The concept of 'down-to-earth' takes on a magical charm at Towerbosch Earth Kitchen, one of the best kept Winelands secrets just outside of Stellenbosch. The thatch-roofed restaurant is situated in the bend of a mountain stream, flanked by nasturtium carpeted woods and sweeping lawns. The rock pool and playground will keep the children busy while adults can enjoy South African cuisine and estate wines.
Towerbosch can arrange a beautiful ceremony and reception for the perfect wedding celebration and is not your standard venue needing thousands of rands to decorate. Towerbosch has designed a space that is ready and beautiful to use, with no extra décor needed, ensuring that the bride has minimal costs and troubles to add to her day.
Towerbosch captures the eye and imagination with a bespoke ceiling chandelier installation made of farm twigs painted white and draped with vintage treasures, old crockery and family trinkets. The floor is filled with unique chairs and tables of all shapes and sizes which give it an eclectic, yet inviting feel. An array of family silverware and mixed china sourced from nearest and dearest cupboards adorns the tables. A large fireplace and comfy library nook with old books and oversized leather sofas, round off a relaxed, homely ambience.
The unique style of preparing and serving food keeps any function interesting and exciting, as it is served feast-style on every table which complements the present with pleasant aromas and exceptional taste.
There is no rushing of Karoo lamb shoulders or drenching with heavy sauces in their kitchen, where everything is cooked to perfection at a slow pace, with the meaty mains as special as the vegetable accompaniments. No French terms, no fusion of any kind, no fuss, only honest food cooked with the best local ingredients with the smallest carbon footprint.