South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 100 - 150 people
- 250+ people
- 80 - 100 people
Zwartkop French restaurant
This restaurant is situated at Aloe Ridge Farm in the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site. The Observatory is a great venue for functions and the resident astronomer will take you on a telescopic tour of the night sky. The a la carte menu offers a wide variety of dishes for all tastes. Booking is essential.
Stellenbosch French restaurant
Café Dijon is a pocket of Paris in the heart of Stellenbosch. Ideally located at the centre of town, this quaint eatery is a gem for food lovers who enjoy true French cuisine. Its indoor café is perfectly Parisian in décor and ambience while being seated outside, under ancient oak trees and umbrellas, allows for a relaxed reflection of passers-by on the street in true European style.
Expect an impressive and authentic French menu. There are classic hors d’ oeuvres and salads such as Pear, Parma ham and Gorgonzola that are designed to please the palate. The main course selection and restaurant specialties are extended to include regional French dishes to the likes of South West of France Cassoulet.
The multi-dimensional menu has an array of asides and desserts and caters well for those who like to round off their eating experience.
The combination of true French style and food makes this bistro style establishment a delight any time of day – breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Bellville Cuban restaurant
This stylish new lounge and restaurant on the popular Edward Street strip in Bellville offers an great quality food in a vibrant and bustling atmosphere.
The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner and the menu definitely does not disappoint on variety. Enjoy one of their amazing pizzas with a beer, a cocktail or wine of your choice. The cuisine is simple yet tasty with Cuban inspired flavours and presentation.
This hot spot frequently hosts live music events, and on some nights, Dj's that will make you want to dance until closing time.
Enjoy an awesome hubbly or a delicate cigar to top off your evening. The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 8 am until am, on Saturdays from 9 am until 4 am and on Sundays from 9 am until 2 am. Whether it is a delicious breakfast, a lazy, wine-paired lunch or a dinner and night on the town you prefer, Cougar Lounge offers it all.
Hermanus Dutch restaurant
Mere meters from the sea shore of Grotto beach in Hermanus is Dutchies, a delightful Dutch eatery. Guests are easily charmed by the select, Dutch inspired menu and the cosy atmosphere that the restaurant presents.
Dutchies abounds with atmosphere and guests love the personal attention of the restaurant owner mingling with visitors. In summer outdoor seats under umbrellas, soaking up the view is a must.
The Hollandse Biefstuk on offer for mains is a clear indication that this is proud to be Dutch establishment. Other menu items include Calamari, a Seafood platter and Chicken kebabs. The dessert menu is just a delight with African Dream which is Amarula ice-cream dipped in chocolate and crowned with a chocolate slab and Blueberry Cheesecake.
The restaurant charges a small fee for corkage.
Hillcrest (Pretoria) Cuban restaurant
This inviting, warm and unique restaurant brim with flavours, tastes and smells that evoke the spirit of Cuba. Great dishes, all infused with traditional Cuban flavours, are on offer. The humidor has a wide range of cigars and whiskies and cognacs from all over the globe. The restaurant can seat a whopping 200 guests and is an excellent spot for private functions.
Franschhoek Dutch restaurant
Pierneef a la Motte Restaurant’s name is inspired by the great South African artist Jacob Hendrik Pierneef (1886 – 1957). Along with being able to view a collection of paintings by the legend in the restaurant, patrons can embark on a reminiscent culinary journey that explores the best of traditional Cape Winelands’ cuisine.
The restaurant setting is very much Cape Dutch with a contemporary spin. The emphasis on oak furnishings along with glass vases marries the beauty of the outdoor scenery perfectly, thereby creating a relaxed and subtly sophisticated ambience.
The menu is nothing short of a history lesson in the development of local traditional cooking. Expect to find the best traditional fare that is unashamedly South African. Menu items include starters of Boerbok terrine or the Koningsbrood soup. Mains serve up Pomegranate glazed Smoked Pork Belly and Impala Neck. And for dessert who can resist the Brandy Chocolate Pudding?
The wine list is extensive and offers a full selection of the farm’s own as well as other overseas brands. One can indulge in a food and wine pairing at the Tasting Centre.
The restaurant also has a children’s menu.
Somerset West French restaurant
Contemporary, classic cuisine complements this beautiful estate’s European-style wines. The Restaurant at Waterkloof boasts a Michelin star chef and a great, vibrant and at the same time relaxed ambience.
The menu is a delight just to look at and dishes like oxtail ravioli with toasted pistachios and cob with chestnut gnocci catches the eye immediately. An open-plan kitchen means that you can virtually see your food being prepared from scratch and adds to the open feel of the building and people. Be sure to try the delicate quail served with bourbon marmelade.
Almost just as important as the food are the wines on offer. Ask for advice to create the perfect pairing with your dish of choice.
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