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Durban North Buffet restaurant
This vibrant Afro setting invites a welcoming African hospitality infused with tastes from around the globe enrobed in ethic murals and plush seating.
With over 100 dishes from Africa, Middle East and Asia to choose from including a large selection of starters and salads, diners can immerse the palate in global cuisine with tantalising creations of oxtail, samp and beans, stir-fries, Moroccan pitas and traditional Durban curries.
Boasting over 12 different ice creams and array of cold deserts, A2A is a culinary dream garnished with seven island buffet stations including a complimentary bottomless soda fountain to cool off the palate.
This delicious buffet feast embraces a fresh and quality approach to dining with exceptional value for money for the whole family.
Durban Seafood restaurant
Exuding a tropical ambience, African Peninsula Restaurant refreshes the senses with exotic décor and well-presented dishes served over banana leaf dressed tables and crisp white linens.
For starters try plump mussels in cream white wine sauce followed by 220g grilled lamb chops, cooked to perfection in spiced garlic, herbs and chillies or the grilled line fish of the day, succulently cooked in warming spices served on a bed of fragrant rice in lemon garlic butter.
Round off a perfectly satisfying meal with a decadent tipsy malva pudding desert and silky coffee or cooling don pedro.
African Peninsula is located perfectly along the shores of the Indian Ocean for a relaxing languid lunch or romantic shore break dinner under the star lit sky.
George Seafood restaurant
Enjoy tasty food with a difference or light lunches and breakfasts. Alte Feste Restaurant sweeps the palate away with decadent deserts for a little slice of heaven.
From great choice salads to vegetarian meals, Alte Feste caters for the easygoing palate in relaxed informal setting perfect to soothing the day away.
Hermanus Coffee Shop restaurant
Anya’s Mum is tucked away on a narrow street in Hermanus. If not for the brightly coloured building one might not notice it, but once inside you are enveloped by the homely coffee shop style and aroma of freshly baked and prepared foods.
This mother and daughter team have been running for a few years and just seem to add that family feel to their establishment. One of the things they agree on is that they are serious about coffee.
Pop in for a home-made breakfast – hot, hot, hot and extremely fresh – and your daily dose of caffeine. Cut into a fresh quiche for lunch! The menu changes daily and is filled with the spontaneous creations of this duo. They offer occasional dinners and specials are regularly offered, such as pizza night or set menu dishes.
The back garden is a great place to hide from the outside world on a hot day. Truly a lovely setting and atmosphere!
Trading hours are from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday and from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturdays. The establishment only accepts cash payments.
V & A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V & A Waterfront
Baia is the talk of the town when it comes to the finest seafood.
Offering the most delectable seafood dishes created with skill and passion and using the freshest fish and shellfish, diners are treated to a sumptuous feast. Even the meat lovers are taken care of with a mouth-watering selection of meat and poultry dishes.
A large spacious terrace offers a superb al fresco setting with stunning views, a lounge and bar provide a space to relax before or after you meal, or just a place to enjoy a drink or two in a wonderfully vibrant ambience. The decor is understated and perfectly placed with lighting and beautiful colours that create a warm but stylish look as well as mosaic tiles that pay homage to Mediterranean roots.
Howick Coffee Shop restaurant
This small family run coffee chop and deli offers value for money food and a large variety on the menu. Internet access and amazing coffee ensures that this is a hot spot for regulars and tourists alike. Enjoy a filling all-day breakfast, great lunches (even packed school lunches for the kids), and convenient take-aways. Local ingredients, family recipes and farm-style friendliness awaits.
Paarl Coffee Shop restaurant
This fun artsy coffee house is situated in Paarl and serves light snacky meals and delectable aromatic coffee straight from Ethiopia. Being a florist, a gift shop and a quirky bistro and restaurant in one lends it a unique vibe so akin to this part of the world.
Ballito Coffee Shop restaurant
Located inside the trendy village boutique, this coffee shops exudes a warm, welcoming ambiance pampered by sublime chocolate brownies and interesting menu.
Delight in light and healthy meals, teas and aromatic coffees or wind down with a glass of fine wine accompanied by freshly prepared food in a home from home setting.
Browse the fashionable range of casual wear, local art and gifts for an added bit of retail therapy at Café Du Soleil in Ballito.
Polokwane (Pietersburg) Buffet restaurant
Perched on Sterkloop Nursery overlooking idyllic surrounds and an animal farmyard, Café Pavilion ornates secluded dining nooks warmed by rustic wooden flooring and an ostentatious staircase.
Renowned for buffet dining, intimate candlelit dinners and good value for money, Café Pavilion offers elegant teas, lunches and dinners on the deck or within the main/private dining room.
Century City Seafood restaurant
Cape Town Fish Market is a vibrant restaurant, fish bar, teppanyaki, and sushi bar with a stylish yet warm and comforting vibe. The menu offers a large variety of delicious combinations of South African and Japanese dishes. Customers can choose their seafood from the fresh fish market, and all dishes are prepared according to preferred proportion of the customer.
The restaurant also caters for vegetarians and for those who prefer meat and poultry. The kiddies menu offers a range of meals from fish and chips to burgers and chocolate brownies. The drinks menu includes cocktails, white, red and sparkling wine, and non-alcoholic beverages, coffees, and liqueurs.
Mr Delivery service is also available.
District Six Coffee Shop restaurant
Enjoy mouthwatering breakfasts made with the freshest ingredients and pair it with a cup of smouldering aromatic coffee. Lunch is also a treat with dishes like smoked salmon and spinach roulade, Thai green curry phyllo parcels and roasted vegetable frittata. An unusual dish is the Vietnamese rice noodle salad, so be sure to try something new. The restaurant is open for dinner on certain Friday evenings and the menu changes on a weekly basis to ensure that only the freshest quality produce is used.
Knysna African restaurant
Indulge your fantasies and your senses at this sparkling Moroccan-style dining and leisure space. It’s always playtime in this exotic North African baroque eatery.
The décor and cuisine is fun and fanciful from the mosaic chameleon to Gaudi-style lizard lazing off the pool, and colourful cocktails to tagines, dates and Turkish delight...from candelabra to mellow hubbly bubbly pipes.
Need to know? Cuisine style is North African/Moroccan, 6 courses are served feasting style. Cost: Dinner is R300.00 pp excl. drinks and gratuity. Open for dinner Monday to Saturday from November to April.
Groenkloof Coffee Shop restaurant
Located along George Storrar Drive, tucked away in a cosy and small interior, Collectables at Zafferano brims with unspoilt delights and a tantalising selection of dishes.
From gourmet sandwiches, breakfast specialities, high teas to traditional Italian favourites, every mouthful at Collectables will leave you wanting more.
Paarl Mediterranean restaurant
Nestled within the Noble Hill Wine Estate, amidst working vineyards and the majestic Simonsberg Mountain, Cosecha harvests Latin delight using fresh local ingredients.
Dishes embrace a mix of contemporary and traditional Latin flavours and proffers daily specials enjoyed with fine wine and idyllic scenery.
Discover seasonal flavours and farm fresh flavours at Cosecha Restaurant in Paarl.
Sandton Seafood restaurant
The menu inspires innovation, yet remains simple and uncomplicated. Costes Restaurant brings forth culinary traditions of Greek culture.
Enjoy the likes of haloumi with a cranberry crush, baked sweet potato & brinjal salad and whole line fish baked in apple and ouzo.
The décor invites relaxation with natural stone and signature colours, infused with a modern twist and the freshest of ingredients.
Costes Restaurant provides and extra ordinary culinary experience in the busting suburb of Sandton.
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