South Africa Accommodation
South Africa Seafood Bustling Dinner Restaurants
- Light Meals
- Cape Provencale
Stellenbosch Fusion restaurant
Once upon a time, long long ago, there was a beautiful Victorian house in a small, romantic little town. It was situated at number 5 Ryneveld Street - a place we now call home.
When conceptualizing our new restaurant, we became aware of the special qualities of the number five. Five is the number of harmony and balance. Five is the number of perfection. Five is the number of senses in the human body - touch, taste, smell, hearing and sight. Five is the number of basic tastes - sweet, sour, salt, bitter and umami.
Our restaurant comprises five rooms namely the dining room, study, library, bedroom and radio lounge.
We welcome you to 5 Ryneveld, where we will provide you with an exciting dining experience, stimulating your five senses by exploring the five basic tastes.
5 Ryneveld is a cute and quirky meeting place for those embracing a playful and sophisticated atmosphere. It will be shaped by the friends, family and other warm-hearted people who meet, eat and play there.
Welcome home...welcome to 5 Ryneveld.
Mount Pleasant Fusion restaurant
This upmarket and cool restaurant serves quality food and unobtrusive service with an ever-changing menu offering delights ranging from side portions, mains, sexy salads and decadent deserts.
Start with the pork fillet stuffed with spinach, feta and peppadews wrapped in smoked bacon, served with sautéed potatoes and apple cream. Meze platters compliment social affairs brimming with cold meats, cheeses, gherkins, pickled onions, bread sticks and rustic bread.
For a healthy fish options go for the Mediterranean meze with popcorn prawns, calamari, marinated mussels, fishcakes, taramasalata, curried mayo, rustic bread and sundried tomatoes.
78 Restaurant and Bar provides the perfect setting for breakfast, lunch and dinners with interesting cuisine and cool ambience to compliment the meal.
Port Nolloth Seafood restaurant
This rustic venue serves delicious food in large portions. The menu focusses mainly on seafood dishes and a special mention is owed to the stuffed calamari tubes that literally melt in your mouth. There are, however, quite a few options available for meat lovers and vegetarians as well. Delectable traditional desserts are served and a predictable but good wine list is on offer. The vibe at Anita's is a must-experience.
Camps Bay Light Meals restaurant
The ideal setting for light meals and sunset cocktails. Bar 1 is a cool and spacious venue with live music entertainment on most nights. Diverse seating includes outside tables, comfortable couches, indoor dining tables and indoor couch and coffee tables to suit every need. Cool, chic and classy but sandy toes straight off the beach are welcome. Signature cocktails, square pizzas, nachos, prego rolls, hamburgers, salads and wraps are some of the highlights on the menu.
Fish Hoek Seafood restaurant
Barracudas secures a location on Beach Road, with floor to ceiling glass windows to maximize your view and a relaxed ambiance to match your mood.
The décor inspires a fresh, contemporary and natural feel with splashes of aqua and coral.
The expansive wine list works perfectly with the well-balanced menu, which brims with seafood and various South African meats.
Try the Springbok Carpaccio - thinly sliced springbok served with melon, kumquat and pecorino shavings.
Move onto the Barracuda Platter layered with grilled fillet of hake, 4 queen prawns, deep-fried calamari served with savoury rice, vegetables and Beurre Blanc.
Sweeten the palate with a mouth-watering try coupe tutti fruity (vanilla ice cream, mixed fruit, praline, whipped cream, nuts and granadilla sauce).
Barracuda makes an ideal spot for fresh seafood, great views and bustling ambiance whether it be lunch or dinner.
Simons Town Seafood restaurant
Soak up the authentic harbour flavour while enjoying extensive South African fare right on the waters edge of Bertha’s Restaurant. Pass the time away in a relaxed, warm and informal setting with picturesque views extending across the yacht harbour and False Bay.
Serving the freshest seafood and using only the finest ingredients, Bertha’s Restaurant caters for long lazy lunches and lingering cocktails before being swept away by the romance of the night.
Watch the sunset spill out onto the terrace then pamper your palate with Golden Calamari Strips dressed in a chilli coriander and mango jam before tucking into the catch of the day grilled and served with lemon butter and a choice of rice, salad, mashed potato or chips or seasonal vegetables.
The extensive menu offers platters, meats and poultry, burgers and pastas including vegetarian and salads alongside the most dense and moist Malva pudding smothered with butterscotch sauce and served with cream or ice cream.
Housed on the picturesque water edge fronting the old Town Pier, Bertha’s Restaurant will sweep you off into the sunset with delectable food and soul soothing scenery.
Millers Point Seafood restaurant
Nestled unobtrusively on one of the most scenic coastlines in the Cape, conveniently just outside Simon's Town and en-route to Cape Point, this historical building, once a whaling station, ensures the perfect setting for an idyllic lunch or evening experience. During "whale season", guests often enjoy their meal whilst watching whales cruising along the coastline. Established as a restaurant for 27 years, the Black Marlin has earned a reputation for its stunning seafood, award-winning wine list, attentive service and incredible views.
The garden, with its 100-year-old Camellia Japonica tree and unparalleled ocean views, offers "al fresco dining" or, one may choose to dine within the restaurant. There is also the option to dine within our large glass enclosed function room which offers spectacular views and a huge open grill, where one can watch the vast array of seafood being cooked to perfection.
The Black Marlin offers an extensive menu with the main emphasis on seafood, complimented by the other choices of fine contemporary cuisine. House specialities include Cape Rock Lobster, kingklip spit (grilled kingklip wrapped in bacon and served on skewers), sesame prawns served with peanut satay sauce, seafood platters, oysters and mussels. Through the many years of providing top quality fresh seafood and impeccable service to the locals and foreign tourists, this restaurant has become world famous. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable and highly trained
Humewood Seafood restaurant
This unique restaurant is set in The Chapman Hotel in Port Elizabeth. Enjoy your meal inside, or on summer days and evenings, dine alfresco while taking in the beautiful views. Blackbeard's Lookout and Seafood Tavern is also the ideal location for functions. The restaurant is fully licensed and caters for vegetarians and kiddies as well.
The restaurant was named after Blackbeard the Pirate, who was born in Bristol as Edward Teach. In 1718, he was killed by Lieutenant Richard Maynard in a deadly battle.
Besides offering guests amazing seafood dishes, other a la carte options are available, including meat, poultry, vegetarian and Italian dishes.
Humewood Seafood restaurant
Blackbeards Restaurant is the oldest restaurant in Port Elizabeth specialising in seafood. This is a family owned restaurant that has sustained its quality and professional service. Apart from the a la carte seafood menu, Blackbeards also offers a variety of meat, poultry, vegetarian and Italian dishes. The restaurant also caters for various functions. A buffet is served on a Sunday. Keep an eye out for the daily specials.
Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 09:00;
Saturday to Sunday: 07:30 - 10:00.
Monday to Sunday: 18:00 until late.
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.
Gardens Fusion restaurant
Brimming with eclectic décor, quirky artifacts and nostalgic nick-knacks, Bombay Bicycle Club creates a space fit for a gypsy with a wild bohemian attitude and uplifting vibe.
The menu caters with fun and relaxed food comprising of soups, pastas, carpacious, fillets and tangines washed back with a well suited bottle of wine.
Try the meltingly tender slow-cooked springbok shank or lip licking sticky ribs!
The gorgeous interior oozes comfort, cosiness and attitude, giving the eye plenty to look at while enjoying the fruits of Bombay Bicycle on Kloof Street, Gardens.
Sandton Fusion restaurant
This restaurant exudes distinct French flair present in the stylish décor and pavement style eating approach typical of a Paris café.
The menu satisfies with seasonal ingredients and decadent imported delights, infused and created with culinary flair.
Transport the palate on a culinary adventure with conscious awareness on carbon footprint and eco living at Café Maude.
Central Light Meals restaurant
Café Zanzibar is a coffee shop come restaurant with an Island-style vibe. The menu offers light meals and the bar has a happy hour that is really four hours long, from 3 pm to 7 pm. Café Zanzibar has regular live entertainment, may it be jazz, DJs or open mic nights. This happening place is a great hangout.
Camps Bay Seafood restaurant
A lively and trendy seafood restaurant, Fish Market, Teppanyaki and Sushi bar, Cape Town Fish Market captures the heart and sole of true seafood cuisine!The decor is carefully designed with modern, solid, clean lines combined with photos adorning the walls of the rich history of the Cape Town Fish Markets of old.An extensive menu offering both South African and Japanese cuisine, diners can select from classics like fish and chips, or more unique dishes designed with creative flair by skilful chefs. A sushi bar, complete with conveyor belt will satisfy any sushi lover. Authentic sushi chefs can be observed as they create such sushi classics as fashion sandwiches, California rolls and salmon roses.For Patrons who don’t fancy fish, CTFM can provide. With meat, poultry and vegetarian options on the diverse menu, everyone is guaranteed a great meal.An entertaining dining experience, CTFM Camps Bay is host to communal ‘Hibachi’ tables where diners can watch skilled chefs prepare their meal right in front of them!With a stunning location in Camps Bay; white sandy beaches on one side and gorgeous mountains views on the other, CTFM is a memorable dining experience.
Century City Seafood restaurant
Cape Town Fish Market is definitely part of the South African vocabulary by now and this family friendly franchise continues to serve up hearty dishes at reasonable prices.
Diners can enjoy great seafood, and a wide variety of it, cooked to their preference. Amazing sushi options are also available and the restaurant even offers take away sushi platters to enjoy at home.
Try the stacked Dorado with prawns, spinach, feta, sun-dried tomatoes and olive tapenade or the simpler, but equally tasty crayfish with lemon butter. For the non fish eater there are options like tender sirloin steak and delicious lamb cutlets. Top this off with a bottle of your favourite wine and a melt-in-your-mouth sticky toffee pudding with ice cream and you are sure to leave satisfied.
Cape Town Fish Market ensures a great dining experience that tends to suit the pocket.
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