Nicolaas Loubser farmed here from 1677, making it one of the oldest farms in the district. In 1692 he had 1 000 sheep, 10 calves and 14 oxen. Loubser’s son-in-law, Johannes Mostert, planted the first vines and made his own wine. By 1740 there were 6 000 vines with an annual wine production of 5 leaguers (approximately 2 600 litres).

In 1760 Marthinus le Roux became the owner of the farm and he was responsible for many improvements on the farm and the farmstead, in which the main restaurant is housed. By 1823 there were 40 000 vines, making it one of the largest wine farms in the Tygerberg. Francois Jean van Helslandt Duminy bought the farm in 1839. In 1881, during their visit to the Cape, two British princes, Albert and George (later George V), hunted on the farm as guests of the Duminy family.

In 1894 a small school was built on the farm, after which the farm was sold to Sanlam for town development in 1948. The Cape Divisional Council had certain requirements, which resulted in many public open spaces. A golf course was developed on some of these spaces and the historical farmhouse was made available as a clubhouse. In 1991, after a new clubhouse was built, the old homestead was renovated and converted to one of the best restaurants in the Country. One can see the building methods of those days, as some of the walls were left exposed during the renovations.


Having recently launched a new extensive wine list, we now stock a variety of beers, which is not only limited to Devil's Peak.

Breakfast from Mondays to Sundays 11:00 - 12:00
Lunch and dinner from Mondays to Sundays 12:00 - Close

Daily Specials on Foods:
Mondays: All burgers R 55
Tuesdays: Kids eat free with every dinning adult (ordering a main meal)
Wednesdays: 2 x Pizzas for R 170
Thursdays: Order any tacos and get two Jalapeño poppers on the house

Daily Lunch Promos:
200gr Sirloin Steak, egg and fries - R 89
Fried Hake & Chips - R 79
Kaapse Fried Chicken Burger with fries and onions - R 79
Chicken Schnitzel and Fries with a sauce of your choice - R 79
Classic Burger with fries and onions - R 69

Drinks Specials Mondays - Sundays:
Wine - Red, white and Rose @ R 24 per glass
Beer - 1,5 L Jugs from R90
Dbl Brandy & coke from R 60
Dbl Whiskey & mix from R 65




Head southeast on N1, take exit 20 for M16/Mike Pienaar Boulevard/Jip De Jager Drive. Turn left onto Jip De Jager Drive/Mike Pienaar Boulevard/M16. Continue to follow Jip De Jager Drive/M16 and then turn left onto Pandoer Street. Immediately turn left and continue straight head, passing the Welgemoed Sports Complex. Devil’s Peak De Oude Social Cafe will be on the left by the flag post.


-33° 52' 12.83''


18° 36' 56.6''
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Monday - Saturday: 10:00 till late
Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
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Smoking Section
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Outside Seating
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