Quentin at Oakhurst

9,1 (31 reviews)

What 31 people say about Quentin at Oakhurst

9.1 Based on 31 reviews. 0% of the guests recommend this restaurant.
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"A wonderful evening!"
10.0 Cuisine 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 10

We absolutely loved our evening. The wonderful decor, friendly and professional service, delicious food and lovely wine was all out of the top drawer! We all felt happy, warm and satisfied by the time we left. Thank you for a fabulous eve!

May at 26 April 2019

"Little Gem"
10.0 Cuisine 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 10

We enjoyed delicious food and great service at Quentin's last night. We both ordered the mussels for starters, my husband springbok shank and Malva, and I ordered the kingklip and nougat. No complaints. Memorabilia makes for a charming ambience. Pity restaurant was quiet, with only 3 more tables taken. We will be ba...

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We enjoyed delicious food and great service at Quentin's last night. We both ordered the mussels for starters, my husband springbok shank and Malva, and I ordered the kingklip and nougat. No complaints. Memorabilia makes for a charming ambience. Pity restaurant was quiet, with only 3 more tables taken. We will be back for more, and will bring family for carvery Sunday lunch, which the maitre de told us starts in May.

Gilian Hoornveld at 20 April 2019

"Didn't leave with the wow factor I was hoping for."
8.0 Cuisine 6 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 8

We had been to Quinton's previously in winter and I was looking forward to going back. I have to admit to being a little disappointed in the menu... it was the same as the one in winter.... it was 30 degrees outside and the starter choice was wild mushroom soap - which by the way was delicious in winter but just not...

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We had been to Quinton's previously in winter and I was looking forward to going back. I have to admit to being a little disappointed in the menu... it was the same as the one in winter.... it was 30 degrees outside and the starter choice was wild mushroom soap - which by the way was delicious in winter but just not great in summer. I then choose the vintage avocardo ritz which was spoilt by too much sauce. The mains were all heavy wintery meals like springbok shanks and lamb so I had the fish which I had in Winter and yes it was great but now WOW. The pudding choice was also heavy with malva pudding ( which is great in winter) and chocolate puddings but in the heat we felt like something cold so we had the frozen nougat which once again was okay... a bit too sweet but okay.
So if it had been winter than yes a lovely choice but in summer I would expect the chef to whip up something light like a lovely salad etc

Michelle Macgregor at 27 October 2018

"Fabulous dinner at Quentin"
9.3 Cuisine 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 8

We really enjoyed our dinner at Quentin. There is plenty of secure parking, the staff is very welcoming, and the decor is eclectic without appearing cluttered. The service was really, really good, and the staff work as a team to ensure a fantastic customer experience. The food was delicious - wonderful garlicy musse...

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We really enjoyed our dinner at Quentin. There is plenty of secure parking, the staff is very welcoming, and the decor is eclectic without appearing cluttered. The service was really, really good, and the staff work as a team to ensure a fantastic customer experience. The food was delicious - wonderful garlicy mussels, incredible nut-crusted fish, and melty chocolate magic for dessert. Highly recommended.

Angela Lightbody at 19 October 2018

"Hidden Gem"
10.0 Cuisine 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 10

Very attentive staff, yummy food and a lovely setting.

Meg at 06 May 2018

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About Quentin at Oakhurst

Cuisine: International

Quentin at Oakhurst


Located on one of the original Hout Bay farms, the Quentin at Oakhurst restaurant and cellar will follow in the footsteps of generations of family food farming and cooking traditions. Located in the upper regions of the valley, juxtaposed by two rivers, sourced on rich flood plain soils, and dwarfed by the Skoorsteenspoort escarpment, this farm sustained and nurtured the valley’s residents with a bounty of meats, fowls, dairy, wine and vegetables for over a hundred years.

 

The existing barn served as the heart of this production. The steel wall hoops hark back to the days when the dairy herd was milked here and when the adjacent cellar still carried grapes from fermentation to wine. The recent renovation of the barn retains and celebrates this rich vein of Cape and associated culinary heritage.

 

The gurgling of rapid water, the scurry of guinea fowl and the crack of acorns underfoot, embraced by the coolness of the majestic and mighty oak tree’s canopy, make for a magnificent setting which serves as an extraordinary inspiration and epiphany for this talented Cape cook.

 

So as not to miss the opportunity to dine with loved ones, family and friends, at what will undoubtedly be a landmark food destination over the upcoming spring and summer season, patrons are strongly advised to book now.

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