Best Mediterranean food near Melville, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

September 13, 2021 Jacquiline Darosa

Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Melville including Trattoria La Terraza, Stephward Estate Country House, BA-Pita, Ocean Basket South Coast Mall

1. Trattoria La Terraza

Umkobi Beach Outlook Road, Southbroom, Margate 4277 South Africa Italian, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service +27 39 316 6162 http://www.trattoria.co.za
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4 based on 301 reviews

Trattoria La Terraza

Reviewed By dldldlldld

Everytime we eat here, the experience is memorable. The artistic blend of flavours and presentation is unbelievable. Thank you.Greetings,Thank you so much for your great review.It's wonderful to get such positive feedback, and definitely makes our work all the more rewarding. Looking forward to your next visit.Nicci and the Trattoria team.

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2. Stephward Estate Country House

1B Meriel Road, Uvongo 4270 South Africa African, Mediterranean, British, Central European, European Late Night, Drinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Seating, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +27 39 315 5926 http://www.stephward.co.za
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4 based on 19 reviews

Stephward Estate Country House

We specialize in the Old way of dining with elegance and service to match. Step back into a bygone era. The food is freshly prepared on order by Chef Stephen Van Belkum. The Menu is complimented with fresh homemade breads There is a bit of everything on t

Reviewed By BARRYBE

Howard showed us around their impressive orchid nursery and Stephen gave us an excellent chat about the various types of Hoya plants they have.Also took a walk around their property which includes a quaint chapel . Had cappuccinos and tea close to their swimming pool,which were good . Will visit againAlways welcome to our small part of heaven! Hope to see you all soon.Stephen & Howard

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3. BA-Pita

No 1 Seventh Street Shop 2, Melville South Africa Mediterranean, Middle Eastern +27 10 020 8363 https://www.ba-pita.co.za/

Reviewed By Michele A

We called in about 3pm wanting a light late lunch and ordered one of the share plates. It was fabulous, fresh Lebanese at it's best. Honestly the best falafel I've ever had. They were prepared and happily packed our left overs which we finished at home for dinner. Great draft beer and a cider too.

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4. Ocean Basket South Coast Mall

Shop 21 South Coast Mall,, Shelly Beach 4265 South Africa Sushi, Mediterranean Dinner, Lunch, Late Night Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Takeout, Table Service +27 39 315 0856 http://oceanbasket.com/
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3 based on 24 reviews

Ocean Basket South Coast Mall

At Ocean Basket South Coast Mall you'll find friendly people, a home-from-home feeling and great value for your hard-earned bucks.

Reviewed By OurVanLife

My sister had always teased me that I'd never eaten 'real' sushi and treated me to lunch out at Ocean Basket. We were greeted immediately on arrival but I found it a real struggle to understand the waitress. I had a shopping trolly with me as we had come straight from the supermarket across the mall. I had to ask where I should put it as they seemed more than comfortable for me to walk through the restaurant with it. I feel that it would have been nice to have been guided before I found myself in this situation.We sat and we're handed menus quickly and asked what we would like to drink. We asked for a carafe of lemonade but we were told that there was no clean tap water available and he lemonade required diluting. We would have to pay R44 for bottled water of we wanted it. I didn't dare ask how they were washing their fruit and vegetables!Once we ordered our food (first from the manager and then from the waitress) I got up to find the toilets, mainly to wash my hands before I ate. I found that they didn't have toilets. The nearest were somewhere in the shopping mall. Not only could I not wash my hands I also found that I had now got multiple splinters through my trousers from the wood woven seat at the table. Trying to dig them out of my leg without a bathroom was quite unladylike!We soon had a roll and butter on the table. The bread was warm and delicious but for the first time ever I experienced not having enough bread for the tiny block of butter. The roll was tiny. Such a shame as the wait for food was a while, even though the resturant was empty.The only reason for giving stars to this review at all is for the food alone. It was really good. It tasted fresh and it was well presented. At least my sister had managed to achieve her goal.Please address the customer service and the nasty chairs and you would have a restaurant I would be happy to return to.

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