Restaurants near Central Drakensberg
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Drakensberg Contemporary restaurant
Drakensberg (19.6 km from Central Drakensberg)
Nestled in the heart of the Drakensberg, this culinary gem features reduction techniques prepared according to close guarded recipes.
The food brims with flavour and colour, complete with passion and dedication evident with every mouthful.
Serving breakfast, lunch and a grand dinner affair - a seven-course feast for the senses.
Winter warms with roaring log fires, deep wines and hearty flavours, the lingering aroma of freshly baked bread and fresh ingredients from the garden.
Expect the highest local and imported ingredients, sumptuous dishes and nostalgic ambiance for a memorable dining experience.
Himeville Country restaurant
Himeville (36.6 km from Central Drakensberg)
Located just 10.5 km on Sani Pass Road, touched by magnificent views and a laid back atmosphere is The Giant’s Cup Tea Garden and Restaurant.
Steeped in history and rural charm, the cosy interior hosts Cypress Wood flooring, a warming Queen Ann Stove and rustic elegance.
Magnificent views cradle the senses as diners indulge in hearty breakfasts, lunches and light snacks and homemade cakes.
Purchase some delightful crafts from the local crafts shop then sit down for a cup of tea in the magical tea garden.
Contact management prior to arrival as working hours vary.
Underberg Italian restaurant
Underberg (48.4 km from Central Drakensberg)
Here the aroma of delicious food wets the appetite while rolling farmlands cradle your soul in perfect isolation.
The lapping waters of the Umzinkulu River lull the senses dining alfresco, and the warm and cosy surroundings of the thatch restaurant sets the mood with a tranquil setting.
Sweeping views add a dramatic backdrop to your dining experience as mouthfuls of delicious Italian cuisine wet the appetite.
The menu changes daily, ensuring produce used are seasonal and fresh.
Balmy summer days invites alfresco dining on the grass next to the dam, while winter warms with toasty fires and hearty dishes.
Discover a peaceful haven set within breathtaking beauty of the Drankensberg at The Old Hatchery in Underberg.
Underberg Coffee Shop restaurant
Underberg (51.4 km from Central Drakensberg)
Nestled in the Underberg Village Mall, The Grind Café bursts with fresh salads, garden ripened produce and premium meats.
High quality signature dishes and ever-changing specials compliment the menu ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If a quick coffee or tea takes your fancy, Grind Café stock Illy Premium Coffees and ice-cold Stella Artois beer.
The wine list is one worth taking note of, with the John Platter seal of approval and rating on all wines.
Relax in the adjoining bar for a few drinks, or sip a coffee watching children at play in the play area.
Rosetta International restaurant
Rosetta (52.6 km from Central Drakensberg)
This alfresco gastronomic experience is setting the trend for outdoor culinary indulgence.
Here time stands still in simplicity, surrounded by the fresh mountain air.
Sit outside under a shady umbrella on comfy chairs, or relax on traditional blankets and cushions with low Japanese tables to host your affair, or spend the day horizontal in a cosy hammock to share.
The seven-course picnic is complete with napery, glasses, crockery and ice buckets chilling the wine.
Horizon’s Gourmet Picnics is a luxurious alfresco experience and the perfect way to indulge in languid summer weekends.
Nottingham Road South African restaurant
Nottingham Road (53.6 km from Central Drakensberg)
This simple little coffee shop lures the palate with the delicious aroma of freshly baked delight and hearty country cooking.
Set in a beautiful location, Aladdin’s de Light entices shopping and eating in one swoop with offerings of arts and crafts and delicious meals.
Browse the local stores before settling down for a relaxing meal at Aladdin’s de Light in Midlands Meander.
Nottingham Road Country restaurant
Nottingham Road (53.7 km from Central Drakensberg)
We offer a la carte dining in our restaurant and if it’s a more informal atmosphere you’re looking for, unwind in our legendary pub and enjoy a sumptuous traditional pub meal.
Friday nights at Notties Pub are legendary with its big screen TV and friendly atmosphere, there is no doubt that this is the place to be at the weekend. Saturday sporting fever with the latest rugby, cricket or soccer action sees the pub packed, with free breakfast rolls and the odd draught beer on the house to be enjoyed.
Everyone knows that the Boks, the Sharks or our cricketers would never have done half as well as they have without the patrons of Notties Pub playing for them! The very best referees, not to mention world-class coaches, are to be found at Notties on such a day. Spirits are high and when it’s all over and the game has been dissected and grinned or groaned over, there is often live music to keep the spirits up. And if you are lucky enough to have tickets to one of the games, come back afterwards and share the experience with us at the pub.
Please note that in terms of South African legislation, the dining room is a designated non-smoking area.
Breakfast from 7:30 to 10:00;
Lunch from 12:00 to 15:00 a la carte and pub menu;
Dinner from 18:00 to 21:00 a la carte and pub menu.
Nottingham Road Italian restaurant
Nottingham Road (54 km from Central Drakensberg)
Sapore is a beautiful bar and restaurant in the popular Nottingham Road that serves up classic Italian and international dishes. The restaurant is family orientated, and the bar a fun environment for friends that want to get together for a drink or three. A relaxed atmosphere, great variety and delicious tasting food can be found here.
Nottingham Road Pub Meals restaurant
Nottingham Road (54.3 km from Central Drakensberg)
Nestled in the heart of the Midlands Meander, with roaring winter log fires and an evening country ambiance is a place known for delicious food.
Bierfassl Restaurant and Pub dapples in Austrian and German influence with plenty pub grub to fill the belly and traditional dishes to indulge the senses.
Light lunches range from spinach and feta pancakes to sauerkraut balls, with plenty beer all way round.
Dine in the character-laden dining room or on the shady veranda.
Nottingham Road Mediterranean restaurant
Nottingham Road (54.6 km from Central Drakensberg)
The Junction offers delicious country meals and a relaxed setting perfect for breakfast or lunch.
Children are well entertained with a playground, jungle gym and jumping castle.
Browse the deli bursting with cheeses, pickles, preserves and jars of old fashioned sweets that will send your palate down memory lane.
The menu focuses on light meals, pizzas and grills.
The Junction is located in Nottingham Road at the Junction Complex.
Nottingham Road Contemporary restaurant
Nottingham Road (55.7 km from Central Drakensberg)
Located along Nottingham Road in the Midlands Meander, Café Bloom welcomes with a shabby country chic feel dressed in old wooden furniture and comfy couches.
The veranda overlooking the gardens makes an ideal spot for coffee and delicious homemade cake while the children play.
Indulge in seasonal homemade leek, parsnip and parsley soup, designer Camembert salads, savoury muffins and heavenly cheesecake.
Winterton Country restaurant
Winterton (57.2 km from Central Drakensberg)
Located at Winterton, The Nest Hotel Restaurant is one of the few restaurants that still offer cuisine a la Table d’hôte.
Dining here immerses the palate in rich cultural heritage drawn from the roots of South Africa.
Light lunches feature country delights, alongside morning and afternoon teas on the veranda.
Dinner wets the appetite with a six-course affair and Sunday’s ease the palate into grand lunches and dinners.
The Nest is a age old-dining affair abundant with wholesome meals and traditional ambiance.