Kuruman is a town with just over 13,000 inhabitants in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. It is known for its scenic beauty and the Eye of Kuruman, a geological feature that brings water from deep underground. It was at first a mission station of the London Missionary Society founded by Robert Moffat in 1821. It was also the place where David Livingstone arrived for his first position as a missionary in 1841. The Kuruman River, which is dry except for flash floods after heavy rain (see wadi), is named after the town.
Restaurants in Kuruman
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Spoil your family & eat out at Del Rio Spur, we are the best steakhouse & burger restaurant in Kuruman. Bring along your kids for some great tasting food & dessert from our famous Spur menu.
Great place for dinner in kuruman! Excellent steak and burger - good value for money. The Don Pedro was awesome!
4 based on 16 reviews
So you're stuck in Kuruman! The Oasis restaurant at the casino just out of town is a welcome relief to any other options in town. The service was a little slow, and the restaurant itself is quite noisy, however the food was good. Pricing was acceptable.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Get away from the hustle of busy Kuruman, and step into this delightful little cafe tucked away from the main centre - its worth it. Food is delicious and excellent value - a short menu put up on 2 chalk boards. Have a squizz around for local goodies on sale, or items to decorate your home.
You get served with a very welcome jug of cold mint infused water on arrival - I like this touch - especially when it is so hot outside. But the interior of the restaurant is cool.
We stopped in for breakfast and were not disappointed - you will not go hungry. The lady that served us had been living in Kuruman for 7 years and was very friendly, helpful and just plain nice!!
Excellent value for money and a must visit in Kuruman.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This is a quirky little Kalahari Pub and Grill with a Rustic Ambiance. A place where there is time for donkey-cart rides, and slow wining and dining. Lovely Farm-style food, good service (although a little slow - they prepare everything fresh). When you are near Kathu in the Northern Cape, take the R380 road (its 28km from Kathu)...don't miss out on this one....a visit to remember. Make it your pit-stop, make it a road-trip!!
5 based on 1 reviews
Panmol Bistro Restaurant is situated in Kuruman in the heart of the Northern Cape. Our Restaurant offers a memorable experience with contemporary food and wine.The A la Carte and set menus that portray a sense of artistry perfect for pampered palates are available daily. Chef Lebo's everlasting passion never rests to reinvent new exciting dishes to entice his patrons to an incredible dining.
i made a booking for food and wine pairing dinner
the seafood dish paired with sauvignon blanc took me back to the cape , the seafood pot was cooked to perfection and the home made bread was a cherry on top..oh yeah the portions of prwans/crab sticks and snail were well cut off
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