Jordan Restaurant

Cape of Good Breaks: Lunch at Jordan Restaurant in Stellenbosch

The well-established Jordan Restaurant is on the cusp of seeing a change of kitchen guard and for those fast enough, there’s a chance to taste two great Chefs, back to back, plating up their best dishes.

 

  • Having trained under Michelin starred chef Jean Christophe Novelli in London, George Jardine has been with the restaurant since 2009.
  • Jordan Restaurant has been in the Top 20 of the Eat Out Awards for 9 years running.
  • Chef Marthinus Ferreira will be taking over as head chef from mid-April 2022.
  • Visit www.sandtontimes.co.za for more stories.

 

The Sandton Times has searched ‘hot and cold’ ahead of the Easter break and explored some of the most desired eateries and getaways, to get a first-hand experience of what guests can expect when planning their April holiday. With some of the best spots in South Africa, there is no doubt Easter holiday travelers are in for an absolute treat.

 

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A 3-courses will set you back around R480 per person with a selection of different dishes to choose from. Image: The Sandton Times

Under the skillful hands of George Jardine, the Jordan Restaurant can certainly boast not only an impressive menu but also one of the most beautiful views of the Cape Winelands and mountains. The incredible setting is only to be matched by an equally popular menu that has kept patrons returning to the Jordan Restaurant for well over a decade.

 

We managed to try some of the classics that make Jordan Restaurant a spot for locals and visitors alike, looking to taste a slice of the Cape Winelands life:

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For Starters…Olive Oil Confit Young Leek Tart, Gorgonzola Rarebit, Basil, and Spring Herbs. Image: The Sandton Times
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All Wrapped Up…Steamed Saldanha Bay Mussels En Papillote With Aromatics, Coconut Milk, and Vetkoek. Image: The Sandton Times
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Bravo…Spinach and Ricotta Tortellini, Charred Red Pepper and Tomato Velouté, Roasted and Creamed Broccoli. Image: The Sandton Times
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Off The Hook…East Coast Hake, Toasted Sunflower Seed, White Bean Puree, Green Apple, and Prawn Butter.
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Savoury Closing…Selection of South African Cheese, Poached Pear, and Toast. Image: The Sandton Times
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Sweet Ending…Honey and Poppy Seed Souffle with Vanilla Ice Cream. Image: The Sandton Times

The steamed Saldanha Mussels, Chalmar Sirloin, and Honey and Poppyseed Soufflé remain signature dishes. Also, don’t miss the opportunity of trying some crispy hand-cut chips on the side!

 

In 2022, the restaurant will see a new Chef at the helm. The Jordan Restaurant will welcome a new name as it appears as part of its sign – Chef Marthinus Ferreira. Known for his work at DW Eleven-13 in Johannesburg, Chef Ferreira will take over as head chef from mid-April 2022 bringing his own signature flavours to the table – we can’t wait to try some of the new dishes!

 

To book, visit the Jordan Restaurant website for further details.

 

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