Darling Restaurants

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Bistro Seven in Darling

Bistro Seven

Darling Bistro restaurant in Darling

Housed in a lovely cottage, extended by a small garden scattered with tables and chair, Bistro Seven welcomes country cuisine at its best. Dine indoors warmed by intimate surrounds and crisp blue checked tablecloths before lingering in the cosy bar with a warming nightcap. Try hearty soups, juicy steaks, crisp salads complimented by a small but well partnered wine list at Bistro Seven in Darling.

Brig's Barn in Darling

Brig's Barn

Darling Country restaurant in Darling

The décor exudes style and comfort, delectable meals and alfresco occasions in the sunlit rose garden. Generous portions of creature comforts such as French toast, beer battered fish and slow roasted oxtail compliments the delicate flavours of locally produced wines. A jungle gym and kiddies menu favours young palates while adults relax over a refreshing glass of wine and intimate meal.

Café Mosiac in Darling

Café Mosiac

Darling International restaurant in Darling

Boasting a unique mixture of French, Dutch, German and English, Café Mosiac pampers with delicious flavour. Sample an array of coffee’s, cakes, calamari, chips, lasagne, salads and homemade pies alongside lighter meal and snacks. A local watering hole and family rendezvous, Café Mosiac provides a pleasant escape from traditional dining establishments.

Chicory Cheese Cafe in Darling

Chicory Cheese Cafe

Darling Health restaurant in Darling

Chicory Cheese Café in Mantis Mall, Darling welcomes herself as Darling’s new chic restaurant flavoured by intuitive and seasonal meals. The menu brims with freshly cooked, freshly squeezed, freshly baked and freshly ground goodies with option to dine indoors or alfresco on farm fresh country cuisine. Share in the love of good food at Chicory Cheese Café, Darling.

Darling Brew Slow Quarter in Darling

Darling Brew Slow Quarter

Darling Fusion restaurant in Darling

This tap room was recently opened to promote the exceptional experience of beer and food pairing. The Darling Brew has four unique flavours, namely their Slow Beer, Native Ale, Bone Crusher and Black Mist. This growing pastime introduces its guests to new flavours and the art of beer and food coupling. Take a day trip to Darling with a friend or partner and stop over for some roasted, caramel Native Ale combined with melon and kudu bressaola, spicy Bone Crusher with tempura prawns in a Bone Crusher and sesame seed batter, or darling made cheese and meats platter with biltong pate with the marvellously mastered Slow Beer. There is a selection of light meals to pair with the originally brewed beers. Darling Brew Slow Quarter is open on Mondays from 11:00 to 18:00, and Wednesday to Saturday from 11:00 to 20:00. The tap room is open on public holidays except Christmas day, and seven days a week during school holidays. Groups larger than eight should book in advance.

Darling Olives in Darling

Darling Olives

Darling Light Meals restaurant in Darling

Located on the outskirts of Darling, where grazing cattle and olive groves greet the morning, this 70h olive farm takes the palate on a journey of growing, picking and cold pressing to the savoring delights of sampling these delicious morsels. Enjoy a spring picnic dressed in wild flowers and the delicious flavours of olive jam, olive marmalade, olive bread, pastes complimented by cheese and wine on the farm. Freshly baked bread and the lingering aroma of wood burned oven, creates a memorable journey at Darling Olives in Darling.

Evita Se Perron in Darling

Evita Se Perron

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Dine on roast lamb, veggies and salad concluding the meal with Evita’s famous koeksisters or malva pudding. With bellies full and palates content, submerge yourself in lighthearted ambiance and performance at Evita Se Perron at the old Darling Railway Station.

Groote Post Restaurant in Darling

Groote Post Restaurant

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

You can't get more local than the lamb grazing along the country road on the way, or a springbok in the veldt. The herbs and vegetables come from the garden at Trinity Lodge, their guest house in Darling. Debbie and Shaun, who runs the restaurant with her, are a formidable husband and wife team. Both are professionally trained - Shaun at the Johannesburg Hotel School, Debbie at the Cordon Bleu School in Johannesburg and Prue Leith’s in London. Need to know? Open for lunch only - Wednesday to Sunday, Ccosed on Mondays and Tuesdays, closed on Christmas day, New year's day and Good Friday. Dinner by arrangement

Hilda's Kitchen in Darling

Hilda's Kitchen

Darling Country restaurant in Darling

Hilda’s Kitchen boasts modern country fare and an ever-changing menu within the beautiful surrounds of an old Cape Dutch farmhouse. Enjoy hearty soups such as cream of broccoli or corn chowder, fish cakes with dashed with Asian infusions and tasty savoury bakes. Meat lovers wallow in slow roasted pork belly or a rich lamb pie or laid back Old Man’s prego roll with homemade garlic mayonnaise and hand-cut fries is a winner. Wooden floors, high ceilings and graceful charm compliment fine estate wines and hearty cuisine. The service is friendly and attentive, perfect for an easygoing lunch with friends and family.

Lelieblom Farm in Darling

Lelieblom Farm

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Hearty South African cuisine with a traditional twist awaits diners in the cosy comforts of a barn, perfectly located for festive lunches and gracious dinners. Immerse the palate in roasts, seasonal Waterblommetjie stew, boboti and rice, home-made chicken pie, curried Tripe (on request) amongst others, served with a variety of vegetables and fresh farm salads followed by sweet delights. Located on the outskirts of Darling, Lelieblom Farm offers old time favourites around large family tables, perfect for celebrations or gatherings. Take a lazy stroll breathing in the fresh country air after a languid lunch viewing the untouched and tranquil surrounds of Swartland Farm, Darling.

Marmalade Cat in Darling

Marmalade Cat

Darling Country restaurant in Darling

The Marmalade Cat is a hidden treasure on the main road in Darling. The bright and colourful interior is inviting and the courtyard a lovely setting for a meal. The home-made meals such as chicken pie, stews and farm breakfasts are a real treat. Fridays are the only night that the restaurant is open for pizza night – end the night in a jovial dancing atmosphere! Trading hours: Monday to Sunday – 8 am to 4:30 pm; Fridays – 6:30 pm to late by reservation only.

Simoné in Darling

Simoné

Darling International restaurant in Darling

Simoné is nestled within a quite cottage, warmed by crackling winter fires and comfortable ambiance. The chalked up blackboard menu offers gourmet sandwiches, crispy schnitzels, crusty pies and tasty burgers layered with homemade patties. A small wine list hints local and regional wines perfectly balanced to compliment hearty cuisine such as Sunday roast, which included succulent lamb, chicken pie, veg and roast potatoes; slow cooked oxtail, beer battered fish, chicken schnitzel, Simoné's bobotie, and gourmet burgers. Simoné is the perfect Sunday venue, tranquil lunch venue and scrumptious breakfast any occasion dining venue.

The Cloof Kitchen in Darling

The Cloof Kitchen

Darling Light Meals restaurant in Darling

Organically grown produce captures the flavours of country cuisine, direct from the garden complimented by intense and bold wines from Cloof estate. The menu entices with butternut ravioli, tossed in burnt sage butter, rocket and pumpkin seeds and shaved parmesan or chicken Caesar salad layered with cos Lettuce, croutons, crispy bacon, Italian cheese and creamy lemon Garlic and anchovy dressing. Round off the meal with a decadent chocolate pudding bursting with liquid chocolate centered pudding. Disccover all this and more at The Cloof Kitchen and wine farm every Tuesday to Sunday.

The Linen Room Restaurant in Darling

The Linen Room Restaurant

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Located a few hours drive from Cape Town, Darling invites nostalgia immersed in a bygone era and the flourishing orchards of local wine estates. Modern South African cuisine and a touch of European flair work seamlessly in complimenting the outstanding local wines. The Linen Room Restaurant provides an unforgettable taste of picturesque Darling. Booking essential.

The Marmelade Cat in Darling

The Marmelade Cat

Darling Coffee Shop restaurant in Darling

Set amidst blossoming bougainvilleas that offset colourful yellow, white and blue polka dots, diners experience warm smiles and friendly welcomes. The freshly baked aroma and kaleidoscope of gifts create the perfect setting for hearty breakfasts, languid lunches and sumptuous afternoon teas. Serving light lunches, heavenly baked goodies and the enticing aroma of coffee, The Marmelade Cat is the perfect place for kicking back.