South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
South Africa based on 2 Reviews 4.5
- 100 - 150 people
- Coffee Shop
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.
Century City Portuguese restaurant
This beautifully decorated restaurant captures the heart of the Portuguese culture and tradition. As you walk in you feel right at home in the midst of earthy tones, solid wooden tables and finishes that reminds of the open-hearted, adventurous spirit of the Portuguese people.
The food provides quality and comfort and range from the popular Espatadas to mouth-watering seafood dishes. The bustling, vibey atmosphere just adds to a wonderful dining experience.
Braza is open seven days a week from 11:30 am until late and is an absolute must-try.
Woodmead Grills restaurant
Meat meat and meat is what Butcher Block is all about. Only triple A cut beef is served and perfectly prepared to diners tastes. Fish, chicken and vegetarian options are also offered. Starters like the three-sauce calamari and the potato skins with bacon, peppers, cheddar, mushrooms and onions are indulgences that are must-tries.
Camps Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Café Caprice has become a landmark destination on the famous Camps Bay stretch in Cape Town. Café Caprice is loved for its delicious food, from early morning eggs Benedict to legendary homemade burgers, cheese nachos and fresh summer salads, to unique cocktails and breathtaking sunsets.
Café Caprice is a way of life to its patrons and friends, capturing the imaginations of many with its signature events, from glamorous horse racing days, cutting-edge beach fashion shows and exclusive villa parties.
Come experience our 2-for-1 Burger Special; it runs from 1 May 2012 until the end of winter 2012; Moday to Thursday, from 12 pm to 10 pm.
The average main course is R80 and corkage is charged at R50.
A must visit for both locals and foreigners, every day of the year.
Hatfield Portuguese restaurant
This authentic Portuguese restaurant brings home the flavours, charm and hospitality of the old school seafaring days of this culture. The interior and vibe creates an atmosphere brimming with friendliness and homeliness. The passion that is put into every dish is clearly visible and the enthusiasm of the owners and staff inspiring.
The menu is large and contains something for everybody. Traditional Portuguese favourites like Peri Peri Chicken Livers and Moelas, beef fillet cubes in Prego Sauce can be enjoyed. For the diner that isn't squeamish, there is the Figado de Galinha, translate chicken giblets. Clean ox-tripe in a light curry with white beans and chouriço is another adventurous option. The more conservative palate can try the coconut lamb curry or the delectable prawns.
The Catemba Seafood Platter is perfect for sharing over a bottle or four of wine and contains six lipsmacking lemon butter prawns, four butter garlic mussels, 150 g calamari, two Portuguese sardines and one hake fillet. The 300g Portuguese fillet steak and egg topped with authentic prego sauce is not for the faint-hearted.
This restaurant delivers in quality and quantity and here you can have a feast without breaking the bank.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Mugg & Bean prides itself on being an 'office away from the office' with a homely feel and extremely generous portions.
The big breakfasts ensure a great start to any day and items range from traditional egg and bacon breakfasts to filled croissants and scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and cream cheese on a bed of rocket. Try the refreshing and original 'morning mugs' with layers of yogurt and honey and nuts or strawberry and blueberry compote.
For lunch or dinner, or just an in-between meal, diners can enjoy wraps, great café sandwiches and a variety of salads. The gourmet burgers will definitely satisfy the appetite. Be sure to try the deluxe double chicken burger with bacon, brie and cranberry sauce or the more traditional dagwood with a layered burger patty, back bacon, egg, hickory ham and cheddar cheese.
Other favourites on the menu include lamb chops grilled to perfection and hearty lasagne.
End your meal with a velvety Belgian waffle or a large slice of their famous chocolate cake.
This restaurant serves their famous bottomless coffee all day long, so grab your cup and keep refilling with the delicious house blend or a more intense Mocca Java.
Worcester Mediterranean restaurant
With the Hex River Mountains as its backdrop and an olive plantation that surrounds the restaurant, Olivenbosch Restaurant, located in Worcester offers guests a dining experience with a splendid view and real Boland hospitality.
Visitors can take advantage of the beauty of the natural surroundings by choosing to be seated on the outdoor deck in summer. Rainy winters, with a snow capped mountain in the distance, will however demand a table closer to the fireplace and glass of wine from local selection on offer.
The a la carte menu is mainly Mediterranean with menu items that satisfies tastes all round.
The restaurant is very much family orientated, with a kids’ room to occupy the little ones. Guests can also enjoy the social aspect of the eatery that caters for sport fans and those that love karaoke.
Don’t miss the Sunday buffet.
Stellenbosch Mediterranean restaurant
Olivetti is a popular restaurant, wedding and function venue set in the midst of the waterways, vineyards and green hills of Stellenbosch. This stunning restaurant serves Italian, French and traditional South African cuisine in a casual yet stylish atmosphere. The menu focusses on Mediterranean dishes with a real Cape flair and the wine list is extensive and complements every meal.
East Rand Portuguese restaurant
Great Portuguese restaurant offering delicious, traditional favourites like peri peri chicken and Trinchado. Great seafood dishes are on offer and these include paella and delectable oysters. The venue is fully licensed and can host private functions.
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