Elands Bay Road

Lambert's Bay
Western Cape
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Muisbosskerm, derives its name from a shelter being built from a bush called "Muisbos," by the native herdsmen, that migrated during the different seasons to pasture and water.

Brainchild of Edward & Elmien Turner, the Muisbosskerm is situated right on the shore, 5km's south of Lamberts Bay on the Elands Bay road.

Here the Turner family will treat you, true to their lifestyle, to some of the West Coast's most sought after seafood dishes, always fresh from the sea.

The West Coast, well known for its crayfish and different kinds of fish, baked, smoked or grilled.

From the traditional "waterblommetjie" and "hotnotskool bredie", to the ever fresh homemade potato yeast bread, straight from the the clay -oven, with butter and the region's famous "Hanepootkorrelkonfyt"

The restaurant is not open every day, therefore it is extremely important to make a reservation first.  They only prepare meals once 15 people or more have booked, as meals are not "a la carte."

Facebook:     Muisbosskerm

Lunch:    12:30 for 13:00

Dinner:   18:30 for 19:00

Breakfast on request for groups of more than 20 people.


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Price Range: Mid
Seating: 150+
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Booking Required
  • Live Entertainment
  • Parking




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