Western Cape Restaurants Western Cape Overview
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Plettenberg Bay International restaurant
Bomo Terrace embraces alfresco dining at its best, cradled by the lapping ocean, mysterious backdrop of the Outeniqua Mountain and positioned on the extensive terrace for alfresco sophistication at its best.
Begin the day with silky Eggs Benedict or crispy croissants layered in fresh butter and preserves or a delicious Boma terrace brunch complimented by the warming sun and enigmatic beauty of the bay.
Bomo Terrace inspires reconnection and welcoming faces guided by the protective spirits seen everywhere over the doorposts in Bali.
Newlands Continental restaurant
Located on the corner of Main Road and Dean Street in Newlands, Bon Fromage specialise in good bread, cheese and coffee.
From freshly ground homegrown coffee to freshly baked almond sacrosains, baguettes, rye and croissants, paired with irresistible combinations and a touch of South of France ambiance.
Lime washed French doors and French setting sets the mood for escapism while irresistible cheese platters and artisanal cheeses from around the world pair perfectly with the affordable and quirky wine selection.
Wilderness Pub Meals restaurant
Visit our friendly pizza lounge and pub in Wilderness, near George, South Africa. It is the perfect place for you and your friends to come and hang out after a day of travel and adventure in the Western Cape. Come and enjoy a great time with great people and great food within our cozy surroundings. A fireplace will warm you up during winter time. We have ongoing events through out the year to keep your party life in shape.
Our thin, crispy base pizza bases are renowned, topped with lots of the freshest toppings. A groovy, relaxed atmosphere where everyone can relax and enjoy good friendly energy. Kids are welcome with their own 'Kidz' bench and colouring books.
Tuesday – Thursday
16:00 till late night.
Friday – Saturday
12:00 till late night.
Open from 13:00. Closed on Mondays.
December – January
Open 7 days a week at 12:00.
Cape Town Bistro restaurant
An unfussy menu inspired by the famed grill rooms of cultural centres such as Paris, New York and Chicago, offers prime meat cuts, half free range chicken, seafood and pasta dishes.
Staples include the mussels (served steamed in white wine, mascarpone cheese, garlic and herbs), prawn cocktail (a pre-nouvelle cuisine classic served with avocado all year round), macaroni and cheese pot (a more-ish must), lamb cutlets (served with mushy peas), Bouillabaisse (classic French seafood soup) and crème brûlée (a perpetual crowd-pleaser).
Knysna Pub Meals restaurant
Known as one of Knysna’s top restaurants blended with old world charm and housed in a quaint 1848 year old manor house, Boogies Restaurant charms the palate and senses with original and unique dishes much suited to the characteristics of this old manor house.
Charming and unique, patrons can dine on daily specials or experience cuisine from the menu taking in the fresh breeze on the veranda under the shady oak tree. If intimate dining suits the taste - cosy up to the crackling fireplace warmed by original yellowwood and Oregon pine floors for a wintery warm experience.
Rondebosch Italian restaurant
Renowned for superb thin and crispy pizzas and warm, convivial atmosphere, Borruso’s in Rondebosch is a must for Italian food lovers.Daily specials feature on the chalkboard and are well worth taking advantage of. An extensive selection of pizzas and wonderful pasta dishes make up the bulk of a well-planned menu, catering for a variety of preferences. A good selection of wine provides the finishing touch to your meal.Rustic wooden tables, murals and a veranda sheltered from the elements create a quaint traditional look.A warm welcome with friendly service, great food and great wine awaits you at Borruso’s.
Franschhoek Bistro restaurant
Located in the breath taking beauty of the Stellenbosch winelands Boschendal Wine Estate offers its visitors Le Café for a laid back breakfast or lunch venue.
The eatery is housed in the original slave quarters of the farm. Enjoy a light summer lunch or tea time treat in the cool that the canopy of ancient oak trees provide. Parents will appreciate the lawn as a place of play (amongst the ducks) for the children. In winter guests will feel right at home indoors in front the cosy fireplace.
The restaurant has a change of menu at winter, when warm bredies and Bobotie are called for. The summer offerings include home-made lemonade and the best scones. Other menu items include omelets, Quesidillas, salads, and quiche. Desserts range from cheese cakes to Ice –cream Sundays and Pavlova.
The restaurant also has a selection of Boschendal’s finest wines to round off lunch.
The estate also offers deli style picnics (Le Pique Nique) and houses a buffet restaurant (Boschendal Le Restaurant).
Franschhoek Continental restaurant
Boschendal Wine Farm offers the perfect solution for a laid back family lunch that doesn’t require having to keep the kids tamed at an indoor table. The establishment’s Le Pique Nique area allows visitors a picnic style lunch with a basket filled with delicious delicacies.
With the beauty of Stellenbosch as a backdrop, the wine farm ambience and the ideally shaded area under the fragrant pine trees, a summer’s day picnic lunch is the ideal way to spend time in the Cape wine -lands.
The wicker baskets boast a selection of pates, French bread, cold meats, cheese and biscuits. The Boschendal wine list is also available and offers a selection of the farm’s finest wines. And just to ensure that one’s Boschendal picnic experience is absolutely perfect, coffee and dessert are served from the gazebo. The deli also caters for children.
The picnic baskets are catered for at a flat rate per head and booking is essential.
The estate also has a café (Le Café) and a buffet restaurant (Boschendal Le Restaurant).
Franschhoek Cape Provencale restaurant
Located on the Boschendal Wine Farm in the picturesque wine-lands countryside of Stellenbosch, Boschendal Restaurant offers grand buffet style lunches.
The buffet restaurant is housed in the original wine cellar
Guests can expect an array of dishes that lean towards French / Cape cuisine. The menu changes every three days which ensures that the restaurant’s exceptional standards on food quality are maintained. As a general rule patrons may look forward to roasts, seafood dishes, imaginative salads and a dessert table that caters for every sweet craving. The farm’s own selection of wines is available to be enjoyed with the restaurant’s offerings.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the farm’s national monument and museum, the Manor House.
Booking is essential at this popular venue.
The estate also offers deli style picnics (Le Pique Nique) and a café (Le Café) for a more casual eating experience.
Lamberts Bay South African restaurant
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.
Paarl Fine Dining restaurant
Sumptuous global cuisine awaits you at this upmarket venue set within a beautiful old manor old house at Paarl Rock.
Enjoy succulent crayfish, tender veal fillets and decadent desserts, all in wonderful culinary creations full of flavour and using the finest ingredients. Select your wines from an award-winning list full of the best that South Africa has to offer.
Flawlessly professional service adds the finishing touch to a sophisticated and elegant dining experience.
Calitzdorp South African restaurant
Bosvark offers rustic charm, inviting the outdoor in. A tranquil and laid-back atmosphere is what you will find here. A British pub feel set against the backdrop of breathtaking scenery is what awaits. A great Karoo-style menu, and a great beverage and wine list is available.
Simons Town South African restaurant
Experience Pacific - Rim Cuisine at it's best. Our Australian chef Sean Kiely brings together the fusion of international cuisine using fresh local produce.
From humble beginnings, and after a period of being one of Simon's Town's best kept secrets, Boulders Beach Restaurant has grown to be recognised as one of the top restaurants in the area. Our menu features Pacific Rim Cuisine, by Australian Head Chef Sean Kiely, which he studied during his extensive travels through Asia and across the globe.
Complementing the menu are various specials that change on a daily basis, an extensive wine selection chosen by a sophisticated palate and an earthly comfort that won't be ingored.
Robertson International restaurant
Dressed in plush red cushioned chairs and vibrant colours, Bourbon Street swaddles the palate in cuisine influenced from around the globe.
Enjoy delicious fare, alfresco on the wooden deck starting with a Kudu, Springbok and Ostrich Carpaccio.
Transport the palate to spice laden streets of Mexico and Morocco with meals like the chicken quesadillas wrapped inside two flour tortillas topped with melted cheddar or Moroccan Lamb and lentil dish with a feta and yoghurt sauce.
For a taste of Russia, escape to Moscow and delight in smoked Salmon pasta tossed in Vodka and a dill sauce dressed with capers and parmesan.
The palate sings a chorus tucking into chicken Athena tossed with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and feta or the Prawns parmigiana sautéed in garlic, wine and parmesan.
Meat eaters ravage the prime beef espetada laced with green peppers, mushrooms and bacon drizzled with butter. End the meal with a choc chip mountain drenched with ice cream and a hot fudge sauce.
Bourbon Street satisfies the most discerning palate with global cuisine and eclectic charm in Robertson, just off Route 62.
Cape Town International restaurant
Designer seating flanked by exposed brick walls and an avant-garde nouveau décor, Bowl entices with a well-versed Mediterranean menu and great wine choice.
Try the asparagus risotto or chilli-beef fried noodles and the tasty lemon and coconut steamed mussels for starters.
Then move onto heartier choices such as Duck confit, slow roasted pork with noodles, and Salmon with a Thai crust.
Bowl serves breakfast, lunch and dinner within designer surrounds or on the terrace perched over the bustling street below.
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