Plettenberg Bay French restaurant
Le Fournil de Plett is a French bakery in Plettenberg Bay serving breakfast, lunch and 'Truth' coffee. They have specialized in handmade artisan bread using stone ground organic flour.
Bread nowadays has a serious lack of crust but at Le Fournil de Plett you can feel, smell and taste the bread with crust. The French pastries are made using pure butter, Belgian chocolate and organic flour. Wherever possible our ingredients are free range, such as eggs and chicken, and organic, such as salad ingredients, beef and flour.
This is heaven. A peaceful and quite courtyard with fresh handmade artisan bread. There is no hotel breakfast that can compete with the slices of the bread from Le Fournil de Plett Bakery and Café.
Freshness is the key to the business. We recommend lunch and breakfast at the shady courtyard on a summer's day or a table by the cosy fire with a bowl of homemade soup if its cold. Jane and Florence look forward to welcoming you.
Plettenberg Bay Grills restaurant
A superb venue for the whole family, Rod & Reel Pub & Restaurant offers delicious, hearty meals, a great atmosphere, friendly service and excellent value for money.Enjoy breathtaking views from all sides as you dine al fresco on the large wooden deck, sheltered from the sun by umbrellas. A lawn below the deck provides a play area for children with rabbit hutches to entertain. On days when the weather is not quite so accommodating, the beautifully furnished interior, complete with appropriate nautical theme, provides protection from the elements, while the large windows on all sides make sure that the view is still there to enjoy.Superb food from an extensive menu, warm, friendly service and brilliant value for money make this an excellent spot for the whole family.
Restaurants near Garden Route
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Knysna Bistro restaurant
Knysna(2.2 km from Garden Route)
In beautiful country surrounds, set amongst oak trees on the shores of Knysna’s famous lagoon is Caroline’s Bistro.
Sustainable, locally-sourced food is used as much as possible, as are local suppliers, keeping the offerings fresh and flavourful.
The menus are seasonal and therefore change regularly so the choices are kept as fresh as the ingredients that create them!
Knysna Quays Seafood restaurant
Knysna Quays(3.4 km from Garden Route)
Casual and laidback, Knysna's bustling food emporium claims that it's "not exactly a restaurant, not exactly a bar, definitely not a deli... well, not exactly a deli... it’s an eating place, a drinking place and definitely a meeting place". Well, it's a good place to be if you enjoy fresh seafood and fancy a bit of shopping. 34 South is also "a gift shop, a clothing emporium, a food store, a fish monger and a bakery, too. And the finest wine shop this side of the grape curtain!"
Start with a platter of freshly shucked wild coastal oysters still tasting of salt and sea. Tuck into calamari (tubes, heads and steaks) and mussels (in and out the shell) done in many ways - in vinaigrette, masala, with peri-peri or with wine and garlic. The herring comes six ways, the fish pates four and the mezze too many ways to mention.
Traditional Greek, Spanish and Portuguese themes run through an eclectic menu that highlights Mediterranean flavours - with chicken, ostrich and vegetarian options for diners averse to seafood. With tastebuds still tingling from oysters and bubbly, the mains are sure to tantalise.
Signature dishes tempt with fresh linefish brought in through the Knysna heads, east-coast sole, linefish espetada, Portuguese sardines, jambalaya and seafood paella.
Knysna Bistro restaurant
Knysna(3.5 km from Garden Route)
Easily located within the scenic Garden Route and famously known by locals as the place to enjoy made to order, thin crispy pizzas straight from the traditional wood-fired oven with wheat free bases available.
Dine on outdoor terrace or within the large garden on balmy summer days choosing from an array of delicious pastas, potatoe bakes, salads and voluptuously filled pita breads.
Leave enough space for decadent deserts and smouldering coffees for a pleasant, well-rounded day out.
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