West Coast South African Restaurants

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!Khwa ttu Restaurant in Yzerfontein

!Khwa ttu Restaurant

Yzerfontein South African restaurant in Yzerfontein

Located on Grootwater Farm, !Khwa ttu Restaurant entices with lighty, hearty and creative dishes picked fresh from the garden and baked fresh from the oven. Housed in a 40 seater restored original farmhouse, perched on the hills, diners enjoy dining with a view and cooling tea garden complimented by famous vineyard wines. The menu focuses on fresh products, homemade breads and decadent cakes. Weekends beacon 3-course meals and imaginative deserts. Enjoy culinary creations from resident Swiss chef and a menu filled with hearty creativity at !Khwa ttu Restaurant in Darling.

Big Creek Spur in Vredendal

Big Creek Spur

Vredendal South African restaurant in Vredendal

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.

Boesmanland Plaaskombuis in Langebaan

Boesmanland Plaaskombuis

Langebaan South African restaurant in Langebaan

For a sumptuous feast of the finest traditional South African food in hearty portions, try Boesmanland Plaaskombuis.A delectable buffet proffers the best in South African cuisine and the finest, freshest seafood. Whether you fancy meat, fish or shellfish, this friendly eatery has wonderful options for each. Though licensed, bringing your own wine is welcomed.Set in a stunning location on the lagoon, fantastic views go perfectly with the fantastic food!

Bosduifklip in Lamberts Bay


Lamberts Bay South African restaurant in Lamberts Bay

For a unique veld dining experience in true West Coast style, try the open-air Bosduifklip restaurant, situated 4 km from Lambert's Bay next to the tarred Clanwilliam and Lambert's Bay road. Here, along the old winding road in the heart of the Sandveld, surrounded by ancient rock-formations and concave cliffs - the whole caboodle - mums and dads, oumas and lighties, neighbours and friends, can linger undisturbed, relax and savour a way of life long lost in other places.Take your pick from a wide variety Sandveld and seafood dishes sizzling off the coals - crayfish and mussels, snoek and sweet potato, lamb on the spit, salads, plassbrood, konfyt and sweet dumplings - then wash it down with steaming coffee. But in the end it will always be the rhythm of the concertina and guitar; perhaps a quick-step or two in the old stone kraal under a starlit sky and fond memories that will bring you back to the Bosduifklip time and time again."On their farm Kobus and Aletta Engelbrecht are cooking up a storm of Sandveld cuisine, add to well-prepared Bosduifklip food a starlit sky and a spot of "wikkeling die boude" to music on a concrete dance floor, and the sophistication of the city loses much of its appeal" Lannice Snyman, Getaway Magazine.

Breeze Restaurant in Langebaan

Breeze Restaurant

Langebaan South African restaurant in Langebaan

The Windtown in house restaurant, called ‘Breeze’ combines healthy and natural cuisine with local delicacies. The restaurant distinguishes itself with dishes like springbok, ostrich and lobster. But you’re also very welcome for a quick bite like a hamburger. South Africa is well known for its high quality wines and the ‘Breeze’ wine list offers you a special selection to accompany your meal. A nice example is our Reynecke wines, which are renowned for their special delicate flavor as well as their biological production process. For beer drinkers we offer a very special range of beers from a local micro-Brewery in Darling. To make everything complete, Windtown offers a communal ‘braai’ (barbecue) once a week.

Die Rooi Granaat in Yzerfontein

Die Rooi Granaat

Yzerfontein South African restaurant in Yzerfontein

Owned and run by Evert Smit and Marais Ziervogel, this South African-style restaurant is loved and favoured by locals and visitors to Yzerfontein alike. The selective menu is written on a blackboard daily and Chef Evert prepares each chosen meal deliciously. Marais embodies true South African hospitality and guests end their dining experience with a friendly chat with the onwers. Die Rooi Granaat is open for dinner from 7 pm. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

Evita Se Perron in Darling

Evita Se Perron

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Dine on roast lamb, veggies and salad concluding the meal with Evita’s famous koeksisters or malva pudding. With bellies full and palates content, submerge yourself in lighthearted ambiance and performance at Evita Se Perron at the old Darling Railway Station.

Geelbek in West Coast National Park


West Coast National Park South African restaurant in West Coast National Park

Tasty food with a Cape Malay influence in hefty portions is what you’ll find at this wonderfully laid back and friendly venue.Set within a Cape Dutch farmstead, a national monument, which is brimming with history, this unassuming yet award-winning eatery proffers superb options like classic Malay curry, chicken pie and fresh mussels served in a deliciously creamy sauce.In good weather, a garden at the back provides a perfect spot for al fresco dining, shaded by the many trees.An award-winning winelist is the perfect finishing touch for a relaxing and extremely enjoyable fine dining experience in a beautiful setting.

Groote Post Restaurant in Darling

Groote Post Restaurant

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

You can't get more local than the lamb grazing along the country road on the way, or a springbok in the veldt. The herbs and vegetables come from the garden at Trinity Lodge, their guest house in Darling. Debbie and Shaun, who runs the restaurant with her, are a formidable husband and wife team. Both are professionally trained - Shaun at the Johannesburg Hotel School, Debbie at the Cordon Bleu School in Johannesburg and Prue Leith’s in London. Need to know? Open for lunch only - Wednesday to Sunday, Ccosed on Mondays and Tuesdays, closed on Christmas day, New year's day and Good Friday. Dinner by arrangement

Kaijaiki Country Inn Restaurant in Yzerfontein

Kaijaiki Country Inn Restaurant

Yzerfontein South African restaurant in Yzerfontein

Step into a bygone era at Kaijaiki Country Inn Restaurant. The Old World and rustic interior is scattered with historical bric-a-brac. The cellar-type restaurant has wooden floors and ceilings and sets a romantic atmosphere for your dining experience. René Bosch has created a menu with a huge dollop of South African influence and a dash of his native heritage of Netherlands. Choose from West Coast crayfish or duck breasts, to springbok medallions as your main meal. The restaurant is closed on Thursdays and is only open for dinner, from 7 pm until late.

Lelieblom Farm in Darling

Lelieblom Farm

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Hearty South African cuisine with a traditional twist awaits diners in the cosy comforts of a barn, perfectly located for festive lunches and gracious dinners. Immerse the palate in roasts, seasonal Waterblommetjie stew, boboti and rice, home-made chicken pie, curried Tripe (on request) amongst others, served with a variety of vegetables and fresh farm salads followed by sweet delights. Located on the outskirts of Darling, Lelieblom Farm offers old time favourites around large family tables, perfect for celebrations or gatherings. Take a lazy stroll breathing in the fresh country air after a languid lunch viewing the untouched and tranquil surrounds of Swartland Farm, Darling.

Paternoster Hotel Restaurant in Paternoster

Paternoster Hotel Restaurant

Paternoster South African restaurant in Paternoster

For an excellent spot to enjoy simple and tasty meals, try The Paternoster Hotel. A terrace provides a lovely area for al fresco dining with a laid-back and casual atmosphere to match, while inside the restaurant patrons can dine in a more formal setting. The staff are attentive and wonderfully swift and ensure a great time is had by each and every patron.

Pearly's Restaurant in Langebaan

Pearly's Restaurant

Langebaan South African restaurant in Langebaan

Located in the stunning Langebaan Lagoon, as close to the beach as you can get, is Pearly’s Restaurant. A perfect spot for any occasion, diners can watch the kitesurfers by day and enjoy spectacular sunsets in the evenings. A full a la carte menu includes a variety of breakfast options as well as seafoods, pizza, pasta, grills and unique Pearly specialities. Stunning views, fantastic food and superb service make Pearly’s a must-try.

The Linen Room Restaurant in Darling

The Linen Room Restaurant

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Located a few hours drive from Cape Town, Darling invites nostalgia immersed in a bygone era and the flourishing orchards of local wine estates. Modern South African cuisine and a touch of European flair work seamlessly in complimenting the outstanding local wines. The Linen Room Restaurant provides an unforgettable taste of picturesque Darling. Booking essential.

Trinity Lodge in Darling

Trinity Lodge

Darling South African restaurant in Darling

Large bay windows open Darling and invite her scenic vistas into every meal. The menu proffers relaxed South African cuisine with tranquil alfresco dining under the African sky amidst lush gardens the perfect setting for romantic interludes. Try the salmon trout served on a potato cake for starters, followed by lamb shanks with cannellini beans and two-nut chocolate torte with vanilla ice cream. Enjoy cooking of the highest standard complimented by fine Darling wines at Trinity Lodge

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