Stanford Deli restaurant
Completely built of stacked limestone blocks in 1892, the Spookhuis is a local landmark and legend in South African history. It is the home to our daytime café on the water and a magnificent venue and setting for weddings, family events and conferences.
Delicious gourmet picnics, homemade baked good, soups, jams, chutneys and organic produce are available. Our wine cellar highlights the Hemel en Aarde and Walker Bay wine regions, including Creation, Hamilton Russell, Bouchard Finlayson, Sprinfontein, Raka and Jackson's.
Muizenberg Deli restaurant
Kitch Kombuis in Muizenberg Village is owned by local personality, passionate restauranteur and people person, Derek Harrison. Everything that Derek ploughs his efforts into seems to be infused with his personal brand of magic, from the deliciously different smoothie selection, through to the furniture he’s chosen to decorate his new restaurant with. Not only is Kitch Kombuis a coffee shop with a difference, everything inside is for sale, not excluding the very table you’re seated at.
Taking its inspiration from European coffee stations, the coffee shop is located adjacent to the Muizenberg train station. With a counter full of healthy baked treats and delicious sarmies, Kitch Kombuis is designed as a meeting place, greeting place and ‘grab a bite before leaving on the train’ place. Great emphasis is placed on serving excellent coffee and providing light snacks, baked and made by members of the Muizenberg community. Young bakers and pastry chefs deliver fresh snacks daily, while Derek and his assistant whip up excellent coffee and more-ish smoothies.
Enjoy a freshly baked selection of croissants, veg pies, quiches, wraps, gourmet sarmies and sweet pastries from breakfast through to lunch.
Muizenberg Deli restaurant
Tucked away in a tiny shop in Muizenberg Village, master baker Hasan produces the most delectable artisanal bread and pastries from his tiny bakery, La Petite Boulangerie. A favourite with locals, the quality of the baked goods at this hidden gem is world class.
Most of the deli is taken up by industrial ovens, but there is enough seating at the counter and in the tiny courtyard for a quick coffee with friends. Designed more as an express bakery, pastries such as croissants and muffins call from the counter. Locals flow in to collect their daily bread, still warm from the oven, as others gather and catch up on local news.
Famous for their exceptional bread, La Petite Boulangerie supply restaurants all over Cape Town. Stop by for coffee, warm bread and conversation with the Muizenberg Village locals.
Simons Town Deli restaurant
Sucumb to temptation at The Sweetest Thing, the best coffee and patisserie shop in Simon's Town. Choose from a selection of delectable cakes and pastries including cheesecake, lemon meringue and chocolate éclair. The patisserie also offers excellent coffee, breakfast, sandwiches, delicious pies and quiche, all made daily on the premises by Doreen and her friendly team.
Doreen Alcock won the Diners Club National 2008 Dine Award for the Most Promising Pastry Chef Newcomer. The Sweetest Thing has been open for two years and is co-owned by Doreen and her husband Keith. Patrons can enjoy a selection of delectable pastries including, cheesecake, lemon meringue and chocolate éclair. The patisserie also offers excellent coffee, breakfast, delicious pies and quiche.
Restaurants near Whale Coast
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Sandbaai(3.9 km from Whale Coast)
Bamboo Beach is an intimate, beach bistro with a unique ambiance. The menu varies daily, depending on what's fresh and available. Delicious desserts will tempt your taste buds and of course their famous wood-fired gourmet pizzas are to die for. Ever tasted fresh Cape Salmon cooked in the pizza oven with fresh garden herbs.
Hermanus South African restaurant
Hermanus(7 km from Whale Coast)
Take a helping of warm and cosy for ambience with a dollop of comfort food and one is sure to be having a traditional South African meal at Annie se Kombuis. Located on the west coast of the Western Cape, this Hermanus eatery is firm favourite with visitors all year round.
Annie’s is all about traditional South African food. With an outstanding range of venison fillets to the likes of Kudu, Eland, Oryx (Gemsbok), Springbok and Ostrich the menu has exotic appeal. The traditional fare is all the favourites prepared the old fashioned way: Bobotie, Smoorsnoek and Waterblommetjies and many other pies and offal dishes. The Oxtail remains a popular choice. For those that believe in pudding (and rightly so) there’s sweet custard, Malva pudding and Cape Brandy Pudding – hard to resist!
The wine list supports local wine producers of the Overberg region. With a great selection on offer, wine lovers will not be disappointed.
Annie’s also hosts popular music evenings as entertainment for visitors to the sea-side town and locals alike.
Hermanus Steakhouse restaurant
Hermanus(7.9 km from Whale Coast)
With a motto like “Life’s too short for bad food.” B’s Steak House in the seaside town of Hermanus certainly lives up to its claim. B’s has won and been runners up for the Steak House of the Year Award (1999, 2000 and 2001). So, what to expect? Steak prepared to perfection.
The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant has a ‘Sante Fe’ feel with its orange and blue colour scheme which is enhanced by the solid wooden furnishings and airy double volume ceiling. The loft area creates a relaxed post pudding space for guests to linger a little longer and indulge in a good brandy and a Cuban cigar.
And then there’s the steak. With a descriptive chart to guide on preference of preparation, one can be guaranteed that B’s will go to great lengths provide its patrons with steak as they like it. Firm menu favourites include the Chateaubriand and Carpetbagger.
Not only does B’s offer the very best steaks, but as an essential compliment to any steak meal, its wine list is also award winning (Diners Club award).
Visitors also do not have to go home empty handed. Meat products such as steak, wors and biltong as well as a range of sauces can now be purchased from the restaurant’s new butchery counter.