Cape Winelands Mediterranean 150 - 250 people Restaurants

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AmaZink in Stellenbosch

AmaZink

Stellenbosch African restaurant in Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch’s Kayamandi (an informal settlement area) may not scream location- location- location for restaurant venue, but is home to AmaZink Eatery. The restaurant delivers a novel African eating experience that embraces and simultaneously invests in the local Stellenbosch community. The African theme of the restaurant is seen through to every detail. The décor is bold and loud in colour and service is hearty and friendly. All the traditional fare is unpretentious and prepared on wood burning fires. Even the beer is home brewed. Expect local favourites like pap and wors, but perhaps not quite as rustic as authenticity demands. With Bertus Basson (celebrity chef and co-owner of Overture Restaurant) overseeing the menu, there is a definite contemporary take on the local delicacies. The restaurant offers a wine list that supports farmers in the immediate vicinity. With prominent businessmen investing, AmaZink Eatery forms part of the Ikhaya Trust Centre and is driven to make a contribution to the social uplifting of the area. Inline with the venture’s policy, only locals to Kayamandi are employed at AmaZink.

Gill's Deli Bar in Somerset West

Gill's Deli Bar

Somerset West Mediterranean restaurant in Somerset West

This deli-cum-restaurant and bar is a very refreshing take on the dining experience. Be sure to bring friends and indulge in a wide variety of specially chosen and made fresh breads, pestos, meats, cheeses and preserves. The restaurant is exudes tranquility and you will feel like kicking off your shoes, sitting back and relaxing with a fine glass of bubbles, wine or even a beer. Watch out for the regular champagne breakfasts, a wicked indulgent treat. Breakfasts include Norwegian Salmon with capers, horseradish, onion rings and toast, as well as the more traditional, but definitely not boring, omelette with ham and served with toast. Even a healthy fruit, muesli and yogurt option is available. For the later-in-the-day diner there are a variety of options to choose from, but a recommended dish would be the schnitzel, served with a range of toppings. Choose from spicy sauce, sweet peppers, gherkins and mushrooms; ham and cheese; bacon, pickled onions and croutons; and pineapple, bacon and cheese. Fresh produce, interesting food, drinks of choice and a laid-back atmosphere is what you can expect.

Mangiare in Somerset West

Mangiare

Somerset West Mediterranean restaurant in Somerset West

Explosive flavours and subtle tastes are in juxtaposition when talking about Mangiare restaurant. The freshest produce is used, the freshest produce literally being herbs and vegetables from the garden. This beautiful restaurant is set in the vineyards with breathtaking views of the mountain and ocean. Delicacies include imported summer truffles and parma ham - mouthwatering in itself. An a la carte menu is offered and changes every week to make the most of the seasonal ingredients. Try homemade ravioli, home-cured salmon, homemade gnocchi and risotto and finely sliced sirloin marinated in olive oil and presented on rocket. A really good wine list is available and local, as well as French and Italian wines are served. The service a great and the food unique, tasty and creative - add the beautiful setting and you've got a winner.

Restaurants near Cape Winelands

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Apprentice in Stellenbosch

Apprentice

Stellenbosch Contemporary restaurant in Stellenbosch(1.2 km from Cape Winelands)

Apprentice Restaurant, formally known as L’Olive, situated on Stellenbosch’s bustling Andringa Street, is a sought after dining establishment. Home to the Culinary Institute, this restaurant offers food that appeals to the senses. The restaurant is training school for students who have chosen cooking as a career, but patrons would be far off the mark to expect anything less than being plated up food of exceptional quality. Not only is breakfast, lunch and dinner served in style, the décor of the eatery is bright and inviting in a relaxed upmarket manner, however, the best seats remain out of house on the pavement, where guests can soak up the Stellenbosch vibe. The dinner menu is offers a selection of meat dishes from Lamb Rump, Kudu Loin to Quail. Desserts are wickedly decadent with impossible to resist choices like Chocolate Marble Pavlova and Tiramisu with Rum and Espresso. Since the restaurant is a learning arena, the menu also has a glossary of terms (in case the menu is all French to you).

Bread and Wine  in Stellenbosch

Bread and Wine

Stellenbosch Italian restaurant in Stellenbosch(1.5 km from Cape Winelands)

The Vines is an Italian wine bar and eatery that combines a traditional Italian feel with modern, innovative food and decor. The food is typically Italian and reminds of home cooking every time. Try a gorgeous pasta with a sauce of your choice or a simple sarmie made with freshly baked foccaccia. Pair any dish on the menu with an authentic Italian or South African wine, or even a potent grappa. The popular Dalla Cia Grappa is served as a digestive, as a caffe’ corretto, as ice cream, or even as a Grappa tasting dessert menu.

Café Dijon  in Stellenbosch

Café Dijon

Stellenbosch French restaurant in Stellenbosch(1.7 km from Cape Winelands)

Café Dijon is a pocket of Paris in the heart of Stellenbosch. Ideally located at the centre of town, this quaint eatery is a gem for food lovers who enjoy true French cuisine. Its indoor café is perfectly Parisian in décor and ambience while being seated outside, under ancient oak trees and umbrellas, allows for a relaxed reflection of passers-by on the street in true European style. Expect an impressive and authentic French menu. There are classic hors d’ oeuvres and salads such as Pear, Parma ham and Gorgonzola that are designed to please the palate. The main course selection and restaurant specialties are extended to include regional French dishes to the likes of South West of France Cassoulet. The multi-dimensional menu has an array of asides and desserts and caters well for those who like to round off their eating experience. The combination of true French style and food makes this bistro style establishment a delight any time of day – breakfast, lunch or dinner.

 

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