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Stellenbosch South African restaurant
Aristata Restaurant forms part of the Protea Hotel in Technopark Stellenbosch. Expect a full buffet breakfast menu as well as menus for lunch and dinner.
Much can be said of the restaurant’s scenic location. It commands splendid views of the picturesque surroundings and has an outdoor deck for sipping sundowners and taking early evening meals. A range of snacks and light meals are also served throughout the day.
For those that require some formality, the indoor dining area calls for a smarter dress code in its subtle, yet sophisticated setting. With a menu that offers traditional South African fare, guests can enjoy the overall experience of Aristata. Diners may round off their meal with the best of wine that is sourced locally.
The restaurant also makes for an ideal venue, be it for a wedding or a corporate function.
Table Mountain National Park Fusion restaurant
Table Mountain National Park
Along Chapman’s Peak’s curves and bends, out of sight and nestled in secluded splendor, the Atlantic Restaurant wines and dines in what is arguably the most beautiful location in Cape Town.
Resting in the lush Milkwood forest, with views spanning across Hout Bay, the ocean and Sentinel Peak, diners soak up the tranquil atmosphere soothed by lapping waves and seasonal breaching Whales.
The décor whispers elegance and sumptuous luxury, set in the natural wonders of land and sea.
The menu pamper with a myriad of dishes such as ratatouille with buffalo mozzarella and pesto, roasted pepper soup that captures every spice and flavour, and a blissful yellowtail with leek cream sauce.
Atlantic Restaurant captures the beauty, elegance and un-spoilt setting that will make dining at this establishment an unforgettable experience.
Stellenbosch South African restaurant
Nestled in the breathtaking Drakenstein Valley, cradled between Franschoek and Paarl, Babel paints a picturesque setting, flanked by mountains and 200 h of vineyard and farmlands.
This inspiring setting captures the imagination of ex Elle Deco Editor – Karen Roos, who transformed Babel into a place of inspirational beauty.
On summery days, sit outside under the Plain trees soaking up the setting and a hearty Babel Breakfast brimming with fresh juices, homemade muesli, thick and creamy yogurt and local produce from the farm.
Cooler days are warmed by the chic and elegant décor set within the glass-enclosed restaurant where the aroma of freshly prepared seasonal dishes wet the appetite.
Discover a haven of peace and tranquility, set in beautiful surroundings, and the taste of food inspired by the seasons, prepared straight from the garden onto your plate.
De Kelders Fusion restaurant
Benguela Restaurant is a fine dining experience in De Kelders, Gansbaai. The meals are prepared to perfection with presentation that can rival some of the top restaurants around. The service is friendly and professional and enhances a relaxed feel to the restaurant.
Beguela offers local wines to pair with your meal. The menu has superb options but it is said that Beguela is famous for its fresh fish dishes and the fillet with camembert and fig. Exotic twists are added with dishes such as the Thai fish cake starter.
Here service and quality is not compromised in any way and personal service takes this upmarket dining experience to another level; arrange for a chef to come to your house and cook for you or be picked up from your lodgings free of charge.
Exquisite food, professional service and personal touches make this the dining experience, not only in Gansbaai but in the Western Province. Please call for further information.
Cape Town Fusion restaurant
The menu leans towards fusion and Asian dishes alongside an interesting take on pub inspired dishes served with a beer of the day.
The décor exudes modern black and white gothic effects, photographs and dripping candles and live jazz.
Try a hanger steak or ale steamed mussels complimented by a fine glass of wine or crisp beer, tapas or a hearty fish stew.
Blakes Bar entices the senses and wraps the palate in tasty, statement dishes and bold décor.
Cape Town South African restaurant
Housed in the building where the city once banked gold, this vintage gem boasts breathtaking décor heightened by vaulted ceilings, dark lacquered wooden floors and striking original chandeliers.
Expect to be wined and dined in timeless style warmed by roaring fireplaces and the sultry sounds of swing jazz.
The menu caters decadence-a classic gastronomic voyage sampling firm favourites, hearty portions and spicy flavours. Try favourites such as deep fried Camembert with figs, rocket and nuts for starters, Springbok carpaccio and roquefort snails.
Mains brim with choices such as grilled calamari, carpetbagger steak (filled with mussels) or the Brio burger and Crayfish Thermidor.
Experience the return of vintage glamour at Brio 1893 located along Adderly Street for a truly out of this era dining experience.
Southbroom Fusion restaurant
Securing a notarised chef and decadent cuisine, Broomers Restaurant wraps the palate in fusion dining with a hint of modern British, classical French and South African twist.
Headed by resident chef Michiel Van Beda, diners are transported on a culinary journey through classic fare paired with excellent selections of home-grown South African wines.
Serving lunch and dinner, Broomers Restaurant seduces with hearty portions of sirloin steak served with fried egg and chips or a roast lamb salad layered with olives, feta and green pepper.
Vegetarians can opt for the crispy spinach-gnocchi tossed with salad and butternut cubes on butternut purée with a creamy tomato sauce. The line fish dressed in balsamic garlic green beans, potato rösti and a creamy sundried tomato sauce is a must for fish lovers followed by the decadent baked camembert or brie with poached fruit and spiced white wine sauces.
Broomers Restaurant invites patrons to enjoy a fusion dining experience over lunch or dinner for an out of this world dining experience.
Mossel Bay Seafood restaurant
Acclaimed for ingeniously prepared local seafood specialties, the Café Gannet Restaurant is Mossel Bay's seafood house. Coastal oysters, black mussels and Mossel Bay Sole are delivered daily from the harbour to make a delectable and varied a la carte menu, which includes pizza, salads, meat dishes, light lunches and Rainbow Cuisine.Enjoy a relaxing afternoon followed by cocktails overlooking the Indian Ocean. The Cafe Gannet is a great treat, bound to please the most discerning palate. It’s also very trendy, so bookings are recommended. Open 7 days a week from 7am to 11pm.
Durban Beachfront South African restaurant
Situated on the sea-facing wing of the Suncoast Casino, hugging the golden shoreline of the Indian Ocean, Café Vacca Matta boasts stylish ambience and fine dining wrapped in delicious Mediterranean flavours.
Dine within the indoor stylish ambience or alfresco, enjoying breathtaking views on the terrace sipping cocktails. Boasting mouth-watering signature dishes and extensive range of both local and imported wines, Café Vacca Matta will capture the palate with a distinctive setting and cuisine for a delightful cosmopolitan dining experience.
Stellenbosch Fusion restaurant
This restaurant with a twist is Etienne Bonthuys through and through. This master chef challenges taste buds and pushes the boundaries of the imagination and the result is always interesting and delectable.
Counter-intuitive combinations work surprisingly well; quail is served with raw salmon and strawberries, baby calamari is paired with oxtail, and lamb and lobster with mint sauce produce flavours that burst - that's it, just burst. For the less adventurous the menu does offer options, but if you're going to eat here, try the slightly wacky stuff.
An extensive wine list that won't break the bank is on offer, and you are bound to find something for every palate. The interior is truly something to behold and matches the magical dining wonderland that Casparus creates.
The restaurant is open from Tuesday until Saturday for lunch and dinner and booking is advised.
Magaliesburg South African restaurant
Perched high mountainous acres wrapped in exquisite gardens, this haven of tranquillity wets the appetite with delicious arrays of antipasta such as beef fillet carpaccio, stuffed trout with ricotta cheese, roasted butternut soup with cumin and New Zealand green mussels.
Main courses choices include succulent rack of lamb, Cape Malay vegetable curry or a fresh grilled fillet of line fish with a tomato and thyme vinaigrette concluded by delectable deserts such as pavlova, tiramisu, key lime pie or fruit salad and homemade ice cream.
Stellenbosch South African restaurant
Do not be misled by the rustic ring to De Volkskombuis’ name. There is nothing even remotely unpolished about this establishment. The restaurant has been around since 1977 and has earned its reputation as a place of fine dining.
The Cape Dutch house - that is the restaurant - is a perfect puzzle piece in historic Stellenbosch with its white washed walls and front garden. The restaurant also has its Voorkamer which serves as a private dining room for special occasions, conferences and private parties.
Guests will be thrilled to find that although the menu boasts a fresh interpretation of traditional South African cuisine, none of the authenticity of the old favourites like Boland Bobotie, Braised Oxtail and Malva Pudding is lost. Furthermore, the menu has wine suggestions with each dish – a treat for wine and food pairing enthusiasts.
Not only does De Volkskombuis promise a gastronomic experience of note, but also an impressive, if not, wildly indulgent, wine and beverage selection that could hold one’s attention for hours. Choose from the best locally and internationally sourced wines of every blend, including sparkling wines and Champagne. A selection of cigars rounds off the restaurant’s offerings.
De Volkskombuis is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Elands Bay Seafood restaurant
Draaihoek Restaurant offers West Coast visitors a fine dining experience with breathtaking views. The menu changes occasionally to blend in with the seasonal and freshest ingredients. The Chef often creates a small Taste Menu.
The menu adopts the traditional flavours of South African cuisine with a contemporary style. The breakfast menu is a great day starter; lunch offers tasty light meals of pita breads, salads, chicken dishes and light seafood dishes; while dinner offers I-can’t-choose South African meals. the wine selection has been put together with a lot of careful thought.
Edenvale Seafood restaurant
For a stylish setting in which to enjoy superb seafood and mouth-watering grills, Fahrenheit more than provides.This upmarket, fine dining establishment skilfully manages to retain the warmth and friendliness of more informal eateries while providing a superior dining experience. This is thanks, in part, to the attentive and approachable staff who have an in-depth knowledge of the offerings and will gladly advise.The cuisine is superb and the menu is well-designed with something to suit everyone.Fahrenheit Seafood and Grill is a wonderful night out for any occasion!
Sandton Fusion restaurant
Be transported to a different time and place in the midst of the city that, as soon as you walk through the doors, disappears. The elegant, yet Old World ambience and interior, provides a dinner setting that envokes peace and tranquility. The quaint pub area and the beautiful garden and pond provide kick-back-and-relax spaces and the passion that goes into the cuisine served here is unmistakable. Amazing Indian cuisine can be tried here.
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