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Restaurants in Mossel Bay

At Whale-Phin Guest House is out of town but in close driving proximity from good restaurants, if you do not want to drive make use of the free shuttle service to some of the restaurants in town. If you would like to enjoy traditional Afrikaner cuisine visit Vaaljapie, for fine dining visit Stone Hill, for a cheap and cheer full meal visit De Dekke and for a quiet night visit the Trans Karoo.

De Vette Mossel

Kick off your shoes on a pristine and isolated beach just 7km from Whale-Phin. Sip some wine, gaze over the ocean and indulged in seafood in abundance!

Eat as much as you like – or can! De Vette Mossel (The Fat Mussel) offers much more than perfectly prepared seafood – this is an experience – in unusual and informal surroundings with traditional Cape fishing culture – in true West Coast Style. Literally on the beach.

“ The only way to really enjoy seafood, is in abundance, sand under the feet, the smell of the ocean in the nostrils – right next to the sea”.

Restaurants in Mossel Bay

Cafe Gannet

The Café Gannet Restaurant is Mossel Bay’s seafood House. Acclaimed for local seafood specialties, ingeniously prepared.Coastal oysters, black mussels and Mossel Bay Sole are delivered daily from the harbour to make a delectable and varied a la carte menu, which includes pizza, salads, meat dishes, light lunches and Rainbow Cuisine.

For a relaxing afternoon, come and enjoy a cocktail overlooking the Indian Ocean…

Restaurants in Mossel Bay

De Dekke

This is the place to go when looking for a true family restaurant offering live entertainment from Wednesdays through to Saturdays for the young and old. At this popular restaurant one can dance the night away and for the hungry there is a large ala carte menu. A ladies bar is also available ensuring an all round service. Treat yourself and your family for a fun evening at this lively venue. A liquor store and wine shop are on the premises for your convenience and Antique lovers can browse in the biggest Antique Shop in South-Africa.

Transkaroo

The Transkaroo Restaurant, housed in the old Great Brak River Railway Station, dated since 1906. It is here that you will find this exquisite restaurant, with a relaxing and peaceful ambience overlooking the lagoon and the waves of the ocean.

Inspired by old fashioned cooking, Stefan Jamneck (owner and chef) adds a modern influence to the menu. It is his believe, “if it is not fresh, it is not served” that makes Transkaroo a popular place to wine and dine. Some call it comfort food, but we call it casual cuisine, every item on the menu carefully and passionately made. No doubt you will also find a bottle of wine to suite your meal. The best oven roasted lamb neck you’ll ever have and the sweetened sweet potatoes are to die for!

Restaurants in Mossel Bay

Free Shuttle Service

If you would like to have a meal in Mossel Bay town and don’t want to drive, make use of the free shuttle service to one of the following restaurants:

Sea Gypsy Seafood Restaurant on the harbour, it looks bad from the outside but the proof is in the eating.
King Fisher Seafood Restaurant on the shore with spectacular views over the ocean. Boasts the only sushi in Mossel Bay.
Delfino’s Restaurant on the ground level below King Fisher for pizzas and pastas.
DROS a family restaurant situated on The Point at Mossel Bay with spectacular ocean views.
Big Blue a tapas restaurant with the best ocean views at The Point in Mossel Bay.
Café Havana a Cuban restaurant in the hart of Mossel Bay with a lovely relaxing bar on the first floor and a cigar room. King Fisher http://www.thekingfisher.co.za