Breede River Valley Dinner Restaurants

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Bistro at Weltevrede Wine Estate in Robertson

Bistro at Weltevrede Wine Estate

Robertson South African restaurant in Robertson

Tucked away in Robertson Wine Valley, capturing an engaging and captivating atmosphere, Bistro at Weltevrede Wine Estate secures views of the vineyards and mountains. Serving breakfast, main meals, light meals and snacks, the cuisine is simple yet tasty, enjoyed with a glass of homegrown wine and welcoming atmosphere. Dine at Bistro at Weltevrede Wine Estate under the vine covered terrace enjoying delicious food, fine wine and sweeping views located along the R317 between Robertson and Bonnievale.

Bourbon Street in Robertson

Bourbon Street

Robertson International restaurant in Robertson

Dressed in plush red cushioned chairs and vibrant colours, Bourbon Street swaddles the palate in cuisine influenced from around the globe. Enjoy delicious fare, alfresco on the wooden deck starting with a Kudu, Springbok and Ostrich Carpaccio. Transport the palate to spice laden streets of Mexico and Morocco with meals like the chicken quesadillas wrapped inside two flour tortillas topped with melted cheddar or Moroccan Lamb and lentil dish with a feta and yoghurt sauce. For a taste of Russia, escape to Moscow and delight in smoked Salmon pasta tossed in Vodka and a dill sauce dressed with capers and parmesan. The palate sings a chorus tucking into chicken Athena tossed with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and feta or the Prawns parmigiana sautéed in garlic, wine and parmesan. Meat eaters ravage the prime beef espetada laced with green peppers, mushrooms and bacon drizzled with butter. End the meal with a choc chip mountain drenched with ice cream and a hot fudge sauce. Bourbon Street satisfies the most discerning palate with global cuisine and eclectic charm in Robertson, just off Route 62.

Cafe Tebaldi in McGregor

Cafe Tebaldi

McGregor Country restaurant in McGregor

This country retreat embraces passion, love and tranquillity enticed by fresh country cuisine and decadent wine list. The superb a la carte menu proudly seduces with rolled sirloin served on parmesan mash with a berry and red wine sauce. Vegetarians melt with asparagus and sundried tomato risotto with truffle oil or aglio olio el greco- spaghetti with local olive oil, garlic, fresh basil, grilled haloumi cheese and parmesan shavings.

Cogman's Restaurant in Montagu

Cogman's Restaurant

Montagu Fine Dining restaurant in Montagu

Soak up personalised service and local exotic dishes from the a la carte menu and extensive wine cellar. The décor speaks of elegance and timeless grandeur softened by padded chairs, crisp linen in a light and airy setting overlooking manicured gardens. Begin the culinary journey with a wrapped Cape Malay babotie starter, in a phyllo parcel served with a sweet sliced peach and coriander chutney. For mains, flame grilled medallions of port fillet (250g) served on a Rooibos tea and cinnamon infused dried fruit compote. Round off the journey with a warmed oven-baked apple and cinnamon pudding drenched with a sweet caramel sauce, served with vanilla ice cream. Cogman’s Restaurant perfects the fine dining experience with warm hospitality and tantalising cuisine.

De Kaap Country Restaurant in McGregor

De Kaap Country Restaurant

McGregor Country restaurant in McGregor

We serve delicious Cape-country food using local and seasonal ingredients. Summer includes salads from our garden, a gourmet Springbok burger, local-style ploughman's platter of olives, sundried tomatoes, grilled aubergine, Boerenkaas and relish, West Coast mussels in curried Malay broth, savoury tarts with organic salad and pan-fried baby calamari. Dinner includes slow-cooked Moroccan lamb shanks, aged rib-eye steak on risotto and fresh grilled line fish - to name a few items on our menu. We serve delicious home-made desserts which include chocolate torte, pear and almond frangipane and tarte au citron. The menu is small but there is always something for everyone. Our food is fresh and prepared daily with a big emphasis on the quality - we use free range and organic where possible. Our wine list comprises wine from Robertson and McGragor Valley only and these compliment our dishes beautifully. If you would prefer to bring your own, we do ask a corkage fee. We are open from Thursday to Sunday for lunch, from Thursday to Saturday for dinner, and on Saturday and Sunday for breakfast. Our daytime hours are fro 9 am to 4 pm, and our evening hours are from 7 pm to 10 pm. Bookings are essential for evening dinners and Sunday lunches.

Die Opstal in Worcester

Die Opstal

Worcester Contemporary restaurant in Worcester

Here fine dining and sweeping views of the stunning surroundings marry to create a memorable eating experience. The restaurant offers an outdoor deck for alfresco dining on sunny days and loads of atmosphere in winter with its cosy fireplace. Guests can expect a menu that represents the best of traditional fare from breakfast through to dinner. The lunch menu is light with offerings like calamari, gourmet sandwiches and salads, as well as schnitzel and quiche. Dinner, which the menu refers to as the ‘Main Event’, offers sophistication on a plate.

Die Tolhuis in Ceres

Die Tolhuis

Ceres South African restaurant in Ceres

Die Tolhuis Restaurant was started by Reint and Karien Grobler, former journalists with a great sense of fun-living and a passion for ‘trustworthy’ food. After selling their paper they created Die Tolhuis Restaurant into what it is today – a place where one forgets about time and truly enjoys a day’s outing. Set between the mountains with a spectacular view, the restaurant entertains the whole family. Kids can have fun in the play area while moms and dads relax under the shady wild olive or almond trees, or the large fireplace during winter. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, from Tuesday to Sunday. The food reflects our traditional South African cuisine and the menu varies slightly from summer to winter. Come and experience friendly hospitality and tasty food, and portions that will make your eyes bulge.

Dros Roberston in Robertson

Dros Roberston

Robertson South African restaurant in Robertson

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.

Dros Worcester in Worcester

Dros Worcester

Worcester South African restaurant in Worcester

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.

Gubas de Hoek in Robertson

Gubas de Hoek

Robertson Fine Dining restaurant in Robertson

This eco-friendly fine dining restaurant exudes a comfortable, wonderful ambiance, housed inside a lovingly restored home. Boasting gourmet cuisine, diners peruse the 3-course fine dining menu brimming with light, fresh and tasty meals inspired by seasonal choices. Elegantly dressed tables compliment high ceilings and a cosy open fireplace heightened by personal attention and regional / international wines from Robertson Wine Valley. Dine on the wine terrace, alfresco, or indoors on excellent cuisine at this food sanctuary along the famous Route 62.

Karoux in Breede River Valley

Karoux

Breede River Valley South African restaurant in Breede River Valley

Nestled in the tranquil pulse of the winelands, Karoux inspires warm, welcoming ambiance touched by satisfying wholesome cuisine. Seasonal and local produce grace the blackboard menu laced with creative cuisine that will leave you coming back for more. For starters, tantalise the taste buds with deep fried brie with pita and fig preserve followed by crispy Karoux Lamb cutlets and finally, the grand finale, orange and chocolate tart. Organic and local produce influence the menu, which changes consistently according to what is available. Visit Karoux and discover true Karoo hospitality located along breathtaking scenery and the famous Route 62.

Kolgans River Restaurant in Robertson

Kolgans River Restaurant

Robertson South African restaurant in Robertson

Kolgans is the Afrikaans name for Egyptian Goose; an elegant rustic cruise that entices the appetite with authentic Afrikaans fare and chilled out river ambiance. The slow cruise departs the riverbank, taking with it scrumptious breakfasts and languid lunches with special evening cruises arranged by order. Boasting authentic home cuisine, wonderful scenery and option to fish, swim or just chill, Kolgans River Restaurant makes for an exciting alternative to dining on land.

Les Hauts de Montagu in Montagu

Les Hauts de Montagu

Montagu South African restaurant in Montagu

Les Hauts de Montagu smiles from within the gentle slopes, garnished by indigenous fynbos and olive groves, perched in tranquillity. From within the colonial style restaurant, overlooking the olive and lavender groves, lingers the aroma of unforgettable cuisine, flanked by the Langberg Mountains and tranquil valleys. The high beamed ceilings capture a story of a bygone era; tables spill out onto patios, immersed in a tapestry of scenic vistas. A set menu pampers the mood with a theatrical performance of taste and colour, blended with the distinctive finish of fine paired wines. Les Hauts de Montagu inspires culinary connoisseurs into an oasis of beauty and tranquillity set in the heart of Olive and Lavender groves along the rising slopes of the Langeberg Mountains.

Manley in Tulbagh

Manley

Tulbagh Bistro restaurant in Tulbagh

Manley Food and Wine Lodge finds itself part and parcel of the picturesque Tulbagh village, a winelands town that is becoming ever popular as a food and wine destination in the Western Cape. Manley’s Cape Dutch setting exudes the kind of welcome that is synonymous with country hospitality. The newly renovated Manor House delivers a cosy ambience with its Oregon pine ceilings and exposed thatch work while the friendly service reminds one that food is all about people. The restaurant promises hearty, honest and unpretentious food. The focus is on fresh local ingredients and not so much on frilly presentation. There are delicious full English breakfasts with freshly baked breads on offer as well as divine whey fed pork for dinner. Manley’s is adamant about delivering really good food all round since the staff and owners are quite proud to state that they indulge in their own food first and foremost.

Mimosa Lodge Restaurant in Montagu

Mimosa Lodge Restaurant

Montagu Continental restaurant in Montagu

Housed inside an elegant Edwardian double story house, Mimosa transforms fine dining with wine and dine cuisine. The 4-course gourmet menu bewitches with boutique handmade wines. Conceived from homegrown vegetables and herbs using local specialities such as Lamb, Springbok and Ostrich, Mimosa Lodge seduces the palate with Continental cuisine in a fresh, elegant and mood capturing setting. The menu highlights daily delights paired with boutique wines, seasonal and inspirational dependent. Diners peruse the likes of West Coast Crayfish, steamed, partnered with an avocado, salsa and a truffle sour cream perfected by a glass of Beverly Dawn Chenin Blanc, 2008 for starters. For the mains, Gingembre De Canard, roast Duck breast accompanied by seasonal vegetables and an orange ginger jus or beef fillet pan fried accompanied by seasonal vegetables and a green peppercorn jus flattered by a glass of Bredells Shiraz, 2003. The Grand finale, Blueberry Parfait, homemade and garnished with a chocolate twirl and fresh blueberries perfectly paired with a glass of Danie de Wet Cape Muscat. Mimosa Lodge pays homage to highly acclaimed culinary circles, showcasing award winning cuisine and boutique handmade wines perfect for connoisseurs who enjoy gourmet masterpieces.

 

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