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
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Sydenham Portuguese restaurant
Sydenham(4.6 km from Port Elizabeth)
Cubata is a Portuguese restaurant that quickly became a local favourite in Port Elizabeth. The atmosphere is family friendly as it is family owned, and the décor is rustic and casual. The dishes on the small menu are all popular but the prawns and ribs take the lead. Whole parties end up sharing in the finger-licking food. The restaurant is unlicensed and so you are welcome to bring your own wine. Sodas are ordered on an honesty system.
Trading times are from Monday to Saturday:
Lunch: 12 pm to 3 pm;
Dinner: 5 pm to 10 pm.
Sunridge Park Coffee Shop restaurant
Sunridge Park(5.6 km from Port Elizabeth)
Café Capellini is an upmarket coffee shop that has great food and quick service. If you are in a hurry or need to rest your feet, Café Capellini is a spot where you know you will get quality food and service with a smile. The menu offers light meals and tasty hot drinks, or cold drinks.
Mill Park Mediterranean restaurant
Mill Park(6.2 km from Port Elizabeth)
99 on Cape was originally a family home in the 1900s and converted into a ‘rest stop’ on one of the main roads in Port Elizabeth. Now a well-known establishment, this restaurant offers Mediterranean influenced cuisine such as Portuguese fillet and Moroccan lamb dishes. The venue is open for function hire. Just off 99 on Cape is the Little Zorba offering only Greek cuisine.
Tuesday to Friday – 10 am to 3 pm; 5:30 pm to 10 pm;
Saturday – 5:30 pm to 10 pm.
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