Good food is paramount to any memorable travel experience. The diversity of restaurants in the area present opportunities to nosh away morning, noon and well into the late evening. An abundance of locally procured ingredients - seafood, venison, fruits and vegetables - set the stage for truly unforgettable sampling. Wherever you find interesting food in Plettenberg Bay, you may to find great Plettenberg Bay wines. The viticulture in the area is one of South Africa’s newest “Wine of Origin” regions challenges those found beyond our borders. Bon appetit!
Nguni Restaurant situated in the centre of Plettenberg Bay, invites you to sample delicious Cape Fare from its distinctly South African menu.
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Designed around simplicity and warmth with a modern touch, The Table creates a comfortable, down-to-earth space where people come together to enjoy good company and celebrate a love of food. Read More about The Table »
Offthehook Seafood Café is a vibrant and trendy restaurant, with a homely touch - a place to sit back and relax.
Owned and run by friendly Plett locals, this is a restaurant the whole family can enjoy. Read More about Offthehook »
The Med Seafood Bistro
This romantic, cozy family-run bistro, tucked away in Plettenberg Bay's Main street, is a favourite haunt of both locals and visitors alike. Having being around for the last 20-odd years, The Med is part of the recent history of Plettenberg Bay - and over the years supporters, and now their children, have become part of the Med family. Read More about The Med Seafood Bistro »
The Fat Fish
The Fat Fish is ideally situated on Plettenberg Bay’s beautiful Central Beach, with amazing views of the Indian Ocean, the Piesang Valley River and the Tsitsikamma Mountains.
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With an amazing view of Central Beach, the Yellow Wood Spur is located in the heart of Plettenberg Bay. With an activity and media centre for the kids, this is a great family restaurant with entertainment for kids of all ages.
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