The House of J.C. Le Roux closes end-July for revampJuly 6th, 2012 by Susan Reynard | Categories: beverages, industry, products, restaurants, tourism
The House of J.C. Le Roux in the Devon Valley near Stellenbosch will be closed for four months for a stylish make-over. The property will remain open until the end of July, after which it will close for four months for an extensive revamp.
The establishment already features striking décor, from the golden colour palate used in the La Vallée Room to the pink La Fleurette Room (popular for bachelorette parties). It is popular for a range of functions and visitors to the newly renovated House of J.C. Le Roux can expect a further enhanced experience in time for the festive season.
New additions will include an al fresco deck where guests can relax and sip bubbly such as the J.C. Le Roux flagship, Scintilla 2003. The restaurant will also reveal a glamorous new appearance in December.