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Hillcrest European restaurant
This fine bistro restaurant boasts rare classic dishes reflecting various influences from around the globe.
Gracing an elegant ambience bursting with a fusion of flavours, Aubergine and Andreotti’s offer bistro dining at its best.
The décor embraces a contemporary setting perfect for languid lunches and decadently elegant dinners.
Sandton European restaurant
A well known landmark and favourite meeting place for diners, Baglio’s Café embraces delectable delights in the form of European style pizzas and ultimate Italian indulgence.
Casual yet chic, the ambiance is warm and classic Italian with a hint of cosmopolitan. The extensive menu is well catered for with complimenting local and international estate wines.
Situated on the corner of Nelson Mandela Square, diners experience quality value for money cuisine and the art of indulging at Baglio’s Café.
Stellenbosch European restaurant
Set in scenic Stellenbosch and fusing both modern and traditional Cape cuisines, Barouche Restaurant is a must-try dining experience.Barouche provides delightful dining whatever the weather, with a terrace overlooking vineyards for warm summer days or a warm and welcoming inside area for the colder wintertime.Serving the finest of South African as well as international cuisine and using the freshest seasonal ingredients, Barouche is a wonderfully versatile and accommodating place to dine.
Margate European restaurant
This beautiful, unique restaurant's eclectic shabby chic feel evokes a feeling of Old World romance that complements the French-inspired gourmet dishes on a seasonal menu. Daily specials on food and decor are quite a treat, so whether it is a flavourful, melt-in-your-mouth meal, a painting or your chair you want to purchase, you will be spoilt for choice.
Durban North European restaurant
Soak up the adventure of culinary delights as your palate is transported on a journey of classic dishes and diverse selections of freshly baked goods at C’est La Vie.
Enjoy baguettes, croissants, cakes and salads or a classic take on dishes inspired by Brittany and Belgium.
C’est La Vie is a hidden gem off Kensington Drive that will enchant the palate with mouth-watering gastronomic delights. Open for breakfast and lunch.
Hout Bay European restaurant
Relax, kick back and enjoy the warm inviting atmosphere softened by sparkling chandeliers, scattered cushions and sexy sounds. Deli Delish wraps the palate in exotic flavours infused with a traditional twist.
Enjoy sumptuous home cooked foods that pay homage to the roots of flavour and taste, real Moroccan chicken tagine, traditional Malay curries and smooth classic creations of Oxtail and Venison stew.
Signature dishes such as Deli Delish Greek-style lamb burger or prosciutto wrapped fillet and tiger prawns with mango and chilli relish, intoxicate the senses cooled by a glass of boutique white wine harvested straight from 4 of the 7 wine estates in Hout Bay.
With a European ambience spilling out onto pavements shaded by the cool warmth of Fisca trees, patrons enjoy delectable imported or cured meats and cheeses served with freshly baked breads dressed in speciality condiments and pates.
Whether dining alfresco, indulging in delightful combinations or enjoying lazy days savouring homely breakfasts, Deli Delish promises a warm and memorable dining experience that revitalises the soul.
Morningside European restaurant
Nestled between two elegant parks complimented by two dining rooms, terrace and open-air cigar/cocktail lounge, Harvey’s soothes the senses with padded velvet walls, gold ceilings and unique oil paintings.
This award-winning restaurant is housed inside a landmark building with reputation as a nationally known institution. The menu changes every six weeks allowing for a fun and vibrant dining experience.
Peruse the menu while relaxing in the plush dining area or open-air cigar/cocktail lounge. Harvey’s Restaurant will immerse the palate on a culinary journey seduced by every mouthful.
Paarl European restaurant
Laborie definitely knows what it’s doing when it comes to fine South African and contemporary cuisine.
Set in an old manor house, al fresco dining on the terrace with wonderful vineyard views is a real pleasure when the weather is warm.
Enjoy a wonderful slice of life in the Winelands at Laborie.
Nahoon Swiss restaurant
Dominated by beautifully appointed furniture and dark wood panelling, Le Petit Restaurant oozes plush red carpeting, ornate glass lampshades and Swiss memorabilia for an authentic old country dining experience.
For mains, try unusual specialties such as crocodile steak "Dundee", buffalo fillet, and a superb ostrich steak flambé, prepared at the table.
Le Petit specialises in seafood and top grade steak specialities. Conclude the meal with homemade pecan nut pie.
For an unforgettable dining experience with Swiss and French influences, visit La Petit Restaurant – a firm favourite with locals.
Graskop European restaurant
Rosenkavalier Restaurant can be found in the Flycatcher Castle; a grand and elegant setting perched on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment.
This 17th centaury dining experience enrobes the palate with speciality bohemian cooking and classical music for a feast that applauds and satisfies.
Then menu offers soups such as velvety butternut, with a hint of Eastern spices and coconut milk. Starters selections include home made pork terrine, baked black mushrooms with feta and rosemary and a variety of trout specialities such as the fluffy, buttery trout quiche with a delicious accompaniment of fennel, peppers, apple and balsamic vinegar.
Mains delight with Austrian beef roulades with a piquant filling of bacon, carrot and gherkin all served with clove-scented onion rice and fruity red cabbage. Lamb scallopini in a sauce of rosemary and red wine as well as grilled line fish on a bed of spinach and steamed potatoes.
Dessert enrobes the palate with layers of aromatic almond biscuit soaked in custard and alternated with tropical fruit compote the ultimate, “to-die-for” Castle dessert and steaming rice pudding with lemon curd and sour cream.
Discerning palates can enjoy breakfast and lunch in beautiful surroundings at the Flycatcher Castle in Graskop.
Kalk Bay European restaurant
With its Mediterranean feel, trees and open air space, Sirocco has all the right ingredients for long, lazy lunches in the sun. Situated on the Main Road in Kalk Bay, Sirocco is a seasonal restaurant that only opens in Summer, specialising in fresh food.
There are decadent and healthy options on the menu for breakfast, with freshly squeezed juices and baked goods on offer. The menu consists of relaxed yet sophisticated food, from Eggs Benedict to fresh salmon and cream cheese croissants. Gourmet salads are popular choices on the lunch menu, with fresh line fish and calamari competing as favourites.
Draw out the experience with excellent local wines or cocktails and experience the energy and magic in Kalk Bay during season.
Breakfast and Lunch Monday to Sunday, 8am until 4pm from 1 October until 30 April only.
Middelburg European restaurant
Savour true Irish spirit and delightful pub fare indulged by traditional drinks such as Guinness, Kilkenny and Irish whiskies.
Freshly prepared cuisine graces the menu blended with upbeat music and contented chatter in the background.
Try the traditional Irish stew, liver and onions or the whisky and mushroom rump steak followed by a baileys crème brûlée for desert.
The Brazon Head invites an authentic Irish experience, superb wine list and traditional fare for a unforgettable taste of Ireland.
Midrand Swiss restaurant
Housed inside the Swiss Club boasting a relaxed culinary experience, The Courier Restaurant extends its reputation as one of South Africa’s top restaurants.
The menu entices with exotic Alpine dishes in a light and spacious interior heightened by splashes of vibrant red and white palate.
Diners enjoy the versatile interior dining on delights such as bratwurst and rosti with onion gravy and the famous Courier Club sandwich.
Mains wets the appetitive the snails in pastry, beef tartar served with spicy condiments, and the pork schnitzel served with potato salad or French fries concluded by melt-in-the-mouth apple strudel.
Summers invite languid dining alfresco on the large terrace scattered with tables, umbrellas flanked by attractive enclosed garden.
Enjoy a fine dining experience in tranquil and relaxed surrounds at The Courier Restaurant in Vorna Valley, Midrand.
Durban Central European restaurant
With a timeless essence wrapped in a mellow old-world setting, The Royal Carvery peruses the palate with sophisticated cuisine capturing the traditional elegance of English gourmet dining.
Situated in pulse of Durban central, this grand Hotel offers unsurpassed views of the city and yacht mole lit by the ambient lighting of the city at night and flickering candlelight for intimate experience second to none.
Serving traditional English gourmet cuisine, diners can expect a traditional intimate dining experience set in the heart of Durban.
Century City European restaurant
This beautiful, funky, contemporary restaurant is situated in Century City and is open from Monday to Saturday for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Here you will find loads of wine and beer specials, live entertainment, sports day specials accompanied with an awesome vibe every Saturday, and a great function venue for private get-togethers.
The menu is simple but extensive and all dishes are very reasonably priced. Diners can find anything from wraps, sandwiches, and burgers to delicious filling breakfasts on the menu. A definite must-try is the classic favourite, Steak, Egg and Chips, comfort food at its best. Other traditional dishes include mash and peas, fish and chips, chicken cordon blue and the pasta of the day.
If it is a great vibe, reasonable prices, friendly service and hearty food you are after, this is the place to go.
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