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Tzaneen Continental restaurant
This quaint Victorian-style restaurant sits amidst beautiful gardens housed in one of Tzaneen’s old houses. Ashley’s serves sumptuous breakfasts including eggs benedict served with either spinach or ham and an open-baked frittata. The excellent menu offers light lunches, gourmet sandwiches and crispy salads freshly prepared in a subtropical setting. The pepper-crusted fillet is a popular main course as is the fish and chips, both served with salad.
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.
Stanford Continental restaurant
The food at Blue Gum Restaurant is classic and simple, yet exciting, emphasizing the basics. Wholesome, fresh ingredients and produce and quality sauces and stocks. Blue Gum creates food that looks exceptional and tastes amazing.
The chef and the staff always strive to make meals memorable. Excellent cuisine, discreet service and pleasant atmosphere are top most priorities. Wines that both compliment the food and excite the taste buds are recommended with every meal, thus allowing visitors to explore and discover more about South African wines.
Blue Gum has an imaginative cellar of great South African wines and concentrates especially on wines of the surrounding Stanford and Hermanus areas.
Mpumalanga Continental restaurant
Nestled inside a lovely manor house complimented by views of litchi plantations, Blue Mountain Lodge enjoys easy on the palate dishes layered with tasteful and exciting combinations.
The menu boasts Continental classics for breakfast, lunch or dinner paired with an impressive wine list and stocked cellar.
Try spiced prawn kebabs served on green asparagus with a cocktail tomato emulsion, or brinjal and halloumi cheese wrapped in spring-roll pastry. Try a guava sorbet before indulging in the gourmet selection of mains.
Blue Mountain Lodge favors a gracious and professional dining experience that makes this elegant occasion one to remember.
Newlands Continental restaurant
Located on the corner of Main Road and Dean Street in Newlands, Bon Fromage specialise in good bread, cheese and coffee.
From freshly ground homegrown coffee to freshly baked almond sacrosains, baguettes, rye and croissants, paired with irresistible combinations and a touch of South of France ambiance.
Lime washed French doors and French setting sets the mood for escapism while irresistible cheese platters and artisanal cheeses from around the world pair perfectly with the affordable and quirky wine selection.
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.
Claremont Continental restaurant
Bustling with contented chatter and aroma of freshly cooked breakfasts, Saturdays welcome lazy breakfasts and languid lunches tucked away on 41 3rd Avenue.
Fantastic mountain views, freshly baked confectionaries and nooks and crannies brimming with crockery, old signs, shelves and delicious preserves secure a mood of relaxation and indulgence.
Noted by an elite few as the serving the best Chai Lattes in town and mouthwatering breakfasts such as bacon and Brie croissants, scrambled eggs and omelets, this little Capetonian Gem is waiting to be discovered.
Polokwane (Pietersburg) Continental restaurant
With fantastic meals that cater for any palate alongside fresh sushi, seafood, pasta and continental dishes, Cappello’s soaks up a fun atmosphere with a delicious array of food.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Cappello’s is easily located on the corner of Munnik and Veldspaat street.
George Continental restaurant
Renowned for their unusual combinations, this light airy restaurant revives the palate with the likes of fluffy omelettes with Chinese-style chicken dressed in tangy Hoison Sauce for an interesting twist on the traditional omelette.
With an extensive Ala Carte menu serving breakfasts and lunches, Conservatory at Meade House delights the senses with succulent steaks and grilled fish or delectable teas and coffees complimented with moist cakes and freshly baked muffins.
Whether delighting in a light lunch or simply relaxing with a cup of tea, Conservatory at Meade House will soothe away the day in an idyllic setting oozing with character and grace in one of the oldest homes in George.
Dullstroom Continental restaurant
The perfect place to enjoy light meals and comfort food over breakfast or lunch, Country Corner satisfies with buffets and harvest tables laden with a variety of dishes and salads.
Soak up country style hospitality inside this charming double storey house for a relaxed dining experience in Dullstroom. Bookings essential.
Cape Town Continental restaurant
This cosy restaurant bustles with activity and holds a unique feel.
The décor is warm and various celebrity photos adorn the walls contrasted by the white tablecloth setting.
The open plan kitchen invites diners into the culinary experience, where the likes of continental and local dishes grace tables in generous portions.
The lovely outside terrace makes ideal spot for frothy cappuccinos and a morning paper.
Mossel Bay Continental restaurant
Situated right on the beach front in Mossel Bay and surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of The Garden Route, Delfinos Restaurant serves African food with a view.
The extensive menu boasts a large variety of food from seafood to pizzas all beguiled in South African flavours. With complimenting coffees warming the palate, Delfinos (as the name suggests coffee) entices with lighter meals such as pitas or tramazzinies, hearty portions of pizzas or pastas and scrumptious fried breakfasts with options for healthier alternatives such as cereals and yogurts.
Flattered by unsurpassed views dining indoor or alfresco, Delfinos makes for a pleasant day out enjoying the refreshing breeze and South Africa tastes.
Hout Bay European restaurant
Relax, kick back and enjoy the warm inviting atmosphere softened by sparkling chandeliers, scattered cushions and sexy sounds. Deli Delish wraps the palate in exotic flavours infused with a traditional twist.
Enjoy sumptuous home cooked foods that pay homage to the roots of flavour and taste, real Moroccan chicken tagine, traditional Malay curries and smooth classic creations of Oxtail and Venison stew.
Signature dishes such as Deli Delish Greek-style lamb burger or prosciutto wrapped fillet and tiger prawns with mango and chilli relish, intoxicate the senses cooled by a glass of boutique white wine harvested straight from 4 of the 7 wine estates in Hout Bay.
With a European ambience spilling out onto pavements shaded by the cool warmth of Fisca trees, patrons enjoy delectable imported or cured meats and cheeses served with freshly baked breads dressed in speciality condiments and pates.
Whether dining alfresco, indulging in delightful combinations or enjoying lazy days savouring homely breakfasts, Deli Delish promises a warm and memorable dining experience that revitalises the soul.
Stellenbosch Continental restaurant
Break away from the city scenery and settle in for a tranquil breakfast, tea or lunch at Hillcrest Berry Orchards Restaurant. The discovery of this little gem delights patrons who seek a quiet spot with good food made from produce which can be purchased on the way out.
Hillcrest is hidden along the scenic Helshoogte pass in Stellenbosch and overlooks the Drakenstein and Jonkershoek mountains. In warm weather meals are best had on the shaded terrace while colder weather calls for the fire to be lit in the farm style restaurant.
With the berries being their business, the berry-licious menu does not disappoint. Hillcrest breakfast specialty is a divine combination of its own honey roasted muesli, home-made yoghurt with berry compote along with other traditional options and a grand selection of pastries. While lunch choices are lighter, with menu items such as quiche, pastas and soups, one cannot help but be tickled to taste an interesting home-made gooseberry and ginger ice-cream for dessert.
Allergy prone individuals will be happy to discover that their dietary requirements are suitably catered for with options that include wheat and gluten free bread and soya milk alternatives.
Hillcrest is also home to a deli where much of the farm’s produce such as breads, jams, fresh or frozen berries and other delicacies may be purchased.
Morningside Continental restaurant
Indulge in classic cakes or take breakfast to another level perusing the extensive menu boasting exceptional choices of this grand affair.
Breakfast offers range from Continental, home-baked breads, cereal, muesli, cheeses, cold meats and hot fare with perfectly silky eggs benedict a must try.
Lunch offers light healthy meals and caters for vegetarians and vegans.
Enjoy a lapse in time at this beautiful Edwardian hotel for a refreshingly relaxed approach to dining.
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