Knysna, Garden Route

Chutzpah

Cafés & Eateries / Casual Dining in or near Knysna, Garden Route in the Garden Route, South Africa.

Eating Out in KnysnaChutzpah

Cafés & Eateries

Where? Phantom Pass, Phantom Forest, Knysna, Garden Route

When? Monday to Sunday from 19h00 till late.

How? Call +27 (0)44 386-0046

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Knysna, in Garden Route

Nestled within the beautiful Phantom Forest of Knysna, along the Western Cape portion of the Garden Route, is the ethnic hub of the Chutzpah Restaurant. The Garden Route is the famous link between the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape provinces, and boasts magnificent views of the Indian Ocean, mountains, valleys and forests.

Chutzpah is a Moroccan restaurant with some Mediterranean influences and a really vibrant international look and feel. The North-African baroque style creates an authentic ambience that is hard to resist. Traditional tagine, Turkish delight and hubbly bubblies ensure that Chutzpah is a uniquely memorable restaurant in the heart of South Africa.

It is only open in the evenings. The service is friendly and efficient.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Knysna

Senate Boutique Guesthouse

Guest House

Senate Boutique Guesthouse

Senate Boutique Guesthouse offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the well known town of Knysna.There are eight ... more

Pezula Golf Villas

Self Catering

Pezula Golf Villas

Pezula Golf Villas offers self catering accommodation in 2, 3 and 4 bedroom villa across the road from the Pezula Golf ... more

Sea House

Self Catering

Sea House

Situated in a prime location high above the spectacular Knysna Heads, Sea House (sleeps 8 guests) offers stunning views ... more

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