Blue Olive Restaurant Wilderness (Western Cape)

Corner of George Road and Leila Lane

Western Cape
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Enjoy pure, unpretentious coastal cuisine using real food as close to their natural state drenched with olive oil and natural goodness. Blue Olive Restaurant embraces family traditions and fresh produce sourced straight from local farmers where family and friends can share and get together to enjoy the simple things in life.

Tantalise the taste buds next to a cracking fireplace during winter or linger around in the afternoon sun on the wooden deck shaded by ancient Milk woods.

From classic eggs Benedict drenched in hollandaise sauce to healthy fruity muesli dressed in yogurt, honey and fruit salad for breakfast. For tempting starters try either Springbok Carpaccio served on a bed of rocket, parmesan and balsamic reduction or Feta, olive, cocktail tomatoes & garlic drizzled with pesto olive oil to mention a few.

Move on to a succulent 500g T-bone steak grilled to perfection served with potato wedges and veggies followed by sinful chocolate nemesis a deep-fried chocolate bar wrapped in a phyllo pastry.

The Blue Olive Restaurant caters and satisfies the most exotic palates with smooth, easy-going cuisine touched by African hospitality and Mediterranean flair.

Monday - Thursday 07:30 - 22:00
Friday 07:30 - 01:00
Saturday - Sunday 07:30 - 22:00


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