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Fourways Indian restaurant
The Classic Indian offers delicious North Indian and South Indian cuisine, freshly prepared by a their Executive Chef from India. A large variety of wines are on offer to complement any dish on the menu. Apart from the aromas, spices and just delicious dishes flying out of the kitchen, you will find a warm, bustling yet relaxed atmosphere in true Indian style.
Hout Bay African restaurant
A memorable experience for the whole family inspired by creativity and recreation, the Clay Café is an ideal day out for moms, dads and kiddies.
The large garden allows exploration with kiddies have had enough of painting, and there is to keep kids busy.
Sample some delicious dishes such as the butternut soup, toasted sarmies or moist muffins with an aromatic cup of coffee.
Booking is essential, pop into the clay café for a fun family day in the picturesque suburb of Hout Bay.
South Coast South African restaurant
There are over 237 local Spur steak branches and 28 international ones. Spur offers hearty and satisfying meals with great value for money. The steak ranch is famous for their classic burgers made from AAA-grade beef, served with the crispiest chips and Spur’s own recipe for the tastiest onion rings.
Every branch is lively, vibrant and incredibly family friendly. There is a kiddies menu and a lovely entertainment area for children. The food is generously portioned, extremely tasty and brilliantly priced.
Drakensberg Contemporary restaurant
Nestled in the heart of the Drakensberg, this culinary gem features reduction techniques prepared according to close guarded recipes.
The food brims with flavour and colour, complete with passion and dedication evident with every mouthful.
Serving breakfast, lunch and a grand dinner affair - a seven-course feast for the senses.
Winter warms with roaring log fires, deep wines and hearty flavours, the lingering aroma of freshly baked bread and fresh ingredients from the garden.
Expect the highest local and imported ingredients, sumptuous dishes and nostalgic ambiance for a memorable dining experience.
Muizenberg Vegetarian restaurant
Located in the middle of Palmer Road in Muizenberg, Closer is a purely vegan restaurant and welcome addition to Muizenberg Village. Its fresh and artistic modern interiors speaks of their attitude towards their food, which uses only meat, egg, refined sugar and dairy free ingredients yet bursts with flavour.
Cow’s milk is replaced with oat, soya and rice milk, making Closer’s smoothies all the more delectable. Daily specials are written on a chalkboard, enticing customers in with their organic ingredients and interesting flavour combinations.
Sutherland South African restaurant
Cluster d’Hote serves quality cuisine that is mainly traditional with a hint of the exotic. Karoo-style dishes make their way out the kitchen and specialities include the lamb shank, lamb chops and the beef fillet. The menu changes according to the ingredients available, and the locally sourced produce ensures flavours not easily matched. Treat yourself in Sutherland, viit Cluster d'Hote.
Humewood Grills restaurant
The Coachman on the Bay is an extension of the well-known and loved Coachman Restaurant. The prime location offers fantastic ocean views which adds to the no-rush and casual vibe. With consistent top quality service and food, the establishment is quickly forming a loyal group of patrons. The menu offers grills, seafood and Greek dishes.
Sandton Fine Dining restaurant
The exotic menu pleases with classic dishes that are both balanced and satisfying, catering for meat lovers in French fine dining style.
Signature dishes such as the braised duckling off the bone, with a creamy green peppercorn sauce, flamed in gin and garnished with lychees in melt-in-the-mouth pleasure along with the mango and prawn hors d’ oeuvre dressed in a light curry mayonnaise.
Dine to flickering candlelight in secluded privacy in private nooks and crannies enjoying classic dishes and daily specials at the beautiful Tudor style Coachman’s Inn.
Walmer Country restaurant
Ideally located on popular 6th Avenue, Cobblestone Bakery seduces longing palates with fresh bread baked daily, cappuccinos, breakfasts, healthy lunches and crispy pizzas.
Focusing on traditional methods using old-fashioned grained flours flourished in a labour of love and a selection of heavenly treats.
Dine indoors in the softly balanced and calming ambiance or lounge alfresco on the sheltered porch, beach café style. Sample signature creamy chicken livers, crispy flat bread with salmon and cream cheese, magic bars, coffee and cappuccino.
Cobblestone Bakery exudes a clean, vibrant setting softened by elegant fabrics and decadent fare.
Fourways Continental restaurant
The comprehensive menu offers variety and versatility securing a gastronomic experience brimming with continental and Mediterranean cuisine.
The décor wrapped in serpentine vines oozes exotic and colourful flanked by a jungle bar that invites jiving and live entertainment flowing with exotic and colourful cocktails.
Dinner and dance sets the pace with sexy Latino sounds and a comprehensive menu alongside house specialities.
Wine, beer, cocktails and music round off a perfect evening of dining and dancing in the bustling ambiance of Coco Bongo in Fourways.
Bloemfontein Contemporary restaurant
Coco C conjures sinfully tasty dishes that favour chocolate in all its glory. Every dish hosts a self indulgent array of cocoa, cocoa jus, butter cocoa and chocolate reduction.
Wines are splendidly paired alongside the décor, which embodies the taste sensations of chocolate; rich, velvety and sophisticated.
The menu brims with haute cuisine and Parisian elegance touched with French flair for luxurious and plush dining experience. Sample delights such as pomegranate and mustard roasted loin of pork with a carrot and pear ganache followed by a sinfully rich chocolate cake or white-chocolate soufflé.
Chic chandeliers, crisp linens and shiny silverware heighten the already classic setting for a sensory infusion of taste and décor. Dine amidst the interior laden with beauty and glamour or alfresco on the spectacular deck flanked by a backdrop of Loch Logan Lake, lush gardens and trailing sunsets.
Observatory Coffee Shop restaurant
Cocoa Cha Chi is one branch of the Cocoa group, of which there is only four to maintain top quality and exclusivity. This Observatory coffee shop restaurant has a fantastic courtyard, ideal for spring and summer days. In winter, guests relax in the shop and watch the wind, rain and cold from the warm interior.
The menu covers meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is a wide choice available for drinks. The extensive breakfast menu has an option for anybody’s taste with plates of your basic eggs and bacon, toast with delicious toppings, French toast and croissants, to the hunger-buster Cha Chi Eggs with chorizo, tomato, cheddar with a toasted baguette – vegetarian versions are also available.
The light meals offered are perfect for a break from the office or a lazy afternoon with friends. Choose from toasted sandwiches, salads, wraps, burgers and tremezzinis to pitas and pastas. Then there is always the option to dig into a crisp and topping-filled pizza by yourself or with a friend.
The drinks menu is vast but the iced fruit crushes, smoothies and chillers are delicious and well known for their refreshing tastes. The coffee options are not something to be missed either.
Look out for the value-for-money specials like R25 breakfasts, cheap pizza and pasta days and draught beer Saturdays. Cocoa Cha Chi is open on Mondays to Saturdays, from 7 am to 11 pm, and on Sundays from 8 am to 8 pm.
Hermanus Grills restaurant
Cocos Island Grill and Bar is one of the best restaurants to visit when you want to appreciate the spectacular view Hermanus has to offer. The restaurant overlooks the ocean and distant mountains all the way to Gansbaai. The relaxed and casual atmosphere is enhanced by couch-type seating in certain areas.
The restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, 365 days a year. The service is always of high standard and consistent, making it a popular place to eat out. The cuisine is varied with an island influence and a bit of South Africa sprinkled on top.
The menu covers everything from finger foods to a full a la carte menu. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and so Cocos offers health and traditional options with the possibility to add extra to your dish.
Sit down and have a quick bite with the extensive list of salads, nachos, toasties, burgers and casual meals. A basket of poppers is always a hit. Mains consist of grill options and seafood options. Spoil yourself with a dinner of sticky pineapple chicken, ended with a banana split – while enjoying the different types of cocktails available.
The bar offers their own beer and the whole ambiance changes over the weekend with an upbeat and lively DJ starting off the dance floor on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 pm. Cocos offers exceptional views, comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, great food and a great vibe to enhance every day of the week.
Camps Bay Seafood restaurant
The setting invites warmth, relaxation and a vibey feel that bustles with activity complimented by wonderful sweeping views of the ocean and Lions Head.
Codfather operates with a no menu system allowing waiters to gather your needs, budget and tastes into a simple ‘eat what you desire and can afford’ experience.
The well-positioned sushi bar turns out succulent and tasty morsels of sushi catering for local and international palates.
Large sliding windows invite summer evenings and cracking winter fireplaces soothe chilled bones alongside an extensive wine list and drinks menu.
The Codfather’s reputation extends beyond local shores and is a must try for diners who enjoy the best seafood, sustainably sourced!
Westdene Coffee Shop restaurant
Serving breakfast, light meals and delicious home baked goods, Coffee Barrel is the perfect winter warmer.
Enjoy a roaring winter fire and hearty soups mopped up with crusty bread or dine alfresco in balmy summer months over a lazy breakfast and newspaper or spend some idle time with friends catching up on gossip.
Coffee Barrel caters for every whim and season in Westdene, Bloemfontein.
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