Eat in the Republic

It’s a Foodie thing, your options in Swellendam

  • Pennantwing1
    • Coffee Shop
    Pennantwing

    Pennantwing is a unique leisure experience and can be found at No. 5 Swellengrebel Street, Swellendam . Here you can soak up and relax and forget about your day or feel refreshed before continuing on your journey.

    With boutique style coffee, especially blended and carefully roasted to perfection exclusively for…

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  • KoornlandsRestaurant
    • Traditional Fare
    Koornlands Restaurant

    Koornlands Restaurant has been operating in Swellendam for over 15 years. Chefs by nature not nurture, the owners Marianne and Stephen Altham, specialise in Cuisine Du Cap and dry-aged, 28 days matured beef.
    An unforgettable dining experience with friendly service and great South African flavours! From oak-soaked salmon…

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  • field-fork
    • Traditional Fare
    Field & Fork Restaurant

    Field & Fork derives its name from the culinary vision of bringing locally sourced quality produce from the field to your table. Chef and owner Francois du Rand, serves these ingredients with a great passion for food and a dash of French flair.

    Field & Fork…

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  • WimpyLogo
    • Grill
    Wimpy

    Hello, and welcome to Wimpy Swellendam

    Since 1967 we’ve seen laughter, shared a joke or two and watched love blossom over a pink milkshake and we’ve seen South Africa celebrate, smile and leap for joy!

    AND WE’VE LOVED EVERY MOMENT OF IT!

    And now…

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  • Restaurant in evening
    • Traditional Fare
    Jan Harmsgat Country House – On R60 road to Ashton

    Join Jan Harmsgat for breakfast, lunch or dinner in magical atmosphere – from handmade pasta, fresh garden greens, aged beef fillet to delectable desserts.

    Dinner is a 4 course set menu @ R270 pp and our lunch and breakfast average R65.

    Guest can enjoy selecting wine from the cellar as well…

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  • Street view of Tredici
    • Traditional Fare
    Tredici

    Tredici is the Italian way of saying Baker’s Dozen – a belief dating back to the 13th century.  Way back then bakers would illustrate their honesty by always offering their customers more than the law required.  Instead of 12 loaves in a dozen, customers would receive 13, and when…

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