Restaurants near Baviaans Region
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Port Elizabeth Country restaurant
Port Elizabeth (26.7 km from Baviaans Region)
Complimented by views overlooking citrus orchids and the Kouga Mountains, Padlangs invites relaxation and languid dining in a shabby chic setting exuding rustic elegance.
Serving a wide variety of country delights such as venison pie, curried pineapple and famous Patensie potatoes, diners are spoilt with hearty favourites and delicious Sunday carveries.
Kareedouw Country restaurant
Kareedouw (34.1 km from Baviaans Region)
Die Plaaswerf is a beautiful farm restaurant and venue with amazing mountain views. The warm and welcoming interior has a fireplace and a stocked bar. The food is excellently prepared with a country influence. Sundays host a buffet menu. The large lawn is great for kids. The hospitality is friendly and efficient. Please call for further information.
Steytlerville Coffee Shop restaurant
Steytlerville (36.5 km from Baviaans Region)
Cradled in pretty flower boxes and the lingering aroma of coffee and baked goods, The Verandah Coffee Shop entices with delectable teas, scones, muffins and cakes.
Enjoy a slice of freshly baked lemon meringue and strong coffee taking in the sights and sounds of the Karoo at this quaint, unexpected coffee shop along the Garden Route.
Jeffreys Bay Seafood restaurant
Jeffreys Bay (49.3 km from Baviaans Region)
The cosy and intimate setting invites relaxation complimented by a crisp glass of organic wine.
Peruse the a la carte menu or three course set menu with succulent choices of kingklip baked in a wood-burning pizza oven, smothered in a white wine sauce with a touch of garlic covered with shrimps and mussels.
For land lovers, submit to a flame-grilled steak, stuffed with raw garlic and drenched in a sublime garlic butter sauce rounded off by heavenly wicked chocolate mousse.
Port Elizabeth South African restaurant
Port Elizabeth (55 km from Baviaans Region)
Warmed by caramel rich floors and ornate chandeliers, Ripple Hill Hotel nestles on the brim of Baviaanskloof Reserve.
Built in 1946, this hotel is reminiscent of a bygone era complimented by warm ambiance and good friendly service.
The extensive menu boasts best AAA grade matured beef, pizzas and salads to burgers, toasted sandwiches, fish and chicken dishes, with an occasional treat of fresh fish caught off the coast.
For starters, try the crab sticks, crumbed and deep-fried served with tartar sauce and for light meals the fish special, 150g hake fillet, topped with creamy mushroom sauce and cheddar cheese, wood oven baked served with chips.
Mains tempts the palate with chicken cordon bleu, stuffed with ham, cheese and mushrooms, coated in breadcrumbs, deep-fried and smothered in a creamy sauce served with vegetables and chips.
Steeped in history and delicious cuisine, Ripple Hotel provides a cosy setting indoors or on the stoep perfect for languid dining.
Patensie (55.3 km from Baviaans Region)
Enjoy a champagne breakfast or or blow out lunch in the Gamtoos Valley. Situated just 7 km outside Patensie en route to the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, Padlangs Country Restaurant and Shop is definitley worth a visit. Anne and her team only use freshly- picked seasonal produce to create their scrumptious signature dishes.Tuck into a hearty Leeuloop Breakfast or enjoy high tea with yummy baked delights served in bone china and silver. The milk tarts, lemon meringues, muffins and Greek chocolate cake are all made by local farmers' wives. Tannie Shirley's chicken pies are really made by Tannie Shirley!Cooked lunches are on offer on Sundays and the Saturday menu includes tripe and home-baked bread. In the kitchen is Cordon Bleu chef Sharelda van Niekerk so your à la carte meal will be something special.The shop has involved the local communities by offering jams, preserves and home-baked pies as well as decorative items and gifts. Enjoy an afternoon with friends in the warm atmosphere of their cigar lounge or pick your own fruit in the surrounding citrus orchards. Padlangs is wheelchair-friendly and the playground will give the kids a chance to work off some excess energy. Open Monday to Sunday 08:00 to 17:00, including public holidays.
St Francis Bay Seafood restaurant
St Francis Bay (55.6 km from Baviaans Region)
Dine indoors immersed in the deep blue or on the wooden deck with refreshing views of the harbour.
Chokka Block serves sustainably sourced seafood and organically farmed meats and vegetables. Try the tender and tasty calamari sipping a refreshing wine marvelling at the magnificent views.
Joubertina Light Meals restaurant
Joubertina (55.6 km from Baviaans Region)
The Belfry Kitchen is located in the heart of Twee Riviere, just off the R62. This is a pit-stop must for all travellers heading along the R62. The bright café-style establishment offers home-grown produce and homemade meals. The wood-fired oven is the base of the restaurant with light lunches and even deserts being prepared in the oven. Try some of the cheeses and treats made on site.
Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 18:00;
Sundays from 9:00 to 17:30.
Route 62 South African restaurant
Route 62 (58.9 km from Baviaans Region)
The Ark boasts spectacular views and rustic ambiance complimented by intimate dinners, lively bush pub, winery and wine garden.
Serving sumptuous breakfasts, hearty pub grub and for special occasions, dine and wine by flickering candlelight.
Indulge in succulent steaks, traditional roosterkoek and pizzas all well paired with ice-cold beers and wines.
The Ark offers laidback Karoo hospitality and sweeping views in a setting perfectly suited for a memorable dining experience.
Stormsriver (61.4 km from Baviaans Region)
Rafters Restaurant offers fresh country style cuisine using fresh local produce based on traditional South African dishes with a hint of Cape Malay. Enjoy the cosy atmosphere by the double sided log fire or out on the new Fynbos Terrace.
Known throughout the globe, it is definitely place to eat when you come to the Tsitsikamma area. Sitting out in the sun, gazing across the garden to the Tsitsikamma Mountain range while feasting on breakfast or lunch is paradise found.
Stormsriver South African restaurant
Stormsriver (61.6 km from Baviaans Region)
A new generation of women are paying homage to the roots of South African dining with delectable cuisine freshly prepared for the whole family. This well-kept secret in Tsitsikamma follows the tradition of good, home-cooked food revived by an era long forgotten.
Using only fresh, local organic ingredients with fresh herbs from the garden, patrons experience an explosion of flavours and tastes combined with a friendly, welcoming service for a truly memorable experience.
Stormsriver (61.8 km from Baviaans Region)
Enjoy good food and drinks in a relaxed atmosphere with delicious light lunches. Housed in a beautiful garden setting enchanted by a magical fountain and statue of Bacchus himself, patrons can kick back and relax in leisurely surroundings sampling the simple pleasures.
Tsitsikamma (64 km from Baviaans Region)
Enjoy farm style breakfast, sumptuously warm home cooked muffins or delicious refreshing light lunches all within the beauty and tranquillity of running waters and indigenous ferns.
Browse the curio shops or quaint selection of African art before indulging in a 4 course Menu D’hôte served in the cosy Otters Holt Restaurant warmed by open fireplaces and Khoisan theme.
Eastern Cape South African restaurant
Eastern Cape (65.1 km from Baviaans Region)
Cradled by scenic landscapes and the pulse of Hankey’s CBD, The Lemon Tree Coffee Shop dwells on escape and relaxation from the daily bustle of everyday life.
Enjoy light meals, cake and tea and a decadent selection of homemade jams, pies and savoury tarts in true country hospitality and picturesque landscapes.
The Lemon Tree Coffee Shop tickles the palate with melt-in-the-mouth pleasures for a heavenly country feast off the historic Garden Route.
Eastern Cape South African restaurant
Eastern Cape (65.9 km from Baviaans Region)
Situated on the outskirts of Humandorp, this enchanting gem surprises the palate in every nook and cranny.
Dressed in eclectic charm scattered with mismatched furniture and lit by flirtatious chandeliers reflected in the dramatic Gilt mirrors, Le Chameleon beguiles with charm and temptation.
Take delight in sweet and savoury dishes boasting generous portions. For brunch, the Le Chameleon omelette tossed and wrapped in bacon, mushrooms, onions and cheese is a must have. For those with a wicked sweet tooth, give into the French toast balanced with green fig preserve, bacon and maple syrup.
Dine within the magical restaurant or whisk away the senses enchanted by the tea garden; Le Chameleon secures an extensive menu and wine list filled with surprising delights for those who dare to uncover this secret gem.
Stormsriver (68.4 km from Baviaans Region)
This quirky atmospheric Diner offers you everything Marilyn and Elvis. With indoor and outdoor seating surrounded by 60's memorabilia, you will be transported to another era. The menu is large and uncomplicated, and so is the food, but the quality is outstanding due to the use of the freshest ingredients. Salads, American-style burgers, pastas, fried fish and an awesome variety of ice cream will leave diners wanting nothing more.
Kabeljous Fine Dining restaurant
Kabeljous (74.7 km from Baviaans Region)
Flattered by sweeping views of the Indian Ocean and delicious gourmet cuisine, diners unwind in comfort dusting off the lasts speck of everyday life.
Tastefully decorated in chic comfort, enjoy a languid lunch overlooking Jeffreys Bay on signatures dishes such as gourmet lamb burger topped with a chilli and mint salsa served with country fries or succulent grilled rump steak flavoured mash and seasonal vegetables.
Conclude the meal with decadent chocolate brownie in a brandy snap basket drenched with homemade ice cream.
Retreat to a place of serenity and quietness at Sugarbird Restaurant for delicious selections of gourmet cuisine.
Jeffreys Bay South African restaurant
Jeffreys Bay (77.4 km from Baviaans Region)
The décor speaks of voortrekker days, enamel crockery, quaint bucket lights, food prepared over open fires and old gas cookers.
Die Walskipper catches the freshest assortment of seafood prepared succulently and served in the sheltered open-air restaurant.
For starters, beguile quail eggs, springbok biltong and droëwors, or oysters on ice. Main courses include old faithfuls as well as adventurous crocodile or ostrich steaks.
Get the taste buds tingling with calamari steak, perlemoen, sole, catch of the day and voluptuous seafood platters.
Round off the meal with homemade koeksisters, malva pudding cheesecakes, or ice cream with strawberries.
Die Walskipper is the perfect spot for a bit of relaxation near the beach, buzzing with culinary activity.
St Francis Bay International restaurant
St Francis Bay (78 km from Baviaans Region)
Inventive global fare with emphasis on local produce and African influence, Five Elements Restaurant seduces the palate with sophisticated flair.
Relax in tranquil surrounds perusing the seasonal menu enjoying the scenic vistas at Five Elements Restaurant