Winner of the AA Most Fabulous Food Award in 2007, Blue Mountain’s restaurant promises an extraordinary culinary experience. Every effort is made to match the beauty of the surrounding Mpumalanga countryside with friendly and superb service.

Nestled inside a lovely manor house complimented by views of litchi plantations, Blue Mountain Lodge enjoys easy on the palate dishes layered with tasteful and exciting combinations.
The menu boasts Continental classics for breakfast, lunch or dinner paired with an impressive wine list and stocked cellar.
Try spiced prawn kebabs served on green asparagus with a cocktail tomato emulsion, or brinjal and halloumi cheese wrapped in spring-roll pastry. Try a guava sorbet before indulging in the gourmet selection of mains.

Blue Mountain Lodge favors a gracious and professional dining experience that makes this elegant occasion one to remember.

Blue Mountain Lodge restaurant

Our dynamic team of chefs are responsible for the exquisite cuisine which is essentially “moderne” with an emphasis on fresh ingredients. We take full advantage of the fresh produce in season, combined with our home-grown herbs, vegetables and the farm’s 4000 avocado, 600 litchi and 300 coffee trees.

Only fresh fish is served. Ostrich, guinea-fowl and venison are but a few of the items on the menu. Our pastas and breads are all freshly made on a daily basis. Additionally, guests can enjoy hot, freshly baked muffins on their early morning tea trays. As with all aspects of the Lodge, the intention is to entertain our guests with our cuisine.

Perfection is achieved for the palate and the eye by combining opposing textures and tastes arranged in a pleasing composition. A five-course “table d’ote” menu is served, varying daily. Special care is taken to ensure that all menus cater for the needs of our guests.

Dinner is served in the dining room with its starched white tablecloths and napkins, silverware and crystal.
After dinner, guests are invited to adjourn to the lounge where they can read or relax by the log fire.

Guests set their own pace of breakfast, which is served until noon, sundowners on the veranda and dinner in a fine dinning restaurant. A weekly pilgrimage to the Reef ensures only the best ingredients combined with the homegrown Blue Mountain herbs and vegetables essential to the innovative and “modern” cuisine.

Blue Mountain’s menu is done in a African/ French style. The walk-in cellar has more than 2.000 bottles that offers the guest to choose wine directly off the shelf.

Blue Mountain Luxury Lodge - Restaurant