Food Hotspots along the West Coast
The West Coast might be known for its many seaside towns, amazing landscapes, water activities and fascinating fauna and flora but have you experienced their many food hotspots? If you are planning to head on a trip on the Cape West Coast, then you simply have to take your palate on a taste adventure with these Food Hotspots along the West Coast.
The West Coast Way Foodie Route
With so many things to do along the Cape West Coast, why not get some excellent recommendations from the West Coast experts, West Coast Way! They offer unique experiences from cultural tours, wildflower adventures and great food options to explore. Visit their website and find out all there is know about their Foodie Route, it will blow your mind (and taste buds!)
Darling Brew Tasteroom
While I have yet to visit their Tasteroom, I can safely say that I am a fan of their beers, and if the beers are anything to go by then one can only to expect only the finest food at their establishment.
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This on the shore restaurant with its rustic sea village style serves only the best in outdoor cooked seafood. Located in one of my favourite towns, Langebaan, booking a table here is a must for any seafood lover!
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Just past the parking lot of the famous Club Mykonos Resort is where you will find Boesmanland. This is the perfect Sunday lunch spot. Buffets and good entertainment is the order of the day where entire families can be fed and be amazed by the picturesque views of the Langebaan Lagoon.
The taste of creamy-garlic mussels still lingers in my mind. The aromas of seafood coupled with the fresh ocean breeze is one opportunity not to be passed up on so, if you ever find yourself in the town of Paternoster then make sure you make your way to Voorstrandt Restaurant.
Did you know that Wolfgat was announced Restaurant of the Year at the inaugural World Restaurant Awards? Chef Kobus van der Merwe, creates world class dishes and its deliciousness is depended on seasonal produce grown and sourced locally. Head on over to Paternoster and find out why this uniquely West Coast restaurant was voted Restaurant of the Year.
Personally, I find trying out the menus at one or more smaller farm stalls found along the R27 or at any town on the Cape West Coast can be very enriching. The food can be very homely and I love a good authentic home meal.
Visit West Coast Way for more Foodie Options
For more information on West Coast Way, the other routes on offer, and the list of 101 Things to Do on the West Coast visit westcoastway.co.za or call West Coast Way on 0861 321 777. Connect with West Coast Way on Facebook and Twitter at WestCoastWaySA.