Fresh country air and a range of outdoor activities ensure hearty appetites while in Dullstroom and the town has plenty to offer in the way of dining-out. You will find most of the regular franchises here, to grab a quick bite, as well as a range of unique and highly-rated establishments should your tastes lean towards finer things.
Casual dining is offered at side walk cafés, such as Country Corner, which offers a large breakfast and lunch menu featuring pizza and other hearty fare as well as home-made cakes and delicious beverages.
Pub meals are served up at Duck and Trout, Poacher and the Dullstroom Inn with its signature year-round log fire which keeps the cosy country charm going whatever the season. If you believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, pop in to the Dunkeld Inn for an expansive buffet or The Old Transvaal Restaurant for a plated breakfast. Both of these establishments are also open for lunch and dinner. The Old Transvaal Restaurant specialises in traditional South African meals and trout dishes, while Dunkeld Inn offers superb five-course dinners.
Every small country town has to have a Pancake Place and in Dullstroom it goes by the name of Harries, where you can enjoy both savoury and sweet varieties. Harries exceptional savoury pancakes have earned it a place on eatout.co.za’s ‘Best Restaurants in Mpumalanga‘ list. This distinction is shared by only three other restaurants, namely:
Walkersons – recognised by the Chaine de Rotisseurs for its superb level of cuisine, service and hospitality and awarded platinum status for its wine list by Diners Club.
Mrs Simpsons – this eclectic eatery was listed in DINE 2008’s top 100 restaurants and continues to receive 5 star customer ratings on Tripadvisor.
Pickles and Things – not just a pretty place, Pickles and Things is famous for fresh, healthy, delicious cuisine.
With over 30 restaurants to choose from in Dullstroom, most of an exceptionally high calibre, the only dining dilemma you will face here is which one to try out next.