Restaurant

Chrome Valley Lodge Restaurant is a large, thatched-roof building nestled at the base of a hill in the mouth of the valley. It is set amongst unique local endangered fauna and fascinating flora such as thorntrees and aloe. The restaurant is central to the Lodge, looking out over a timber pool deck, the boma, the braai area, and the Bar.

Our restaurant team is focused on how we can best serve you and make your stay enjoyable. The team includes two top chefs who deliver delicious cuisine for our buffet and a la carte service. We offer breakfast and midday lunch menus, and our very popular dinner buffet is renowned for satisfying even our hungriest hardworking visitors with hearty two-course meals during the week.

For subcontractors and other visitors we have added the option of a takeaway lunch pack you can take to your work site or on your day tour. Our guests tell us this is a delicious and filling lunch that keeps them going all day.

Chrome Valley Lodge restaurant caters for special events including small or large meetings, year-end functions, group work, trainings and team-building, and special events such as birthdays, anniversaries and celebrations.

The restaurant offers complimentary coffee and tea all day.

Take a look at our new menu and special offers.

Restaurant Opening Hours:
06h00 - 09h30 Breakfast
12h00 - 14h00 Lunch
18h00 - 21h00 Dinner

Buffets are served every morning, and should you require anything else, we have an a la Carte menu. (Additional cost)

We also provide lunch packs for contractors!

Bar Opening Hours:
13h00 - Closing Daily
Closed on Saturdays & Sundays, we will service booked-in contractors and clients with prior arrangement.
Day visitors visiting on Saturdays & Sundays, please call in advance.

 

  Loadshedding is no problem - we have a generator!

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