Since its launch in November 2018, family-owned Quoin Rock Estate has introduced a new dimension of luxury to the Cape winelands.
Elegant, chic and eye-catching, everything at Quoin Rock offers a refined experience – designer architecture and furnishings, award-winning wine, and superb molecular gastronomy at Gåte Restaurant, which pushes boundaries with arty aesthetics and a playful spirit that epitomises the theatre of food.
Gåte at Quoin Rock is the
2019 Haute Cuisine Global Winner
Gåte restaurant’s exceptional gourmet cuisine has been affirmed by triumphant wins at the World Luxury Restaurant Awards.
There is much to celebrate on the lavish Quoin Rock estate and these accolades highlight the skill of Head Chef Nicole Loubser and her team.
The World Luxury Restaurant Awards are seen as the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury restaurant industry, offering international recognition as voted by guests, travellers and industry players.
Gåte has been declared the 2019 Global Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner, and well as the 2019 Haute Cuisine Global Winner. It also secured the 2019 Molecular Cuisine Global Winner honour.
Night time: Tues – Sat 6pm – late, Gourmet 14 course menu R1600. With wine pairing R2250.
Seven Course Tasting menu: R1000. With wine pairing R1450.
Big and bold, Quoin Rock has already scooped a Top 12 Shiraz Challenge (2019) win for their 2015 Shiraz. “The Simonsberg is your classical Bordeaux area, so the result is more new world, bigger structures and fruit forward.”
Next level opulence at Quoin Rock
The estate’s newly-built function venue and Manor House provide the perfect setting for a romantic Cape countryside wedding and honeymoon.
Situated in the Knorhoek Valley, this luxurious farm is nestled amongst rows of vineyards sketched against the Simonsberg. Weddings and special events are well-catered for in a function hall accommodating parties of 150 to 200 people, with three catering options.