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Edgemead Steakhouse restaurant
Ashley's is a unique owner-run restaurant that specializes in optimizing and perfecting the family dining experience. The first thing you see when you walk in is a big smile from either the owner or one of the staff members. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and, as the name suggests, you immediately feel like you're with family.
Ashley's offers a wide variety of dishes including delicious seafood, steaks, burgers, pasta, pizzas, ribs and chicken. A special carvery is served on Wednesdays from 6 pm to and on Sundays from 11.30 am to 3.30 pm. Ashley calls this "mamma se kos", translated "mom's food". Look out for daily specials and excellent deals.
The restaurant is child friendly with its own kiddies birthday club and a kiddies menu which is also available for the not-so-hungry adults. There is a children's play area, a baby changing station and high chairs for toddlers.
The restaurant also caters for functions with a range of menus to choose from. Unpretentious, warm and back to your roots is what you'll experience at Ashley's.
Stanford Continental restaurant
The food at Blue Gum Restaurant is classic and simple, yet exciting, emphasizing the basics. Wholesome, fresh ingredients and produce and quality sauces and stocks. Blue Gum creates food that looks exceptional and tastes amazing.
The chef and the staff always strive to make meals memorable. Excellent cuisine, discreet service and pleasant atmosphere are top most priorities. Wines that both compliment the food and excite the taste buds are recommended with every meal, thus allowing visitors to explore and discover more about South African wines.
Blue Gum has an imaginative cellar of great South African wines and concentrates especially on wines of the surrounding Stanford and Hermanus areas.
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.
City Bowl Halaal restaurant
Cafe Zorina is bathed in understatement as you walk in the door. The interior is simple, yet elegant, but unpretentious. The main point is that the restaurant serves Halaal foods, and specializes in it.
The restaurant is a popular venue for business meetings because of its atmosphere and quality produce. Breakfast and lunch is served and guests have a choice between lighter meals and some of the more filling Indian dishes.
Here you will be able to have a laid-back lunch right in the middle of Cape Town. They serve quality food at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant is open from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm during the week, and closes at 2:30 pm on Saturdays.
Claremont Continental restaurant
Bustling with contented chatter and aroma of freshly cooked breakfasts, Saturdays welcome lazy breakfasts and languid lunches tucked away on 41 3rd Avenue.
Fantastic mountain views, freshly baked confectionaries and nooks and crannies brimming with crockery, old signs, shelves and delicious preserves secure a mood of relaxation and indulgence.
Noted by an elite few as the serving the best Chai Lattes in town and mouthwatering breakfasts such as bacon and Brie croissants, scrambled eggs and omelets, this little Capetonian Gem is waiting to be discovered.
Century City Steakhouse restaurant
Cattle Baron is a true South African institution and does not fail to deliver on quality, quantity and affordability.
This steak ranch serves up traditional favourites with the emphasis on steak, steak and steak. The menu offers a wide variety of meats, served with rice, baked potato or chips and the famous complimentary creamed spinach and sweet butternut. A must-try is the melt-in-your-mouth Chateaubriand - thinly sliced fillet flambed at your table served with sauce bèarnaise. For the really ravenous diner, there is the 600 g Fat Tuesday rump or sirloin and the famous Carpet Bag filled with hickory smoked mussels and cheese.
Vegetarian pastas and a vegetarian platter are also available to non meat eating guests, and on top of this, Cattle Baron offers a really cool kids menu filled with great dishes and awesome dessert options.
This restaurant will stay a family favourite for a long time to come.
George Continental restaurant
Renowned for their unusual combinations, this light airy restaurant revives the palate with the likes of fluffy omelettes with Chinese-style chicken dressed in tangy Hoison Sauce for an interesting twist on the traditional omelette.
With an extensive Ala Carte menu serving breakfasts and lunches, Conservatory at Meade House delights the senses with succulent steaks and grilled fish or delectable teas and coffees complimented with moist cakes and freshly baked muffins.
Whether delighting in a light lunch or simply relaxing with a cup of tea, Conservatory at Meade House will soothe away the day in an idyllic setting oozing with character and grace in one of the oldest homes in George.
Cape Town Continental restaurant
This cosy restaurant bustles with activity and holds a unique feel.
The décor is warm and various celebrity photos adorn the walls contrasted by the white tablecloth setting.
The open plan kitchen invites diners into the culinary experience, where the likes of continental and local dishes grace tables in generous portions.
The lovely outside terrace makes ideal spot for frothy cappuccinos and a morning paper.
Mossel Bay Continental restaurant
Situated right on the beach front in Mossel Bay and surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of The Garden Route, Delfinos Restaurant serves African food with a view.
The extensive menu boasts a large variety of food from seafood to pizzas all beguiled in South African flavours. With complimenting coffees warming the palate, Delfinos (as the name suggests coffee) entices with lighter meals such as pitas or tramazzinies, hearty portions of pizzas or pastas and scrumptious fried breakfasts with options for healthier alternatives such as cereals and yogurts.
Flattered by unsurpassed views dining indoor or alfresco, Delfinos makes for a pleasant day out enjoying the refreshing breeze and South Africa tastes.
Tyger Valley Waterfront Steakhouse restaurant
Tyger Valley Waterfront
This proudly South African restaurant is a favourite among families and serves up hearty meals at affordable prices.
Dros has an extensive menu and dishes include cheesy pizzas, succulent steaks, certain speciality meals like lamb shank and eisbein, and much more. Kids are well catered for with their own menu and an amazing play area fitted with jumping castles, games, playstations and kiddies tables and chairs. Birthday parties can also be catered for.
Dros is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of beverages including the best South African wines and beers. The dessert menu mustn’t be overlooked and is the ideal way to end off your meal.
Here you will experience true South African hospitality and awesome food.
Stellenbosch Continental restaurant
Break away from the city scenery and settle in for a tranquil breakfast, tea or lunch at Hillcrest Berry Orchards Restaurant. The discovery of this little gem delights patrons who seek a quiet spot with good food made from produce which can be purchased on the way out.
Hillcrest is hidden along the scenic Helshoogte pass in Stellenbosch and overlooks the Drakenstein and Jonkershoek mountains. In warm weather meals are best had on the shaded terrace while colder weather calls for the fire to be lit in the farm style restaurant.
With the berries being their business, the berry-licious menu does not disappoint. Hillcrest breakfast specialty is a divine combination of its own honey roasted muesli, home-made yoghurt with berry compote along with other traditional options and a grand selection of pastries. While lunch choices are lighter, with menu items such as quiche, pastas and soups, one cannot help but be tickled to taste an interesting home-made gooseberry and ginger ice-cream for dessert.
Allergy prone individuals will be happy to discover that their dietary requirements are suitably catered for with options that include wheat and gluten free bread and soya milk alternatives.
Hillcrest is also home to a deli where much of the farm’s produce such as breads, jams, fresh or frozen berries and other delicacies may be purchased.
Constantia Cape Malay restaurant
The Jonkershuis is situated in the historic core of the Groot Constantia Wine Estate, overlooking the Constantia Valley Vineyards and with Panoramic views across False Bay.
Being situated in one of Cape Town's 'Big 6' destinations allows Jonkershuis to offer groups and individuals more than just a memorable dining experience. Enquire about a trip through the historic Manor House or a Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour of the Groot Constantia Cellars. There are also fantastic views of the Peninsula from the historic Baths high on the estate for those energetic visitors.
Relaxed and inviting, dine alfresco overlooking False Bay and Groot Constantia Manor House underneath the oak trees or in the Jonkershuis courtyard under the grape vines. Inside dining is elegant and informal with the double-sided fireplace adding warmth and grandeur during those chilly winter months.
Situated next to the main restaurant is a room with two large wood burning fireplaces at each end, a wooden ceiling and stable doors leading to the historic core and wagon courtyard, a perfect spot for groups wishing a more private area or a wine tasting to accompany dinner.
Bistro-style dining with a Cape Malay influence characterises the stylish and varied menu. The emphasis is on flavour, using the best local ingredients and fresh produce from boutique suppliers wherever possible.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 09h00 to 22h00, and on Sundays from 09h00 to 16h00. From 15 May to 15 August, the restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday, from 09h00 to 16h00 - the kitchen closes at 16h00 and then serves deserts and cheeseboards from 16h00 to 17h00.
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Bellville Steakhouse restaurant
Kings Steakout offers good food in a relaxed family-style atmosphere. The menu is varied and diners are spoilt for choice, but the house speciality remains the succulent steaks, perfectly prepared all the time. King's also serves poultry, pork and seafood dishes. There is an awesome kiddies menu with a difference and the restaurant is fully licensed.
Knysna Continental restaurant
This newly decorated oasis is renowned for quality food and price list. Small and intimate setting offers secluded privacy or bustling companionship around the continental style buffet just off the hustle and bustle of the main road.
Linger around enjoying good food and company before browsing walls lined with local arts and crafts. Maureen’s is a relaxing retreat from the daily hustle and bustle of life.
Cape Town Cape Malay restaurant
Located at the vibrant Clock Tower Centre, Rooti’s Cape Malay says what it does - colourful Cape Malay cuisine brimming with flavour and full-bodied spices prepared in traditional ways.
Dine alfresco or sit within the relaxed surroundings dining on traditional dishes such as rootis, denningvleis, koeksisters and smoorsnoek.
Serving breakfast, lunch or dinner, enjoy the historic flavours of the Cape at Rooti’s Cape Malay.
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