This weather calls for comfort food. We found some this morning, freshly baked at Two Acres Tearoom. Brioche and Butter pudding with orange mascarpone Yum.
Two Acres Tearoom can be found just off the main road to Assagay. They grow many of the items they serve, and in season, the vegetable and herb garden supplies a large percentage of their fresh produce . You can buy free range eggs, stone-ground artisan bread, cakes and other delicacies. They also offer a High Tea with sweet and savoury delicacies.
Fresh Cape Salmon at Salinas ….gorgeous
We just love stunning, hidden gems like Bistro Celeiro. The venue and views from the ‘stoep’ is spectacular and the food – delicious home cooked meals prepared by friendly owners with care for details and exquisite tastes, and great value for money. Bring your own wine and you’ll have an unforgetable time with friends, family or just yourself…
This is a lovely ‘hidden gem’. Homemade food with local and organic ingredients. The setting is beautiful, with stunning mountain views. Susan and Julio are the perfect hosts, friendly and personable. We love it!
The Med is Plettenberg Bay’s longest-established restaurant offering wrap-around views from both the restaurant and sunny terrace. From sunrise the room is drenched in sunlight, and the large sliding glass doors invite inside-outside living, with an all-round view of blue bay, mountains & verdant green hills. Contemporary, light and fuss-free during day time, the uniquely finished wood panelling softens into warmth and intimacy at night. The Med has always been and is still about good food and good times,
The Med Bistro’s most popular Winter special ! Gurnard, wild prawns, mussels in garlic cream, baby calamari tubes, butter sauce, rice or chips
Travel Bugs – your local eatery and garden cafe is the best kept secret on the Garden Route All our food is freshly prepared, our service attentive and the atmosphere peaceful and relaxing. Our salads have created their own reputation; we bake our own whole wheat and white bread; and our menu is full of surprises. The beautiful garden with its fountains and running water create a peaceful eating experience in the heart of George. On Saturday mornings we are available for small functions such as baby showers, birthdays and kitchen teas. To inspire your next travel holiday, we stock a full range of Lonely Planet Travel Books and maps. Travel Bugs is on the Garden Route Culinary Awards list of top 20 restaurants and is also recognised as a culinary legend, their highest award.
Banting at Flava!
Jacques created this gorgeous combination of coconut crusted cob with asian style cabbage, lemon pepper mushrooms and trio of pepper slaw. Tandoori emulsion, soy and lemongrass caviar…Healthy living is delicious!
Fláva Café… A trendy, stylish, “simple, with taste” venue where you will find restaurant quality food in a café atmosphere.
Fláva Café has become a firm favourite with locals, as well as those visiting our beautiful part of the Garden Route. Situated in the heart of Wilderness, we are lucky enough to have a lovely sunny deck upstairs where you can enjoy fair weather days and watch village life go by.
Other things that make Fláva Café great!
* FREE Wi-Fi and laptop available for customer use.
* Newspapers available,so you can keep up to date with the latest news
* Take-away menu, for when you don’t feel like cooking
* Wheelchair access downstairs & toilet facilities
* Outside tables where you can bring your(well behaved)four legged friend with you
* Fresh Linefish everyday in addition to our ever-popular Hake dishes
* Local micro-brewery beer. Handcrafted in George, preservative free
* A different 2-course Sunday lunch menu every week
* The best ever peri-peri sauce!!!
We look forward to welcoming you at Fláva Café!
PS – Every Friday is ‘Fishy Friday’ at Fláva Café! Get a great deal on fish and chips – only R49 (until 5pm only)
A GATSBY is so unique to Cape Town, I might just go so far as to compare it to Table Mountain (the size of the sandwich could actually be compared to it)…this gigantic sandwich entails a French loaf of about 30cm – 40cm long, stuffed with chips (fries) & salad, you then have the choice of adding steak/viennas/calamari/polony, a sauce or spice, the counterhand will then look up at you and very seriously ask you, “cut in how many?” – this means how many pieces would you like your Gatsby to be cut in? The sandwich will be wrapped in white paper and usually best enjoyed with a juice called Frulati…also it tastes at it’s best @ 3am in the morning after a night out on the town…
Chicken Curry Weather this week
And for our Vegetarian’s : Cynthia delicious Spinach and Feta Quiche
Even the pastry is homemade
Emily Moon offers guests a stunning setting with beautiful collectors pieces in every nook and cranny.
There is an eclectic menu for candlelit dinners and Sunday lunches around the pool area. Their barman is a dab hand at cocktails in the evening whilst watching a magnificent sunset! The deck tables virtually hang over the river and have a spectacular view of the wetlands, river and far distant mountains.
A large log fire for the winter months is a popular spot for that after dinner Irish or just a cosy little chat.