Eating Out in Graaff ReinetThe Coral Tree Restaurant
Where? 61 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet, Karoo Heartland, Eastern Cape
When? Please enquire.
How? Call +27 (0)49 892-5947
The Eastern Cape Province of South Africa is a treasure trove of little gems. It remains one of the country’s quietest provinces in terms of tourism, which actually gives it a serenity that tourists from all over the world love. Graaff-Reinet is the fourth-oldest town in South Africa, and is situated within the tranquillity of this province. As such, it is full of history and culture, and has a sense of heritage that is quite special.
It is in Graaff-Reinet that The Coral Tree Restaurant can be found. This eatery is situated quite idyllically in the Old Caledonian building, giving it a charm all its own. It is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
The Coral Tree Restaurant is known for its traditional favourites; such as kudu steaks, Karoo lamb and the ever-popular melktert. However, there are also plenty of other dishes from which to choose; both savoury and sweet. These are as varied as the clientele themselves, ensuring that there is something to suit the palate and preference of just about anyone. So, whether you are celebrating a big event with family and friends, or just popping in for a quick cake and coffee, The Coral Tree is perfect. It is open for hearty breakfasts, tasty lunches and delicious dinners.
Thanks to its location, The Coral Tree Restaurant is close to a number of local tourist attractions. These include Camdeboo National Park, the Valley of Desolation, Reinet House Museum, the Agave Distillery (where tequilas are made and sold) and a range of national monuments.