|Monday, 18 March 2019||Home||Accommodation||Activities||Attractions||Restaurants||Events||Business||11:48pm SA Time|
Back to Main Restaurants page
De Oude Meul Restaurant Oudtshoorn is no ordinary Restaurant. It is a historic building with the Old Watermill still inside the Restaurant. Approx. 150 years old.
The Restaurant open it's doors in Oct. 2003 and is still going strong! The Restaurant is known for the wide variety of venison dishes served in the restaurant. People come from wide and far to experience it!
We are also known for the wildlife scenery and river in front of the Restaurant that creates a peaceful yet romantic atmosphere! We are situated at the foothills of the Swartberg mountains and are also surrounded by mountains. Truly The little paradise in the Klein Karoo!
We offer a pick-up service for guests staying at your guesthouse free of charge!
A LA CARTE - OPEN EVERYDAY WITH SPECIALS!!
Monday - Saturday: 11am - 4pm & 6pm - 10pm
The building was restored in 2003 when Christo & his wife Doret built 12 four star guestrooms next to the old building. The "Old Mill" inside the restaurant, was in production for about a hundred years and all the wheat from the Cango Valley was milled here. The Mill closed down in 1920 and for more than 80 years it was used as a storage facility.
WE SPECIALISE IN VENISON DISHES
The restaurant is surrounded by mountains and a free flowing river, therefore it creates a relaxing yet romantic atmosphere.
The restaurant tenders for meals for all guests and tour groups over lunch and dinner. Buffet or a la carte. For these people a farm stop is also a very special experience.
The rooms of our nearby lodge overlook the fields where animals graze. To eat and to stay here in this very special environment is a great privilege.
Some of the best local wines are sold here.
NEW Variety of cakes and tarts served daily.
HAVE YOUR WEDDING HERE - ALL IN ONE SERVICE
Did You Know ?
The world is divided into six floral kingdoms. All these kingdoms encompass several countries, and in some cases, several continents. South Africa, which has a floral kingdom wholly contained within the country, is the one exception. The Cape Floral Kingdom has 9,600 plant species, 70% of which are not found anywhere else in the world.