Hermanus Restaurants

Please scroll down to see more Hermanus Restaurants and reviews below the text. Hermanus Restaurants Hermanus Places to eat cater for every taste under the sun, from Fish & Chips and Fast Food to Fine Dining to Boerekos’ to Gourmet, Sushi to Italian, Indian food to French cuisine, German food to Swedish gravad lux, Chinese food to Fusion creations, Mediterranean Spanish tapas to Portuguese chouriço.

We are spoiled for choice in Hermanus and surrounds with good restaurants spread over the whole town and into the Hemel and Aarde Valley. Find our Hermanus Restaurant full list and articles on Restaurants in and around Hermanus. Hermanus Restaurants include pubs, cafes and bars. Many wine estates offer food & wine tastings and some are known for it’s in-house restaurants. The Hermanus Restaurant list includes all styles, from elegant to relaxed to chilled-out garden restaurants and farm restaurant settings. The seafront restaurants are popular and are spread from the Restaurants at the New Harbour all along the shoreline to Voelklip.

Some of our favourite Hermanus Restaurants include the restaurants at the Marine Hotel in Hermanus, Tapas wine and food bar at the old harbour, Creation Wines restaurant in the Hemel & Aarde valley. Please scroll down to see more Hermanus Restaurants and reviews below the map.

Fortunately for veggie lovers and vegetarians the awareness of good quality clean and organic food has grown immensely. Passionate chefs and top South African restaurants source excellent quality ingredients and fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit.

Most South African Restaurants cater for meat lovers as the majority of South Africans are definitely carnivorous and love their meat.

Top Hermanus restaurants take pride in sourcing their meat from live stock farmers who stopped sending their animals to feedlots to be fattened on grain, soy and other supplements.  Instead, they are keeping their animals in large natural field camps where they forage on pasture, their natural diet. These informed farmers do not treat their livestock with hormones or feed them growth-promoting additives. As a result, the animals grow at a natural pace. For these reasons and more, grass-fed animals live low-stress lives and are so healthy there is no reason to treat them with antibiotics or other drugs.