Most Popular Restaurants in Wolseley
Discover the best food in Wolseley, South Africa including Waverley Hills, Harvest Table Bistro, Oestafel Bistro, Pink Lady, Readers Restaurant, The Olive Terrace, Paddagang Eethuis & Fijne Wijne, Ceres Brewery
1. Waverley Hills
4 based on 146 reviews
Reviewed By RFranken2027 - Gansbaai, South Africa
View of the valley
We stopped here for lunch after our cherry picking adventure in Ceres. Beautiful venue and friendly staff.I had the special three course meal “dedicated” to the cherry. Carpaccio with cherries, pork neck with cherry jus and the cherry cake. My partner had the snail parcels and sirloin steak. The food was good, but not memorable. It seemed like the food was under a hot pass for a very long time.We enjoyed our food, but it could have been better. Will return.
2. Harvest Table Bistro
4 based on 69 reviews
The Harvest Table Bistro in the original mill room pays homage to this fertile valley’s proud fruit growing legacy. We combine fresh local produce and hearty peasant-style local dishes with influences from further afield, from Cameroon and Zimbabwe to Fra
Reviewed By Lynette63696
The food was amazing - we didn't know what to choose on the menu because of all the yummy looking choices. I ended up eating the oxtail pizza and oh boy, was it DELICIOUS!!! We will definitely be back to try their mouthwatering burgersDear LynetteThank you so much for this beautiful review! We truly appreciate it!Hope to welcome you back soon!Warm regards,Reint and Karien
3. Oestafel Bistro
4 based on 28 reviews
Reviewed By Olive P - Cape Town Central, South Africa
A good place to eat
This is a pleasant wayside bistro in a delightful setting. The menu is varied and the staff are helpful and friendly. A particularly nice place for lunch.
4. Pink Lady
4 based on 54 reviews
Reviewed By Forkit - Cape Town, South Africa
Slow lazy disappointment
We visited Die Pink Lady with our children on a lazy Sunday late-morning. We were attracted by the previous reviews (read awesome milkshakes) and the fact that they were actually open on a Sunday. We were however disappointed, even making allowances for our lack of choices. The service was SLOW - there were 3 tables and it still took 25 min to serve milkshakes and coffee and 45min for lunch consisting of fish fingers and toasted sandwiches. The coffee tasted like ashtray, and the milkshake the very ordinary syrup variety. The most strange was the fact that children are not considered as patrons, as they do not get cutlery or serviettes, when arguably they need it the most. Admittedly the vetkoek (not the filling) was very good.
5. Readers Restaurant
4 based on 450 reviews
The oldest house in Church Street , Tulbagh – Readers. Offering simple, outstanding local and global cuisine, has been able to maintain a standard of excellence that has created a notable reputation with both locals and tourists. The cuisine varies on a d
Reviewed By ettelbruck - Vantaa, Finland
Best bobotie ever (even better than we have had at Graaff-Reinet). Excellent lamb. Fine local wine. Great local beer. Lovely service. Nice pricing. Beautiful environment.Go and enjoy it!There were only excellent restaurants in Tulbagh - but still this was number one. By a narrow margin only, but still.Thank you for taking time to write this review and for all the kind words. Hope you enjoyed your time in our gorgeous valley and hope to see you when you next travel through Tulbagh . Thanks and kind regards Carol
6. The Olive Terrace
4 based on 585 reviews
The Olive Terrace Bistro at the Tulbagh Hotel is open 7 days a week for breakfast lunch and dinner. The a la carte menu is a celebration of South African flavours and locally sourced seasonal fruits and vegetables and we cater for vegetarian, vegan and gl
Reviewed By ettelbruck - Vantaa, Finland
Biggest in town
This is biggest restaurant in town, located on main street. And within the biggest hotel. So no surprise service was very fast - but still friendly.We really enjoyed our lamb bon bon with great local wine. Also desserts were OK. Only 'problem' was that our favorite port had ended, luckily they have wide variety.Fine restaurant, worth visiting - but remember, there are restaurants with more character in Tulbagh.Dear Ettelbruck many thanks for your valued review. We predominantly use fresh local produce in our menus and always ensure you have vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. I’m surprised you suggest the restaurant lacks character. We have four dining areas, the stoep under the White Karee tree, the courtyard, a tapas wine bar as well as the main dining room. All inside areas are air conditioned and have fireplaces for those chilly winter evenings. Hope to welcome you back soon Alasdair
7. Paddagang Eethuis & Fijne Wijne
4 based on 90 reviews
SItuated in Tulbagh's historic and charming Church Street, Paddagang serves traditional and contemporary South African, Cape-Malay and Dutch dishes with a warm and hearty smile.
Reviewed By Gourirtz
A good experience.
I had the Bobotie which was well prepared. I loved the pumpkin with it! My husband had the Pork belly and was very happy with his choice. A lovely atmosphere outside on the verandah. Will definitely eat there again.Thank you for your valued review. We are a little disappointed that we only got an average rating yet you enjoyed everything about your visit. Please contact us on [email protected] with any ideas on how we can up our game to get a 5* rating on your next visit.
8. Ceres Brewery
Reviewed By AudreyH1637
Train Ride Trek
We popped into the Ceres Brewery with a huge group of people after the Man Against Machine Train Race. The staff went out of their way to serve us as quickly as possible. The cold beers and delicious pizza went down very well.