and/or avo); breakfast tacos (eggs, black beans, cheddar, avo and bacon); huevos rancheros (spicy eggs, black beans, cheddar and streaky bacon on homemade corn tortillas), or the spicy hash (chopped beef and potatoes) and poached eggs on homemade tortillas. Should breakfast run into brunch, Cosecha is also known for its popular guacamole, served table-side by an expert guacistador and paired with fresh tortilla chips.
Opening times Thursday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast served all day)
Contact 021 874 3844,
Where to find it Noble Hill Wine Estate, Klapmuts-Simondium Road, Simondium, Paarl

Goatshed Restaurant at Fairview

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Goatshed Restaurant at Fairview

Surrounded by rolling, vine-covered hills, this cheese and wine farm offers a number of attractions, including a deli for take-home goods, a bakery, tasting room, tasting classes and, of course, the Goatshed Restaurant. Build up an appetite with the kids by visiting the iconic “goat tower” before tucking into a farm-to-table breakfast in this charming country-style restaurant. The menu features many firm favourites, including the full Fairview farm breakfast and the Goatshed’s croque-madame, plus mushroom and brie bruschetta topped with tomato relish and onion jam; cured trout with scrambled eggs on rye; coconut and quinoa porridge; and muesli and yoghurt with berry coulis. For something more on the brunch side, how about sharing a Camembert baked in a ciabatta with pesto and red onion jam? For larger groups, set menu options are available on request.
Opening times Until 19 December 2021: Wednesday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast served until 11am)
From 20 December 2021 to 9 January 2022: Monday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast until 11am)
Contact 021 863 3609,
Where to find it Fairview Wine and Cheese, Suid-Agter-Paarl Road, Paarl
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Somerset West

Stables at Vergelegen

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Stables at Vergelegen

This popular wine estate, overlooking the Hottentots-Holland Mountains, is a buzzing destination at any time of year, not only for wine connoisseurs but for nature-lovers and foodies as well. Breakfast is served in the contemporary-cool farmhouse bistro, and includes an extensive selection of wholesome dishes with a modern twist. Think classics like French toast or homemade muesli and yoghurt alongside more substantial dishes such as the Deluxe (two eggs, grilled back bacon, pork sausage, slow-roasted mushrooms, sautéed potatoes and tomato) or the Vineyard (sweet potato rösti topped with fresh spinach, rocket, roasted field mushrooms and homemade creamy basil pesto). The historical grounds are steeped in heritage, with awe-inspiring gardens, a delightful picnic area and a modern tasting centre – you’ll find yourself lingering long after your first meal of the day is done.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 8.30am – 5pm (breakfast served until 11.15am)
Contact 021 847 2156,
Where to find it Vergelegen Estate, Lourensford Road, Somerset West
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Millhouse Kitchen at Lourensford

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Millhouse Kitchen at Lourensford

Located on the beautiful Lourensford Wine Estate, this contemporary eatery offers a cool, industrial-chic ambience, with indoor and outdoor seating. Décor aside, there’s an unmistakable countryside feel to this charming eatery whose array of Italian- and French-inspired bistro dishes are sure to get your morning off to a great start. Tuck into the likes of eggs and bolognese, scrumptious flapjacks or omelettes, health bowls, freshly baked croissants (sweet or savoury), and huevos rancheros, all washed down with freshly brewed cuppas and organic fruit juice. In addition to a lovely kids’ menu, there’s a delightful garden right in front of the deck where the little ones can play outdoors. A wonderful spot for the whole family!
Good to know The Red Riding Hood Deli at the Coffee Roasting Company makes divine coffee and fresh pastries for morning bites on the go, while the Lourensford Market (open Friday, Saturday and Sunday) has endless food offerings.
Opening times Tuesday – Saturday, 9am – 10pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
Sunday & Monday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast until 11.30am)
Contact 079 717 3799,
Where to find it Lourensford Wine Estate, Lourensford Road, Somerset West
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The Restaurant at Longridge Wine Estate

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: The Restaurant at Longridge Wine Estate

High up on the Helderberg slopes lies Longridge Wine Estate, where a combination of Mediterranean-like climate conditions and cool ocean breezes makes the wine-growing conditions rather unique among Stellenbosch estates. The magic continues at the estate’s restaurant, where chef Maritz Jacobs oversees a kitchen that uses produce from the estate’s own organic garden and farmlands. The vine-wrapped eatery, with lovely tables in a terraced garden, creates the perfect ambience to savour wholesome breakfasts, which might include freshly baked scones, hearty bacon, egg and sausage farm plates, moreish flapjacks with seasonal berries, fresh fruit bowls, and eggs Benedict on buttery toasted brioche. The fuss-free menu, combined with panoramic views of Table Mountain and False Bay, makes for a stellar breakfast choice.
Opening times Tuesday, 8am – 3:30pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Wednesday – Saturday, 8am – 10pm (breakfast until 11am)
Sunday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast until 11am)
Contact 021 855 4082,
Where to find it Longridge Wine Estate, Helderberg Road, off the R44, Somerset West
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Botanicum at Morgenster

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Botanicum at Morgenster

Tucked beneath the vineyard-dotted slopes of the majestic Helderberg, this Italian family-run wine and olive estate dates back over 300 years, and has a historical charm evident around every corner. The overall experience is enhanced by the spectacular scenery that surrounds not only the estate as a whole, but the serene lakeside eatery – Botanicum (previously 95 at Morgenster). The reimagined modern space, with floor-to-ceiling windows creating an indoor-outdoor flow, is a laidback, light-filled setting for wholesome weekend-only breakfasts with a view. Enjoy the likes of freshly baked croissants and banana bread, a Scrambowl (cream cheese, scrambled egg, corn, parmesan and ham or trout), a green omelette (avo, goat’s cheese, baby spinach, peas, pesto and spring onion) and home-made granola with seasonal fruit and honey-coated seeds.
Opening times Tuesday – Friday, 12pm – 9pm
Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 9pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Contact 021 852 1738,
Where to find it Morgenster Wine & Olive Estate, Vergelegen Avenue, Somerset West
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Avontuur Estate Restaurant

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Avontuur Estate Restaurant

There’s no question that owner-chefs Zunia Boucher-Myers and Melanie Paltoglou have poured their heart and soul into every aspect of the dining experience at this acclaimed Somerset West wine estate, as is evident from the warm welcome, attentive service and delicious and creative country cuisine. Perched under a vine-laden pergola with views of False Bay, this is the perfect spot to unwind for a champagne breakfast. Enjoy The AV (eggs, bacon, pork sausages, Cajun fries, grilled tomato, basil pesto, mushrooms), The Salmon (griddle cake, Franschhoek salmon trout, marinated onion rings, capers, cream cheese and caviar), The Health (Greek yoghurt, muesli, fruit salad, date muffin and cheddar), The Med (spanakopita with basil pesto, dolmades, tomato, grilled aubergine, mushrooms, cream cheese, hummus and a warm pita), or The Fried (halloumi with vegetarian sausage, aubergine, tomato, mushrooms, basil pesto and fries) – all paired with a glass of MCC brut to get your morning off to a sparkling start.
Opening times Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Contact 021 855 4296,
Where to find it Avontuur Estate, Route 44, Somerset West
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Farmer’s Pantry

This hidden gem at Brenaissance Wine Estate is filled with bric-a-brac and collectables, potted greenery and comfy couches, and has a light and breezy feel… especially when the large windows are flung open or you’re seated on the verandah. A stream runs alongside, with a bridge leading into the garden, where there are more tables dotted amid trees and shrubs, and a playground for children. It’s an idyllic spot to enjoy a country-style family meal. The menu is short and sweet, with five breakfast choices, four brunch/lunch options plus thin-based, square pizzas and three sweet treats (including decadent milkshakes and a white chocolate, cardamom and espresso cheesecake). There is also a menu for children. The bread is home-baked, the greens are farm-grown and the beef (in the spicy frikkadels) comes from the resident boran cattle.
Good to know There’s also a wine-and-pizza pairing option. A Full House pizza (divided into quarters with different toppings to match the vino) is served with four estate wines.
Opening times Friday – Sunday, 8am – 4pm (breakfast until 12pm)
Contact 060 303 9764
Where to find it Devon Valley Road, Stellenbosch

Longtable Restaurant at Haskell Vineyards

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Longtable Restaurant at Haskell Vineyards

Clichés aside, the outdoor seating at Longtable Restaurant is quite literally a stone’s throw from the vineyards. Whether dining indoors (alongside floor-to-ceiling windows) or seated on the terrace, the views are spectacular! The atmosphere is relaxed – this is not a highbrow establishment, but it does not fall short when it comes to high-quality dining. Young and dynamic chef Ryan Zaayman prioritises sustainability and seasonality; locally grown and organic fruit and veg, sustainably sourced seafood and a strict no-plastic and minimum-waste policy are part and parcel of the overall experience. Breakfast dishes such as sweet mielie pap, avo and hummus toast, eggs Benedict, and a freshly baked bread basket (to name a few) are sure to hit the spot.
Opening times Wednesday – Thursday & Sunday, 9.30am – 6pm (breakfast served until 1pm)
Friday & Saturday, 9.30am – 10pm (breakfast until 1pm)
Good to know Longtable hosts a lovely pizza and wine experience every Saturday and Sunday, from 12pm – 6pm.
Contact 021 881 3895 / 060 997 9399,
Where to find it Haskell Vineyards, Annandale Road, Lynedoch, Stellenbosch
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Babushka Deli at Hazendal

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Babushka Deli at Hazendal

Babushka, the Russian word for a grandmother, hints at the homely and generous experience you’ll get at Hazendal’s laidback deli. With its own bakery, the focus is on artisanal breads and pastries (the black baguette is a highlight). The shelves are stocked with pickles, preserves, relishes, baked goods and more, and the all-day breakfast menu that includes shakshuka, sourdough waffle stacks (banana, bacon, sour cream and orange caramel), seasonal fruit and toasted muesli bowls, biltong scrambled eggs, and a vegan option. When the weather’s good, there are tables outside under the trees for a tranquil start to the day. Before you leave, take a look at the delectable selection of take-home meals and treats, including cakes and pastries.
Babushka Deli is also renowned for their picnics, and is considered the most popular eatery on the farm known for a relaxed, all day dining experience.
Opening times Tuesday – Sunday, 8am – 5pm (breakfast served all day)
Contact 021 205 5620,
Where to find it Hazendal Wine Estate, Bottelary Road, Stellenbosch
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Geuwels at Vergenoegd Löw The Wine Estate

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Geuwels at Vergenoegd Löw The Wine Estate

Unstoppable chef Bertus Basson has done it again: he’s opened another restaurant – his sixth – this time at Vergenoegd Löw, with co-owner and head chef Drikus Brink. In the heart of the Stellenbosch Wine Route, this centuries-old farm is known for its flock of Indian runner ducks and, now, an exciting new culinary destination. The Afrikaans word for “gables”, Geuwels is situated in the beautifully restored dairy barn; its historic charm and exquisite interior are the perfect backdrop for Drikus Brink’s South African small plates, which can be enjoyed in one of the multiple indoor or outdoor dining spaces. While the lunch options are most certainly ones to write home about, the breakfast menu is in a league of its own. Think Huguenot cheese soufflé omelette, smoked pork belly with roosterkoek and egg, or duck eggs Benedict with smoked trout and roosterkoek – and a hot drink called boeretroos (farmer’s comfort). Happy tums all around!
Opening times Wednesday – Sunday, 8am – 3.30pm (breakfast served until 11am)
Contact 021 202 4373,
Where to find it Vergenoegd Löw The Wine Estate, 1 Vergenoegd Road, Faure, off R310, Stellenbosch
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Postcard Café at Stark-Conde Wines

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Postcard Café at Stark-Conde Wines

Located in the serene Jonkershoek Valley at Stark-Condé Wines, Postcard Café, as its name suggests, flaunts one of the most picture-perfect settings in the Stellenbosch Winelands.
Coupled with its spectacular vistas, the eatery’s selection of simple yet expertly prepared dishes and baked goods make it an ideal venue for a sumptuous Winelands breakfast – whether you choose to sit inside or on the shaded verandah. On the menu is a diverse array of options, created by chef Munetaka Kimura and his passionate team, who are inspired by a variety of global cuisines. Breakfasts include Turkish eggs, omelette, freshly baked croissants (with home-cured pork loin and Colby cheese), homemade granola and a Valley Breakfast of salsiccia sausage, smoked belly rasher, tomato concassé, mushrooms and sourdough toast – all of which can be enjoyed overlooking vast lawns and a sparkling farm dam.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 9am – 4pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
Contact 021 861 7703,
Where to find it Stark-Conde Wines, Jonkershoek Valley, Stellenbosch
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The Cellar Door at Jordan Wine Estate

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: The Cellar Door at Jordan Wine Estate

Overlooking peaceful lawns, a dam and the Stellenbosch Kloof valley, The Cellar Door (previously The Bakery) at Jordan Wine Estate is a wonderful place to enjoy a casual breakfast in Stellenbosch amid birdsong and light chatter. The delicious all-day menu features the likes of homemade granola, freshly baked croissants, eggs Benedict, mushrooms on toast, salmon bagels and the hearty harvest breakfast (apple and sage pork sausage, streaky bacon, sautéed white mushrooms, two pasture-reared eggs and the signature soft seeded rye bread) – all of which are made with locally sourced seasonal ingredients by chef Thys Esterhuysen. Sit outside on the shaded deck under the trees during summer, or cosy up inside when it’s chilly, and enjoy a laidback breakfast with a view.
Opening times Monday – Sunday, 8am – 3pm (breakfast served all day)
Contact 021 881 3441,
Where to find it Jordan Wine Estate, Stellenbosch Kloof Road, Vlottenburg, Stellenbosch
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Lanzerac Deli

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Lanzerac Deli

With its giant oak trees and vineyards, Lanzerac Wine Estate is a majestic slice of Stellenbosch history, offering visitors everything from accommodation and conference facilities to excellent food. Lanzerac Deli serves scrumptious meals to be enjoyed on site, as well as a selection of take-home goodies (such as freshly baked loaves and pastries, cheese, preserves and more). Famous for its moreish cappuccino and all-day breakfasts, the menu features an innovative breakfast burrito, eggs Benedict on a mosbolletjie (a traditional sweet bun), English breakfast bowl (bangers, beans, bacon, egg), salmon bagel with scrambled egg, decadent French toast sarmie with camembert and bacon, and cocoa porridge bowl (oats, peanut butter, almonds, bananas and berries – to be enjoyed outside on the terrace, or inside the cosy interior when it’s cold outside.
Good to know If you’re looking for an opulent buffet breakfast, head to the estate’s Manor Kitchen (7am – 10.30am).
Opening times October – April: Monday – Sunday, 8am – 7pm (breakfast served all day)
May – September: Sunday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm, Friday & Saturday, 8am – 6pm (breakfast served all day)
Contact 021 888 5516,
Where to find it Lanzerac Wine Estate, 1 Lanzerac Road, Stellenbosch
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Tokara Delicatessen

Wine Farm Breakfast Cape Town: Tokara Delicatessen

Perched on a mountain-side overlooking a valley of vineyards below, Tokara Wine and Olive Estate is one of the most breathtaking spots to spend a morning! It appears so suddenly while driving down the beautiful Helshoogte Pass into Stellenbosch that it’s easy to miss – but, trust us, you’ll be glad you didn’t. The main restaurant is a well-known fine-dining spot, while the Delicatessen, nestled next to the estate’s olive groves, is where magic happens during the daytime. Diners sit inside the large glass-encased interior, or perch on the sun-kissed deck next to the lawns while the kids play in the spectacular architectural playpark – either way, a front-row view of the valley is always the order of the day. Breakfast includes favourites such as homemade granola, ciabatta French toast, croque-madame, the popular eggs Benedict and even a breakfast pizza.
Good to know The Deli also has a semi-private dining room for birthdays, kitchen teas and other celebrations for up to 24 guests.
Opening times Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm (breakfast served until 11.30am)
The Deli is also open on Mondays during the year-end school holidays.
Contact 021 808 5950,
Where to find it Tokara Wine Estate, R310 Helshoogte Road, Stellenbosch

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Time of publication: 24 November 2021

19 Responses to “The 25 Best Wine Farm Breakfasts in The Cape”

  1. Johan Raubenheimer


  2. Cecile

    Think you missed IDIOM rest & wine FARM. Beautiful setting, good food!

  3. Thea fourie

    Looks very interesting

  4. Edith Keller


  5. Louisa Venter


  6. Frank Mc Allister

    Looks jolly informative and interesting!

  7. Leon

    Looking fwd

  8. Cassie Ridl

    Wonderful cant wait to try the above

  9. Sunita Keyser

    Too good to be blue!

  10. Daphne


  11. Lynn

    Excellent guide to Somerset West

    • Cecile

      Think you missed IDIOM rest & wine FARM. Beautiful setting, good food!

  12. Anita


  13. Erica Kellerman

    Never know there was so much beautiful farm restaurants and deli’s to pick from in the beautiful Western Cape province. Definitely going to go at least one of them once a month on a weekend. Than you for all this breathtaking views and scenic restaurants.

  14. Brenton Kay

    Love this site

  15. Carla Truter

    Babylonstoren 🌿🌿

  16. Tammy

    This is exciting.

  17. Therese Birkfeldt