Mont Rochelle is also known for its spectacular cuisine, with a bit of something on offer for every palate and plate. The Country Kitchen is the destination’s informal restaurant, and offers hearty lunches and delicious dinners. For those looking for an even more earthbound dining experience, the Mont Rochelle team prepares beautiful picnic baskets filled to the brim with goodies that can be enjoyed outside on the grounds. If you’re in the mood to experience the haute cuisine for which Franschhoek is renowned, Miko at Mont Rochelle serves a blend of international dishes representative of the cosmopolitan nature of South African cuisine.
There are those who might say that no meal in Franschhoek is complete without a good (no, great) glass of vino. Franschhoek is, of course, renowned for its amazing wines. Mont Rochelle cultivates Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, amongst others, in its own vineyards. You can sample and enjoy their unique vintages in the cellar, at the restaurants, on your picnic blanket, or in the comfort of your luxurious room.