Restaurants - The Garden Route
The Garden Route offers excellent dining options all along the route with a variety of restaurants to select from.
Knysna is one of the region’s stars known for its oysters and generally for its seafood.
Plettenberg Bay is the cosmopolitan center of the Garden Route, full of trendy cafes, bars and restaurants servicing innovative modern cuisine as well as fresh seafood.
Numerous restaurants on the Garden Route offer lamb from the Karoo, which lies slightly inland, and the close proximity to the Indian Ocean means seafood tops most menus.
The Garden Route offers the diner an extraordinarily wide range of food types to choose from including traditional South African fare, German, Greek, Italian, Thai, Cajun, French and Vegetarian to satisfy your culinary desires.
Our listings will help you locate popular restaurants in all sections of the Garden Route.
The Garden Route on the southern coast of South Africa is one of the most scenic and spectacular stretches of coastline in the world – a true paradise. The national highway runs from Cape Town in the east, to Port Elizabeth through the breathtaking Garden Route with its bays, cliffs, white sand beaches, lakes, dense forest and National Parks.
This scenic paradise stretches along approximately 210 km of coastline with its starting point including towns like Riversdale, Stillbaai, Albertinia and ending on the eastern side with Storms River and Tsitsikamma. Some of the other towns that form part of the Garden Route are Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.