Grab a spot under the trees and enjoy a lunch of home-baked pie and salad or a slice of cake with Montagu's best cup of coffee. There's a kids' play area in the garden. It's at the start of Long St as you arrive fro…
Great for brunch, lunch or cake, this shop-cum-restaurant serves an array of dishes including Cape Malay curry, seafood, steak and salad. The shop sells all manner of local produce and is a great place to stock up o…
Set in a lovely old building, this sleek place has a seasonal menu. The emphasis is on home cooking, with everything from the bread to the ice cream made in-house. The lamb pie is delicious.
It's a jack-of-all-trades menu, but locals love this long-running restaurant. There are a few South African specialities like bobotie and Cape Malay curry alongside the pizza, pasta and grills.
Birdwatchers and photographers will enjoy a pause at this small dam in the town, frequented in the summer months (September to March) by sacred ibis, Cape weavers and egrets.
A countryside dining experience 7km north of town off Rte 318, on a working citrus farm. The menu here changes daily, but large country breakfasts are always on offer.
Based in a charming building that was once the town post office, the microbrewery produces four different ales and serves cheese and sausage platters (R60 to R95).
Interesting displays and some good examples of antique furniture can be found at this museum in the old mission church.
Joubert House is the oldest house in Montagu (built in 1853) and has been restored to its Victorian glory.