• Discovering breathtaking places to visit and finding great restaurants with delicious food is a foodie’s favourite thing to do. If you’re heading to Mossel Bay soon, you’re in for a culinary adventure.

    The restaurants of Mossel Bay leave no room for disappointment. From indulging in wild oysters and exquisite seafood to savouring steak houses, buffets, and classic fish & chips by the harbour. In Mossel Bay, you’ll never find yourself at a loss for where to dine!

    Explore where to eat in Mossel Bay

    1. Salt & Copper

    Where to eat in Mossel Bay
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    Located along the R102 in Hartenbos, Salt & Copper Restaurant presents a diverse array of gourmet dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their enticing menu includes a special selection for children, complemented by delightful outdoor play areas for their enjoyment.

    This establishment is an ideal venue for hosting a range of private events, including weddings, birthdays, kiddies parties, baby showers, and kitchen teas. Additionally, Salt & Copper offers an offsite ‘rent our chef’ experience, allowing patrons to relax and relish their services in the cosy ambiance of their own homes.

    Address: R102, Hartenbos, Mossel Bay, 6520

    Hours: Tuesday – Thursday and Sunday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm; Friday – Saturday, 8:00 am – 9:30 pm

    Contact: 044 150 0054

    2. Spekbos Restaurant

    Where to eat in Mossel Bay
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    Perched with a captivating view of the dam and verdant plains, Spekbos restaurant offers a picturesque dining experience amidst the untamed beauty of Botlierskop. Delight in their extensive a la carte lunch selection featuring gourmet burgers, succulent flame-grilled pork ribs, fresh salads, flavourful wraps, and a variety of specialty dishes. Enhance your dining experience by pairing your meal with an exhilarating game drive, a leisurely horseback safari, or a rejuvenating spa treatment.

    Address: Mossel Bay, 6940

    Hours: Monday – Sunday, 7 am – 3 pm

    Contact: 044 696 6055

    3. Big Blu Restaurant

    Where to eat in Mossel Bay
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    Nestled in a beachside setting, Big Blu Venue exudes a vibrant Surf Cafe Style ambience, serving up delectable seafood and regional delicacies.

    This tapas-style eatery invites guests to craft their own culinary adventure, with options ranging from fresh fish and calamari to succulent mussels and zesty chicken wings. Not to be missed are our tantalising sliders, featuring pulled pork, beef, and chicken varieties that are sure to tantalize the taste buds.

    Address: The Point, Mossel Bay, 6506

    Hours: Sunday – Thursday, 9 am – 9 pm; Friday and Saturday, 9 am – 11 pm

    Contact: 044 691 2010

    4. Oyster Bar

    Where to eat in Mossel Bay
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    Nestled within the Mossel Bay Harbour, the Mossel Bay Oyster Bar offers an idyllic setting for basking in the sunset’s glow, all while indulging in your preferred sparkling wine or cocktail and relishing a delectable array of sushi platters and seafood specialties. And of course, no visit would be complete without savouring a few freshly shucked oysters to truly commemorate the moment.

    Address: Quay 4, Mossel Bay Harbour, 6500, Mossel Bay

    Hours: Monday – Friday 10 am – 10 pm, Saturday – Sunday, 9 am – 10 pm

    Contact: 044 333 0202

    5. The Marbled Wagyu Mossel Bay

    Where to eat in Mossel Bay
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    Indulge your palate in a culinary journey unlike any other at Marbled Wagyu, a distinguished dining destination nestled in the heart of Mossel Bay. Renowned for its commitment to excellence, Marbled Wagyu invites patrons to experience the unparalleled richness and tenderness of Wagyu beef, meticulously sourced and expertly prepared to perfection.

    Address: Mossel Bay Harbour, Mossel Bay Central, Mossel Bay, 6500

    Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 10 pm

    Contact: 072 091 3616

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