Restaurants in Greyton
The wonderful village of Greyton is surrounded by the Riviersonderend Mountains and offers spectacular landscapes for the adventurous. Approximately 2 hour’s drive from Cape Town, this agricultural town has fast earned the reputation of being one of the Overberg’s perfect weekend getaway spots for hiking, picnicking and exploring the country-side.
Greyton boasts gravel roads lined by ancient oaks, majestic gardens and painstakingly restored buildings. However, most importantly, it features a wide range of restaurants to impress almost any foodie! You’ll enjoy a selection of fine wine and dining in this town, side-by-side with restaurants that cater for the whole family. From fireside dining to pizza and Mediterranean flavours, there’s truly something for everyone here.
In Greyton village you’ll find many establishments that cater for large-scale events, from conferencing and office parties to magical weddings in the Overberg. That’s the real charm of this region, almost any type of cuisine is within walking distance from each other. You’ll find wood-fired pizza ovens and spots to brunch in outside garden areas, as well as good old fashioned pubs serving the best of traditional South African cuisine – all side-by-side. And of course, wherever you do find yourself, there is always the opportunity to pair your food with delicious local wines.
If you’re travelling with children, there are a few restaurants in Greyton that make a point of being a paradise for kids and by extension, heaven for parents. Serving culinary delights for breakfast, brunch and teas, these restaurants offer great coffee and warm, enthusiastic service. Many of the restaurants make a point of capturing the spirit of Greyton by supporting locally grown produce in their menus. This means that you’ll be eating the very best in farm-fresh fruits, vegetables and meat.
If you’re on the hunt for Greyton restaurants that serve traditional South African grub, then definitely seek out pubs and grills. You’ll be able to discover dishes like bobotie, tomato and bean bredie, fresh salads, roti and curries as well as home-made puddings and cakes. Enjoy wonderful local spins on dishes like steak, ribs, chicken, curry, calamari and pasta as well as locally available linefish. Something most cafes and restaurants have in common in this amazing village is their passion, friendliness and freshness!
Where ever you dine in Greyton you’ll have a wide range of South African wines available to complement your food. Being wine-country, these are more than reasonably priced and cater for all tastes. If you’d like to move around and experience as many establishments as possible, you can browse several restaurants, pubs and even shops or art galleries all within walking distance from each other.Read Less