Phalaborwa is a town in the Mopani District Municipality, Limpopo province, South Africa. It is located near the confluence of the Ga-Selati River and the Olifants, halfway up along the eastern border of the Kruger National Park in the Lowveld.
Things to do in Phalaborwa
4 based on 242 reviews
The staff at Buffalo's are friendly, helpful and easily remember customers and their preferences. The food is always good and well priced.Hi Kathy Thank you for your positive feed back, we are pleased that you enjoy our good food and great service......Good to see you again and hope you are enjoying your SA holiday!! The Buffalo Team
3.5 based on 48 reviews
Saw adverts around town of really good deals on food at Villa Luso all over Phalaborwa and thought this must be the place to go. Ordered what was on special that day which was eisbein and chips never had it before and will never order it again, my partner ordered the same and he enjoys eisbein but also could not eat this dish, It was chewy and really not tasty my chips were burnt. Will give this one a skip next time.
4 based on 22 reviews
They offer great homemade type food - great pies to take home. Their breakfast is superb. After breakfast you can go walk around In-House and maybe even do a bit of household shopping. They have a lovely clothing and shoe section as well. Worth a visit!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The Bus Stop Coffee Shop serves the best coffee in town together with light meals the is made to your order. Your can also shop from our deli and stroll around the shop selling from painting to wool and a variety of arts and crafts.
This was my first time visiting and I'm not disappointed! They have a cute little shop with lots of different things, gifts, baked goods and just about something of everything. I only had coffee, the service was speedy and the atmosphere was great! I'd definitely visit again to eat something delicious.
3.5 based on 49 reviews
Spoil your family & eat out at Yurok Spur, we are the best steakhouse & burger restaurant in Phalaborwa. Bring along your kids for some great tasting food & dessert from our famous Spur menu.
Takes long to take drink orders
They mess up a simple thing like a milkshake, after you send it back, comes back worse and even though you informed the waiter that you can't dink it, still get charged for it. Kids entertainment is terrible, most if not all the video games don't work, the only play area is only designed for very small kids that leaves the little bit older kids bored.
4 based on 40 reviews
1. Don't know difference between beer and sider
2. Don't have Wi-Fi for clients
There a battalion of waiters in large empty room. It is better to spend time in Big Five grill and pub nearby - more friendly, less pathos.
5 based on 7 reviews
The best cockail bar in the area. You must try the Phillips special cocktails. Try the blue with the baileys,amazing!!!! We receive here the best service,they couldnt do enough for us. For sure i would return here,again and again. Thank you for the great time.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
My husband and I were impressed with the warm and friendly and professional guesthouse situated in Phalaborwa and 5 minutes from Kruger National Park gate. Our room were comfortable, and detail to everything was presence. The staff are professional and quickly arranged a night safari game drive for us and a rivers safari, without hassle. The breakfast was freshly prepared with fresh ingredients and of high standard. Location to Airport is close where we gave back our rental car before flying out.
4 based on 53 reviews
Not expecting much we were very delighted in finding this place. The staff is excellent and friendly. The the food is very nice and mug soon was happy to finally have a pizza. My chicken espeta was delicious.
If you're staying in the Sefapane lodge this place is at walking distance.
3 based on 6 reviews
I visited the restaurant on a Friday night, and even though the ambience around wasnt the best, the food made up for it. I highly recommend the Soul food section of the menu, where i had tripe and my wife had oxtail with muffin shaped dombolo, which was very delicious. A tad overpriced to have to buy tripe for R120+.
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