South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 250+ people
- 20 - 40 people
Melkbosstrand Seafood restaurant
This unique seafood experience proffers a unique theater experience, enjoyed by families, romantics or festivities.
Die Melkbosskerm offers a true West Coast feast and hospitality, with mouth-watering delights such as mussels with sauce, smoked and grilled fish, Cape lobster, and many more succulent dishes.
Hearty appetites can indulge in potjies with mixed seafood and Waterblommetjie bredie when in season, dunked with fresh home made bread or jams.
Whether it’s a romantic dinner for two, a family outing or a bunch of friends chilling, Melkbosskerm is an unforgettable dining experience.
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.
Table View Contemporary restaurant
On the beachfront, Doodles is landmark in the Table View area. Open for nearly twenty years, it affords patrons some of the best views in Cape Town – Table Mountain, the city, the fabulous new FIFA 2010 world cup soccer stadium, Robben Island and the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Its relaxed, beach bar vibe and history make it a favourite for locals.
The outside deck is the perfect place to chill, whatever the weather. On those perfect balmy Cape Town days sit under the warm African sun and feast on seafood or a selection from the grill. Alternatively, on those blustery days, when the outside deck is protected by the awnings diners can watch the wild sea while feasting on a variety of the fabulous fare on offer.
With a varied menu, including breakfast, fresh seafood, gourmet grill items and pizzas, there is something for everyone at Doodles. There is live music on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, making Doodles a lively place to enjoy a fabulous meal, while taking in the wonders of Cape Town.
Moreleta Park Contemporary restaurant
Set on the Kimiad Golf Course, Taste Restaurant and Bar is an intimate and popular choice for local residents and golfers. The interior exudes a relaxed and stylish ambiance, with walls adorned with original art and a crackling winter fireplace. In summer diners can enjoy picnics on the lawns shaded by enormous trees and on cooler nights the stylish interior or outside terrace overlooking the golf course beckons.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
La Playa is one of the more trendy eateries in Cape Town's V & A Watefront. This Greek owned cafe/restaurant offers diners the best in upbeat, vibrant cafe lifestyle, with spectacular views and delicious food.
La Playa offers diners a selection of Greek influenced dishes that include Rosemary infused lamb and Greek milk tart, as well as a wide selection of breakfast dishes. It the prime spot for those looking for somewhere to sit back, take in the atmosphere of the Waterfront and marvel at the fabulous views. Trendy and modern but relaxed, La Playa is reminiscent of European cafe style cuisine and ambience. Frequented by locals as well as visitors to the city, it gives a glimpse of typical Cape Town life.
This funky fun cafe is the place to see and be seen. With a lively atmosphere and great food La Playa is relaxed, trendy and offers patrons European style and service in a very Capetonian setting. With views out over the mighty Atlantic Ocean, there is no end of beauty to indulge in while sipping on a cool cocktail and nibbling on something sublime from the menu.
Harrismith Country restaurant
Enjoy fine dining and gourmet cuisine in this beautiful restaurant, set in an Old World-style building. The ambient lighting and relaxed atmosphere contribute to an excellent dining experience. A three course meal is served every day and the menu changes with the seasons. The signature dish is Beef roll with pumpkin risotto and caramel served with new potatoes. Booking is essential as the restaurant can only seat 20 diners at a time.
Tulbagh Contemporary restaurant
Pielow’s restaurant is a gem of fine dining located in the quaint town of Tulbagh. This intimate and elegant eatery promises guests fine food in a stunning setting.
The restaurant forms part of the Oude Herberg guest house. Its tiny dining room exudes ambience with its quiet sophistication. In the summer the courtyard offers the best seating for a late evening of food and drink with friends, or an afternoon bite while watching the town’s rugby team in action.
The contemporary menu incorporates the best local produce that can be sourced. Popular dishes include the roast pork with caramelised apples and the rack of lamb with home-made mint sauce. The list is vast with a great selection of local wines.
Guests can also enjoy the fact that the restaurant has its very own patch of vineyard and bottles its own home groen shiraz and sauvignon blanc under the Pielow’s label.
Hermanus Seafood restaurant
Quayside Cabin is not your average restaurant. This fresh seafood eatery is a transformed shipping container with an array of eclectic items placed all over. Quayside Cabin has the most envied location in Hermanus, with prime positioning in the new harbour overlooking the activities of the harbour and ocean.
This is a causal and charming space where the service is friendly and banter is encouraged. Apart from the pleasant service, this is most certainly the best place to experience fresh fish and catch from the harbour straight into the pan. With the limited space available, it amazes one how effortlessly this type of quality of food is presented each time.
Come rain or shine, Quayside Cabin is open. Summer days are spent enjoying the sea breeze and in winter the blinds are lowered and heaters strategically positioned for a cosy meal.
Seafood is what’s on the menu so don’t head to the harbour if you are looking for a rare steak. Split a platter to taste all the starters, choose one of the hot pots, or pick the best fresh-off-the-boat fish dish. Kiddies have a small selection of meals to cater for the whole family.
Lunch: 12 noon - 4:00 pm, Monday to Sunday;
Dinner: 7:00 pm - close, Monday to Sunday.
Tamboerskloof Country restaurant
When you walk into this quaint little gem you will be transported to a different era, to a time when things were simpler, classier and more wholesome. Tamboerswinkel is situated in the Old World suburb of Tamboerskloof in Cape Town, right in the shadow of majestic Table Mountain.
All the food is made with the freshest, top of the range ingredients ensuring flavours that come to life in the wide variety of dishes. Try an imaginative salad or a gourmet sandwich that will not leave you wanting. Share a snack plate over chit chat and be sure to try the scrumptious rotisserie chicken.
The blackboard menu changes daily in order to optimize the freshness of the ingredients and the understated flair of the food. A range of delectable sweet things are available and together with a brooding, aromatic coffee your craving will be taken care of.
Warm wooden tones, a friendly atmosphere and food that could have been [re[ared by that favourite granny - this restaurant will take you back to all things good.
Springs Grills restaurant
The Grill Room is also open to the general public.
The menu has been extended to not only serve meat, but also delicious kingklip with a very special dill sauce, the most succulent chicken schnitzel and finger licking good spare ribs. Prawns are also a favourite of many of the guests. We serve light lunches for the not so hungry and in-a-hurry guests from 12h00 noon.
The meat is sourced from Chalmar Beef where the animals are grain fed. The meat is then aged for at least 21 days. Using our secret basting sauce which was acquired in 1979, the meat is grilled to perfection and served with a starch of choice and either vegetables or salad.
The Grill Room is still famous for serving the best steaks in town.
Parkmore Contemporary restaurant
This vibrant restaurant is situated in an old car workshop and can seat only 40 diners, making it intimate and bustling at the same time. Modern interiors reminds of the building's previous use and the comfort food served here adds to the social ambience. The menu is seasonal and always serves one meat dish, one fish dish and one vegetarian dish for every starter and main. Enjoy your favourite drink with your food in this fully licensed, unique 'chop shop'.
Sea Point Grills restaurant
Located up a side street in Sea Point, The Wooden Shoe is a steakhouse in the traditional sense complete with a small following and rumoured to be the second oldest steakhouse in Cape Town.
That being said, don’t expect luxury or fussing over you service, this hole in the wall eatery is all about steaks and character décor complete with clogs adorning the walls.
The tiny kitchen hosts legendary steaks, prepared by an overly worked and glowing owner who caters and indulges a local following and in-expensive wine list.
Hout Bay Seafood restaurant
Wharfside Grill, regarded as one of Africa’s best seafood restaurants exudes a bustling maritime ambience that transports you onboard the decks of historic ships and their sea-faring days.
Here you can indulge in the taste of exotic seafood such as Lobster, Crayfish and Kingklip while marvelling at nautical artefacts and local sea life. The private deck scattered with umbrellas is the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine while enjoying the stunning scenery and vibrant harbour atmosphere.
The Wharfside Grill boasts seating for 350 hungry shipmates and six intimate and private dining cabins capture the character and flavour of historic ships such as Queen Mary, Union Castle and the infamous Shipwreck who fell victim to ravages of the Cape Storms.
The extensive menu offers an impressive selection of Lobster, Prawns, Calamari and freshly caught fish including chicken and succulent steak while vegetarians can enjoy harvest from the land onboard the Landlubber’s Luck.
Alongside the extensive menu, you can explore the excellent variety of Cocktails, Spirits, Beers, Ciders and Wine. The Wharfside Grill is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is within easy access from Cape Town, Fish Hoek and Constantia Nek.
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