South Africa Seafood 80 - 100 people Bustling Restaurants South Africa Overview
South Africa based on 2 Reviews 4.5
- Cape Malay
- 80 - 100 people
Welgemoed Contemporary restaurant
This warm, elegant restaurant invites with large wooden tables and a great view. Here you can meet, greet and eat in style, and enjoy the relaxed ambience. The open kitchen adds to the warm, comfortable feel and diners can see the chefs in action. Enjoy spectacular views of the Simonsberg and surrounding mountains while enjoying a glass of proudly South African wine.
The ingredients are fresh and complement the clean simple dishes on offer. The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner and a wide variety of dishes can be found on the extensive and well planned menu.
For a lighter meal option, you can enjoy one of the gourmet sandwiches that incorporates ingredients like camembert, chilli chutney and rocket or the delicious combination of caramelized onion and pear in honey with cheddar. A great dish is the Gorgonzola Fettucini with butternut, gorgonzola cheese, cashew nuts and rocket.
Try the melt-in-your-mouth pork belly on the bone served with cabbage and bacon mash, braised apples and pork sauce. The homemade Venison burger with prune and brandy chutney, brie and walnuts is a must-try for the more adventurous diner. A variety of vegetarian and seafood dishes are also on offer.
With competitive prices, great recipes, an amazing atmosphere and stunning views, this restaurant will struggle to disappoint.
City Bowl Contemporary restaurant
Esparanza is a lively, happening spot with an atmosphere and ambience that coaxes diners back every time. Fresh, hearty food with a bit of a gourmet twist is served and the passion that goes into the food is clearly visible. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and awesome cocktails serve as a great refresher after a long day. The restaurant also offers alfresco dining that adds to the social aspect and diners will enjoy views of the bustling surrounds.
V and A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Located in one of the best spots in the V & A Waterfront, this great seafood restaurant boasts panoramic views and a front row seat on the Victoria Basin.
Most of the dishes are quite simple but do not lack in quality. Having plain old fish and chips becomes a treat and large portions at very reasonable prices make this restaurant a winner. Fish gets delivered daily ensuring the freshest produce on your plate - the hallmark of any good seafood restaurant.
Fisherman's Choice is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Experience the most amazing sunsets and the infectious sound of the water and the gulls while enjoying your favourite seafood.
Graaff-Reinet Contemporary restaurant
Pioneers restaurant finds itself in the historic Parsonage Street in the “Gem of the Karoo” – town of Graaff Reinet. Parsonage Street boasts the most national monuments than any other street in South Africa. A dream come true for a foodie with an interest in history.
The restaurant itself is housed in a national monument that is part of the history of the town. Guests can choose to be seated in any one of the four dining rooms, on the stoep or outside in the garden.
Patrons can appreciate the beauty of the landmarks while delving into Pioneers’ a la carte menu. There is good honest food on offer with a few adventurous dishes to satisfy a more demanding palate. Signature dishes include Baby Beef Bombay, Kudu Schnitzel, Rolled Fillet with banana and ham filling covered with an aromatic curry sauce.
Pioneers has become synonymous for a good evening out- hosting Karaoke and Jazz evenings. In summer, the shaded beer garden is an oasis in the Karoo.
Stellenbosch Seafood restaurant
The Fishmonger, a restaurant that specializes in the best available seafood, is located at the pulse of the historic town of Stellenbosch. At the corner of Plein and Van Ryneveld streets, this eatery offers a vibey, Mediterranean atmosphere with the best seats in the house being out of house – on the pavement.
Seafood lovers will find the menu a catch. With items such as oysters, linefish in a cream sauce with mushrooms and mozzarella, as well as seafood soup and variety of mixed platters to choose from (that include queen prawns and calamari) there can be no complaints. Those with a sweet tooth will also be happy to try the Crème Brulee on the dessert menu.
The restaurant also has a good selection of local wines to compliment the seafood cuisine.
Reserving a table is essential at this popular venue.
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