Wellington Restaurants

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Apalachee Spur in Wellington

Apalachee Spur

Wellington South African restaurant in Wellington

There are over 237 local Spur steak branches and 28 international ones. Spur offers hearty and satisfying meals with great value for money. The steak ranch is famous for their classic burgers made from AAA-grade beef, served with the crispiest chips and Spur’s own recipe for the tastiest onion rings. Every branch is lively, vibrant and incredibly family friendly. There is a kiddies menu and a lovely entertainment area for children. The food is generously portioned, extremely tasty and brilliantly priced.

Country Fiesta in Wellington

Country Fiesta

Wellington Continental restaurant in Wellington

This restaurant is unique in both look and feel. The arty interior and stark colours create a vibrant setting in which diners can enjoy great, unpretentious food that does what its supposed to - just taste good. The restaurant is mainly used as a function venue and caters for weddings, corporate functions, birthdays and pretty much any special occasion. Choose your own menu to complement the special event - slow-cooked traditional goodness is the speciality here.

Festa Huis Kombuis in Wellington

Festa Huis Kombuis

Restaurant in Wellington

Situated next to the elite wedding venue, Kleinevalleij on the Bainskloof Road, Festa offers a unique experience with its breath taking views of the Wellington Mountains. With a traditional menu and local produce we offer a unique Winelands experience. Craft Beers and homemade products give you that extra homely feel in this beautifully restored barn. Whether you take a seat outside on the veranda surrounded by our vineyards or inside at an oak table lit up by a crystal chandelier, our staff will welcome you and make sure you experience the true warm personality which the Wellington hospitality sector has to offer. With our gourmet coffee station and local wines we make sure your experience with Festa leaves you coming back for more.

Grove Manor Restaurant in Wellington

Grove Manor Restaurant

Wellington Light Meals restaurant in Wellington

This beautiful, stylish, yet relaxed restaurant is situated in the beautiful wine route town of Wellington. The restaurant offers a wide selection of lunchtime dishes and platters, as well as an extensive and comprehensive wine list that feature vintages from the area, as well as less known varieties.

Linda's Kitchen in Wellington

Linda's Kitchen

Wellington South African restaurant in Wellington

A ride out into the picturesque Bainskloof area near Wellington calls for a long lazy stop at Linda’s Kitchen. Here guests are promised the best country style cuisine in a cosy environment. The outdoor deck seating is all about the view. With the mountain range as backdrop and the Witte river in close proximity, the Bainskloof Corner Lodge is an ideal setting for that gourmet country meal. Head chef Linda Trautman’s signature dish is the slow cooked Lamb neck in red wine sauce served with sautéed broccoli and fine green beans and steamed basmati rice. The perfection in this dish lies in the fact that it is slow cooked over a wood burning fire. The restaurant has a local wine list that supports the Bainskloof region.

Seasons in Wellington

Seasons

Wellington Contemporary restaurant in Wellington

Seasons is a contemporary restaurant located in the Wellington winelands at Diemersfontein Estate. The restaurant boasts breathtaking views of the Paarl mountain ranges and well known landmark, Paarl Rock. Guests to Diemersfontein can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at Seasons. The second storey balcony is the ideal spot for a casual brunch or lunch while enjoying the beauty of the Estate’s surroundings. The summer and winter menu is influenced by the availability of the freshest seasonal produce. Popular menu items include Prawn and Avocado Tortellini, Lamb Knuckles or lighter options like the Roasted Garlic and Goats Cheese Risotto. And who can resist trying the Espresso Creme Brule or Toffee Springrolls with a dark rum syrup for pudding? The restaurant’s wine list supports the best on offer of surrounding regions. Snack platters cater for those who visit the estate for wine tasting. Guests also have the option of enjoying the estate’s stunning setting to the full with a gourmet picnic.

The Oude Wellington in Wellington

The Oude Wellington

Wellington South African restaurant in Wellington

Oude Wellington’s charm is hard to resist. Ideally situated on a working brandy distillery in the Cape Boland, the restaurant offers great dining that reflects the best of cape hospitality. In winter the thatched restaurant offers a cosy setting with fire places while warm summer days call for meals to be enjoyed under the oak tress with views of the vineyards. The country menu offers traditional fare with a contemporary twist that incorporates the freshest seasonal ingredients. Divine starter choices to the likes of Biltong soup and Snails in Phyllo on Tzatziki await guests. Mains on offers include rare delicacies like Rabbit casserole as well as old traditional favourites like slow roasted Lamb Shank. The wine list comprises wines from the Oude Wellington Estate as well as prized potted brandy and Grappa.

The Perfect Place in Wellington

The Perfect Place

Wellington Bistro restaurant in Wellington

Situated just on the outskirts of Wellington’s town is the charming eatery The Perfect Place. Here guests easily buy into the Turkish proverb that is on the menu: “Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love” The bistro style restaurant offers a relaxed and casual atmosphere with all of the olden day frills. The historic Victorian building that houses The Perfect Place dates back to 1890 and doubles up as an antiques shop. The menu is simple offering easy day time food like sweet and savoury pancakes and other tea time items. Visitors with more of an appetite will enjoy the Trio of Sausage. The restaurant also has a wine list that supports vintages from the region. The Perfect Place is a lovely stop for a nibble while visiting the Wellington winelands.

Twist in Wellington

Twist

Wellington Country restaurant in Wellington

This unique restaurant is situated in an old farm barn that gives it a warm and cosy, and wholesome feel. The ambience is friendly and inviting and the passion that is put into the business, the people and the food really shows. Seasonal dishes are offered on a blackboard menu to optimize the use of the ingredients available. Diners can enjoy typical farm-style cuisine with a gourmet twist. Try the wild boar, apple and sage burger patty on a panini topped with onion marmelade and gorgonzola cheese and served with sweet potato fries. For vegetarians, there are dishes like the red pepper filled with barley mushroom risotto and feta.

Twist Some More Restaurant in Wellington

Twist Some More Restaurant

Restaurant in Wellington

Twist Some More is located in an historic barn on the Hexenberg farm in Wellington. It consists of a restaurant, a lounge bar, a pantry and a catering division. Here you will find a fusion of delectable meals, with an ever changing menu. All meals are slow cooked with lots of love, and in winter you can enjoy a scrumptious, hearty dish by the roaring fireplace. There is a tree house, a sand pit, a boules court and plenty of space to unwind and relax with friends and family.

Two Dine For in Wellington

Two Dine For

Wellington International restaurant in Wellington

This great, traditional restaurant is situated in the heart of the beautiful town of Wellington, part of the much visited wine route. Two dine for is unpretentious, yet offers style and simple elegance to diners. All kinds of dishes are served, making sure that every palate is catered for. The house speciality is worth a mention though - the Open Lasagne, sheets of lasagne with basil pesto, chicken strips, grilled vegetables and parmesan. The pasta is homemade and this adds to the authenticity of the taste and flavours. The steaks are also legendary and the most tender cuts are cooked to perfection, which means, to your liking. Try a delectable cheese cake for dessert and wash down your meal with a great vintage from the area. Definitely worth a stop on your way through the wine route.

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Bean In Love in Paarl

Bean In Love

Paarl Coffee Shop restaurant in Paarl(8 km from Wellington)

This fun artsy coffee house is situated in Paarl and serves light snacky meals and delectable aromatic coffee straight from Ethiopia. Being a florist, a gift shop and a quirky bistro and restaurant in one lends it a unique vibe so akin to this part of the world.

Café Antionette in Franschhoek

Café Antionette

Franschhoek Light Meals restaurant in Franschhoek(8.9 km from Wellington)

Flanked by majestic mountain views and rolling manicured gardens, Café Antionette offers a nostalgic dining experience in formal or casual surroundings. The menu offers light meals, South African and International flavours while summer beacons picnics on the sprawling lawns surrounded by fynbos gardens on the slopes of Franschhoek Mountain. Take a tour of the French Huguenot Museum before or after visiting Café Antionette.

10 Chapters Wine Bar in Paarl

10 Chapters Wine Bar

Paarl Tapas restaurant in Paarl(12.1 km from Wellington)

This cool and contemporary wine bar cum restaurant serves a delightful array of tapas, pub food and light meals. As is naturally suggested by the name, you can pair any item with amazing wine of your choice. Regular wine tastings are held. 10 Chapters serves breakfast, lunch and early dinners. Booking is advised.

 

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