Dullstroom Restaurants, Coffee Shops & Pubs

Take the opportunity of exploring the scenic day trips in the area or head for the quaint tourist attraction that is the village of Dullstroom where there are many eateries, pubs and restaurants, chocolate & sweet shops: 

As you approach Dullstroom from the Stonecutters /Lydenburg side there is a new micro- brewery in the village, The Anvil Ale House, which is situated at the first 4-way stop on the right. The owners bring a welcome new ‘draught’ to Dullstroom, along with German sausage platters and tipsy cake to die for!  073 168 6603

Turn 1st right into Teding van Berkhout St and on the right hand side the historic Dullstroom Inn provides pub lunches.  013 254 0071.Further up the road on the left you will find Mrs Simpsons Restaurant on the right –hand side. Patrons are always assured of a warm welcome by hosts Brian and Stephen and guests find great food and a quirky ambiance. Open for lunch & dinner 013 254 0088

Back on the main road, on the right hand side a good lunch-time destination would be Pickles and Things, with fireplace, covered patio and imaginative menu featuring gourmet burgers or wraps and heartier fare such as lamb shanks or trout. They are also open for dinner on Fri and Sat nights. Enjoy coffee from all over the world from the Coffee Roastery located inside this restaurant. 013 254 0115

Next door is Harries Pancakes, a treat for the whole family and not to be missed!       013 254 0801  

The Coachman is on the right side and have an extensive menu and pub. 013 254 0019

Across the road, screened by a colourful rose garden is Rose Cottage with large umbrellas shading a garden terrace and offering an extensive day-time menu 013 254 0218

Further up the road on the left is The Old Transvaal Inn which has a reliable day-time restaurant but is justifiably renowned for their home-made old fashioned sweet shop. 013 254 0550

The Art of Food  for an interesting and tasty menu beautifully presented is on the left hand side  082 324 7594 and as you proceed through town, look out for-

The Mayfly which is a contemporary and  popular restaurant along the lines of a Sports Bar with all-day TV sports coverage. They have a large menu with breakfast, lunch and dinner options and they offer good value for money. The Jumping Castle gives the kids something to do!   013 254 0332

On the right hand side in the Auldstone Building where a visit to Wild about Whisky is a treat. Over 500 whiskies are available and a whisky tasting is a must.  Wine & coffee is also served.

On the right-hand side in the Auldstone Building where a visit to Wild about Whisky is a treat. Besides Whisky tasting they stock premium Cognacs, Gin, Rum and others. Wine & coffee is also served

On the left opposite the garage, before you leave town a centre includes The Duck and Trout Pub. Park outside and walk through to the courtyard and you will find a gem-the Mad Hatter – a wonderful daytime restaurant that serves delicious food that is well-priced. Lovely ambiance and off the beaten track from nut-sellers! Bring your own wine or purchase your drinks a the bottle-store over the road.