Port Elizabeth South African restaurant
Warmed by caramel rich floors and ornate chandeliers, Ripple Hill Hotel nestles on the brim of Baviaanskloof Reserve.
Built in 1946, this hotel is reminiscent of a bygone era complimented by warm ambiance and good friendly service.
The extensive menu boasts best AAA grade matured beef, pizzas and salads to burgers, toasted sandwiches, fish and chicken dishes, with an occasional treat of fresh fish caught off the coast.
For starters, try the crab sticks, crumbed and deep-fried served with tartar sauce and for light meals the fish special, 150g hake fillet, topped with creamy mushroom sauce and cheddar cheese, wood oven baked served with chips.
Mains tempts the palate with chicken cordon bleu, stuffed with ham, cheese and mushrooms, coated in breadcrumbs, deep-fried and smothered in a creamy sauce served with vegetables and chips.
Steeped in history and delicious cuisine, Ripple Hotel provides a cosy setting indoors or on the stoep perfect for languid dining.
Theescombe Fine Dining restaurant
This home away from home setting exudes warm décor lifted by dark wood, old paintings and chic chandeliers, balanced with a mix of wood and leather, cleverly mismatched country style.
Enjoy everyday breakfasts and lunches made with the highest quality food and ingredients including homegrown vegetables and personal butchery.
Friday evening menu contains a feast of dishes that includes slow-roasted lamb shank, matured beef steaks, veal dishes, sushi, pastas and seafood.
Sue-Anne’s Food brings together Ouma’s traditional cooking techniques and international trends for a fine dining emporium experience.
Summerstrand South African restaurant
Boasting stylish cuisine in an airy modern dining room, The Crest invites romantic diners to experience the great breakfasts, languid lunches, and delectable dinners.
Start the morning with a continental buffet brimming with fresh fruits, yoghurts, cereals, pastries from The Baker's Basket and cold meats and cheeses. The lunch and dinner menus contain mouth-watering seafood, fresh salads and choices of carvery meats, followed by delectable deserts.
Restaurants near Port Elizabeth and surrounds
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Kirkwood Steakhouse restaurant
Kirkwood(23.7 km from Port Elizabeth and surrounds)
Chameleon Coffee Shop and Restaurant pleases hungry palates with full-bodied breakfasts and delicious Sunday meals.
Open daily this steakhouse and coffee shop offers warm hospitality and quality food along the picturesque Garden Route.
Chameleon is well-known restaurant in Kirkwood. Its a place which offers hospitality from the heart, and is known for the quality food. Chameleon offers a full breakfast menu, lunches and dinner.
It's the place for breakfast runs, small weddings and more. Chameleon caters for small functions like baby showers and birthday celebrations.
Addo Fine Dining restaurant
Addo(37.7 km from Port Elizabeth and surrounds)
Addo Restaurant has a unique view of the water and its inhabitant bird life. The view and fine dining experience is not to be missed when in Addo. The chef creates true South African flavours and herbs and vegetables are picked from their own garden. All ingredients are sourced locally and the wine list complements it all; awarded by the Diners Club.
Jeffreys Bay Light Meals restaurant
Jeffreys Bay(42.3 km from Port Elizabeth and surrounds)
Crossways Country Kitchen is located between Port Elizabeth and Jeffrey’s Bay on a beautiful piece of land. The restaurant serves country-style food with homemade condiments. Some of the produce used to prepare the delicious and wholesome meals comes straight from the farm. The leaves, vegetables and herbs are grown on the farm and can be purchased at the farm stall. The restaurant is environmentally friendly and leftovers either go to the farm chickens or organic garden. This is a warm and friendly establishment.
Trading tomes are from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 3 pm.