Royal Hotel's Restaurant @ Hof Street
Location: Riebeek Kasteel
At a glance, the menu at the Royal Hotel is 'unfussy' country cuisine, well-suited to its Swartland location. But on closer inspection you’ll see the kitchen has ramped the standard of bistro cooking up a notch: triple-cooked fries and aged cheddar accompany the Burger Royale. Banting-friendly Kingklip is served on an asparagus bed with lemon hollandaise, and apples for the Stilton salad are cooked sous vide. The Royal Terrine, easily a standout starter, combines free-range chicken, confit duck and cured pork in an elegantly plated slice of delicious. Main courses run through a range of crowd-pleasers, with generous portions of barbecued pork belly, braised lamb shoulder or confit duck, to name a few.
The kitchen is operational from 7am till late. We offer breakfast, lunch, High Tea, snacks, platters and dinner. With 7 designated eating areas you are spoiled for choice, regarding the setting you'd prefer.
The 150-year-old colonial pub with adjacent smoking restaurant, the non-smoking restaurant, the lounge for High Teas and (weather permitting) the stoep, two outside terraces, the outside bar with terrace and the outside lounge.
Review: Richard Holmes @ EatOut
Monday - Sunday: 07h00 – 20h30