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South Africa European Restaurants
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Kensington African restaurant
A thoroughly authentic restaurant serving the finest in Ethiopian cuisine. With offerings you won’t find anywhere else such as ting-sour Injera flatbread, Abysinia is the place to go for a truly unique dining experience.
For a little of everything, ask for a platter and you will not be disappointed. Prices are incredibly reasonable. The drinks are equally exciting with strong, fresh coffee as well as local and Ethiopian wines.
The casual, relaxed ambience and charming service make an experience at Abysinia one to remember.
Makhado (Louis Trichardt) African restaurant
Makhado (Louis Trichardt)
Perched at the foothills of the mysterious Soutpansberg Mountains, Acacia Restaurant boasts full English breakfasts and delicious lunches and dinners.
The cuisine touches on locally inspired dishes with explosions of taste dominating the palate.
Peruse the menu feasting on tasty delights before rounding off a satisfying meal with cooling cocktails or soothing nightcaps under the starry skies in the comfort of the pergola.
Acacia Restaurant caters for a delicious dining experience at The Gateway Inn in Makhado (Louis Trichard).
Cape Town City Centre African restaurant
Cape Town City Centre
An unforgettable African banquet awaits you at Africa Cafe.With a menu that changes according to season, ensuring that only the freshest and finest ingredients are used in the preparation of the delicious dishes, Africa Cafe has true African dining perfected.Superbly warm and friendly staff are on hand and happy to take diners through the exciting offerings and will happily explain the authentic decor and paintings that adorn the walls.A healthy following of both tourists and locals make for an eclectic ambience, enhanced by the sound of drums and singing staff members!
Stellenbosch African restaurant
Stellenbosch’s Kayamandi (an informal settlement area) may not scream location- location- location for restaurant venue, but is home to AmaZink Eatery. The restaurant delivers a novel African eating experience that embraces and simultaneously invests in the local Stellenbosch community.
The African theme of the restaurant is seen through to every detail. The décor is bold and loud in colour and service is hearty and friendly. All the traditional fare is unpretentious and prepared on wood burning fires. Even the beer is home brewed. Expect local favourites like pap and wors, but perhaps not quite as rustic as authenticity demands. With Bertus Basson (celebrity chef and co-owner of Overture Restaurant) overseeing the menu, there is a definite contemporary take on the local delicacies.
The restaurant offers a wine list that supports farmers in the immediate vicinity.
With prominent businessmen investing, AmaZink Eatery forms part of the Ikhaya Trust Centre and is driven to make a contribution to the social uplifting of the area. Inline with the venture’s policy, only locals to Kayamandi are employed at AmaZink.
Hillcrest European restaurant
This fine bistro restaurant boasts rare classic dishes reflecting various influences from around the globe.
Gracing an elegant ambience bursting with a fusion of flavours, Aubergine and Andreotti’s offer bistro dining at its best.
The décor embraces a contemporary setting perfect for languid lunches and decadently elegant dinners.
Sandton European restaurant
A well known landmark and favourite meeting place for diners, Baglio’s Café embraces delectable delights in the form of European style pizzas and ultimate Italian indulgence.
Casual yet chic, the ambiance is warm and classic Italian with a hint of cosmopolitan. The extensive menu is well catered for with complimenting local and international estate wines.
Situated on the corner of Nelson Mandela Square, diners experience quality value for money cuisine and the art of indulging at Baglio’s Café.
Stellenbosch European restaurant
Set in scenic Stellenbosch and fusing both modern and traditional Cape cuisines, Barouche Restaurant is a must-try dining experience.Barouche provides delightful dining whatever the weather, with a terrace overlooking vineyards for warm summer days or a warm and welcoming inside area for the colder wintertime.Serving the finest of South African as well as international cuisine and using the freshest seasonal ingredients, Barouche is a wonderfully versatile and accommodating place to dine.
Durbanville African restaurant
A versatile and elegant venue perched atop one of the highest hills in the Northern Suburbs, Bloemendal Restaurant is the place to be at for whatever you are after of a dining experience.
The evenings are filled with entertainment from guest speakers, dancing, music and singing and with warm and attentive hospitality, you won’t want to miss out on a night at the Bloemendal Restaurant.
Margate European restaurant
This beautiful, unique restaurant's eclectic shabby chic feel evokes a feeling of Old World romance that complements the French-inspired gourmet dishes on a seasonal menu. Daily specials on food and decor are quite a treat, so whether it is a flavourful, melt-in-your-mouth meal, a painting or your chair you want to purchase, you will be spoilt for choice.
City Bowl Halaal restaurant
Cafe Zorina is bathed in understatement as you walk in the door. The interior is simple, yet elegant, but unpretentious. The main point is that the restaurant serves Halaal foods, and specializes in it.
The restaurant is a popular venue for business meetings because of its atmosphere and quality produce. Breakfast and lunch is served and guests have a choice between lighter meals and some of the more filling Indian dishes.
Here you will be able to have a laid-back lunch right in the middle of Cape Town. They serve quality food at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant is open from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm during the week, and closes at 2:30 pm on Saturdays.
Gardens African restaurant
Experience true Cape heritage through superb fine dining at Cape Colony restaurant at the Mount Nelson Hotel.Enjoy mouthwatering options like succulent springbok and tender ostrich, all prepared with care and incorporating a taste of the traditional.Allow for some extra time when selecting the accompanying wine from the extremely extensive and fully-detailed wine list, full of the best wines at varying prices. The superbly helpful and attentive staff are on hand to make suggestions should you need some extra help.The decor stays true to times gone by and creates a unique ambience that is a pleasure to experience.Take some time out to enjoy a taste of the old days of the Cape at Cape Colony restaurant.
Muldersdrift African restaurant
This unique African restaurant boasts a circular open fire with Masaai spears that holds a variety of 15 different types of meat, gently roasting away as you enjoy a memorable evening out with family and friends. Meats include game varieties such as crocodile, zebra, giraffe, impala, ostrich, and many more. Six assorted salads and six sauces complement your meal. 'Pap and sauce' and baked potatoes are also offered.
Durban North European restaurant
Soak up the adventure of culinary delights as your palate is transported on a journey of classic dishes and diverse selections of freshly baked goods at C’est La Vie.
Enjoy baguettes, croissants, cakes and salads or a classic take on dishes inspired by Brittany and Belgium.
C’est La Vie is a hidden gem off Kensington Drive that will enchant the palate with mouth-watering gastronomic delights. Open for breakfast and lunch.
Paarl African restaurant
This 100% black owned restaurant immerses the palate in custom cuisine and cultural diversity.
Offering African delicacies, this establishment shows an attractive exterior and interior dressed in artistic creations collaborated by local artists.
Located adjacent to Mbekweni shopping centre, Chippa’s Restaurant is a welcoming break from everyday dining.
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.
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