Fine Dining at Homespun at the Andros in Claremont

Homespun at the Andros

Homespun at the Andros is the newest addition to Chef Matt Schreuder’s Homespun family.  Homespun is set within the Andros Deluxe Boutique Hotel, a gracious Cape colonial homestead in the leafy suburb of Claremont. 

Matt Schreuder is one the finest chefs in Africa.  He spent several years working in Michelin star restaurants around the world before coming back home to open his own restaurant. 

What to Expect at Homespun at the Andros

Matt, together with Head Chef Anlou Erasmus and Head Pastry Chef Chris Morrison, will take you on an incredible adventure of flavours and combinations influenced by Asian, South African and worldly flavours.

The size and flavours of dishes from Japan, France, Italy and South Africa, paired with wines make this a culinary triumph that can be enjoyed with friends and family as either a 2-course, 3-course or tasting menu.

The food can be enjoyed with or without wine pairing and served by are friendly, well informed and professional waiters.

The restaurant can seat 40 guests in a relaxed environment, surrounded by the pristine grounds of the Andros Hotel and set against the backdrop of Table Mountain.

The window tables overlook the beautiful manicured Hotel garden and lawn. On beautiful days guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner on the terrace.

The entire restaurant can be booked out for a special occasion and it includes full exclusivity of the dining room.

The wine list is extensive with carefully chosen selections from a wide variety of regions and blends.  You are however, welcome to bring your own, provided that it is not on the wine list.  Corkage will be charged.

Homespun at the Andros is indeed fine dining at its best.

Contact Details

For more information or to make a reservation, call 021 761 4520 , email or visit them online

Homespun at the Andros can be found at 5 Phyllis Road, Claremont, Cape Town. Find them on Google Maps here.


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