Five fabulous seafood restaurants in Plettenberg Bay

Written by AmakayaBP

What goes together like coffee & rusks, cheese & wine, or bread & butter? Why, seafood & Plettenberg Bay, of course! Plettenberg Bay is packed with excellent restaurants for ploughing through a selection of eateries, from five star through to good old home cooking, that will add a memorable palette to your holiday. Although we could list many more, here are five fabulous seafood restaurants in Plett.


The Fat Fish – Plettenberg Bay

Located across the road from Plett’s Central Beach, the Fat Fish is a restaurant that is really all about the flavours, and the partial sea views! Bookings at this popular restaurant are often made weeks, if not months in advance and flavours are fresh and zesty. Dishes to try: sushi, poke bowl, roast monkfish tail and parmesan-crumbed kingklip, amongst others. w


Enrico’s – Plettenberg Bay

Take a drive out to Keurboomstrand to watch the whales and enjoy the flavoursome dishes and views from Enrico’s Restaurant. You’ll fall in love with the view, and the Italian-inspired food too – a celebration of colours, tastes and aromas! Dishes to try: fish carpaccio, fresh mussels, frittura mista and more…


Offthehook – Plettenberg Bay

Offthehook is located at the Beacon Isle Centre and has been through a quiet revolution over the last few years. Under new ownership, the restaurant has added to its popular seafood menu with gourmet burgers, steaks and lots of made-from-scratch dishes and sauces. Dishes to try: fish-o-man burger, gluten-free battered fish, fried jalapeno and scrumptious prawns.


Moby Dick’s – Plettenberg Bay

Moby Dicks, or Moby’s, is another iconic Plettenberg Bay restaurant. Located on Central Beach with super views of the ocean and the mountains beyond, it is a firm favourite. Dishes to try: hake & calamari combo basket, Tsitsikamma wild oysters, blackened butterfish or grilled sole.


Lookout Deck – Plettenberg Bay

The Lookout started out, decades ago, as an ice-cream stand, serving holidaymakers on Lookout Beach, is now one of the most popular restaurants in town. Soak up the sunshine and salty air with superb views and classic flavours. Dishes to try: mussel pot, prawns in a beer glass, seafood bisque, the seafood platter.