Pioneers restaurant finds itself in the historic Parsonage Street in the “Gem of the Karoo” – town of Graaff Reinet. Parsonage Street boasts the most national monuments than any other street in South Africa. A dream come true for a foodie with an interest in history.
The restaurant itself is housed in a national monument that is part of the history of the town. Guests can choose to be seated in any one of the four dining rooms, on the stoep or outside in the garden.
Patrons can appreciate the beauty of the landmarks while delving into Pioneers’ a la carte menu. There is good honest food on offer with a few adventurous dishes to satisfy a more demanding palate. Signature dishes include Baby Beef Bombay, Kudu Schnitzel, Rolled Fillet with banana and ham filling covered with an aromatic curry sauce.
Pioneers has become synonymous for a good evening out- hosting Karaoke and Jazz evenings. In summer, the shaded beer garden is an oasis in the Karoo.
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