Port Elizabeth Restaurants Port Elizabeth Overview
Port Elizabeth based on 2 Reviews 4.5
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 Grills restaurant
Tabu is one word, sublime! From the finest produce sourced to create delectable dishes, to the exquisite wine menu to pair, this restaurant is a fine choice when dining out. The restaurant leads onto the cocktail bar with a stunning view of Port Elizabeth and the sparkling pool. The contemporary food encompasses grill meals and the rustic pizza oven spits out the crispiest pizzas. This is a warm and welcoming establishment for couples and families alike.
Breakfast: 06h30 - 10h30;
Lunch: 12h30 - 14h30;
Dinner: 18h30 - 22h30.
Walmer Heights Pub Meals restaurant
Tarantino’s is a ‘restobar’ with reasonably priced meals and beers on tap. Dine indoors or out on the sunny deck during the warm months of summer. Order anything from juicy burgers, homemade pot pies, curries or pizzas. Patrons can catch the game on the TV or watch some live entertainment. This is a casual and vibey restaurant and bar. Tarantino’s is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week.
Summerstrand Buffet restaurant
Embracing traditional décor enhanced by white rattan chairs and large murals on the wall, The Bayside Pantry invites casual buffet dining.
Extensive choices offer salads, seafood, buffet breakfasts, Sunday buffets and a la carte breakfasts.
Enjoy a feast for the senses at The Bayside Pantry in Summerstrand where buffet dining transports the palate to another dimension.
Summerstrand Contemporary restaurant
Exuding a café style ambiance and great family meals, Bluewater Café tempts the palate with breakfasts, light meals, salads, pastas, seafood, steaks and deserts.
Enjoy smoked salmon and chives scrambled eggs for breakfast. Starters wet the appetite with camembert prawns followed by hearty mains of either Mediterranean penne or grilled sirloin steak 300gr concluded by caramel pancakes.
Whether dining in the balmy summer sun or soaking up the romantic evening setting, The Bluewater Café embraces flavourful cuisine and well paired wines for a perfect dining experience.
Port Elizabeth South African restaurant
Large tables lie scattered under shady spots lingering an African theme with choice of dining in several settings.
Welcoming bonfires enchanted by fairy lights seduce the senses wrapped in lush vegetation and gourmet cuisine.
The Boma invites a welcoming retreat and delicious meals at this safari style restaurant.
Newton Park Pub Meals restaurant
Boasting scrumptious cuisine spilling off the extensive menu, diners enjoy traditional English fare in a relaxed and vibrant setting.
Dine indoors wrapped in dark wood panelling, low lighting and historic artefacts or outdoors in the wooden booths or social tables and benches.
Serving beer on tap and one of the fines collections of draft beer in the Eastern Cape diners enjoy signatures dishes such as eisbein and ribs with a refreshing pint.
Relax and slow down the senses at The Brewmaster for traditional English fare and ambiance.
South End Grills restaurant
I love going down here as the food is so tasty, being prepared by Jonathan the chef and his staff. I find the waiters and waitresses very helpful and friendly. They have a nice menu with steaks, seafood and pizzas on offer. Do yourself a favour and include a visit to this restaurant. There is a check point going into the harbour but just tell them you are going to the Chart Room and they'll let you through.
Mill Park Grills restaurant
The Coachman Restaurant is within a historical monument in Port Elizabeth. The family style service attracts families with its homely atmosphere. The menu offers perfect steaks in a secret marinade, Greek dishes and fall-apart fish dishes. Only top quality service and meals are given to its patrons. As they state themselves “For a meal you will leave home for!”
Lorraine Light Meals restaurant
Coffee Society in Lorraine, Port Elizabeth is a great social hangout. Start your day with a filling breakfast while reading paper until your friends arrive and then bring out the board games until it’s time for lunch. The meals are of excellent quality and well-known by the locals. Look out for the regular specials. The restaurant has wheelchair access.
Monday to Thursday – 7 am to 11 pm;
Friday to Saturday – 8 am to 12 am.
Newton Park Coffee Shop restaurant
Coffee Society is a family run business with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Patrons tend to pop in for a yummy breakfast and only leave hours later. The social atmosphere and abundance of board games has churned an increasing amount of loyal customers. Enjoy a good cup of coffee with a well-prepared light meal. In the evening this coffee shop is transformed into a cosy and intimate nook.
Monday to Thursday – 7 am to 11 pm;
Friday to Saturday – 8 am to 12 am.
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.
Central Grills restaurant
The Grill at The Grand Hotel is a lively and friendly restaurant in Central Port Elizabeth. The Grill has continuous specials that are worthy of the name. Live entertainment is often offered and guests can choose sit inside or outside. The interior is sunny and the patio features wooden benches and umbrellas. The menu offers starters, burgers, charcoal grills, chicken and fish, pub lunches and specialities.
Lorraine Coffee Shop restaurant
The Grove is a quaint coffee and tea shop with outdoor seating and a lovely children’s play area. Light meals and sweet treats are offered on their small menu. The Grove Tea and Coffee Garden caters for functions and an excellent place to catch up with an old friend. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday.
Port Elizabeth International restaurant
Boasting generous portions and views that install an easygoing atmosphere, The Island Grill and Bar dishes hearty cuisine straight from the sea into your plate.
Wine and dine on seafood and meaty cuisine flanked by scenic dunes and dense fynbos on dishes designed for every budget.
Try the calamari or serious steaks, venison and poultry. The ribs sing a tender chorus drenched in a secret basting sauce.
Deck baskets proffer perfect daytime dining with the menu boasting combinations of both seafood and grill, including hamburgers and snack-baskets.
Compliment the meal with a great selection of the finest wines and abundant food selection.
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