Leisure Island Restaurants

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Leisure Island Coffee Shop in Leisure Island

Leisure Island Coffee Shop

Leisure Island Coffee Shop restaurant in Leisure Island

Indulge in delicious full English breakfasts and scrumptious light lunches under the shade of ancient Fig Trees. Shaded from the wind, Leisure Isle Coffee Shop invites diners to relax and soak up the tranquil surrounds enjoying loving cuisine and decadent teas. Leisure Isle Coffee Shop embraces the art of relaxation and leisurely cuisine in the picturesque Leisure Island of the famous garden route.

Restaurants near Leisure Island

*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling distance.

Boogies Restaurant in Knysna

Boogies Restaurant

Knysna Pub Meals restaurant in Knysna(3.2 km from Leisure Island)

Known as one of Knysna’s top restaurants blended with old world charm and housed in a quaint 1848 year old manor house, Boogies Restaurant charms the palate and senses with original and unique dishes much suited to the characteristics of this old manor house. Charming and unique, patrons can dine on daily specials or experience cuisine from the menu taking in the fresh breeze on the veranda under the shady oak tree. If intimate dining suits the taste - cosy up to the crackling fireplace warmed by original yellowwood and Oregon pine floors for a wintery warm experience.

Cafe Mario in Knysna Quays

Cafe Mario

Knysna Quays Italian restaurant in Knysna Quays(3.3 km from Leisure Island)

This Authentic Italian Café gastronomically infuses the palate with traditional Italian cuisine on the patio overlooking the water. Considered by many as the most popular restaurant in town, Café Mario serves intimate meals and hearty breakfasts complimented by reasonable Italian wines. A wonderful place to linger the day away, people watching and indulging in flavour infused Italian faire.

34 South in Knysna Quays

34 South

Knysna Quays Seafood restaurant in Knysna Quays(3.3 km from Leisure Island)

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.

 

Did you know? Leisure Island Restaurants is often misspelt. Here are some variations:

LeisureIsland Restaurants, Leisure Isle Restaurants, LeisureIsle Restaurants,