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The Jordan Restaurant

The Jordan Restaurant
One of the first signature chef restaurants in the Cape Winelands, Jordan Restaurant brought Chef George Jardine’s brand of contemporary fare from city to country in 2009.

We are excited to announce that Marthinus Ferreira, of Dw eleven – 13 in Johannesburg, has taken over the management of The Jordan Restaurant, taking over from Chef George Jardine. The signature restaurant will trade under the name The Jordan Restaurant with Marthinus Ferreira.

Marthinus Ferreira has helped shape the South African food scene, with his flair for food gastronomy inspired by his childhood favourites and influences from abroad, having worked with some of the world’s top chefs, including Chef Gordon Ramsay & Chef Heston Blumenthal.

 

Booking is essential. For reservations please contact reservations@jordanwines.com or telephone +27 (0) 21 881 3441.

Jordan Wine Estate, Stellenbosch, award-winning food and wine.

Lunch:
4- course menu – R795
4- course menu with wine – R1240
Tasting menu – R1100
Jordan estate wine pairing – R585
Exclusive wine pairing – R850
Non- alcoholic – R350

Dinner:
Tasting menu – R1100
Jordan estate wine pairing – R585
Exclusive wine pairing – R850
Non- alcoholic – R350

WINEMAKER’S DINNER WITH GARY JORDAN
This Winemaker’s Dinner will be hosted by the chef extraordinaire, Marthinus Ferreira at The Jordan Restaurant with the Estate owner and winemaker Gary Jordan. Book your spot now and enjoy an evening filled with great company, wine, food, and more!

Friday, 23rd of August| 18:30 | R950 per person

Includes sharing plates and a selection of Jordan wines at The Jordan Restaurant

GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE:
Should you wish to buy a voucher – please click here

Price per head excludes: all beverages (unless otherwise stated), gratuity and conservation levy

OPENING HOURS: PEAK SEASON 2023 – 2024
1 December 2023 – 30 April 2024
Lunch daily from: 12h00, last orders 14:00
Dinner: Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 18h30
R250pp deposit secures your reservation.

OPENING HOURS – LOW SEASON 2024
1 May – 30 November 2024
Wednesday through to Sunday, lunch service: from 12h00
Friday and Saturday dinner service: from 18h30.
Monday & Tuesday closed

R250pp deposit secures your reservation.

The Restaurant at Jordan will be closed from the 1st – 23rd of July 2024 for their annual break.

Make a booking now: You will receive a booking reference number

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Dining with children:
The Jordan Restaurant with Marthinus Ferreira is a formal dining experience celebrating contemporary farm cuisine. We accommodate families to the extent that children have been made accustomed to a formal restaurant environment on a working farm and dining with other, well-travelled clientele. Should you decide to bring your children and they are under 12, the whole table will be accommodated in the private room section of the restaurant.

PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT HAVE A KIDDIES MENU

For group bookings please email: reservations@jordanwines.com

Keep an eye on social media for changes to opening days and hours.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Jordan Restaurant with Marthinus Ferreira.

Conservation Levy:

Jordan Wine Estate is part of the Cape Floral Region – the smallest of the six recognised floral kingdoms of the world and a protected area inscribed on the World Heritage List. Habitat loss, land degradation, and invasive alien plant species contribute to the rapid rate of extinction of this sensitive biome. Integrating community infrastructure into this living system, requires time, research, and development to ensure the landscape is not only sustained but also regenerated simultaneously.

Our conservation levy is used to address conservation issues within our immediate environment, the Stellenbosch Kloof.

Working alongside the Integrated Production of Wine Scheme and the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy becomes a responsibility that needs to be shared by everyone who visits the area.

The 2% Conservation Levy on your final bill contributes to this shared responsibility and helps sustain critical biodiversity management practices, thank you.

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