Joostenberg Bistro: A Fresh, Family-Friendly Winelands Outing (with Gourmet Cred)

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Joostenberg Bistro

Are you seeking an authentic farm experience in the picturesque Winelands of Stellenbosch, Durbanville, and Paarl? Joostenberg Bistro is the perfect spot for the whole family to enjoy. Indulge in the Bistro’s flavorsome cuisine or take home some of their top-quality deli items.

Cuisine and Wine

The Bistro offers French-inspired seasonal fare made from scratch and ingredient-focused, catering to every taste. Their breakfast menu boasts a variety of flavor-packed dishes, including:

  • Homemade toasted muesli
  • French toast with fynbos honey and bacon
  • Classic farm breakfasts

For lunch, choose from cheese and charcuterie platters, free-range beef burgers, slow-braised lamb, or pickled pork tongue, among other options. The winelist features Joostenberg’s stellar organic wines, options from neighboring farms, and the occasional bottle from France, Spain, and Germany.

The Deli at Joostenberg Bistro

The Deli is where you’ll find the cream of the crop, sourced from local producers, farmers, and purveyors or made in Joostenberg’s kitchen. The variety of deli items includes:

  • Cheeses
  • Preserves
  • Sauces
  • Cold meats
  • Seasonal fruit and vegetable boxes
  • Freshly made bakes and pastries
  • Eggs
  • Seafood
  • Fresh meat
  • Dry goods
  • Ready-to-eat frozen meals
  • Desserts
  • Wine

This is also where you’re likely to find that hard-to-source ingredient for a specific recipe, fresh flowers, handmade decor, and kitchen utensils.

Great Outdoors

While you’re there, take the opportunity to wander through the farm gardens, let the kids run free on the lawns, or enjoy the surroundings and soak up some fresh air and tranquillity. Klein Joostenberg is also home to not one but three nurseries, catering to everyone from newbie gardeners and nature lovers to green-fingered enthusiasts. There’s Ludwig’s Roses, Stone Crop Trading, and Route2Leaf for everything else.

Reviews for Joostenberg Bistro

Some reviewers complain about the slow service, while others rave about the excellent food and superb service. Visitors appreciate the beautiful gardens and peaceful atmosphere. The breakfast menu is trendy, with the croque monsieur and poached eggs in red wine sauce receiving high praise. There have been some mixed reviews about the lunch menu, but the cheese and charcuterie platters are consistently rated as a favorite.

Contact Details for Joostenberg Bistro

  • Address: R304, Muldersvlei, 7607, South Africa
  • Area: Muldersvlei
  • Phone: +27 21 884 4208
  • Opening Hours:
    • Bistro: Monday – Sunday, 7.30 am – 5pm (Breakfast served until 11.30 am)
    • Deli: Monday – Sunday, 7.30am – 6 pm
  • Website: Joostenberg Bistro
  • Email:,

Joostenberg Bistro is a delightful farm experience that offers something for everyone. With its old-school hospitality, beautiful gardens, and lovely Deli, it’s the perfect spot to kick back, relax, and indulge in some of the best food and wine the Winelands have to offer.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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