Dis Lekker By Die See

Our Top Three West Coast Eateries

If you find yourself holidaying within the vibrant province of the Western Cape, you will soon discover this region of South Africa is all about good food, great wine and some of the warmest hospitality in the country.

Just outside the trendy hustle and bustle of Cape Town, small towns dotted along the West Coast, such as Paternoster, Langebaan, Velddrif and others are home to many local eateries offering excellent value-for-money and a laid-back atmosphere that mirrors the typical pace of life found in these small, seaside towns.

Take a day trip, and eat out at any of these top three local gems found along the West Coast:

Die Strandloper – Langebaan

Call in for a leisurely lunch on a Sunday afternoon and feast on the freshest seafood you could ask for. Set right on the beach, enjoy crayfish on the braai, thick slices of fresh, homemade bread smothered in butter and a local favourite – fresh snoek. Make sure to pre-book your spot.

Contact: (022) 772 2490


The Noisy Oyster – Paternoster

Soak up the laidback vibes of Paternoster at The Noisy Oyster with its quirky, outdoor setting and delicious, varied options of fresh seafood and some of the best oysters you will ever eat. The menu changes daily, ensuring you enjoy the freshest ingredients. Bookings are essential.

Contact: 022 752 2196


Die Strandkombuis – Yzterfontein

Perfect for a family lunch, where kids can muck about on the beach right in front of the restaurant, while you sip a glass of crisp Chardonnay. The Strandkombuis also doubles as a very popular wedding venue, offering some of the most picturesque scenery along the West Coast. Enjoy traditional koeksisters and coffee for dessert, the freshest mussels, warm, smoked snoek served with fresh, homemade bread and plump, garlic butter prawns. Bookings are essential. Opening hours on weekends: 9am – 1pm only.

Contact: (022) 451 2360


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