Most Popular Restaurants in Keetmanshoop

Keetmanshoop is a city in the ǁKaras Region of southern Namibia, lying on the Trans-Namib Railway from Windhoek to Upington in South Africa. It is named after Johann Keetman, a German industrialist and benefactor of the city.

1. Kitchen 51

B1, Keetmanshoop Namibia +264 81 255 1556 http://www.mykitchen51.com Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards Cafe, Barbecue, Deli, Healthy, Street Food
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4 based on 21 reviews

Kitchen 51

Kitchen51 is situated 40km from Keetmanshoop in Southern Namibia. Visit our farm stall for cappuccino, biltong, pies, pulled lamb on roosterkoek and daily fresh farm bread. Stay for breakfast or lunch. We also offer luxury overnight twin and family chalet

Reviewed By wendygray2018 - Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Don’t pass without stopping!

What a wonderful farm stall / coffee shop in the middle of nowhere. Homemade fudge, jams and biltong... Not to mention the great coffee. We stopped in on our way past this morning - what pleasant, friendly people, clean bathrooms and lovely goodies. Don’t drive past without stopping in....

2. Schuetzenhaus Guesthouse

Keetmanshoop Namibia +264 63 223 400 http://www.schuetzenhaus-namibia.com Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service German
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3 based on 66 reviews

Schuetzenhaus Guesthouse

Reviewed By haroldvanderschmidt - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Good Place for Dinner in Keetmannshoop

I am German National and I went for Dinner to the Schuetzenhaus. They serve traditional German Food from the olden days - nothing special really. They have done a renovation for their restaurant and I was impressed by the decoration with the old pictures from the German Colonisation in the 19 hundreds in Southwest Africa.The Restaurant is most probably one of the best ones you can find in Keetmannshoop.

3. Seeheim Hotel

Keetmanshoop Namibia +264 63 683 643 http://www.seeheim.co.za Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Table Service
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3 based on 20 reviews

Seeheim Hotel

Reviewed By schermanjeanpierre - Bloemfontein, South Africa

Seeheim Hotel, Keetmanshoop, Namibia

My family (4 Adults and 1 Child) enjoyed a wonder lunch on the outside veranda of this wonder hotel, located about 40 km west of Keetmanshoop on the Luderitz road. The food was excellent, the beer cold and crisp, the service efficient and friendly and the view wonderful, a must see for any person holidaying in southern Namibia.

4. Central Lodge

5th Street, Keetmanshoop Namibia +264 63 225 850 http://www.central-lodge.com/ Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Seating, Reservations, Table Service
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3 based on 29 reviews

Central Lodge

Reviewed By EdithS_11 - Westerlo, Belgium

Good restaurant , value for money

We found the restaurant by accident , looking for a place to eat in Keetmanshoop. The food is more than OK , certainly taking into account the price. If you are traveling to Fish River Canyon , this is a nice place to have lunch. Best to sit outside in the garden.

5. Mohegan Spur Steak Ranch

Shop 1 Old Mutual Building, Keetmanshoop Namibia +264 63 222 080 http://www.spurcorp.nl/ Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Buffet, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service Steakhouse, Barbecue, African, Bar, Grill
Mohegan Spur Steak Ranch

Reviewed By Safari M - Johannesburg, South Africa

Good Experience

Only place we could find open after a long day of travelling. Typical Spur. You know what you will get. Food was OK. Waiters were friendly. Drinks cold. What more could one ask at 9pm on a Tuesday night.Dear Safari M,Thank you for taking the time to review Mohegan Spur. We appreciate your feedback. Hope to see you soon at our family restaurant. Many thanks, Spur Family

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