Bela Bela (Warmbaths) Seafood restaurant
Bela Bela (Warmbaths)
It's a kind of 'fishy' tale: There once was a man and his wife who loved the sea, but further away they couldn't be. They decided to work on a master plan, and just about then they met another young man. This savvy fellow shared the dream. So they continued the journey as a team, to bring you the fish, some cooked, some shelled, all the way to the bushveld. But it wasn't easy as I'm sure you can tell. They needed the help of another good pal. He showed then the way to a special place, which is now known as De Zee Meeuw Huis. Where family and friends can come and a see, why gulls would be sitting in a kameeldoring tree."
I literally drooled when he told me that they have a live oystertank! I told him that I would throw tons of Tabasco sauce, lemon juice and pepper in there, get in and leave my table manners at home - Gremlin style!
Soooo, if you are ever in the area, go and have some feeeesh! Kapeeesh?
Bela Bela (Warmbaths) African restaurant
Bela Bela (Warmbaths)
Wrapped in the idyllic surrounds of Thaba Pitsi Private Game Reserve seduced by starlit African skies and Belgium cuisine infused with a touch of French, L’ Orange Bleue enrobes the palate in an Afro-European dining experience.
Housed in rescued farmhouse that embraces 20th century quirky humour, this restaurant boasts simplicity at its best, paired with excellent cuisine and a fine reputation.
With vivid hot hues of orange and blues swaddled around modern furniture that extends out on an open plan kitchen, diners can immerse the senses into bushveld serenity laden with fine cuisine, quality wines, liqueurs and imported cigars.
Awarded best restaurant in Limpopo and graded four stars in 2003 edition of Top 100 South African Restaurants, L’ Orange Bleue speaks of sweets dreams nestled under an African sky.
The tempting a la carte menu boasts mouth-watering features such as the duck carpaccio with flakes of foie gras and the fillet sauce du chef.
Surrounded by cries of the African bushveld, L’ Orange Bleue whispers words of culinary seduction that caters for a memorable dining experience beneath the African skies.
Restaurants near Bela Bela (Warmbaths)
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Montana Park Italian restaurant
Montana Park(88.5 km from Bela Bela (Warmbaths))
This family friendly restaurant serves awesome Italian, Portuguese and South African cuisine at value-for-money prices. Salads, pizzas , pastas, trinchados. and a wide array of other dishes are available on the large menu. Sports events are shown on the big screen TVs. Check out the almost daily specials and treat the whole family to a feast.
Montana (Pretoria) South African restaurant
Montana (Pretoria)(88.6 km from Bela Bela (Warmbaths))
This proudly South African restaurant is a favourite among families and serves up hearty meals at affordable prices.
Dros has an extensive menu and dishes include cheesy pizzas, succulent steaks, certain speciality meals like lamb shank and eisbein, and much more. Kids are well catered for with their own menu and an amazing play area fitted with jumping castles, games, playstations and kiddies tables and chairs. Birthday parties can also be catered for.
Dros is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of beverages including the best South African wines and beers. The dessert menu mustn’t be overlooked and is the ideal way to end off your meal.
Here you will experience true South African hospitality and awesome food.
Pretoria North Portuguese restaurant
Pretoria North(88.7 km from Bela Bela (Warmbaths))
Feast in true Portuguese style at the newest addition to the incredibly successful Adega franchise.
Conveniently located opposite the Collenade Centre, Adega, Montana boasts a large menu with a superb range of seafood and Portuguese dishes. The decor is striking and inviting, with warm yellow complementing a Monk theme and traditional blue and white Portuguese tiles.
Book ahead to avoid missing out on a night of delicious Portuguese food and hospitality.