Oudtshoorn Restaurant

With Oudtshoorn’s diverse range of restaurants, coffee shops and cafés, you won’t have any trouble finding a kitchen to cater to your taste.

Take your pick from several excellent dining options offering patrons a delightful combination of warm Karoo hospitality, a relaxed atmosphere and delectable, moreish meals.

Coffe & Pecan Nut Pie

Beans About Coffee

We focus on product quality and believe great coffee should be fresh, simple, accessible and amazing. Read more…

Roosterkoek

Bella de Karoo Restaurant

Bella de Karoo Restaurant & Farm Stall is situated halfway between Oudtshoorn & Calitzdorp. Read more…

Flamed Grilled Fillet

BUFFELSDRIFT GAME LODGE – Restaurant

Where we settle for nothing but the freshest locally sourced produce to bring you our delicious, authentic Karoo dishes. Read more…

De Oude Meul Restaurant

De Oude Meul Restaurant

The Restaurant is known for the wide variety of venison dishes served in the restaurant. Read more…

Woodfired Pizza

De Windpomp Restaurant

Our food philosophy is using fresh, local ingredients and preparing them simply delicious and deliciously simple. Read more…

Kobus se Gat Restaurant

Kobus se Gat Restaurant

The guests might arrive as tourists, but they surely leave as friends. We serve our guests with passion and pride. Read more…
Wilgewandel Holiday Farm Restaurant

Wilgewandel Holiday Farm

Our fully-licensed à la carte restaurant offers a wide range of menu options, whether you’re absolutely famished or just a little peckish. Read more…

Café Brûlé - cake of the day

Café Brûlé

Treat your taste buds to an excellent cup of coffee or a superb meal at this European-style street café with its unmistakable South African flavour. Read more…

The Colony Restaurant

The Colony Restaurant

The Colony Restaurant is at Queen’s Hotel by BON Hotels, right in the heart of Oudtshoorn. Read more…

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Oudtshoorn

The iconic towns of Oudtshoorn & De Rust, based in the semi-arid Klein Karoo, borders on the North of the picturesque Garden Route region half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. 

The town can also be accessed by the scenic and famed R62 – the world’s longest wine route!

Primarily known as the ostrich capital of the world, Oudtshoorn has quickly gained the reputation of being a cultural, heritage, adventure and sports hotspot.

Swartberg Pass