Knysna features many restaurants with many different cuisine choices. Knysna is well-known for it’s oysters though.
The Olive Tree is local favourite which has a casual setting all packed with the candlelight setting and white linens. They have a wood burning oven where they cook their pizza and roast their baby kingklip. They also serve other delicious dishes like seafood curry. They also have vegetarian offerings. Tel: 044 382 5867 Main Road (N2).
Caffe Mario. If you are looking for delicious Italian food with a South African touch, Caffe Mario is the place to be. Everyone agrees that this restaurant serves the best pizzas of Knysna and surroundings. This busy place welcomes all its guests with open arms and the friendly staff will do everything they can to give you an enjoyable night out. www.knysnawaterfront.com Tel: 044 382 7250 Shop No. 9 Knysna Waterfront.
Sirocco is on the water’s edge of Thesen Harbour Town. The restaurant is suggestively named after the warm wind that blows across the Mediterranean. The menu consists of sushi, pizza, oysters and cocktails. Guests can enjoy lunch and dinner in this trendy and vibrant social hub.They offer a transfer service to and from the Restaurant. Tel: 044 382 487428 Thesen Island house.
Freshline Fisheries is an outdoor beach restaurant. They serve a selection of fresh seafood dishes on their beach in a relaxed atmosphere. Guests can enjoy the WesKus (West Coast) braai or they can choose from their choice of classics like Fish and Chips, and many more. Everything that Freshline Fisheries offers makes it the special place that it is. Not licensed for alcohol so bring Your Own Drinks – No corkage! Bookings advised Tel: 044 382 3131Railway Siding Dockyard. Behind Tait Marine.
34 Degrees South. Also known as ‘the home of Knysna oysters’, The place has no distinctive identity because it’s not really a bar, a restaurant or a deli, but it’s definitely a place where people can come and socialize. At 34 South, you can leave this place with a belly full of seafood or home-baked bread and as a parting gift; you can leave with wine, some goodies from their deli or something tasty from their sushi bar. www.34south.biz Tel: 044 382 7331 Shop No.19 Knysna Waterfront.
Tapas and Oysters has a relaxed atmosphere that puts guests at ease and their dishes are affordable. Spanish cuisine and seafood are mainly served at this restaurant, but they also serve other types of cuisines. The restaurant’s name tells customers what they can expect from this place. Tapas and Oyster opens seven days a week, from 11am until late. www.tapasknysna.co.za Tel: 044 382 7196 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Thesen Island.
Cruise Cafe is famous for its seafood and current styled food. Guests can enjoy the coffees and classy cocktails that sets them apart from other establishments. This place also serves really great steaks. Cruise Cafe offers its guests some magnificent views while they enjoy the tasty breakfast, healthy lunches and delicious dinners from their exquisite and extensive menu. www.knysnafeatherbed.com Tel: 044 382 1693 E-mail: email@example.com Remembrance Drive.