Plett’s restaurants, cafes and eateries are a charming feature to the town. You will find a range of international, regional and local cuisines, some benefiting from the fresh produce and seafood from the area. They are diverse, each with its own charm and specialty dishes. Enjoy breakfast with a view, lunch while watching dolphins play in the surf or maybe witness a beautiful African sunset while enjoying cocktails and dinner on the verandah.


The Fat Fish

The Fat Fish is ideally situated on Plettenberg Bay’s beautiful Central Beach, with amazing views of the Indian Ocean, the Piesang Valley River and the Tsitsikamma Mountains. With our casual and up-beat vibe you’ll know you have been swept away by what Plett locals know as home. Feel free to walk straight off the beach […]


Yellowwood Spur

Since 1967, when founder and executive chairman, Allen Ambor, opened the Golden Spur in Newlands, Cape Town, Spur Steak Ranches have been part of the South African family. In the years since then, Spur has helped create countless special memories and earned a reputation for tasty, nutritious, value-for-money meals. We’ve also grown into an internationally […]



Offthehook Seafood Café is a vibrant and trendy restaurant, with a homely touch – a place to sit back and relax. Owned and run by friendly Plett locals, this is a restaurant the whole family can enjoy. On the menu we have local seafood specialties, served with a choice of our various delicious side orders. […]


The Table

The Table “Simple food with serious taste” Designed around simplicity and warmth with a modern touch, The Table creates a comfortable, down-to-earth space where people come together to enjoy good company and celebrate a love of food. Indoor and al fresco dining, with a cosy play area for children, ensures that The Table is the […]


Moby Dick

“The Best Oysters By Far!” “We travel to Plett from PE for these. Love the view and the beach vibe. It’s a must pop in, curry also delicious! “ “Best Oysters In Town!!” “We arrived here after being at another restaurant in Plett that ran out of ice and oysters!! But we had a fab […]


Lemon Grass

Two sides of this in-house restaurant consist of glass panels that fold back, so Guests may fully enjoy the views. The terrace is lapped by the tidal waters of the Keurbooms Lagoon, high enough to swim in at one moment, and once retreated, six hours later, a beach to leisurely stroll along. At certain times […]


Nguni Restaurant

Nostalgic with an African flair, Nguni is historically located in one of Plett’s oldest buildings – an original dairy dating back over a hundred years. Nguni’s African menu is a reflection of traditional selections like Bobotie, game, biltong, springbok, Karoo lamb, ostrich and other local favourites. With its beautiful sunny veranda or eclectic African interior […]


Grand Cafe

Few places can transport you somewhere else in time & emotion. One of these are the GRAND Café & Rooms, where a sence of elegance and worldly charm reflects upon its setting over one of Africa’s most beautiful bays. Grand Café, with her 7 uniquely styled rooms, presents a beautifully appointed deck, Leopard Lounge and […]


The Lookout Deck Restaurant

The Lookout Deck Restaurant is a “legend in its own right”. Nestled between The Lookout Rocks and The Look Out Nature Reserve, this Restaurant’s location is unique on our Planet. A must visit eatery for Breakfasts, Lunches, Light Snacks and Dinner. From Sunrise to Sunset and the stunning rise of Full Moon, this place just […]


The Med Seafood Bistro

This romantic, cozy family-run bistro, tucked away in Plettenberg Bay’s Main street, is a favourite haunt of both locals and visitors alike. Having being around for the last 20-odd years, The Med is part of the recent history of Plettenberg Bay – and over the years supporters, and now their children, have become part of […]