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Basic Bistro in Stellenbosch

Basic Bistro

Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant in Stellenbosch

A venue steeped in history, Basic Bistro is bustling restaurant enjoying a large local following and is a popular stop for tourists and travellers alike. Supported by a dedicated team serving sumptuous fare all day long, this endearing eatery offers a menu that has something for everyone from simple toasted sandwiches to delicious dinners with an Asian twist. The hamburgers are a must-try. As well as these staples, there is a specials board which changes regularly to keep the offerings fresh and new. A great place to stop for a while and rejuvenate, try Basic Bistro, Stellenbosch.

Bodega do Vinho in Robertson

Bodega do Vinho

Robertson Bistro restaurant in Robertson

Freshly baked on the premises daily and with an assortment of jams and other accompaniments, Bodega do Vinho is a delight for the tastebuds. An enticing aroma of coffee and freshly baked fare make for a truly inviting atmosphere that puts diners at ease and encourages relaxation. To help with the escape from the hustle and bustle, outside is a children’s play area that is also dog-friendly so the parents can really enjoy their leisure time at Bodega do Vinho.

Boschendal Le Cafe in Franschhoek

Boschendal Le Cafe

Franschhoek Bistro restaurant in Franschhoek

Located in the breath taking beauty of the Stellenbosch winelands Boschendal Wine Estate offers its visitors Le Café for a laid back breakfast or lunch venue. The eatery is housed in the original slave quarters of the farm. Enjoy a light summer lunch or tea time treat in the cool that the canopy of ancient oak trees provide. Parents will appreciate the lawn as a place of play (amongst the ducks) for the children. In winter guests will feel right at home indoors in front the cosy fireplace. The restaurant has a change of menu at winter, when warm bredies and Bobotie are called for. The summer offerings include home-made lemonade and the best scones. Other menu items include omelets, Quesidillas, salads, and quiche. Desserts range from cheese cakes to Ice –cream Sundays and Pavlova. The restaurant also has a selection of Boschendal’s finest wines to round off lunch. The estate also offers deli style picnics (Le Pique Nique) and houses a buffet restaurant (Boschendal Le Restaurant).

Chez d'Or in Franschhoek

Chez d'Or

Franschhoek Bistro restaurant in Franschhoek

The setting leans towards up market styling with a touch of classic contemporary and Asian influenced dishes. Tables dressed in red and white tablecloths and neatly wrapped cutlery set the stage for delicious starters such as spiced calamari followed by Asian braised lamb shank and decadent chocolate tart cardamom ice cream with pear. The hardboard menu proffers various dishes and specials including lighter meals such as gourmet sandwiches. Pair your meal with a bottle of wine from the expansive wine list and soak up the bistro style setting at Chez d’Or.

Die Eethuis in Paarl

Die Eethuis

Paarl Bistro restaurant in Paarl

For sumptuous South African and Bistro-style fare, Die Eethuis is well worth a try!Separate lunch and dinner menus make for an exciting range of offerings which go perfectly with a well-priced wine list that includes a champagne selection with bottles from both the local area and further afield.A quaint courtyard provides a brilliant spot for dining al fresco when the weather is warm. The interior is modern and showcases some intriguing artwork.An unassuming and brilliant spot for tasty South African cuisine, try Die Eethuis, Paarl.

Dipped Confections in Stellenbosch

Dipped Confections

Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant in Stellenbosch

This one-of-a-kind, beautifully decorated country-style cum chic restaurant can be found in the middle of bustling Stellenbosch, but offers a cool and tranquil respite from the happenings outside. Here you can simply put your feet up, relax and take in the myriad of little details and touches that provide a feast for the eyes, ears and tastebuds. Dipped Confections is owner-run and -managed and the passion and love that is put into everything, from the interior to the service to the food, is clearly evident. A breakfast, lunch and 'sweet' menu is offered. Start your day with a decadent flapjack stack with bacon, caramelized banana and maple syrup, or a delightful omelette with roasted tomatoes, mushroom, cheddar and bacon bits. Lunch offers traditional South African meals cooked the 'homemade' way. The bobotie and lamb pie are just two examples. The Dipped Homemade Burger proves to be popular and comprises a 100% beef patty, onion marmelade, fresh tomatoes and lettuce and is served with baked potato wedges. A person can go on and on about the food, but there is also a great beverage list on offer. Wines, sparkling wines, beers, ciders and the old favourite, the Dom Pedro, are available. The name implies sweetness and freshly baked cakes, scones, muffins and pastries are specialities. Baked by order cakes can also be arranged and promises to deliver a special flair to that wedding, birthday party or in fact any special occasion. Add homemade nougat, marshmallows, jams, spreads, biscuits, rusks, and chocolate and you will mimic a kid in a candy store. This little gem is worth a visit. The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am until 5 pm and on Saturdays from 8:30 am until 3 pm.

Dorp Street Deli in Stellenbosch

Dorp Street Deli

Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant in Stellenbosch

This quaint little restaurant is situated in the popular Stellenbosch, one of the hubs of the wine route. Dorp Street Deli serves wholesome delicious delicacies that will leave you wanting more. The farm-style country interior is matched with elegant, rustic touches and creates an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home. The freshest produce is used to create unpretentious, simple but hearty and tasty dishes and the cheeses and wines on offer are to die for. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and even awesome cocktails. For a great start to the day, a sauntering wine-paired lunch or a social evening out, try this little place on Dorp Street.

Elephant and Barrel in Franschhoek

Elephant and Barrel

Franschhoek Pub Meals restaurant in Franschhoek

Try the Elephant and Barrel for good old English pub fare in a friendly setting in Franschhoek.Featuring classic meals like bangers and mash and pies, the team behind this quaint spot really knows what classic pub fare is about. Hearty meals satisfy and true to form, imported beers flow like water. There is also a nice selection of wines for those who don’t fancy a pint.A terrace makes for a great area to relax in on warmer days and when the weather is more like it usually is in England, the cosy interior will keep patrons warm.Experience the best that old English pub fare has to offer at the Elephant and Barrel.

Fandango  in Stellenbosch

Fandango

Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant in Stellenbosch

For something a little more laid back and funky try Fandango Café and Cocktail Bar. Situated right at the pulse of Stellenbosch town centre on Bird Steet, this establishment is a great location for sitting back and soaking up the Stellenbosch vibe while enjoying a bite to eat. Fandango is more than just an eatery. Not only is the café also an internet spot but it also specializes in bicycle rentals – believing that cycling is the best way to appreciate the picturesque quality of the town. The café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a wide menu selection to choose from. Favourites amongst regulars include the Prawn Stir fry and asides such as potato bake keep hungry patrons smiling. The freshly baked puddings are also hard to resist. The wine selection has more then 45 wines to choose from, catering for all preferences. Summer nights at Fandango calls for exotic cocktails and entertainment. Visitors will relish in the relaxed atmosphere of the Jazz and Blues evenings. Fandango offers a variety of evening entertainment throughout the year.

Farmers Kitchen in Stellenbosch

Farmers Kitchen

Stellenbosch Bistro restaurant in Stellenbosch

Enjoy wine, strawberries and good hearty food at this quaint, beautifully decorated eatery at the Mooiberge Farmstall on the R44. The restaurant's main focus is on serving imaginative homemade dishes made with the freshest produce. A laid-back, elegant space awaits and offers a cool respite from a day of sightseeing. Try the blue cheese, rocket and strawberry compote pizza, counter-intuitive but delectable, or some freshly made, moist French toast, served with strawberry compote. Th lamb burger is also a must-try and they make the patties from scratch with A-grade meat. There are a variety of wraps available as well, so they really cater for a varied group. To get you off to a good start, the Silly Billy breakfast offers two slices of macadamia and rye bread with goat's cheese, tomato pesto, mushrooms and rocket. Their take on a traditional English breakfast is The Farmer and The Farmer's Wife with eggs, bacon, bangers, tomatoes and mushrooms. Mouthwatering......and wholesome.

Franschhoek Pub and Grill in Franschhoek

Franschhoek Pub and Grill

Franschhoek Pub Meals restaurant in Franschhoek

Located on the edge of the village and considered a favourite watering hole, the pub and grill is the hub of the village and the relaxed and informal setting makes it a family affair. Children are well entertained with a large play area while adults indulge in hearty pub fare, ice-cold draughts and big screen sports. Friday’s plays host to live music, pushing up the tempo late into the night while ice-cold rounds make way for hearty grills and pub dishes.

Freedom Hill Restaurant in Franschhoek

Freedom Hill Restaurant

Franschhoek Bistro restaurant in Franschhoek

Freedom Hill Restaurant offers country-style hospitality on its stunning wine estate in the Franschhoek region. With views of the Berg River Valley and Simonsberg Mountains, Freedom Hill has an exquisite back drop for a meal sitting any time of day. Enjoy afternoon tea on the terrace or sundowners in the late afternoon for a laid back time out. Not limited to lighter meal variations, the restaurant also has a well rounded and complete lunch and dinner menu with starters, mains and pudding. The menu offers a selection of mouth watering canapés as finger food to compliment a social drinks meet (and eat) or as a nibble between meals. The a la carte menu is an explosion of flavours with starters such as Sardine and Mascarpone Cheese Quiche, or Quail Breast with Nougat Salad. The main courses cover a variety of meat dishes as well pasta. Dessert is a decadent affair with the likes of Vanilla and Amarula pan cotta with fresh strawberries or, a chocoholic’s dream: Double Chocolate Mousse with Pistachio Nuts. Be sure to enquire about the daily specials. Not only is Freedom Hill an eatery worth visiting, it is also a wedding and function venue. Personal wine tastings are available to guests.

Harry-Q.Bar in Stellenbosch

Harry-Q.Bar

Stellenbosch Pub Meals restaurant in Stellenbosch

A social spot perfect for sharing and socializing offers expansive lawns shaded by an age old giant Oak. Tapas style dishes make great focal points during conversation as the wine flows and children flock to the sprawling lawns enjoying popular games. Harry-Q.Bar is a relaxing pub dining experience set amidst the beauty and splendor of the Stellenbosch Wine Route.

Le Verger Restaurant in Franschhoek

Le Verger Restaurant

Franschhoek Bistro restaurant in Franschhoek

This bistro affair captures the best of the nature and flavours from the kitchen into a well-rounded dining experience. The glass conservatory flows out on the alfresco style terrace flanked by panoramic views of the valley in the nurturing atmosphere of the working orchard. The open plan kitchen invites a culinary performance dining indoors and the terrace cradled by fruit trees embraces the great outdoors.

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.

 

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