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Bela Bela (Warmbaths) Seafood restaurant
Bela Bela (Warmbaths)
It's a kind of 'fishy' tale: There once was a man and his wife who loved the sea, but further away they couldn't be. They decided to work on a master plan, and just about then they met another young man. This savvy fellow shared the dream. So they continued the journey as a team, to bring you the fish, some cooked, some shelled, all the way to the bushveld. But it wasn't easy as I'm sure you can tell. They needed the help of another good pal. He showed then the way to a special place, which is now known as De Zee Meeuw Huis. Where family and friends can come and a see, why gulls would be sitting in a kameeldoring tree."
I literally drooled when he told me that they have a live oystertank! I told him that I would throw tons of Tabasco sauce, lemon juice and pepper in there, get in and leave my table manners at home - Gremlin style!
Soooo, if you are ever in the area, go and have some feeeesh! Kapeeesh?
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.
Mossel Bay African restaurant
This authentic African café embraces culture and warmth with delectable meals and traditional hospitality. Offering an array of delights alongside hearty traditional cuisine, Emqolweni Kamama Café tempts the palate with loveliness.
Enjoy a relaxing traditional meal while kids have fun in the play park before setting off to experience the culture and hospitality of the traditional Songoma followed by a refreshing Mqomboti (traditional beer) before being swept away by the enigmatic soul of the traditional dancers.
Emqolweni Kamama Café is cultural retreat filled with traditional surprises for a truly inspiring dining experience.
Marshalltown African restaurant
Awesome African cuisine in a vibey setting is what you will find here. Urban African food rules the menu and the aim is to create dishes that you will find in any South African home - with flair. The interior is stylish, yet comfortoble and all in all, the entire space and vibe just invites relaxation and urban chic style.
Century City Health restaurant
Osumo provides a much-needed healthier approach to food, especially in today's stressful fast-paced life. The key to this outlet's success is that they make healthy food exciting and tasty.
Osumo offers everything you can think of, from great health breakfasts, beautifully prepared mains and an amazingly creative kids menu to energy boosting smoothies and delectable hot drinks. Breakfast includes dishes like warrior oats which contains raw oats, low fat bulgarian yogurt, grated apple, hemp powder, walnuts, goji berries and honey. Osumo puts the power back in the consumer's hands by rating the dishes according to their benefits. The warrior oats, for example, is high in protein and considered a super food.
Main meals are anything but boring and delicious combinations of certain healthy ingredients can be enjoyed as salads, in wraps or on bread. One example is the sticky plum chicken consisting of free range chicken breast strips, danish feta, fresh avo, rosa tomatoes, carrots, greens and homemade fat free sticky sauce.
Put the tasty back in healthy - give Osumo a try.
Umhlali Health restaurant
Tucked away within the lush surrounds of Hybrid Living Centre along Old Fort Road in Umhlali, Sage Café and Deli invites a warm and relaxed setting brimming with health conscious dishes that nourish and heal.
A balanced and orchestrated opportunity to taste appetising meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, perfectly created for the health conscious diner.
The expansive menu starts with a Norwegian breakfast layered with potato cakes, Norwegian smoked salmon, crème fraiche and wholegrain mustard dressing or sinful buttermilk flapjacks served with caramelised seasonal fruit, plain yoghurt and maple syrup.
For lunch try the Mediterranean chicken bagel burger - a marinated grilled chicken breast fillet with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion and tzatziki or the chicken, lemon, thyme and zucchini risotto perfectly balanced with balsamic rocket and parmesan shavings.
Alongside healthy and wholesome meals, diners immerse taste buds in fresh, locally produced coffee, the finest Belgium pastries and decadently moist homemade muffins.
Visit Sage Café and Deli for a healthy take on dining wrapped in the natural and inspiring surrounds of the Hybrid Living Centre in Umhlali.
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