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The Pot Luck Club

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European Fine Dining Tapas
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Attributes

  • Romantic
  • Great Views
  • Gourmet Guide Plated

The Pot Luck Club, situated on the top floor of the Silo of the Old Biscuit Mill on Albert Road, Woodstock opened February 14th 2013. Since its opening day the pot luck has filled 2 sittings each night throughout high and low season, running to capacity of one hundred and twenty guests. It has been dubbed the coolest place to be in Cape Town and its success is based on innovative cuisine, served in a relaxed yet edgy environment in a part of Cape Town that has never attracted an evening dining crowd.

Gourmet Guide Description

You’re not here for a quiet ride – every sense will be on high alert.
Expect to feel like you are in a working kitchen, steam rising above the
hum of happy voices – from the chefs and diners alike. Elevated and
expansive views of Cape Town from the 6th floor of the old silo in The
Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock will take your breath away, as will the
voracious flavours of the food.

Post-pandemic diners are looking for phenomenal food of finedining quality, but not necessarily a formal space. Here you may find
a photo shoot happening in the corner or aspirant chefs wandering
in with trays from TTK Fledgelings below. It’s a hive of activity, not
aimed at the phonophobic. Service is attentive yet informal, dishes
comprehensively and enticingly outlined, and you are encouraged to
start with one of the cocktails.

Chefs Luke Dale Roberts and Jason Kosmas literally bounce off one
another, the ideas flowing, the results obvious on every plate. Says
Luke: “together we have amazing energy – people define the energy
here. The team is humble, efficient and professional.”

There are some dishes cemented on the menu due to popular
demand but there are other exploratory creations to surprise. It’s not
a stenciled approach, it is bespoke and unique. The fish chapter will
entice with linefish sashimi, seared tuna, grilled octopus and crispy
squid. Vegetarian options could include roasted beet or taco 2.1 – a
celestial combo of pickled shiitake, black bean puree and charred
corn with chipotle dressing. The tofu and cauli sliders will sing loudly,
as will the Cape Malay crispy cauli. Broccoli Penang is sure to delight.
As you tick off your selection, keep space for a sweet ending. Don’t
miss the peanut butter bombe or the apple crumble. Subconsciously
you will already be making decisions for your next visit.

Lunch or dinner, you decide, or perhaps that legendary Sunday brunch?
It’s simply high-end global tapas in a casual, edgy space.

Reviews (397)

4.5 out of 5.0
Food 4.7
Value 4.3
Service 4.6
Ambience 4.6
  • Maximilian J. Dined: 3 days ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
  • Katharina R. Dined: 1 week ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0

    Reviewed on: Fri 20 Jan 23
    Loved it!!!

  • Marc D. Dined: 1 week ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
  • Christopher T. Dined: 2 weeks ago
    4.8
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 4.0

    Reviewed on: Wed 11 Jan 23
    Always a hit!

  • Kim H. Dined: 2 weeks ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0

    Reviewed on: Sun 08 Jan 23
    An absolute bucketlist must ❤️

  • Boris S. Dined: 2 weeks ago
    3
    Food 4.0
    Value 4.0
    Service 1.0
    Ambience 3.0
  • Niclas G. Dined: 3 weeks ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
  • Oliver F. Dined: 2 weeks ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
  • Lee P. Dined: 2 weeks ago
    5
    Food 5.0
    Value 5.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
  • Duncan O. Dined: 1 month ago
    4.8
    Food 5.0
    Value 4.0
    Service 5.0
    Ambience 5.0
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Opening Hours

  • Monday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Tuesday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Wednesday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Thursday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Friday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Saturday 12h30 - 13h30, 18h00 - 19h00
  • Sunday 11h00 - 12h00