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Yzerfontein South African restaurant
Located on Grootwater Farm, !Khwa ttu Restaurant entices with lighty, hearty and creative dishes picked fresh from the garden and baked fresh from the oven.
Housed in a 40 seater restored original farmhouse, perched on the hills, diners enjoy dining with a view and cooling tea garden complimented by famous vineyard wines.
The menu focuses on fresh products, homemade breads and decadent cakes. Weekends beacon 3-course meals and imaginative deserts.
Enjoy culinary creations from resident Swiss chef and a menu filled with hearty creativity at !Khwa ttu Restaurant in Darling.
Grahamstown South African restaurant
Enjoy delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners in intimate surrounds or alfresco in the private courtyard.
This home away from home lingers with the aroma of freshly baked bread and old world charm. Enjoy freshly baked scones and cakes baked daily at 137 High Street in Grahamstown.
Hatfield South African restaurant
Exuding a designer ambiance and electric collection of works from young designers and photographers, 27th Café is a trendy hotspot on South Street.
The menu proffers light meals in a relaxed setting, with great cappucinos and delicious Turkish Strawberry smoothies.
Try the gorgonzola and pear croissant or dig into the chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and olive version, for heartier appetites try the three mini burgers in ham, cheese and a plain burger.
The low prices make this place very attractive, considering the trendy ambiance and additional gallery.
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Housed in a 115 year historic house, in the historical precinct of Modderfontein, this heart warming country retreat invites cosy family get-togethers, intimate dinners and languid lunches.
Dine alfresco soaking up the lush park like gardens or appreciate the beauty of nature shaded by an old oak tree. Benches and umbrellas welcome relaxed outdoor lunches.
The dining room is perfect for old fashioned intimacy as is the enclosed veranda for those who enjoy a little more privacy.
Ideal for families, lovers and friends, dining at 33 High Street creates a memorable experience.
Summerstrand South African restaurant
Casual and laidback, 34 Degrees South has latitude. Start with a platter of freshly shucked wild coastal oysters still tasting of salt and sea. Tuck into calamari and mussels done in many ways – in vinaigrette, masala, with peri-peri or with wine and garlic. The herring comes six ways, the fish pates four and the mezze too many ways to mention.
Traditional Greek, Spanish and Portuguese themes run through an eclectic menu that highlights Mediterranean flavours – with chicken, ostrich and vegetarian options for diners averse to seafood.
With tastebuds still tingling from oysters and bubbly, the mains are sure to tantalise.
Signature dishes tempt with fresh line fish brought in through the Knysna Heads, east-coast sole, linefish espetada, Portuguese sardines, jambalaya and seafood paella.
Mpumalanga South African restaurant
The atmosphere exudes peacefulness flanked by dramatic cliffs and trickling streams. Savour a memorable 4-course dinner or hearty breakfasts to kick start the day. Lunches revitalise with light and fulfilling selections.
This family owned restaurant prides itself on personalised service and is renowned as one of the fine dining experiences in Waterval.
Enjoy a meal in intimate surrounds or alfresco in the tea garden. If a languid lunch calls for some sporting time, then bask in the sports pub filling up on pub grub.
5 Owls Restaurant welcomes families and invites relaxation in beautiful surrounds at BergWater Lodge, Waterval.
Glenwood Portuguese restaurant
Situated in the Glenwood shopping centre with an interior dressed in orange and pink shaded in soft palates on the wall, A Cabana serves authentic Portuguese cuisine.
Some of the favourite starters include the traditional grilled portuguese sardines with coarse salt, served with a touch of olive oil and vinegar or chickenl with garlic, wine and peri-peri sauce.
For mains, try the prawns a cabana - 12 succulent prawns with garlic and lemon butter or the cabana steak, served with garlic, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions and green pepper sauce.
For more exotic dishes try the bacalhau or the prawn rissoles rounded off by Portuguese pasteis de nata for a popular dessert with a twist - Portuguese kisses.
With warm hospitality and traditional fare, diners can sit back and enjoy the authentic ambience alongside fresh grills and seafood served the Portuguese way.
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Realistic prices and classic cuisine ensure elected dishes fair well with local palates alongside entry level wines and starters great chorizo, tripe with beans, succulent chicken livers and milho frito.
Main satisfies with well rounded grills such as chicken, tender calamari, voluptuous prawns and crayfish.
Join this local haunt and discover why this classic eatery has stood the test of time.
Rosettenville Portuguese restaurant
An unpretentious family-run restaurant serving superb Portuguese cuisine, A Churrasqueira boasts an exciting menu with a wide selection of choices.
An impressive wine list enhances the experience, with a brilliant selection of both South African and Portuguese wines.
The interior is simple and warm, the service excellent and the prices reasonable. All in all, a wonderful place to dine in comfort.
Johannesburg and surrounds Portuguese restaurant
Johannesburg and surrounds
This superb Portuguese restaurant has been running for more than ten years and it’s easy to see why. Offering not only traditional Portuguese dishes, but also more unusual Mozambican cuisine, this friendly restaurant provides a memorable dining experience.
Although there is no actual wine list, there is a decent selection of popular South African and Portuguese wines to choose from in a well-placed corner cabinet.
The cosy, unpretentious ambience is further enhanced by Mozambican hut murals on the walls. Unique and welcoming, A Palhota provides a truly relaxed dining experience with great food, great service and a great atmosphere.
Vanderbijlpark Portuguese restaurant
This vibey Protuguese restaurant is perfect for families and the fenced property ensures that kids are always safe. The menu is large and contains Portuguese favourites like grilled codfish, Chourico sausage, trinchado, espatadas, and even a slow-roasted lamb stew. There is a special smoking section that caters for functions of up to 100 people.
Brakpan South African restaurant
This upmarket pub and grill in the Tsakane Township just a five-minute drive from Carnival City has a recipe consisting of food, drink, music and a bustling vibe. Great for events, meetings or presentations that will be fully catered for. A varied menu is available and the food is wholesome and hearty. The service is top notch and after dinner, why not meet up in the gentleman's pub on the premises. For a real, authentic South African experience, visit Afro Square.
Nottingham Road South African restaurant
This simple little coffee shop lures the palate with the delicious aroma of freshly baked delight and hearty country cooking.
Set in a beautiful location, Aladdin’s de Light entices shopping and eating in one swoop with offerings of arts and crafts and delicious meals.
Browse the local stores before settling down for a relaxing meal at Aladdin’s de Light in Midlands Meander.
Albertinia South African restaurant
The well-stocked wine cellar generously compliments the dining experience, as does the lingering aroma of freshly baked bread and spreading reputation of pickled fish.
Albertinia Hotel offers delicious traditional food served plentiful for a soothing experience of true comfort food.
Enjoy lazy pub lunches or refreshing light meals in the shady tea garden, however you choose to dine, Albertinia Hotel will comfort the palate with nostalgic African cuisine and welcoming smiles.
Cape Town Portuguese restaurant
This delightful Portuguese restaurant serves up traditional Portuguese favourites with a twist. Try the toasted Portuguese bread with liver pate or the beef or chicken prego rolls - a must for the spice lover. The melt-in-your-mouth rump steak in white wine and cream is a must-try. Other dishes include trinchado, peri peri chicken, espetada and mouthwatering prawns - Portuguese style. A good range of desserts are also available.
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