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Mill Park Mediterranean restaurant
99 on Cape was originally a family home in the 1900s and converted into a ‘rest stop’ on one of the main roads in Port Elizabeth. Now a well-known establishment, this restaurant offers Mediterranean influenced cuisine such as Portuguese fillet and Moroccan lamb dishes. The venue is open for function hire. Just off 99 on Cape is the Little Zorba offering only Greek cuisine.
Tuesday to Friday – 10 am to 3 pm; 5:30 pm to 10 pm;
Saturday – 5:30 pm to 10 pm.
Big Bay Mediterranean restaurant
A hidden gem in Big Bay, Alexia’s restaurant is a Greek influenced Mediterranean restaurant that offers a variety of deliciously authentic meals. With views across Table Bay towards Table Mountain and the Cape Town, Alexia’s is the perfect place to sit back, sip on a cool glass of vino and take in the amazing views of the Mother City while delighting in delicious food.
Salt Rock Mediterranean restaurant
Cradled in the scenic beachside resort of Ballito, Azura Restaurant refreshes the palate with cooling cocktails, romantic dinners and alfresco lunches flanked by ocean views and trailing sunsets.
Enjoy an array of dishes ranging from Mediterranean style fare to succulent steaks and Portuguese style chicken.
The comprehensive menu boasts delicious grilled steaks, succulent prawns, tender calamari, peri-peri chicken, fresh and delicious seafood dishes as well as combos.
Dine alfresco on the wooden deck or by candlelight under a blanket of stars, Azura Restaurant swaddles the palate with a taste of the ocean touched by the murmur of contented chatter.
Melville Mediterranean restaurant
Long tables scattered throughout set off interesting varieties of paintings with a designated children’s area, thoughtfully designed to incorporate busy little minds for much needed relaxation for parents.
Boasting a three level story, multi coloured climbing frame, a games room and designated play area with seating for child minders, Bambanani keeps little minds busy and well fed with delightful kiddies favourites.
The menu excites the traditional favourites such as macaroni and cheese and fish fingers and mash to mention a few.
Adults indulge and extensive menu boasting Mediterranean cuisine and tasty tapas such as beef Carpaccio with celery, parmigiano shavings and a lemon dressing or grilled aubergines marinated in olive oil, garlic and parsley. For seafood delights try the prawns with chilli, coriander and lime butter.
More substantial meals are on offer such as beef or veggie burgers with red onions and frites or a salad. Fillet steak, pork ribs and grilled whole baby chicken with peri-peri sauce.
Table View Sushi restaurant
This quaint, yet modern sushi spot offers delicious treats for the discerning diner. With typical Japanese flavours, Bica Sushi Bar definitely pulls out all the stops to ensure a pleasant dining experience.
Enjoy traditional favourites like California rolls, maki, nigiri and fashion sandwiches in a vibrant location in this popular centre. The freshest produce is used to create the little pieces of art and every order comes with the usual ginger, soya sauce and wasabi.
Expect fast service and great-tasting Eastern flavours that is surprisingly affordable.
The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 9 am until 7 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am until 5 pm.
The Crags Mediterranean restaurant
Boasting delectable local cheeses, succulent oysters complimented with freshly baked bread, meats, pates and more, Bramon Restaurant soothes the palate with seductive bubbly, still wines and decadent deserts.
Set in the vineyards overlooking the Tsitsikamma Mountains, bordered by The Elephant Sanctuary and mountainous area of the Crags, Bramon Restaurant entices languorous lunches within the heart of the vineyards graced by a seasonal menu bursting with fresh daily prepared ingredients.
Enjoy an inspiring and revitalising meal cooled by a fresh sea breeze and the gentle slopes of the Crags at this pioneering and award winning restaurant.
Witbank (Emalahleni) Mediterranean restaurant
Explore the culinary flavours of Portugal dining on traditional meat dishes, succulent grills and decadent deserts.
Braza meaning ‘flame’ lives up to its meaning offering diners flame grilled, open flame Mozambican style grills with choices of succulent chicken and seafood alongside traditional meat dishes.
Enjoy lunch or dinner wrapped in rich earthy colours and solid wood tables at this family friendly establishment in Witbank, Mpumalanga.
Bayhead Vietnamese restaurant
Located at the heart of Durban harbour’s industrial area is Bud’s on the Bay. A laid-back dockside diner that embraces a rustic feel and welcoming warmth.
Here friends can reconnect sharing Vietnamese infusions over balmy summer lunches and tall stories.
Bud’s on the Bay indulges the simple pleasures of life - eating and sharing and appreciating the slower pace of life with simple tasty infusions that lie at the heart of social eating.
Quigney Mediterranean restaurant
Café Neo inspires a social atmosphere and aims to have friends and family feel welcome and relaxed. With an emphasis on service, you will have everything you need with a smile. The menu offers breakfast, lunch and supper with a Mediterranean influence. There is an option for everyone with breakfasts, burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, seafood, grills and vegetarian fare.
Monday from 8:30 to 22:00;
Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 to 22:00;
Sundays from 8:30 to 17:30.
Bergville Mediterranean restaurant
Housed in a sandstone building with a huge veranda, this eatery boasts locally caught Trout and locally inspired dishes.
The dining room bursts at the seam with ambiance and the lingering aroma of freshly cooked dishes that wet the appetite.
Try the locally caught Trout with hollandaise sauce and fresh fennel, or the Pint o’ Prawns which remains a firm favourite with regulars.
Toss back a chilled beetroot and vodka shooter then move onto the award winning wine cellar.
Brits Mediterranean restaurant
***Chefs restaurant offers international cuisine with a middeterenean touch in various settings surrounded by beautifulle gardens. We can serve for up to 80 guests in conference or gathering session, but as restaurant you and we'll be happy with 30/40 guests. Starting with an early mountainbike ride or gamedrive with breakfast in the private Silkaatsnek Nature Reserve up till supper in the Boma or Lounge; 24/7 here's where the good life starts.
Illovo Mediterranean restaurant
Da Vinci Alfresco lies on the green belt area in central Johannesburg, in South Africa’s premier polo ground, Inanda Club.
Sprawling lawns, lush trees and beautiful gardens set the mood for a magical and relaxed alfresco dining experience.
Sip aromatic coffee or cooling wine on the patio or indulge in hearty brunches and lazy lunches in a relaxed and contemporary feel.
Dine next to a cosy winter fire under the traditional thatch on a wide selection of Mediterranean style dishes or take in the lingering aroma of the outdoor wood-burning pizza oven.
Indulge in garden fresh salads, innovative pastas, vegetarian dishes, wood-burned pizza and one of the best fillet steaks in town at Da Vinci Alfresco in Sandton.
Bonnievale Mediterranean restaurant
Cradled in the heart of Breede River Valley, perched along the shores of the Breede River, Goedverwacht Platters and Picnics awaken the senses with breathtaking scenery, picnic platters and homegrown wine.
Dine on a choice of scrumptious Mediterranean or quiche platters, with option of self-catered picnic and platter picnics available.
Goedverwacht invites a day of relaxation in stunning surrounds overlooking the beautiful vineyards and breathtaking scenery for an unforgettable day in the wine lands. Booking in advance is essential.
Durban North Sushi restaurant
Dressed in bold statement colours and vibrant atmosphere warmed by dark wood and clean lines, Green Mango tantalises the palate with delicious fresh sushi and Japanese cuisine.
This modern sushi establishment is a popular haunt with locals and is often vibey and bustling. Diners can tickle the taste buds with delectable sushi and Japanese fare indoors or alfresco.
Constantia Cape Malay restaurant
The Jonkershuis is situated in the historic core of the Groot Constantia Wine Estate, overlooking the Constantia Valley Vineyards and with Panoramic views across False Bay.
Being situated in one of Cape Town's 'Big 6' destinations allows Jonkershuis to offer groups and individuals more than just a memorable dining experience. Enquire about a trip through the historic Manor House or a Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour of the Groot Constantia Cellars. There are also fantastic views of the Peninsula from the historic Baths high on the estate for those energetic visitors.
Relaxed and inviting, dine alfresco overlooking False Bay and Groot Constantia Manor House underneath the oak trees or in the Jonkershuis courtyard under the grape vines. Inside dining is elegant and informal with the double-sided fireplace adding warmth and grandeur during those chilly winter months.
Situated next to the main restaurant is a room with two large wood burning fireplaces at each end, a wooden ceiling and stable doors leading to the historic core and wagon courtyard, a perfect spot for groups wishing a more private area or a wine tasting to accompany dinner.
Bistro-style dining with a Cape Malay influence characterises the stylish and varied menu. The emphasis is on flavour, using the best local ingredients and fresh produce from boutique suppliers wherever possible.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 09h00 to 22h00, and on Sundays from 09h00 to 16h00. From 15 May to 15 August, the restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday, from 09h00 to 16h00 - the kitchen closes at 16h00 and then serves deserts and cheeseboards from 16h00 to 17h00.
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