De Vette Mossel Hartbeesport

next to Ennis-Nursery and close to Jasmyn Vrugtemark

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De Vette Mossel (The Fat Mussel) offers much more than just perfectly prepared seafood – this is an experience – in unusual and informal surroundings with traditional Cape fishing culture – in true West Coast Style. Sip some wine, gaze over the bushveld, and indulge in seafood!

De Vette Mossel strives to offer much more than merely perfectly prepared seafood – this is an experience, in unusual and informal surroundings, where you relax with friends (old ones and newly found ones), where your time is your own and where you may eat as much as you like – just like we do along the West Coast.

The excellent preparation of top quality seafood, in abundance, and value for money, is our pride.

Friday - Saturday Dinner
Sunday from 13:00

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Price Range: Reasonable
Seating: Unknown
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De Vette Mossel Hartbeesport

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