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This International award winning destination venue is the most unique restaurant setting in the world. Created out of an authentic, cave previously inhabited by a Koi Strandloper of the same name, the restaurant spills out onto the oceans rocks of Walker Bay in Hermanus, where Whale Watching is the preferred local pass-time. The rustic charm and natural ambiance of the cave and it's surroundings is a delight to all our patrons with many returning year after year to sample the delights of Bientang's Cave. With an abundance of sea and bird life as well as Dassies for company, this exquisite setting is heightened by the freshest seafood and an award winning wine list (Diners Club Diamond Award
$7 - $30
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Waterfront
We met local friends here for lunch and were sat right by the sea in front of the cave. Great spot. We all had the fish of the day which was as good and fresh as you would expect. Plus a lovely bottle of Creation...More
Was recommended this place for lunch by hosts in our guest house. We phoned ahead and asked for a table on the sea front and weren’t disappointed. Great views - photo attached - and the service was excellent (thank you Princess 👍). Food was good...More
This is an amazing restaurant set in the caves with spectacular views. The weather in Hermanus wasn't at its best during our entire stay, so what a lovely place to while away a few hours eating and drinking. Throws were provided and the fires were...More
What an amazing gem with the most delicious seafood. The view is spectacular. The staff were absolutely amazing and the service excellent. Don’t be lazy to take the steps down. It is an absolute a must when visiting Hermanus.