PringleBay has long been dubbed the cuisine capital of the Overberg, and for a very good reason! Each of the eight restaurants here, some of them award winning or featured on TV programs and magazines, fills its own niche with a variety of top quality meals in a beautiful and tranquil setting just over an hour’s drive from Cape Town.
Pringle Bay’s restaurants are all within a 2-3 minutes walk from each other in the village center:
@365 is a must! For great cuisine you could not do better than the fine menu at this upmarket restaurant offering fresh seafood dishes, succulent steaks, sumptuous venison, and just good-old home cooking. Portions are generous and well presented and the service from the team of waiters outstanding. Featured in the “best restaurants” again. (Licenced)
@365 Contact Morne on 028 273 8931
Hook Line and Sinker. Another Pringle Bay legend is this rustic restaurant specializing in seafood. Also featured in “best SA restaurants its Chef hand picks only the finest freshest line fish and crustaceans, prepared over an open fire. (Licenced)
HL&S. Contact Jacqui 028 2738688
Hanging Rock , amazing ambiance and a small menu with well prepared food mainly lasagne and very tasty pizzas. Fresh fish delicious when available. Good personal service! (Licensed)
Garry & Karin Tel. 072 477 1286
Simply Coffee. This popular coffee shop serves good coffees and cakes in Pringle Bay. Also go there for a lovely breakfast, a small selection of good meals. (Licensed)
Contact Morne on 082 273 8908
Little Bay situated in the old Perrigator Building offers substential pizzas and nice pub food. (Licensed). Regular life entertainment!
Contact Piere on 060 617 1732
Lemon and Lime. Small very popular coffee shop. This top class deli caters for all taste buds offering daily coffe shop type lunch specials and amazing coffees.
Contact them on 028 273-8895
La Galeria offers breakfasts and freshly prepared mouth watering meals in an art gallerey setting. Go for the daily special! Closed at night but book for special meals on Monday and Tuesday nights. (Licensed)
Leigh 071 453 4915
The Anchor. Tucked away in the corner of the Pringle Cove is a cozy family restaurant. Wednesday Curry nights or other specials! (Licensed)
079 1149338 (Melissa)
Miems has been around for a while. It recently changed its menue to pub meals only and is now only open in the evenings. Friday fish night!
Contact Kerneels or Morris at 028 273 8764
Also weekend pizzas at Fynbos and coffees at Art Zoo.
The Hangklip Hotel. A five minutes drive out of Pringle Bay and a nice place for weekend life entertainment.
DIE BOSKOK BOMA at Hangklip Hotel with meals on open fires “Bush Cuisine!” Bookings only