With 8 out of South Africa’s 9 provinces boasting their own micro-breweries and artisanal beers, it was on a visit to Anvil Ale in Dullstroom that I got the chance to taste the very best that the province of Mpumalanga has to offer. The area of Dullstroom is famous for its trout fishing and Anvil Ale, complete with a beautiful alfFresco eating area, is famous for its ales. It is therefore the perfect setting to experience the local trout, or if you prefer, some delicious German worst complete with relishes and breads. Passion abounds here, the staff are friendly, the food is great, the setting beautiful and, of course, the beer sensational!
- Contact: At the end of town, last building in Naledi Street on the left towards Mashishing
- Cel: +27 (73) 168 6603
- Email: email@example.com
- Web: www.anvilbrewery.com
- Updated: 17/12/2012
Originally an old trading store, now a quirky family restaurant where the focus is on locally-grown seasonal produce. An extensive wine list complements a menu for all tastes from fillet to venison to fish. Hamilton's is relaxed and casual, so sit inside or out on the deck and watch as the kids enjoy a welcome run around the giant baobab and lush lawns.
- Prices: Average 3-course meal R160.
- Contact: Riverside farm, Malelane gate Rd, Malelane
- Tel: 013-790-3421
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Updated: 31/01/2010
Tides Seafood Diner
I found myself in the middle of the Lowveld craving a good seafood dish. A dilemma considering we were hundreds of kilometres away from any coastal town. I soon found out how far wrong I was. Tides Seafood Diner is located in the small town of Hazyview and offers some of the best seafood I have tasted in a long while. The food was delicious and fresh, the service was honest and friendly and the overall experience was impressive.
- Contact: Rendezvous Tourism Centre, Main Street, Hazyview
- Tel: +27 (13) 737 8087
- Email: email@example.com
- Web: http://www.tidesdiner.co.za/
- Updated: 15/04/2013