South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 20 - 40 people
- 150 - 250 people
Lovemore Park Light Meals restaurant
Apron Strings is well-known by the locals for its tea and scones. The restaurant offers breakfasts, lunches and teas. Guests have the choice of sitting outside in the lush garden with swings for the children. Blankets are also available for a more picnic-style experience. The interior has a fireplace for those cold days.
Trading hours are from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm. The restaurant caters for functions.
Cape Town Continental restaurant
Avron is a bustling venue and caters for small to medium size functions. The restaurant can hold 100 people for dinner, birthday functions, and other special occasions. The capacity goes up to 250 for cocktail functions. The restaurant has a contemporary feel and is family friendly. A great selection of sushi is also available. Avron is open for lunch from 10 am until 3 pm and for dinner from 5 pm until 10.30 pm.
Illovo Bistro restaurant
This beautiful little patisserie is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. Real French butter on a freshly baked French baguette, macaroons, a variety of decadent cakes (expecially mentionable is the red velvet), amazing cupcakes, and great light lunches make up the treats here. Eat in or take away your sinful pleasure.
A charming country restaurant experience in the remote, yet easily accessible Tonteldoos. This tasting room offers the opportunity to sample and purchase traditional cheese straight from the farm without having to venture out of town.
Soft white cheeses with garlic and herbs, marinated feta with jalapeño and smoked paprika are some of the new additions to the stable of classics. Other products include great honey, jams and Wensleydale sundried tomatoes.
The Bergen Cheese is set in beautiful garden and are open from Monday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm.
Bergville South African restaurant
Tucked away in Bergville, Northern Drakensberg, with views of beautiful gardens and the swimming pool is a local hotspot brimming with flavour.
The stylish and cosy décor make an ideal setting for relaxing and unwinding, either around the pool or in the lapa.
Dine inside or within the boma feasting on contemporary and African dishes prepared using the finest fresh produce and meticulous attention to detail.
The a la Carte menu offers wood-fired pizzas alongside tempting light lunches with a wide variety of dishes to suit the mood.
Relax and indulge at this social hotspot in Bergville and discover the secret of local food lovers.
V and A Waterfront Cuban restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Buena Visa Social Cafe near Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is a Cuban themed restaurant and bar. Its authentic decor is eclectic, with a touch of shabby chic this combined with Cuban and Latino beats, Cuban inspired menu and great friendly service combined transport visitors to Havana -the Buena Vista Social Cafe a popular destination for Capetonians, as well as international visitors.
The menu has been designed around traditional Cuban, Central American and Caribbean fare, with a heavy Mediterranean influence too. There is a varied tapas menu, with both hot and cold dishes to choose from, including a meze platter, piquant jalapenos chilli poppers, scrumptious chicken skewers and flambéed chorizo. There is also a wide selection of Mexican favourites on the Comidas menu, all with a Cuban twist, such as the Chicken Churasco, which is grilled chicken breast with guacamole and salsa on traditional toasted Cuban flat bread.
The Buena Vista Social Cafe is also famous for this meat and seafood. The beef is SA grain fed super beef, aged for 21 days. The Lamb Al Ron, a house speciality, is delicious slices of roasted lamb flambéed in a creamy, Cuban rum sauce. The sea fare includes Cuban inspired linefish, fresh from off the boats and an indulgent seafood platter. The piece de resistance is the Cuban paella – a traditional rice dish with a generous selection of seafood, including prawns. The dish is packed with flavours and made to an authentic recipe; the paella is a fabulous feast!
Braamfontein Coffee Shop restaurant
This bustling café restaurant is located in the popular Origins Centre and offers food, drinks and great coffee is an elegant and stylish setting. Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed and all dishes contain only the freshest ingredients available. Great service and excellent quality is the order of the day.
V and A Waterfront Italian restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Caffe San Marco’s relaxed atmosphere, great views and Italian influence, as well its sidewalk location in the V & A Waterfront means patrons can sit back, sip on a gourmet cup of coffee and people watch. A truly Italian experience, Caffe San Marco offers patrons an authentic slice of that la vita e bella, or the beautiful life. Nestled in the bustling Waterfront, looking out over the harbour where the seals frolic and water traffic goes to and fro, Caffe San Marco’s menu is made up of a selection of delicious fare to satisfy and delight.
Whether its breakfast, lunch, dinner, a light snack or a cup of the best coffee, Caffe San Marco has something to offer. Real Italian food, made the traditional way, each meal is freshly prepared and made to order. The beef carpaccio is one of the house specialities cut from the finest fillet, garnished with the finest salina capers. There are a range of pastas and salads made with authentic Italian ingredients. There is an extensive breakfast menu, served until 12pm, as well as a selection of gourmet sandwiches.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Caffe San Marco offers an the best views, the finest coffees and fabulous food, while being the perfect place to watch the world go by.
Muldersdrift African restaurant
This unique African restaurant boasts a circular open fire with Masaai spears that holds a variety of 15 different types of meat, gently roasting away as you enjoy a memorable evening out with family and friends. Meats include game varieties such as crocodile, zebra, giraffe, impala, ostrich, and many more. Six assorted salads and six sauces complement your meal. 'Pap and sauce' and baked potatoes are also offered.
Emmarentia Coffee Shop restaurant
This quaint coffee shop and bistro offers value-for-money meals. Great breakfasts, light meals and especially their freshly baked breads all form part of a well thought out menu. The restaurant regularly hosts baking lessons and events, so watch out for those. Wi-Fi is available throughout. They also provide catering and the venue is available for private functions.
Hout Bay Mexican restaurant
Delight your taste buds with wholesome hearty food in a relaxed intimate setting distinctly Mexican. The colourful lighting and authentic memorabilia blended with funky tunes transports you to the lively back streets of Mexico.
Aromatic spices dressed with vivid colours and flavours tantalise your taste buds with an abundance of margarita and tequila to put out the flames for those brave enough to sample the chilli on tap.
Seating just 22 patrons inside - this hip and happening tequila shrine offers great value for money and starter portions large enough to pass around the table.
On balmy summer days, laze around beneath the old El Dinal by the river while satisfying your palette with tacos, burritos, enchiladas and temptingly delicious frozen margaritas.
Calvinia South African restaurant
Die Blou Nartjie serves traditional cuisine with a modern flair. The menu is large and offers great grills, seafood and even a wide range of vegetarian dishes. Die Blou Nartjie is fully licensed and can seat up to 30 people. A must-try dish is the Hantam lamb, and the steaks are always well matured. A good wine list is available.
Pearly Beach Bistro restaurant
Die Rooibier is next to the café in Pearly Beach. It has been running for a long time and a well-known establishment in Pearly Beach. Die Rooibier is a come-as-you-are kind of place and everybody you meet here will greet you with a smile. If you are looking to speak to some locals for some fishing advice, this is your pit stop.
The menu is pub style with some good seafood dishes available – well, it is Pearly Beach. The food is freshly prepared and the milkshakes made from real ice cream. If you are looking for something a little stronger, then do not fret. The bar is fully stocked and everyone knows how to have a good time in this little town.
Specials are often found written on the blackboard outside and always great value for money! If you are looking for information, a snack and a drink, or a full meal and refreshment, this is where you will find it in Pearly Beach.
Please call for further information.
Wednesday to Monday, from 10 am until late;
Tuesday from 12 pm until 5 pm.
Velddrif Seafood restaurant
Die Vishuis Restaurant is situated on the bank of the Berg River, in the West Coast town of Velddrif. This restaurant was once a real 'vishuis' where the fisherman used to salt the harders in big tanks. What remains of those days are the sea shells in the original sand walls, portions of which have been uncovered.
This quirky little national monument has been kept appealingly genuine, complete with open beams and a long stoep where you can eat seafood as well as other scrumptious dishes and enjoy the flamingos, pelicans and herons because this is a major wetland area.
A restaurant called Die Vishuis must of course have a scrumptious fish and seafood menu but this is not all that is served, Herman who has 31 years experience in the hospitality trade has put his wide experience to good use, creating seasonal and interesting West Coast dishes.
You will be made welcome as you arrive at the door. After being shown to your table your friendly waiter will help you select your meal from the menu and if needed will call Herman for any further assistance if required.
Being a small intimate restaurant we are able to create personal service for your enjoyment and relaxation throughout your meal. Guests are welcome to bring own Wine and Beer along - no corkage charged, as we are not licensed yet.
Table View Contemporary restaurant
On the beachfront, Doodles is landmark in the Table View area. Open for nearly twenty years, it affords patrons some of the best views in Cape Town – Table Mountain, the city, the fabulous new FIFA 2010 world cup soccer stadium, Robben Island and the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Its relaxed, beach bar vibe and history make it a favourite for locals.
The outside deck is the perfect place to chill, whatever the weather. On those perfect balmy Cape Town days sit under the warm African sun and feast on seafood or a selection from the grill. Alternatively, on those blustery days, when the outside deck is protected by the awnings diners can watch the wild sea while feasting on a variety of the fabulous fare on offer.
With a varied menu, including breakfast, fresh seafood, gourmet grill items and pizzas, there is something for everyone at Doodles. There is live music on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, making Doodles a lively place to enjoy a fabulous meal, while taking in the wonders of Cape Town.
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