Best Gastropub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Gastropub food in Limpopo Province. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Gastropub restaurants near you.. Limpopo (UK: /lɪmˈpoʊpoʊ/) is the northernmost province of South Africa. It is named after the Limpopo River, which forms the province's western and northern borders. The name "Limpopo" has its etymological origin in the Northern Sotho language word diphororo tša meetse, meaning "strong gushing waterfalls". The capital is Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg).
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4 based on 444 reviews
Sleepers is Located in the old Railway station Building in Hoedspruit. lovely outside seating on the deck under huge Mahogany tree's or have a drink in the cosy railway pub!
One of the eldest restaurants in town, if not the eldest. Nice local atmosphere, the restaurant is located in the old hoedspruit railway station. Large choice of dishes on the menu, you cant go wrong. Welldone Craig and team.Thank you for your Review, and supporting us on a regular basis
4 based on 144 reviews
Three Bridges restaurant is a lovely restaurant located on the banks of the Olifants River, looking into greater Kruger! You might be able to see Buffalo, Hippo's, Elephants or other animals walking along the River while you are having your meal. We also
Based above the Olifants river this restaurant and accommodation facility has an amazing gift shop too! Food is amazing and view over the river is stunning! Thank you very much for your lovely review! It's much appreciated.
5 based on 25 reviews
Khaya Ndlovu is situated in the Khaya Ndlovu Game Reserve, surrounded by nature, yet a stoneâs throw away from Hoedspruit, gateway to the greater Kruger - wildlife haven of the Limpopo Province, South Africa. The core of our establishment, the Manor House
There are so many amazing memories from our first trip to South Africa but I have to say that our dinner on the last night at Khaya Ndlovu Manor House made it perfect! My only regret is that we didn't get to actually stay at the reserve. If our dining experience is any indication of the customer service and attention to detail that was shown to us for a few hours, I can only imagine how wonderful a stay would be at this beautiful Manor House!We were initially unsure if the restaurant was open to the public or if it was just for guests. With all the great reviews on tripadvisor about Khaya Ndlovu, I called ahead to see if I could book dinner. I was told that we could and they would need at least a 24-48 hour notice. This worked out perfectly for our last night in Limpopo. They were also very helpful with adjusting the evening's menu for one of our party with diet restrictions. The interesting part was when I was speaking to the person on the phone I was told that the meal could be served to our convenience since we were the only guests. The reality of that statement didn't impact me until our arrival.From the moment we drove up and were greeted in the driveway by not one but two of the staff, to the final dinner course, everything really was perfection! And the earlier remark made by the staff that took our reservation was brought home as we were escorted to the dining area and discovered that we were the only party having dinner. A lovely table was set for the four of us next to the pool deck that overlooked the reserve. It really was magical!The staff was extremely welcoming and outgoing. The four course meal was divine! From the scampi dish for my friend to the meat dish served to the rest of us! Everything from presentation to flavor was wonderful. We all enjoyed our meal immensely and having the Chef and his assistant to come out to meet us and check on our meal was the perfect touch!Thank you to everyone at The Khaya Ndlovu Manor House for making our visit to memorable! We hope to return for a stay!
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