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Knysna has some of the best and internationally recognised restaurants on the Garden Route. Whether this is your honey-moon vacation or you are looking for delicious meals on a budget Knysna will have something for you. You will love the exotic array of cocktails and lists of fine wines, put your feet up and watch as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean. Whether you’re looking for a home cooked meal or a buffet to feast the eyes on, Knysna’s eclectic range of restaurants will leave you with fond memories and an appetite to return. If Sunday lunch is your favourite meal of the week, head out to one of Knysna’s many Sunday lunch options. Pick from a range of lamb and beef roasts, hearty roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings.
The Island Café at the Turbine Boutique Hotel and Spa is a 90-seater establishment, overlooking the stunning Thesen Island canals and serving up extraordinary dishes from a diverse a la carte menu.
Guests to Knysna are welcome to pop in at the newly launched Salmon Restaurant at Premier Hotel Knysna - The Moorings
Sip on a delicious cocktail, or unwind with a flute of French Champagne in the tranquility of our chic, laid-back ambience, when visiting Noah’s Champagne and Cocktail Lounge.
The timbered restaurant serves a number of traditional classic Pub and European meals, as well as daily specials and a pub menu supplements.
Built around the hotel’s fifth turbine, the Gastro Pub boasts exceptional views, a laid-back setting and a tantalizing, gourmet finger food menu.
Welcome to The Drydock Food Company where the only thing we overlook is the Knysna Lagoon.
Sirocco has without question the best location of any restaurants in Knysna. Situated right on the waters edge serving Sushi, Salads, Pizza's, Pastas, Seafood, Steaks and great cocktails you will be sure to find exactly what you are looking for. Try getting a table on the Waterside Deck.
Butterfly Blu is perched on a dune top with beautiful panoramic sea views making it one of the most idyllic restaurants in Knysna with beautiful food, an outdoor/indoor deck, lounge areas, cocktail bar, and a contemporary interior. Directly below the restaurant is beautiful stretch of white sandy beach and rolling dunes covered. The setting is perfect to enjoy a rosy sunset after a stroll on the beach.
East Head Café is more than just a café or coffee shop, it is a local landmark where family and friends have a good time with good food and casual wine. Situated on the rocks of the Eastern Head, East Head Café has the most spectacular view - looking directly through the Knysna Heads.
Cruise Café is known for its fresh seafood and modern styled cuisine, a relaxed atmosphere with exceptional views of the Knysna Lagoon.
The Rose Café with its casual yet sophisticated décor and ambiance offers excellent service, superb cuisine and exciting specialties.
Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Zachary’s Bistro offers guests a casual and relaxed all-day dining venue.
Come experience our intimate rustic eatery. What was originally the tractor shed is now a cosy indoor dining area and out-side deck overlooking the Blackwaters River Lodge mashie golf course along side the magical Goukamma River.
Daniela's @ Leisure Isle Lodge is an intimate, elegant Restaurant situated @ Leisure Isle Lodge overlooking Bollard Bay.
Where great friends, good food and sticky fingers meet. Located on the waters edge with an electric atmosphere this is the place for locals and visitors alike. A "must do" when in Knysna.
Early morning COFFEE of your choice. A fresh hot breakfast or a pastry. Deluxe hamburgers and famous fries. Marvellous milkshakes. Salads and light meals. Award winning baked cheese cake. Craft BEER, wine and BUBBLY.
This family run business on the Garden Route is popular among tourists and locals, and visiting Montecello is a must if driving through the small town of Sedgefield.
Indulge in delicious full English breakfasts and scrumptious light lunches under the shade of ancient Fig Trees.
Not quite a restaurant… not quite a deli… a meeting place…an eating place…not a bar….definitely not a bar…