Table d’hôtes



On reservation only

Unique daily offering

Wine not included

Breakfast included in the Guest House package

The place to chat while food is cooking!

At Jean-Baptiste’s, the kitchen is as roomy as it is friendly. As a privileged guest, you will feel at home for both breakfast and evening meals. You will settle down and spend time in this special part of the house feeling relaxed in a fuss-free atmosphere.

This room was designed to entertain large get-togethers. Made for enjoyment, it is the kingdom of homemade delicacies. Outdoorsy souls will enjoy the terrace with its view on the garden.

Jean-Baptiste’s cuisine reflects his passion for flavors. He has a way of his own to explore and combine them. As a true gourmet, he makes sure to prepare platters that first catch the eye before tickling taste buds.

Once sitting at his table, he will treat you to colorful and mouth-watering dishes while entertaining you as any true epicurean should.

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A brand of wine crafted by a golfer…

By now, you must know what follows? To taste among golfers but not only!

At the La Plonplonière’s Table, you’ll enjoy the privilege to sample the latest Big Easy vintages in the company of other wine enthusiasts.

Ranging from red to white and rosé, this particular collection is one of the prestigious four skillfully crafted on the vineyard owned by South African golf legend Ernie Els.

The vines are planted on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains in South Africa and allow a particular focus on Cabernet Sauvignon.

The Big Easy red offers attractive oak aromas, cedar, spice, as well as ripe plum/dark fruit and an attractive warmth to the nose.

Its elegant and refreshing summery rosé version releases engaging aromatics of red hibiscus flowers, wild red-berried fruit, fragrant herbs and orange skin unfold.

As to the Big Easy Chenin Blanc, its grape variety gives off scents of the tropics with pineapple chunks, salted mango, pawpaw and squeezes of lime drift on the breeze of orange blossom, honeysuckle along with the faintest whiff of summer fynbos. To savour specifically with a dish of white fish.