Vacation Closing Date
Our countdown has officially started for our vacation.
Coffee on the Rocks stands majestically on the cliff tops of De Kelders overlooking the grandeur of Walker Bay. This private home opens its doors to the public each day serving delicious meals made with only the freshest locally sourced ingredients. Coffee On the Rocks has an á la carte menu with a selection of brunch and light lunch meals. Additionally, they have their famous blackboard lunch specials that changes on a daily basis and offers wholesome home cooking favourites such as spinach tart, beef rogan josh and crunchy parmesan chicken. Sweet treats are baked daily and no visit is complete without trying a slice of lemon meringue pie made with real lemons or chocolate cake made just the way grandma used to make it. The eatery is known internationally as being the best place to watch the comings and goings of Southern right whales in whale season. Coffee on the rocks is perfect for small business lunches and intimate special events, such as small weddings.
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Continuing the legacy of her late husband Barry Johnson, Gayle Johnson and her small team of dedicated staff have set out to fill the deserving bellies of local and international guests alike. There is no better place to have an enchanting meal and watch Southern right whales and their calves, enjoying the cool waters of Walker Bay. Legend has it that Gayle adds a special ingredient to each dish before it leaves her kitchen. Some say she blows a kiss into the pot and whispers “be great”, others say its nutmeg.
Have a well-deserved brunch served from 10 am to 12 pm or enjoy one of their wholesome daily blackboard specials.
Served from 10 am to 12 pm
Served from 10 am to 3 pm
Add pita bread - R20
Add bacon or cheese - R15
Coffee on the Rocks is embraced by some of the most picturesque views on earth. A day out on the deck could include spotting Southern right whales, bottlenose dolphins and even the occasional breaching great white shark. But those are the obvious attractions. De Kelders has so much more to offer visitors and locals. Coffee on the Rocks is the perfect place to plan your next move on any of the nearby activities such as:
Take a dip in the therapeutic mineral waters of Africa’s only freshwater drip cave. Booking is essential.
Navigate sandy beaches, massive sand dunes and fynbos lined MTB trails with a fatbike in Walker Bay Nature Reserve. Booking is essential.
Walker Bay Nature Reserve is a unique stretch of land that boasts pristine white sandy beaches, rolling sand dunes, beautifully diverse fynbos and an ancient drip cave that primitive man used to call home.
You can walk along the cliffs right in front of Coffee on the Rocks and see furry little creatures, such as dassies and meerkats.