2 Reviews
Deli fare, Pizzas, Seafood, South African, Steak
Phone Number 0217891391 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Breakfast: Monday to Sunday 7am to 11am

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12.30pm to 3pm

Dinner: Monday to Sunday 7pm to 11pm

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Menu - Menu at Thorfynns - Updated March 2019 Wine List at Thorfynns - Updated March 2019


R70 avg main meal
Deli fare, Pizzas, Seafood, South African, Steak
R70 avg main meal
Groups, Special occasions, Views
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Alfresco, Booking required, Child friendly, Functions, Licensed, Live entertainment, Parking, Smoking, Vegetarian, WiFi

Owner's description

Thorfynn’s Restaurant opens its doors at 7am, providing wholesome and healthy breakfasts, a fine selection of coffee and tea blends, and fantastic sea view in a natural setting. Ultra fast WiFi is available, as is the news broadcast on DStv.

After a hearty farmhouse breakfast (served all day) on the restaurant deck overlooking the sea, guests can wander straight down through the milkwood forest onto the spectacular 8km stretch of soft unspoiled sand of Noordhoek beach.

Tree decks at the restaurant offer natural beauty sheltered from the wind; a great spot for sunset cocktails, often accompanied by live music. There's a wood fire in the restaurant, which is decorated with cottage-style antiques and gleaming brass.

The menu makes use of the freshest local free-range produce and includes a great selection of vegetarian dishes, excellent wood-fire pizzas, sushi (from November), home baked wholewheat bread, desserts and cakes, good coffee and wines, succulent seafood dishes and tasty South African traditional dishes.

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User reviews

2 Reviews
    What a letdown! Was told that the calamari was some of the best in Cape Town, but was sorely disappointed. They charged us R95 for a pathetic portion. The calamari was mostly flavourless and was cold when it arrived! The chips had the texture of food that has been prepared, frozen, and then reheated. They were disgusting. The best part of the meal was the veggies on the side...and that is saying something. To add insult to injury, they charged me R38 for a rock shandy! Absolutely unacceptable. A few friends had the same food as me and the same complaint: cold calamari, terrible chips, horrendously overpriced. The service was slow even though the waiters were friendly. A pity about the food since the venue is so beautiful.

    Amazing setting! Watch out for tiny calamari offering though - R85 for a starter-size dish!

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