South Africa Dutch Restaurants South Africa Overview
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Irene Turkish restaurant
More than just a place to have a great meal, A’la Turka incorporates art, music and culture into the mix, offering a truly memorable and enjoyable dining experience.
Enjoy delectable, exotic Turkish cuisine as you travel deep into the heart of the land. Choose from an exciting menu of freshly-prepared dishes while you listen to music and take in the wonderfully appointed decor.
Strategic lighting creates a relaxing ambience and showcases the antiques and art adorning the hand-painted walls. Be entertained by talented belly dancers as you feast.
A dining experience like no other, A’la Turka is an intriguing place to while away some time.
Green Point Turkish restaurant
Experience the best cuisine that Turkey has to offer at Anatoli. Be greeted warmly by attentive staff and seated in an intriguing Victorian warehouse, built in 1904.
Freshly baked flat breads accompany traditional meze, presented in equally traditional oversized trays. The knowledgeable waiters will enthusiastically take diners through all of the meze available. There is something to suit every palate at Anatoli due to the variety that characterises Turkish cuisine.
Experience a memorable culinary journey through Turkey care of Anatoli at Green Point.
Cape Town Dutch restaurant
Café Dutch is a modern bistro café offering traditional and modern Dutch delights.
Located in Wynberg in a converted Victorian building boasting an upmarket feel dressed in stark white tables and chairs set against warm charcoal walls.
The menu encourages lingering sampling homemade crumbed organic beef kroketten served on rye bread and winter rich pea soup with smoked sausage.
Then there is the tasty nasi goreng with Indonesian chilli and spices, chicken satay, homemade peanut sauce and prawn crackers.
Diners can enjoy non-traditional highlights, such as wild mushroom tart with rocket and Parmesan shavings, or salmon fishcakes with dill mustard sauce rounded off by a simply sinful bittersweet dark chocolate dessert with orange curd, served in a coffee cup.
Muizenberg Vegetarian restaurant
Located in the middle of Palmer Road in Muizenberg, Closer is a purely vegan restaurant and welcome addition to Muizenberg Village. Its fresh and artistic modern interiors speaks of their attitude towards their food, which uses only meat, egg, refined sugar and dairy free ingredients yet bursts with flavour.
Cow’s milk is replaced with oat, soya and rice milk, making Closer’s smoothies all the more delectable. Daily specials are written on a chalkboard, enticing customers in with their organic ingredients and interesting flavour combinations.
Glenwood Organic restaurant
Banished plastics, water served in distinctive glass bottles, linen serviettes, worm farms and the best local organic ingredients farmed locally, organically.
The menu is short, seasonal and simple yet layered with taste and presentation. Unforgettable sumptuous organic breakfasts, fresh hearty soups, crispy sexy salads and decadent sandwiches spill off the menu.
There are plenty vegetarian options and homemade deserts that seduce your palate. Dine al fresco in the enclosed courtyard after browsing the funky clothing store nearby.
With a fresh menu prepared every few week according to seasonal produce and the feel good factor of reduced carbon footprint, Corner Café embraces the new eco dining trend with style and taste.
Observatory Turkish restaurant
Boasting over 40 different crepes, the menu entices and tempts with chocolate chilli, apple cinnamon and cream and savoury crepes filled with fresh ingredients.
Although sparsely decorated, Crespella does not entertain through décor, but pampers through tantalizing crepes as discovered and indulged by guests who have adorned the walls with their gastronomic comments.
Visit Crespella in Lower Main Road, Observatory for some delicious indulgent crepes – a must try visit at least once.
Kenilworth Organic restaurant
A new take on pizza making, Da Vinci’s tempts the palate with melt-in-the-mouth creations using the freshest organic ingredients where possible with plenty of vegetarian and wheat free options.
Loaded with healthy toppings and immune boosting prebiotics, this pizza gem caters for a new generation of pizza lovers looking for clean fun and carefree dining with a healthy twist.
Upon entering this cosy and much-loved eatery, the decor inspires images of a film set. Tiny and comfy with a casual feel and family friendly attitude. A quaint and social hotspot that remains unpretentious and true to nature of good food and company.
Visiting Da Vinci’s is sure to put a youthful skip in your step and if anything, be sure to sample the Green Pizza – listed as no 97 on 100 things to do before you die.
Franschhoek Dutch restaurant
The Dutch East Restaurant finds its home in the historic French Hugenot settlement town of Franschhoek in the Western Cape. Easily one of the most picturesque towns in South Africa, Franschhoek has also earned the reputation of being the culinary capital of the country. The Dutch East, with its fusion of traditional Dutch and eastern influence offerings, stands out as a unique eatery in a predominantly French cuisine environment.
The restaurant is relaxed and upmarket. The earthy interior manages to achieve a clean, minimalist simplicity in its décor that is stylish and inviting. High A-frame ceilings, red bricked walls and chandeliers set the mood.
The menu aims to present food that is both appetizing to the taste buds and appealing on the eye. With the restaurant philosophy of maintaining and complimenting the true flavour of the main ingredient of the dish by preparing it fresh and simply, Dutch East certainly plates up dishes that are a flavoursome feast for the senses.
Menu options include the likes of Seared Tuna with black sesame halva and a soy emulsion with whipped mango for starters, Lamb Shoulder with spinach cream, crackling and corn bites for mains and Fried Milk Tart with whipped cream and berry compote for dessert.
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.
Durban Metro Vegetarian restaurant
Celebrated cuisine that embraces purity and understanding, with no décor to speak of, just a warm heavenly atmosphere for vegetarians.
Reminiscent of boarding school dining rooms, Govinda’s serves economical meals just south of Durban in the suburb of Chatesworth.
Kameeldrift East Organic restaurant
The menu focuses on fresh organic produce, sourced from local farmers and award winning wine pairing.
Meals are innovative and interesting, with delectable 5-course Sunday lunches and 6-course intimate gourmet packages on offer.
Ideal for intimate social occasions or private functions – hosted in the wine cellar, Granita Signature Dining is an exquisite dining experience.
Jeffreys Bay Organic restaurant
From the ground to your plate, heavenly food graces the palate organic and full of flavour.
Fast becoming internationally renowned, In Food is an oasis of heavenly cuisine bursting at the seams with melt-in-the-mouth pleasures.
Discover artisan breads, croissants, delectable cakes and tarts or start the day with a morning delight of organically grown creamy oats served with fresh farm milk, Karoo fynbos honey, stewed dried fruit and toasted almonds.
Sumptuous fried breakfasts start with two free-range eggs, cooked to perfection, juicy pork sausages, two slices of bacon with fried tomato and grilled mushrooms.
Vegetarian fare delights with sun-dried tomatoes, grilled baby marrows, butternut, aubergine and peppers, with de-pipped olives and Mozzarella cheese.
Treat yourself to a VIP experience and discover a world of culinary pleasures at In Food.
Windermere Organic restaurant
Kalimambo Organic Restaurant is the perfect place for idling the day away, browsing through the onsite art display shop before tickling the taste buds with freshly prepared seasonal fruit juices and smoothies.
Peruse the extensive menu exploring simple hearty bacon and eggs or indulge in stuffed rack of lamb or succulent fresh Thai fish burgers.
Kalimambo Organic Restaurant entices fresh, seasonal and locally produced organic fare, decadently prepared for a sumptuously fulfilling dining experience.
Muldersdrift Vegetarian restaurant
Leafy Greens is a restaurant with a difference - this raw vegan café offers healthy food that is so tasty you might be tempted to turn veggie. The menu is imaginative and only the freshest organic produce is used. A buffet lunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays and for every meal sold, R1 is donated to feed a child in Africa. Socially responsible and unique, this one is worth a try.
Pretoria (Tshwane) and surrounds Organic restaurant
Pretoria (Tshwane) and surrounds
Located at the Village Ridge Hotel, L’Epicurien offers alternative dining to eco-conscious diners who enjoy healthy organic cuisine.
The menu embraces flavours from Italy and the Mediterranean, with a twist of South African flair. Dishes are suited to all palates and diets that demand natural, organic and wholesome ingredients.
Contribute responsibility towards your planet by dining responsibly on hearty, uncomplicated cuisine that makes your plant and you conscience feel good.
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