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Restaurants in the Langeberg Valley

Mo & Rose at Soekershof Enquire Now

  Discover MO & ROSE’s country getaway for exploring the Robertson Wine Valley – situated on perhaps the world’s longest wine route the R60/R62 just outside of Robertson in scenic Klaasvoogds West. Nestled at the foot of the Langeberg mountains, enter a magical world – a sensual secret garden inhabited by legions of succulent plants and trees silhouetted against ...

Strictly Coffee Enquire Now

Strictly Coffee began as a passionate persuit of good quality coffee.  This journey continued with the creation of Strictly Cured - a range of traditionally cured meats.  What started out as a hobby, turned into a business.  Strictly Coffee, in Robertson, showcases the Strictly Coffees and Strictly Cured products.  These products can be enjoyed as part of breakfasts, light meal ...

Saggy Stone Enquire Now

Saggy Stone is the original craft brewery in Robertson producing 5 great styles of beer. It is a great weekend pub (open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 11am - 4pm) where you can enjoy their delicious craft beers with what comes out of Jackie's kitchen whilst sitting amongst the plum trees on the farm. Kiddy and pet friendly so the Sunday lunches can be long and lazy! A woodfired pizza oven de ...

Reuben's Restaurant At The Robertson Small Hotel Enquire Now

The masterly hand of Reuben Riffel has designed a menu filled with seasonal freshness and innovative dishes that make this the most exciting restaurant in the region. The emphasis is on producing the ultimate synergy between texture, flavour and juiciness in a myriad of dishes to suit every palate. The diverse and delectable dishes served in the restaurant will, needless to say, be accompanied b ...

Christina's at Van Loveren Enquire Now

Join 3 time Garden Route chef of the year, Delia Clarke at Christina's for freshly prepared, artisinal dishes! Specialising in thin crust wood-fired Pizzas and Gourmet Burgers, you can enjoy your meal with a glass of your favourite Van Loveren wine in our shaded pergola area.  Other popular menu-items include:  freshly squeezed juice, cappuccino's, salads, sensational swe ...

Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary Restaurant Enquire Now

Situated at Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary the Restaurant is open from Thursday to Sunday every week from 10am – 4pm. Join us for a late brunch, lunch or tea and enjoy delicious, fresh, healthy dishes. There is a range of food to choose from including many vegetarian dishes, and a special menu for children. Yummy paninis, spicy quesadillas, home baked whole-wheat seed bread sandwiches, lots of sal ...

Green Gables Country Inn Dining Room Enquire Now

Dining Room”Food cooked with love” as is often said by our patrons. This unique dining experience is not easily repeated elsewhere. An elegant dinner party that allows you to leave feeling not only well-fed but also part of the energy that is McGregor. Enjoyed either on the large stoep overlooking the village with a backdrop of layered mountains or in the cozy yet spacious 1860's ma ...

Graze @ Excelsior Enquire Now

Come and visit us and enjoy one of our freshly baked roosterbrood sandwiches with your choice of gourmet fillings. Our traditional breads are baked every morning in a wood fired oven and prepared using, where possible, local produce. The menu is changed on a monthly basis meaning that there is always something new for you to try. Graze is situated on the bank of the farm’s dam with a large expans ...

Tebaldi's Restaurant at Temenos Enquire Now

Tebaldi’s at Temenos In the heart of the village of McGregor and set in the exquisite gardens of Temenos you will find Tebaldi’s restaurant. Named after the great Italian prima donna, here we celebrate a passion for good food, good wine and good music. Come and enjoy our seasonal weekend a la carte menu in our warmly inviting restaurant. Or in summer enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner on our beau ...

@ Four Cousins Enquire Now

The now well-known four Retief cousins joined forces in the mid 90's. One after the other, after completing their studies, they joined the family farm, Van Loveren. Their first big endeavour was introducing the much loved Four Cousins range of wines in 2000. Released in a rather impressive 1,5 litre bottle, it made a lot of noise and today it's South Africa's biggest selling bottled wine brand. In ...