South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 20 - 40 people
- Coffee Shop
- 40 - 60 people
Colesberg Coffee Shop restaurant
Bordeaux Coffee Shop is located in Colesberg's historic Church Street. Guests will delight in the light meals, including traditional Karoo cuisine on offer here. Enjoy the tranquil garden setting.
Goodwood Coffee Shop restaurant
Cafe Fino is a modern, vibey coffee shop and restaurant that offers a wide variety of fusion food dishes. This upmarket establishment uses fresh ingredients to maximize flavours and quality.
Breakfast include the traditional options as well as variations like eggs benedict and the all-time favourite, steak, egg and chips. Healthier options are also on offer and include muesli, yogurt, fruit salad and avo on rye.
Apart from sandwiches, wraps and salads, Cafe Fino also has a range pastas and exciting dishes like the beef trinchado pot pie, Thai fish cakes and rump steak for the really ravenous.
Cafe Fino offers something for everyone and promises a satisfying experience that is affordable as well.
City Bowl Coffee Shop restaurant
Carmellos is a typical European-style corner coffee shop in the lovely Mother City. This restaurant doubles as a bakery and at any time you will experience intoxicating smells wafting though the surrounding streets.
The menu is simple, but extensive and the cuisine hearty and comforting. Try a packed omelette for breakfast and couple it with a steaming cup-a-joe. Here you can also enjoy a traditional English, German and even a Saganaki breakfast that consists of two eggs, succulent bacon, cheese grillers, halloumi cheese, saganaki sauce and grilled tomato.
The rest of the menu offers everything from awesome toasted sarmies, interesting pastas, a variety of wraps and even French crepes to hake and chips, waffles and cocktails.
Whatever you are in the mood for, you are sure to leave satisfied.
District Six Coffee Shop restaurant
Enjoy mouthwatering breakfasts made with the freshest ingredients and pair it with a cup of smouldering aromatic coffee. Lunch is also a treat with dishes like smoked salmon and spinach roulade, Thai green curry phyllo parcels and roasted vegetable frittata. An unusual dish is the Vietnamese rice noodle salad, so be sure to try something new. The restaurant is open for dinner on certain Friday evenings and the menu changes on a weekly basis to ensure that only the freshest quality produce is used.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Cinn-Full Café is a unique little coffee shop situated in the vibrant, bustling Canal Walk Shopping Centre. The interior is cosy and warm, and so is the service and atmosphere.
Take a break from shopping and grab a much-needed coffee and something cinn-full on the side. Try one of the delicious toasted sarmies or a healthy salad. Also, there is nothing like an indulgent, homemade pie to put the spring back in your step.
For the sweet tooth there are a variety of freshly baked muffins. Their signature item is the cinnamon bun, a definite must-have when you pop in.
Cinn-Full Café offers a much-needed respite from a busy day of shopping.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Coffee Republic is a modern, beautifully fitted coffee bar and shop in the middle of Canal Walk Shopping Centre - the local hub of shopping.
The coffee beans used in this original little outlet is specially roasted in Milan to provide a distinctive taste, feel, aroma and flavour envoking the spirit of this fashion capital.
Coffee Republic offers a range of deli-style foods and pride themselves on fresh produce and great quality. Try one of the delicious muffins on offer. The fabulous breakfast muffin with bacon egg and cheese is the perfect thing to help start your day.
Be sure to indulge in the decadent Creme Brulee Latte - who said you can't drink dessert.
Emmarentia Coffee Shop restaurant
This quaint coffee shop and bistro offers value-for-money meals. Great breakfasts, light meals and especially their freshly baked breads all form part of a well thought out menu. The restaurant regularly hosts baking lessons and events, so watch out for those. Wi-Fi is available throughout. They also provide catering and the venue is available for private functions.
Velddrif Seafood restaurant
Die Vishuis Restaurant is situated on the bank of the Berg River, in the West Coast town of Velddrif. This restaurant was once a real 'vishuis' where the fisherman used to salt the harders in big tanks. What remains of those days are the sea shells in the original sand walls, portions of which have been uncovered.
This quirky little national monument has been kept appealingly genuine, complete with open beams and a long stoep where you can eat seafood as well as other scrumptious dishes and enjoy the flamingos, pelicans and herons because this is a major wetland area.
A restaurant called Die Vishuis must of course have a scrumptious fish and seafood menu but this is not all that is served, Herman who has 31 years experience in the hospitality trade has put his wide experience to good use, creating seasonal and interesting West Coast dishes.
You will be made welcome as you arrive at the door. After being shown to your table your friendly waiter will help you select your meal from the menu and if needed will call Herman for any further assistance if required.
Being a small intimate restaurant we are able to create personal service for your enjoyment and relaxation throughout your meal. Guests are welcome to bring own Wine and Beer along - no corkage charged, as we are not licensed yet.
Stellenbosch Health restaurant
The health conscious will love 8 Restaurant at Spier Estate in Stellenbosch. With its Farm-to-Table inspired menu and all the focus on wholesome, organic and fresh produce, visitors can indulge in an eating out experience that is guilt free. Not only is the restaurant strictly health orientated, the procurement of the produce is also green all the way.
8 Restaurant has a casual mood that demands relaxation from its patrons. That aspect, combined with the significance of the number 8 in the eatery’s name, adds dimension to one’s perception of the place.
The number 8 signifies balance, cycles, harmony, infinity and abundance which is a clear indication of the restaurant’s approach to its food and means of sourcing produce. Visitors to 8 Restaurant can expect exciting combinations of predominantly raw ingredients. All items are natural and organic and geared at optimal nutrition. The signature dish is Chicken Pie that is served with seasonal vegetables and herbs.
The establishment is licensed, so enjoying a glass of wine with one’s meal is a sure option, however, one cannot expect to find carbonated drinks on the menu.
The restaurant is also has a deli for a bout of healthy shopping.
Hermanus Seafood restaurant
Fisherman’s Cottage Restaurant in the holiday town of Hermanus is a quaint, rustic establishment that serves up a selection of seafood and other South African favourites in a charming setting.
Fisherman’s Cottage is gains its character from its historic significance. The restaurant building is an original fisherman’s cottage that dates back to the 1890 and forms part of the old harbour museum in the fisherman’s village.
Today guests happily sit at its rustic bench tables be it indoors or at the covered patio and enjoy the prepared catch of the day. The extensive seafood menu delivers peri-peri Yellow Tail, Calamari, seafood curry or Mussel and Shrimp spring rolls. Other menu items include venison dishes such as Gemsbok Loin and Eland Steak. Be sure to check out the blackboard for the specials.
In winter the best seats are close to the log fire.
Hout Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Gabriella's in Hout Bay offers a beautiful environment, great service , good food and a place where the whole family can enjoy awesome fusion-inspired cuisine.
The extensive menu offers food that hints at the traditional, yet incorporates a modern twist. Great flavours combine beautifully, mainly due to the fresh produce being used and the passion of the chef who's got a keen eye (and palate) for detail. A favourite on the menu is the delectable, tender calamari, but it is strongly recommended that you try the lamb shank.
The restaurant is child friendly as well as wheelchair friendly. Gabriella's is also fully licensed. The restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday from 8 am until 5 pm, but on Thursday and Friday they stay open until 10 pm.
Enjoy great food, warm service, and a wonderful ambience in this gem in the Republic of Hout Bay.
Stellenbosch Coffee Shop restaurant
Green Gates is a relaxed, quaint little spot that offers a delicious lunch buffet. All the dishes are freshly made on the day and only the freshest ingredients are used. The menu is seasonal ensuring the best flavours and the best quality. Enjoy one of the delicious wines on offer with your meal - even take a bottle or two home with you. There is also a list of dishes and cakes that diners can order in advance.
Muizenberg Deli restaurant
Kitch Kombuis in Muizenberg Village is owned by local personality, passionate restauranteur and people person, Derek Harrison. Everything that Derek ploughs his efforts into seems to be infused with his personal brand of magic, from the deliciously different smoothie selection, through to the furniture he’s chosen to decorate his new restaurant with. Not only is Kitch Kombuis a coffee shop with a difference, everything inside is for sale, not excluding the very table you’re seated at.
Taking its inspiration from European coffee stations, the coffee shop is located adjacent to the Muizenberg train station. With a counter full of healthy baked treats and delicious sarmies, Kitch Kombuis is designed as a meeting place, greeting place and ‘grab a bite before leaving on the train’ place. Great emphasis is placed on serving excellent coffee and providing light snacks, baked and made by members of the Muizenberg community. Young bakers and pastry chefs deliver fresh snacks daily, while Derek and his assistant whip up excellent coffee and more-ish smoothies.
Enjoy a freshly baked selection of croissants, veg pies, quiches, wraps, gourmet sarmies and sweet pastries from breakfast through to lunch.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Sinful, as the name suggests, is the word that comes to mind. This beautifully presented little coffee shop reminds of everything indulgent.
The delectable coffees, imported all the way from Ethiopia, are definitely the focus point and highlight. The Scuro Blend from Illy is served and is a dark roast with hints of caramel - a must-try.
For the peckish, Love, Revenge, Cappucino serves freshly made pancakes, mouthwatering sandwiches and a huge selection of wicked cakes and cupcakes.
Be sure to try the selection of gelato, preferably in a divine sugar cone.
Love, Revenge, Cappucino - the name says it all.
Strand Deli restaurant
This quaint, eccentric restaurant and vintage shop is called Pajamas and Jam, now we know they have a sense of humor. This lightheartedness shines through in everything except the quality of products you will find here.
Here you will find interesting variations on traditional breads and salads, as well as salad dressings. The menu changes on a daily basis so a surprise is never too far away.
The sweet stuff is simply delectable an include a Portuguese milk tart and scrumptious carrot cake. Do yourself a favour and order the hot chocolate made with Lindt chocolate balls. The double chocolate brownies are also very popular.
Italian coffee, Caffé Tomeucci, is made the in-house barista and fresh juice is squeezed every day. Interesting items like buchu and rose geranium cordial, as well as finger-licking preserves are ideal to take home.
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