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Durbanville Pub Meals restaurant
Alberto’s is a quaint and bustling owner-run pub and restaurant in the middle of Durbanville. The restaurant has a laid-back, comfortable feel to it and here you can simple sit back and relax with your favourite pint and great food.
The restaurant has both a smoking and a non-smoking section inside and a big, outdoor smoking section in the garden. The garden also has an awesome play area for the little ones and this makes the establishment perfect for a family lunch.
The restaurant serves mainly traditional, hearty, comfort food and dishes include a range of great, succulent steaks, burgers and even the popular eisbein. Must-tries are the homemade chicken pie and the proudly South African bobotie, a Cape malay dish with mince meat, egg, raisins and curry spices.
This restaurant offers good food, a lively, bustling comfortable ambience, great service and an all-round enjoyable experience.
Century City Portuguese restaurant
This beautifully decorated restaurant captures the heart of the Portuguese culture and tradition. As you walk in you feel right at home in the midst of earthy tones, solid wooden tables and finishes that reminds of the open-hearted, adventurous spirit of the Portuguese people.
The food provides quality and comfort and range from the popular Espatadas to mouth-watering seafood dishes. The bustling, vibey atmosphere just adds to a wonderful dining experience.
Braza is open seven days a week from 11:30 am until late and is an absolute must-try.
Kommetjie Pub Meals restaurant
Located along Main Road, this popular local haunt specialises in great British pub grub with a wide range of local and international beers.
The ambiance bustles with activity and the festive vibe makes it the ideal location for alfresco pub lunches while watching the game.
Live music on Saturdays and Sundays.
Goodwood Indian restaurant
Enjoy some of the best Indian food on offer at this beautiful, opulent restaurant in the Grand West Casino complex. The atmosphere is vibey, yet sophisticated and the service is personalized and warm.
The décor is simple, but stunning, with teak Indian furniture strategically placed to maximize space but keep a cosy feel. The open kitchen allows you to watch as your meal is prepared and this feature adds to the social aspect that this restaurant offers.
The dishes are mainly North Indian and favourites like butter chicken and lamb rogan josh are not to be missed. If you are up for a challenge, try the lamb vindaloo, a very, very hot curry with succulent pieces of lamb that delivers in both flavours and spice.
The wine list is extensive and you will find something to accompany every dish. This Indian restaurant gets ambience, flavours, service and excellence just right.
Somerset West Portuguese restaurant
This tavern-style restaurant offers a relaxing atmosphere that exudes the warmth and welcoming feel that a true Portuguese establishment should have.
The menu is simple but delightful and offers dishes that will leave you satisfied - with sticky fingers no doubt. Dishes include almost all the peri peri favourites and the grilled meats are served after being cooked to perfection...and taste. Try the awesome, conversation-starting espetadas, cubed pieces of succulent meat that drenches the chips below in the wonderful flavours of the sauce and basting it was prepared in. Other dishes include the traditional chargrilled chicken and the melt-in-your-mouth prawns.
The interior is filled with Portuguese memorabilia, rustic wooden benches and wooden tables, all surrounding the central fireplace that lends a cosy feel to the room.
The wine list comprises good South African bottles, and even some imports from Portugal.
Bredasdorp Pub Meals restaurant
Fiddler's Green is located on Church Street, in Die Bars in Bredasdorp. This is a very casual and lively establishment with a restaurant and bar area. The menu offers pub-style dishes and the bar is a-buzz with specials and shooters. The staff are friendly and one can really take their shoes off and feel at home.
Newlands Pub Meals restaurant
Forresters Arms is situated in the beautiful leafy suburb, Newlands, and is known by the locals as Forries. The popularity of this place is a phenomenon that is easily understood when you experience the vibe, ambience and food.
Simple dishes are offered, but where the food lacks in imagination, it makes up for in portion size and quality. Deliciousness is what you can expect. In summer you can enjoy sitting in the awesome beer garden while the kids make full use of the play area.
Forries is usually packed when sports are showing and the atmospere is bustling. The menu is fairly large and the dishes very well priced. Enjoy burgers, chips, pies and even a Sunday carvery.
Cape Town Pub Meals restaurant
JC Brasserie and Pub is located at the Best Western Cape Suites Hotel and boasts home-style cooking and vegetarians options.
The menu serves tasty breakfasts and lunches, with Thursday burger specials and assorted hearty meals and light finger food the rest of the week.
JC Brasserie and Pub is a warm and welcoming place with hearty home-style cooking set beneath the sparkling lights of City Bowl.
City Bowl Pub Meals restaurant
This popular, typically Irish pub is located on the bustling Long Street strip in Cape Town. The vibrant, bustling, friendly atmosphere ensures a good time, every time. Here you can enjoy Guinness and Pilsner on tap, as they should be, as well as your favourite sport on the flat-screen TVs. THis vibey spot usually has live music every night of the week. The menu is simple with hearty dishes that brings a little piece of Ireland to the Cape. Traditional potato and leek soup with homemade Irish soda bread, crispy pork served on a bed of stir-fried veg and egg noodles with a sweet chilli sauce and Guinness battered fried calamari strips with salad, chips and tartare sauce are just some of the dishes you can enjoy.
Somerset West Pub Meals restaurant
This family run restaurant and bar is lively, happening and just downright warm and inviting. Here you can let your hair down, have a 'whatevers', and enjoy delicious, unpretentious food.
The heart of the restaurant is the beer garden where you can relax under the trees and enjoy your drinks and meals. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and 'in-between anytime' snacks are served. Start with a hearty breakfast like a filled-to-the-brim omelette or any one of the variations on the traditional English breakfast on the menu.
Starters include cheesy garlic breads, chicken livers sauteed in a peri peri sauce and served on toast, snails, mussels, crumbed mushrooms and delicious, smothered nachos.
A separate pizza menu is available, but the house specialities are recommended. Pickled eisbein, juicy pork loin ribs, a steak and Guinness pie, and even a vegetarian pie form part of the main menu. For the ravenous there is a 400g T-bone steak served with a sauce of your choice, veggies and starch.
Old Bridge Tavern regularly hosts live music acts, comedy acts and sporting events on the big-screen TV, so it pays to enquire.
Belvedere Portuguese restaurant
Warmed in shades or burned orange, golden yellow and striking floral drapes this cool restaurant tempts the palate with exotic selections of Portuguese dishes and traditional fare.
Seduce the senses with a starter of Caldo Verde - a traditional soup with potatoes, kale and sliced Chorico, perfect for cold winter evenings or the Prego Frenchado - cubes of pan-fried steak served with a wine sauce mopped up with delicious bread to soak up the heavenly homemade sauce. For main course, the Bacalhau Assado - grilled salted codfish - prepared in true Portuguese fashion and served with baby potatoes, strips of green pepper and a vinaigrette sauce will explode the palate.
Now into its ninth successful year, O’Pescador Restaurant knows what it takes to keep the belly satisfied – excellent food, great service and mouth-watering flavours!
V and A Waterfront Pub Meals restaurant
V and A Waterfront
One of the most famous restaurants in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is Quay Four. Patrons can choose between the tavern downstairs which serves good pub grub and seafood, or Upstairs @ Quay Four, which offers diners a more sophisticated eating experience, overlooking the bustling harbour.
With live music every night, Quay Four’s Tavern downstairs hums with activity all year round. The water laps the edge of the restaurant, and diners are usually treated to a show from the harbour’s resident seals while they enjoy a cold beer, thirst quenching cocktail and feast on a delicious meal. There is selection of light meals, salads and traditional pub grub – one of the most popular dishes is the traditional fish and chips. There is also a huge variety of fresh seafood, including oysters, mussels, prawn, crayfish and fresh line fish, as well as a selection of seafood platters. For the more carnivorous diners, there is a delicious range of fine cuts of meat from the grill.
Upstairs the focus is on fine dining. Diners can feast on a choice of lobster, fine seafood. All meals are complimented by an outstanding wine list, as well as superior service. Quay Four prides itself with its reputation for good, fresh food and friendly service, and time and time again it delivers.
Knysna Indian restaurant
This cheerful authentic Indian restaurant delivers a variety of beguiling tastes within a split-level setting with cool al fresco dining to soothe the palate.
Serving traditional Indian cuisine with a variety of mouth-watering curry dishes on mopped up with fragrant flavoured garlic or butter naan breads made in the traditional clay oven.
Delight in spicy Mumbai with starters of Tandoori Chicken and Chicken Tikka made in the clay oven. The food is meticulously prepared by experienced & qualified chefs from India all served with ethnic style in copper kadai, handis, tavis and balti.
Somerset West Pub Meals restaurant
This typical Irish-style establishment is situated on the Erinvale Estate and offers a relaxed, kick-off-your-shoes environment. Right next door is a pool next to which guests can enjoy one of the creative cocktails on a summer evening.
Skelligs offers an extensive menu and one of the more creative dishes is the blue fig steak, succulent steak topped with a rich blue cheese sauce and finished with sliced preserved figs. Be sure to try the lamb chops as well, four cutlets in a classic red wine jus.
For the less adventurous palate there are traditional favourites to choose from such as the grilled line fish, the pasta of the day, a delicious steak and Guinnes pie, hearty bangers and mash (just like mum made it) and even a Cape Malay chicken curry.
Enjoy a festive atmosphere, friendly service and great, hearty food that is reasonably priced at Skelligs.
Pearly Beach Pub Meals restaurant
This is one stop you have to make when you are in the Overberg area. Tucked away in the small farming town of Baarskeerdersbos, Strandveld Pub is a hive of activity and local produce. Strandveld often caters for functions and is part of the Baarskeerdersbos Art Route.
The historical building was originally a school back in 1920 and has been redone to join the small communities of the area and have fun with good music and good food. The home-style food is affordable and tastes like it came from your own kitchen and braai.
The owners are very hospitable and genuinely nice people to chat to. They make sure that their guests are happy and have all they wish for. They also accommodate private functions and have been known to host the odd wedding.
For great hospitality, real people and mom’s cooking, Strandveld Pub is an excellent spot to stop by. Look out for their regular specials and functions. Please call for further information.
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