Where is the place of much water? Where the booming breakers of the Indian Ocean relentlessly pound rocky shores, where temperate high forest and fynbos roll down to the sea in an unspoilt verdant carpet, where ancient rivers carve their paths to the ocean down rocky ravines.
This, "the place of much water", is the Tsitsikamma Section of the Garden Route National Park, where Tsitsikamma Restaurant is situated.
Tsitsikamma Restaurant is a glorious seafood eatery, contained by the Garden Route National Park. With a variety of dishes from traditional English breakfast & toasted sandwiches to burgers, pastas and steak, egg and chips however they put the most emphasis on their scrumptious seafood. Come try our Tsitsikamma Platter with ocean fresh fillet of hake, calamari, and a prawn skewer served with savoury rice and tartar sauce or our Fisherman’s Platter with a prawn skewer, mussels in garlic sauce and fresh line fish, calamari, spicy rice & chips.
The heartland of the park stretches some 5km to sea, protecting a wonderland of inter-tidal life, reef and deep-sea fish. Dolphins frolic in the breakers, surfing and playing for the sheer joy of life, and the gentle giant of the ocean, the southern right whale visits here, coming inshore to breed. Tsitsikamma Restaurant is also a SASSI Aware participant which means they support sustainable and responsible fishing and seafood.
The famous Storms River Suspension Bridge spans the river mouth. There is also the Natures Valley Rest Camp at Natures Valley. This is where the world renowned Otter and Tsitsikamma Mountain trails starts.
- Monday – Sunday: 08:30 to 22:00
Did You Know?
Did You Know?
- The Wilderness section of the GRNP has a Ramsar site (wetland of global significance). It has the potential to conserve whole ecosystems from catchments to sea.