5 restaurants with rave reviews in Plettenberg Bay

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Scenic Plettenberg Bay is more than just a seaside town. With so many fantastic places to eat, it's slowly building a name as a foodie paradise. Plettenberg's foodscape is all about fresh ingredients, authentic preparation and a vibrant atmosphere. Whether you're a young professional, retired couple or growing family, rest assured. There's a restaurant here to take your taste buds on an adventure.

It was tough but we've rounded up our favourites in the area. When you're dining out in Plettenberg Bay, be sure to stop by these restaurants.

1. The Lookout Deck

Let this sink in: The Lookout Deck boasts a stellar 4,2 star-rating based on 1 399 Google reviews. It's a restaurant that firmly has its customers at heart. You'll enjoy excellent service with a varied menu. Savour sensational seafood, have a bite of their delicious Karoo lamb and end with a delightful vanilla panna cotta.

The Lookout Deck sits two stories higher than the open Indian Ocean. The breathtaking views of the ocean and gentle breezes will pair well with your cocktail.

2. The Fat Fish

You'll feel at home the moment you walk into The Fat Fish. It features a warm, casual contemporary setting. With a range of tapas, salads, grills, seafood, and mouthwatering original dishes, you may feel spoilt for choice. Friendly wait staff will be happy to point you in the right direction. It's an experience well deserved of its 4,4 stars.

The Fat Fish goes beyond your typical fish joint. It is a green-listed WWF-SASSI approved sustainable seafood restaurant. It also serves with care. To every order, a R5 donation is added for StreetSmart. This initiative works to uplift street children in the area.

3. Nguni Restaurant

This restaurant provides a feast for the eyes and mouth. It's the perfect marriage of South African flavours, an elegant setting and friendly service. With 4,6 stars on Google reviews, you know you'll have to book well in advance. But, it's worth it. You'll have a pick of crunchy salads, tender Nguni steak, the best ostrich you'll ever have, and fine wines.

What makes Nguni Restaurant a highlight, is the White House next door. This venue plays host to ballet performances, contemporary dance and theatre.

4. Nineteen89

We love a family-owner run restaurant. Nineteen89 keeps it classy. The food is gourmet; they've put a creative spin on a number of traditional dishes. But, don't be fooled. The simple decor and pleasant service are as unpretentious as you can get. You'll tuck into a number of artistically presented dishes from mapled butternut bacon soup to peanut Thai chicken curry. The Nineteen89 burger had one reviewer willing to drive 6 hours to Plettenberg Bay for another bite. The restaurant currently holds a 4,6 star rating on Google Reviews.

5. The Golden Palm

This gem may very well end up becoming your new obsession. It's a quaint spot with delicious Asian fusion dishes. There's dim sum, teriyaki bowls, poké bowls (sushi in a bowl), and more. It's good value for money if you're budget conscious. Ask about the dessert of the day. This treat will be sure to indulge your sweet tooth.

The Golden Palm has a 4,7 star rating. You may overeat but with such fabulous food, you'll regret nothing!

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Submitted 21 May 19 / Views 518

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