Bernhard's Taphuis

 
 
10 Baron van Rheede Street
Oudtshoorn
Western Cape
 
044 272 3208
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Bernhard's Taphuis is a well known and established restaurant situated diagonally across from the C.P. Nell Museum, located in the historic part of Oudtshoorn. The Patron, Bernhard Esterer from Austria, has been the host for over seven years to numerous local and foreign guests who come again and again to this highly successful restaurant.

At the Taphuis one can enjoy country cuisine at it's very best, accompanied by the fine wines of the region. At the Ostrich hunting bar, stylish drinks and bar meals are served and the balcony beckons for convivial relaxation.

Next door to the Taphuis, Bernard established Montague House in 1997 (Cafe - Bistro - Restaurant), this is the perfect stopover for smaller groups and buses for coffee, lunch and dinner. Unique in its breathtaking interior it will take you on a journey to a bygone era whilst enjoying excellent quality catering.

Open:

Monday - Sunday 07:30 - 18:00

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Price Range: Mid
Seating: 100+
 
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Booking Required
  • Parking
 
 
 

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