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Blue Ostrich Restaurant Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn

Blue Ostrich Restaurant Cango Caves

Oudtshoorn Bistro restaurant in Oudtshoorn

A menu filled with ostrich meat dishes caters for visitors to the renowned Cango Caves. Breakfasts, light lunches, main courses and desserts can be enjoyed. Dishes include salads, burgers and succulent Karoo lamb and set menus are available for groups featuring Asian, Indian and Western cuisine. Groups need to book in advance.

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.

Cafe Brule in Oudtshoorn

Cafe Brule

Oudtshoorn Coffee Shop restaurant in Oudtshoorn

Café Brulé is a coffee shop and deli forming part of the Queens Hotel in Oudtshoorn. The deli offers freshly baked breads and light meals are offered for lunch and breakfast. Stop for some coffee and cake for heading off on your day’s excursions. Buffets are offered from Wednesday to Friday. Trading hours are from 7 am until 5 pm.

Clarke of The Karoo in Barrydale

Clarke of The Karoo

Barrydale South African restaurant in Barrydale

Set in the poster town of Barrydale guided by a landmark wind pump, Clarke of The Karoo seduces the palate with traditional Karoo cuisine infused with Mediterranean twists. Dishes spill off the menu boasting delights such as Karoo oysters, Cape Malay bobotie, legendary Karoo Lamb curry served with papadoms and a vast array of sambals, Whitebait and roasted vegetable bruchetta served with balsamic reduction. Speciality sandwiches and homemade burgers available on the menu with pan-seared Yellowfin Tuna a specialty request when available. Enjoy fresh organic salads, traditional dishes, and a warm inviting ambiance. Winter invites log fires and homemade soups at this favourite stopover on Route 62.

Cogman's Restaurant in Montagu

Cogman's Restaurant

Montagu Fine Dining restaurant in Montagu

Soak up personalised service and local exotic dishes from the a la carte menu and extensive wine cellar. The décor speaks of elegance and timeless grandeur softened by padded chairs, crisp linen in a light and airy setting overlooking manicured gardens. Begin the culinary journey with a wrapped Cape Malay babotie starter, in a phyllo parcel served with a sweet sliced peach and coriander chutney. For mains, flame grilled medallions of port fillet (250g) served on a Rooibos tea and cinnamon infused dried fruit compote. Round off the journey with a warmed oven-baked apple and cinnamon pudding drenched with a sweet caramel sauce, served with vanilla ice cream. Cogman’s Restaurant perfects the fine dining experience with warm hospitality and tantalising cuisine.

De Opstal Restaurant in Oudtshoorn

De Opstal Restaurant

Oudtshoorn Game restaurant in Oudtshoorn

Exuding classic country style décor and relaxing ambiance centred around a log burning fire and ornate artefacts, De Opstal graces the palate with tastefully prepared dishes. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks before perusing the 4-course set dinner menu boasting delights such as smoked venison (Springbok) carpaccio served on a bed of lettuce with croutons, cream cheese and a drizzle of aged balsamic for starters. The sizzling aroma of Karoo Lamb cutlets overwhelms the senses, hardwood grilled, served with spiced potato wedges and fresh garden vegetables. Conclude the meal with a traditional Little Karoo, a platter for 2 brimming with koeksisters, walnut fudge, amarula crème brûlée and truffles. Die Opstal invites hearty farm style breakfasts and tantalising set dinners in a spacious setting the embraces relaxation and the art of cooking classic Karoo cuisine.

De Oude Pastorie Ladismith in Ladismith

De Oude Pastorie Ladismith

Ladismith Italian restaurant in Ladismith

The Oude Pastorie building in Ladismith now has a new face, and has become a great stop for hungry travelers on the R62. Here you're welcomed by Izak and Helna van Rooyen, with their homemade bread and delicacies. The building consists of a wine tasting room, gift shop and farm shop.

Die Dorphuis in Calitzdorp

Die Dorphuis

Calitzdorp South African restaurant in Calitzdorp

Housed in a historic building dating back to the late 1800’s, this quaint little establishment is renowned for traditional fare. Die Dorphuis boasts tasty ostrich meals and daily breakfasts that pack a punch alongside languid lunches and relaxing dinners. Diners peruse the comprehensive menu starting with breakfast comprising of a breakfast platter brimming with bacon, eggs, tomato, sausage, toast & jams. Lunch calls for Ostrich goulash with salad or vegetables or lighter meals such as crispy toasted sandwiches followed by devilish waffles with ice cream or cream for desert. Dine amidst beautiful gardens in the poster town of Calitzdorp off Route 62 for a welcoming break from the scenic road.

Die Opstal in Worcester

Die Opstal

Worcester Contemporary restaurant in Worcester

Here fine dining and sweeping views of the stunning surroundings marry to create a memorable eating experience. The restaurant offers an outdoor deck for alfresco dining on sunny days and loads of atmosphere in winter with its cosy fireplace. Guests can expect a menu that represents the best of traditional fare from breakfast through to dinner. The lunch menu is light with offerings like calamari, gourmet sandwiches and salads, as well as schnitzel and quiche. Dinner, which the menu refers to as the ‘Main Event’, offers sophistication on a plate.

Dros Roberston in Robertson

Dros Roberston

Robertson South African restaurant in Robertson

This proudly South African restaurant is a favourite among families and serves up hearty meals at affordable prices. Dros has an extensive menu and dishes include cheesy pizzas, succulent steaks, certain speciality meals like lamb shank and eisbein, and much more. Kids are well catered for with their own menu and an amazing play area fitted with jumping castles, games, playstations and kiddies tables and chairs. Birthday parties can also be catered for. Dros is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of beverages including the best South African wines and beers. The dessert menu mustn’t be overlooked and is the ideal way to end off your meal. Here you will experience true South African hospitality and awesome food.

Dros Worcester in Worcester

Dros Worcester

Worcester South African restaurant in Worcester

This proudly South African restaurant is a favourite among families and serves up hearty meals at affordable prices. Dros has an extensive menu and dishes include cheesy pizzas, succulent steaks, certain speciality meals like lamb shank and eisbein, and much more. Kids are well catered for with their own menu and an amazing play area fitted with jumping castles, games, playstations and kiddies tables and chairs. Birthday parties can also be catered for. Dros is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of beverages including the best South African wines and beers. The dessert menu mustn’t be overlooked and is the ideal way to end off your meal. Here you will experience true South African hospitality and awesome food.

Em'S in Barrydale

Em'S

Barrydale South African restaurant in Barrydale

Enjoy the heavenly aroma of freshly baked cakes and pies before wetting the appetite with a delicious range of cakes, tarts, pies, local homemade preserves and jams. Stock up on imported German products such as Pumpernickel bread and Bismark Herrings in tomato sauce and a selection of cold meats or decadent local cheeses such as goat's cheese with grappa, nuts and chocolate or olives and dried apricots. Visit Em's in the picturesque village of Barrydale, located just off the famous scenic Route 62.

Jam Tarts Restaurant in Barrydale

Jam Tarts Restaurant

Barrydale South African restaurant in Barrydale

Dressed in offbeat mosaics and old jam can chandeliers, Jam Tarts Restaurant serves all day breakfasts, delicious wood fired pizzas and frothy milkshakes to mention a few. Spoil the palate with real home food, local seasonal dishes and fabulous jams spread over crunchy bread complimented by a local wine list or corkage. From crunchy salads, succulent steaks to naughty jams, Jam Tarts Restaurant offers a quirky alternative to country dining.

Joubert-Tradauw Alfresco Deli in Barrydale

Joubert-Tradauw Alfresco Deli

Barrydale South African restaurant in Barrydale

Joubert-Tradauw Alfresco Deli overlooks the majestic Langeberge and vineyards on the famous Route 62 in Klein Karoo. Located in the picturesque village of Barrydale exuding a Mediterranean style kitchen and rustic décor, Joubert-Tradauw inspires dreamy cuisine with traditional Karoo tapas platters. The platters comprise of fruit from the farms such as fresh figs, nectarines, Kakamas peaches, plums and pears, served with cranberries, nuts, sunflower seeds and mint. Side portions of rosemary and lemon chicken; a small bobotie with onion relish, stewed fruit and almonds; "patat" with honey; beetroot with feta and herbs; tzatsiki with pumpkin seeds, home-baked breads stuffed with olives and nutty seed loaves browned with molasses garnish the platter. Homemade delights entice with tapenade, onion relish, balsamic reduction, fig pâté, pesto, fragrant apricot jam and tomato chilli jam with homemade plum, fig, peach, quince and pear preserves. Make sure to leave space for the decadent chocolate cake served with a juicy green fig or delicate lemon meringue cheesecake. Dine alfresco under the vine-covered veranda or inside next to the crackling winter fire delighting in decadent fare and breathtaking vistas at Joubert-Tradauw Alfresco Deli.

Karoo Saloon in Barrydale

Karoo Saloon

Barrydale Light Meals restaurant in Barrydale

This local haunt caters for bikers in rustic Karoo surrounds drowned by sweeping sunsets and the rolling roar of magnificent engines. Serving below freezing refreshments and light meals around a roaring fireplace brimming with contented chatter, Karoo Saloon embraces weary travelers for a welcoming pit stop between Montagu and Barrydale off the scenic Route 62.

 

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