Tsitsikamma Dining

Where to Eat in Tsitsikamma?


The Fynboshoek Cheese Farm
Fynboshoek Cheese Farm is a well-kept secret of the Tsitsikamma, and if you have the time, don't miss out on this lunch option. The setting is awesome - relax on a terrace overlooking a dam, the food sublime - homemade cheeses (that have won international awards!), breads and home-grown salad followed by something sweet and coffee. Limited wine list, but you are welcome to take your own. By reservation only. More about the Fynboshoek Cheese Farm.


De Oude Martha and Café Bacchus at the Tsitsikamma Village Inn - open for tea, lunch and dinner. A la Carte.  Easy walking distance from At the Woods.

Marilyn’s 60’s Diner - This 60’s themed diner has a large menu, from breakfast to lunch and dinner.

The Bistro  - at the entrance to the village, offering light meals from 8am to 8pm.

Tsitsikamma National Park Restaurant – Cattle Baron - a la Carte options for tea, lunch or dinner at this restaurant, with one of the most beautiful settings in the world.

Rafters Restaurant at the Armagh Country House offers unpretentious South African dishes. Open for lunches and dinner. Easy walking distance from At the Woods. Reservations recommended.

Steers Fast Foods at the PetroPort. Travel 4 km east on the N2, and here you will find a 24 hour take-away outlet as well as a convenience store.

There is also a Mugg & Bean on the Go option at the Petroport.