Kobus van der Merwe Forages at Wolfgat

By |2020-01-30T15:16:06+02:00September 11th, 2019|Africa, Chefs, Destination Meals, Featured Articles, Fine Dining, Food, Food & Travel, Food Culture, Patrenoster, Profile, Restaurants, Seafood, South Africa, Travel, West Coast, What to eat, Where to stay|

The salty tang of fresh kelp lifts on a crisp breeze, across the cream-colored sands of Die Krans in Paternoster, once the lookout for fishermen monitoring the weather. Kobus van der Merwe stands on the verandah of his sparse 20-seater restaurant, a 130-year-old fisherman’s cottage called Wolfgat, about two hours from Cape Town, overlooking this point.

Review: Gaaitjie Salt Water Restaurant, Paternoster

By |2017-05-05T17:51:46+02:00October 24th, 2010|Restaurants, Review, Travel, Travel in Africa|

Review of Gaatjie: West Coast gem During a recent long weekend break in Paternoster, we dined at Suzi Holtzhausen's fisherman cottage- style, Gaaitjie Salt Water restaurant, located ideally on the beach and famed for its creative and seasonal gastronomic offerings that rival the best in Cape Town and the wine lands. If you've been to [...]

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