South Africa Seafood 20 - 40 people Dinner Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 20 - 40 people
- Pub Meals
- 80 - 100 people
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.
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.
City Bowl Steakhouse restaurant
This beautiful restaurant is exudes warmth and homeliness and serves up unpretentious, tasty cuisine in a casual, elegant atmosphere.
Custom-designed furniture and soft lighting creates an ambience conducive to a a great dining experience. The menu is anything but extensive but the food that is on offer proves to be of high quality.
Enjoy the signature succulent steak, cooked to perfection, with chips and a side salad. The wine list is a different story, with an ever-changing wine selection that will not disappoint.
A stylish, large bar area opens onto the Heritage Square courtyard and offers cocktails and a comfortable place to kick back and relax. Look out for information on live music evenings when you can use this venue as the base for your night on the town.
Upington Pub Meals restaurant
For something special, try out the Irish Pub and Restaurant, located close to the bank of the Orange River. Restaurant specialties include some delicious Irish grills such as steaks, seafood, pastas and pizzas. These are all complemented with a selection of international beers. Enjoy your grub and drink while taking in a great view of the river.
Durban Metro Grills restaurant
This restaurant is a must-try for visitors to the area and a favourite return-to spot for locals. The menu is large and varied and high quality dishes include a selection of curries, steaks, seafood and poultry. Sushi is also available. A laid-back and relaxed ambience combines with great tasting, unpretentious dishes to ensure an enjoyable dining experience.
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.
Stellenbosch Pub Meals restaurant
For that authentic Irish pub experience give The Brazen Head a try. Situated in the historic university town of Stellenbosch, this local hang out delivers hearty pub grub as well as a lively atmosphere.
Expect a warm hospitable atmosphere, that the Irish refer to as ‘Craic’ is duplicated here with furniture, décor and subtle background music that will have one feel instantly transported to a Dublin Pub.
The pub cum restaurant offers good old Irish food along with traditional South African fare to cater to the palate of its patrons.
Specialty drinks that add a stamp of authenticity include Guinness and Kilkenny, famous Irish whiskeys like Tullamore Dew and Jameson's along with Bailey's.
The Brazen Head also offers great lunch specials, Sunday Roasts and a big screen TV for sport fanatics. The venue also hosts corporate events.
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.
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.
Bellville Steakhouse restaurant
The Hussar Grill is definitely a must-try in the Tyger Valley area. Ideally located in the Willowbridge centre, close to the Barnyard Theatre, this restaurant is the perfect pre- or post-show lunch and dinner spot.
The Hussar Grill offers outstanding quality at reasonable prices. The restaurant prides itself on super grade, grain-fed beef cuts such as fillet, rump, sirloin and T-bone. Usually diners can enjoy great game as well; these include kudu, springok, gemsbok, and eland and the more common ostrich. If you left your inner carnivore at home, you can always enjoy one of the delicious seafood dishes.
A great selection of wine is available, but should you wish to bring your own, no corkage is charged. The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 12 pm until 11 pm and on Sundays from 12 pm until 5 pm.
Hermanus Seafood restaurant
The Milkwood Restaurant is idyllically set in a nature conservation area in Onrus near the coastal town of Hermanus. Here guests can savour the seafood of the area, which is the restaurant’s specialty, as well as delicious venison dishes.
The nature reserve setting provides guests with the opportunity to observe the wild life in action, as well as the luxury of a fabulous ocean view. The wooden deck for outdoor dining is perched on the river bank, which makes for a great summer evening spot. In the evenings the restaurant is transformed into a romantic location with candle light and the sound of the ocean nearby.
The restaurant is open throughout the day serving meals as early as breakfast. Day time treats like cake and coffee are also on offer. The restaurant’s specialty is its seafood. Popular choices are the Line Fish, Seafood Platter and Calamari. The main courses are rounded off well with sweets like Crème Brule and imported coffee and a choice of superb specialty liqueur coffees.
The restaurant gets its name from the stunning Milkwood trees that surround it.
Saldanha Seafood restaurant
Mussel Cracker is situated in Saldahna opposite the harbour. The restaurant is famous for its mouthwatering West Coast mussels, and offers traditional South African cuisine and fresh seafood.
Guests can choose from a wide range of well-priced wines while enjoying the breathtaking view of the twinkling harbour lights over the ocean. The scrumptious dessert menu is sure to satisfy those with a sweet tooth.
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.
Paarl German restaurant
Wilderer Distillery, winner of over 50 of the world’s most prestigious awards, including Grappa of the Year and Double Gold at the World Spirits Festival in Austria. Helmut Wilderer has become a true 'guru' for connoisseurs around the world and personally conducts tastings.
Ristorante Pappa Grappa is run by Helmut’s son, Christian, whose passion for fresh seasonal ingredients, is reflected in his traditional German and Italian dishes. Try their homemade pastas, fresh fish or the parmesan feast; eating fresh pasta out of a 20 kg parmesan cheese. Flammkuchen, a pizza speciality from France, remains a must.
All-in-all this is world-class grappa and eaux de vie, fantastic fresh food, outstanding service at value for money and a great vibe; a rare combination!
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