Geelbek Restaurant stimulates all five senses when it comes to 'plating up' West Coast and South African cuisine.
This popular and well-known restaurant is situated near the Langebaan lagoon, inside the West Coast National Park, in the old Geelbek main house. This Cape Dutch building is a National Monument and was renovated three times since it was first built in 1744.
Geelbek has a reputation for fine yet traditional West Coast dining in a beautiful setting. Enjoy birds, sunshine and the views of flamingos while enjoying your food. The restaurant serves traditional food with a colonial flair. All recipes are well rooted in South African heritage with some of the recipes being more than 300 years old.
Expect typically South African ingredients like tamarind, cardamom, sour fig, caraway, aniseed, honeybush and cinnamon, along with trendy twists to some of the old classics. Popular dishes include:, bobotie, hearty ostrich burgers and fragrant Cape Malay curries. Geelbek’s Christmas lunch and flower season buffet is also very popular, but be advised to book well in advance.
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Monday - Sunday: 09:00 - 17:00