Greenhouse Restaurant at Babylonstoren – Franschhoek Restaurant

Greenhouse Restaurant at Babylonstoren

The Greenhouse Restaurant is situated on the beautiful Babylonstoren Estate just outside Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands of South Africa.
The Greenhouse Restaurant, at the rear of the garden at Babylonstoren, is a sight for sore eyes.
There’s no better place to sit than here under our recently planted oak trees and enjoy an informal, picnic-style snack of tea and buttermilk scones or a more substantial meal of artisanal breads with handcrafted cheeses and dressed meats served with our homemade herb oils, chutneys, preserves and relishes.

The 26m vintage conservatory at the Greenhouse Restaurant (in green steel) was custom built in France by Serres et Ferronneiries d’Antan for Babylonstoren.
Paired with a collection of brick red tables and colourful green Luxembourg chairs (the classic park chair design), the Greenhouse Restaurant at Babylonstoren is a surprising but thoroughly logical refreshment station for guests who have completed the garden tour.

All the food at the Greenhouse Restaurant is served picnic-style in wooden crates with the preserves, jams and salads packaged in weck jars, while fresh bread from our old wood-fired oven and boerewors rolls and hand-cut chips all come wrapped in the iconic blue and white Babylonstoren paper.
The Greenhouse Restaurant menu subscribes to the self-same “pick, clean and serve” philosophy as Babel, but with a strong emphasis on honest food with little or no fuss.


Sample Menu

Changes Regularly

Greenhouse Restaurant at Babylonstoren
  Trading Hours
7 Days a week: 10h00 to 16h00

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