South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 80 - 100 people
South Africa Mediterranean restaurant
This is THE restaurant for real foodies. Olives & Plates takes food seriously, and at the same time makes it fun and unpretentious, with a touch of pizzazz.
Start your day with a wholesome, filling breakfast. The menu is varied, but especially mentionable is the egg, avo, caramelized onion and sun dried tomato wrap; the smoked salmon, toasted English muffin, poached eggs, spinach and hollandaise sauce and the cinnamon and raisin brioche served with mixed berries and mascarpone.
A variety of imaginative salads are also available and include the delicious halloumi, spinach, dates and avo salad. Steaks, burgers, wraps and gourmet sarmies with tons of fillings and toppings have earned their place on the menu as well.
A house speciality is Nonna's Meat Balls, slow cooked in a chunky tomato sauce topped with fresh basil and parmesan shavings.
Homemade cakes and decadent desserts add a wicked touch to your meal and thee are best accompanied by a glass of bubbly.
Sit back, relax and enjoy cuisine that is made from the heart.
Saldanha Seafood restaurant
Mussel Cracker is situated in Saldahna opposite the harbour. The restaurant is famous for its mouthwatering West Coast mussels, and offers traditional South African cuisine and fresh seafood.
Guests can choose from a wide range of well-priced wines while enjoying the breathtaking view of the twinkling harbour lights over the ocean. The scrumptious dessert menu is sure to satisfy those with a sweet tooth.
Stellenbosch Mediterranean restaurant
Wijnhuis is more than just a Stellenbosch eatery, it’s an experience. True to its name, this ‘home of wine’ houses a selection of four hundred wines and, if the cultivar culture isn’t enough to soak up, the restaurant is adjoined to the well known SMAC Art Gallery. Wine, food and art roofed under a 17th century land mark on Church Street makes for a memorable eating out experience.
The predominantly Mediterranean menu is not limited to dinner and the restaurant offers meals throughout the day including lighter meals and snacks. Choose to be seated under the oak trees of the Wijnhius’ Street Cafe at lunch or in the upstairs restaurant when part larger crowd. Families with children will also feel at home in the restaurant’s versatile setting and easy going atmosphere.
Favourites on the menu include pastas, Kalahari Lamb and venison. A nice touch to the menu is that all Wijnhuis’ seasonal vegetable produce which is grown on the restaurant owner’s farm in Wellington.
The wine lounge and shop stocks a range of rare vintage wines and offers an international freighting service for serious collectors – pure indulgence all round for the food and wine lover.
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