Route 62


Coffee shops, bistros, pubs and a variety of historic or contemporary restaurants, Paarl will satisfied your needs. Grab a quick bite driving through Paarl or stay a little longer to experience true South African, Indian, French, Italian, Mexican as well as Mediterranean dishes.

Noop Restaurant

We think you’ll feel at home here, because that’s how we think of our restaurant. After all, we spend more time here than we do at our homes. We know many of our guests by name; many of them have become our friends.

Knus Karoo Kombuis

Come and enjoy breakfast, lunch or something sweet in our coffee shop. The light meals contain elements of the Karoo, offered in a contemporary way. We are looking forward to welcoming you at Knus!

Jackson & Black

The practice of cooking over open flame is a technique nearly as old as mankind.  With this in mind, as well as being a cultural pass-time for many a South African, we have brought back the days of man – coal – beef.

Barley & Biltong Emporium

Craft beer and biltong lovers can look forward to enjoying an ice cold pint of their favourite CBC beer together with our carefully selected range of Beef biltong.

Windmeul Kelder

The Parskuip Neighbourhood Marketplace (now open) is crammed to the hilt with everything from plump olives and fragrant spice rubs to creamy cheeses and glistening jams.

Bon Louis Family Bistro

Nestled among the vineyards & under the shady oaks of Vendôme Wine Estate in Paarl, provides the perfect setting for you & your family to enjoy a delicious meal!

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The scenic beauty of Paarl, the ‘pearl’ of the Cape Winelands, compels visitors to explore the many scenic routes in the valley and the surrounding mountains. A visit to the Cape Winelands is not complete if you do not include the third-oldest town dating back to 1687. 

Paarl is a town that takes its name from the huge granite outcrop that stands proudly on the crest of Paarl Mountain. Paarl Mountain’s 500-million-year-old domes are one of the world’s largest granite outcrops and often compared to the towering Ayers Rock in Australia.

The town is a mere 45-minutes’ drive from Cape Town.