MonTQ Restaurant @ Four Oaks Guest House, Montagu

After an extensive revamp of the premises in consultation with world renowned adventure chef, David Grier and acclaimed artist Louis Storm. Combining their vast experience, Christoff and Lana’s dream was brought to reality.

New kitchen, menus, décor, food design and with a Deli and Bistro still to come it has arrived. MonTQ restaurant has become a home from home. A lifestyle fine dining restaurant and coffee shop, offering fresh, unique food crafted from local ingredients a one of a kind eating experience in the Western Cape.

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The in place to be when you’re out

Christoff & Lana Prinsloo have breathed a new lease of life into one of the oldest buildings in Montagu (built in 1860).
As the owners, they have now created a unique restaurant concept into this majestic building and opened their doors on 1st of November 2018.

Being one of the oldest buildings in Montagu, Four-Oaks Guesthouse is situated right in the centre of town and forms part of the rich history of this quaint little village. It is within walking distance of the museum and other historic sites.

Four en-suite rooms all open onto a court yard, where guests are often found sitting and enjoying some quiet time, or sharing a glass of wine. An enclosed garden is found on the side of the property with a beautiful selection of plants, here you can quietly sit and enjoy the mountains view.

Few guest houses in Montagu can boast about having an in-house restaurant. MonTQ Restaurant and Coffee shop, with food and service in a class of its own, offers you an opportunity to pair this eating experience with world renowned wines of the surrounding estates.

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Contact MonTQ via the Four Oaks website here.


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