The Secret Tea Garden

2 Reviews
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Burgers, Café fare, Coffee, Light meals
Phone Number 0114671191 Opening Hours

Monday Closed; Tuesday to Thursday 9am to 4pm; Wednesday to Friday 10.30am to 5pm; Saturday to Sunday 8am to 5pm


Menu - Function List for August - Updated August 2019 SGT Menu - Updated August 2019


R65 avg main meal
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Burgers, Café fare, Coffee, Light meals
R65 avg main meal
Groups, Kids
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Alfresco, Breakfast, Food, Lunch, Parking, Serves food

Critic's review

  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Food

Mokgadi Itsweng

The menu offers a delicious spread of breakfast, light meals, salads, burgers and desserts, including a kid’s menu. For breakfast, try the coastal breakfast of smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and chives, served with your choice of freshly baked bread, or try ‘The Banting Benedicts’, featuring two poached eggs, hickory ham or wilted spinach served on a giant mushroom, topped with creamy hollandaise sauce.

They have a good choice of burgers on the menu, with all options available in banting versions.

For something light but filling, try the crumbed chicken and halloumi salad, served on seasonal greens with a honey-mustard vinaigrette.

The dessert menu is filled with delicious, freshly baked favourites like the pecan nut pie, chocolate brownies and whatever cake was made that day at the on-site bakery.
The menu also offers the famous high tea platter for two, which comes with scones, cake of the day, biscuits and savoury sandwiches. They also offer amazing a kid’s menu on the functions menu, which includes a girl’s high-tea party and a kid’s picnic.

The restaurant offers a full bar, with a good selection of South African wines, spirits, beers and ciders. All the wines are well priced.

The service is slow, even for a busy restaurant, but it’s made up for with good menu recommendations.

The Secret Tea Garden is the perfect place to go to enjoy the outdoors with your whole family. The outdoor kids’ play area keeps the kids entertained while parents enjoy a glass of wine, a tea party or a simple lunch while relaxing in the garden.


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User reviews

2 Reviews
    We were a family of 5 for breakfast. Food was really not good looking or tasting. I put it down to an experience learnt. At least the beer was cold.

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