South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- Less than 20 people
- 60 - 80 people
- Light Meals
- 80 - 100 people
- 150 - 250 people
Gariep Dam Grills restaurant
Warm hospitality, awesome food, spectacular views, great service! What more does one want?
Alchemy Waschbank River Restaurant is the most spectacular spot on the breathtaking banks of the Orange River. One is instantly captivated by the sweet angelic melody of the ever-flowing waters.
We pride ourselves on offering scrumptious, traditional and mouth-watering food without hurting one’s wallet. Currently the restaurant can accommodate 35 guests inside and 35 guests outside on the deck, but we also do cater for larger groups or functions.
We invite you to come and unwind at the most enchanted spot the Orange River has to offer - our delightful little deck. Here sunsets become a serene and magical experience.
Mouth-watering Karoo cuisine driven by the acclaimed Chef Cris Greff - there is simply not a more compelling spot for dining!
Lovemore Park Light Meals restaurant
Apron Strings is well-known by the locals for its tea and scones. The restaurant offers breakfasts, lunches and teas. Guests have the choice of sitting outside in the lush garden with swings for the children. Blankets are also available for a more picnic-style experience. The interior has a fireplace for those cold days.
Trading hours are from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm. The restaurant caters for functions.
V and A Waterfront Light Meals restaurant
V and A Waterfront
With its European style, fabulous coffees and delicious food, visitors to Fego Caffe at Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront would be forgiven for thinking they were in a coffee house in Italy. Recreating the continental style and Italian flare Fego Caffe also offers patrons the best of the Waterfront - unsurpassed views of the harbour and a wonderful opportunity to sit back and soak up the atmosphere of one of the city’s most visited spots while sipping on premium Italian roast coffee.
The menu consists of delicious light meals and snacks, and is heavily influenced by the cuisine of Italy. Fluffy, light omelettes, paninis, sun dried tomato focaccias, toasted tramezzinos and wonderful wraps, as well as more substantial meals like burgers, pastas and caffe meals, there is no shortage of choice for the discerning coffee connoisseur. An indulgent range of cakes, muffins and croissants are also on the menu.
Customers can browse through the selection of magazines at Exclusive Books while delighting in the Fego fare. This is a great place to sit back, relax and take in one’s surroundings.
Wellington Light Meals restaurant
This beautiful, stylish, yet relaxed restaurant is situated in the beautiful wine route town of Wellington. The restaurant offers a wide selection of lunchtime dishes and platters, as well as an extensive and comprehensive wine list that feature vintages from the area, as well as less known varieties.
Durban Metro Grills restaurant
This restaurant is a must-try for visitors to the area and a favourite return-to spot for locals. The menu is large and varied and high quality dishes include a selection of curries, steaks, seafood and poultry. Sushi is also available. A laid-back and relaxed ambience combines with great tasting, unpretentious dishes to ensure an enjoyable dining experience.
Hemel en Aarde Light Meals restaurant
Hemel en Aarde
Salt of the Earth is a farmstall-type restaurant situated close to Camp Hill, in the Hemel en Aarde district.
Customers can sit inside of restaurant or on the patio; a blanket is offered if the weather is too cold.
Every last Sunday of the month they offer live music called Music of Yesterday. The restaurant is ideal for kids where they can run around in the veld and still be safe.
Enjoy the lovely farm-style breakfast that is a quite substantial meal, light meals or tea and cake. Choose from the daily specials and freshly prepared dishes.
V and A Waterfront Grills restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Docks Restaurant is in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is next to the Nelson Mandela Gateway, home of the Robben Island ferry. Popular with passersby and locals, the area in front of The Docks is the playground for the local seal population. Known as the seal pen, The Docks is on the same site as the old Bertie’s Landing. Its extensive menu, relaxed atmosphere and fabulous location right on the water’s edge, in front of the Clock Tower, make The Docks a popular place to sit back and relax, and take in the fabulous views of Cape Town, Table Mountain and the harbour.
The Docks serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, light meals and cocktails. The wine list is extensive and features some of the best South African wines. The menu has something for everyone, from burgers to seafood, grills to pasta, as well as salads and traditional South African fare. The dinner menu also features specialities such as ostrich, game and lobster.
Relaxed and family orientated, with fabulous views The Docks Restaurant offers patrons a varied menu that caters for all tastes and good friendly service. Patrons are often treated to shows from the local buskers on the dockside next to the restaurant, with acts including gumboot dancers, a marimba band, mimes and signers.
Silverton Grills restaurant
Great grills and a cosy, Old World ambience creates a get-together spot that is conducive to socializing and good times. The Lion's Den is open for breakfast and lunch and good quality food served in large portions are the order of the day. The menu is varied and reasonably priced and this, together with a glass of your favourite vino will make for an experience to be repeated.
Goodwood Buffet restaurant
Just off Grand West Casino's main floor you will find this vibrant, happening restaurant. Quarterdeck offers a wide variety of dishes catering for any and all. The dishes are mainly served buffet-style so be sure to come hungry.
Treat yourself to a feast of roasts, seafood, vegetable dishes and even cold meats and salads. There are a wide variety of pastas to choose from, and not to be missed are the traditional, proudly South African, Bo-Kaap inspired dishes like bobotie, breyani and other delectable curries. Casseroles with different meats and vegetables, and a range of stir fries are also on offer.
To top this all off, a mouthwatering dessert counter will keep you going back for more and the variety is unbelievable.
Quarterdeck offers a one-of-a-kind experience that aims to satisfy, and succeeds. Booking is advised.
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