The Vine Bistro at Glenelly: A Hidden Gem in the Heart of the Stellenbosch Wine Country

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The Vine Bistro: French Classics with a Modern Local Twist in Stellenbosch

Located in the heart of the Stellenbosch wine country, The Vine Bistro at Glenelly is a hidden gem that offers a truly delightful dining experience.

Unpretentious yet Flavorful Menu

The unpretentious yet flavorful menu features classic French cuisine with a modern local twist, catering to all palates and dietary needs. The warm welcome by Chef-Patron Dehosse sets the tone for an unforgettable experience, with impeccable and friendly service that ensures guests feel right at home.

Stunning Panoramic Views of The Vine Bistro at Glenelly

The highlight of The Vine Bistro is undoubtedly the stunning panoramic views of the vineyards, creating the perfect backdrop for a romantic meal or a get-together with friends and family. The casual yet elegant atmosphere creates a relaxing ambiance, ideal for enjoying a delightful meal. The architecture of the restaurant is an elegant masterpiece, creating a fine-dining experience that is hard to find elsewhere.

Weekly Changing Menus at The Vine Bistro at Glenelly

The menu features five options per course, with the best of these compiled into a divine three-course set menu for Sunday lunch. The best local and seasonal produce inspires Chef Michael Saville’s modern bistro classics, resulting in weekly changing menus that are perfectly suited to this elegant restaurant.

Lá jeunes a table Special

For under 30-year-olds, the Lá jeunes a table special is an excellent experience to savor French delicacies at an affordable price. The three-course meal with wine, water, and coffee is a unique and gorgeous experience, with a menu that changes often to ensure guests have a unique experience every time.

Wine Tasting Room and Glass Museum

The tasting room upstairs offers wine lovers a chance to indulge in Glenelly wines’ flavors and aromas, while the glass museum downstairs is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of glass production. The winelist, with some options by the glass, carafe and bottle, also features rare vintages from French owner May de Lencquesaing’s Bordeaux estate, Château Pichon Longueville, as well as some of the best Cap Classiques and Champagnes.

Contact Details and Opening Hours

Phone: +27 21 809 6444

Address: Ida’s Valley, Glenelly Estate, Lelie St, Stellenbosch, 7600, South Africa

Area: Stellenbosch

Opening Hours:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday to Saturday: 12 to 2:30 PM, 6:30 to 7:30 PM
  • Sunday: 12 to 2:30 PM.

The Vine Bistro at Glenelly is a restaurant that should be on everyone’s list of must-visit establishments. The tranquil atmosphere and excellent food make for a unique and unforgettable experience. The restaurant’s architecture is an elegant masterpiece, and the stunning views of the vineyards create a memorable backdrop for every meal. Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening or a get-together with friends and family, The Vine Bistro is the perfect place to indulge in exceptional service, flavors, and views.

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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