Overlooking the 18th hole of Simbithi Eco Estate, Fig Tree Restaurant provides the perfect setting in which to escape from day to day life and enthral in the serene views that the facility has to offer.
The tastefully decorated Fig Tree Restaurant has recently undergone a major refurbishment and boasts a John Platter wine cellar containing his selection of fine South African wines, in which guests can enjoy a private dinner party for up to 20 guests.
Guests can enjoy live music on selected evenings as well as curry buffets and fantastic Sunday carvery’s, whilst children can play in the kid’s room, providing parents the opportunity to enjoy some well-deserved time out.
The Fig Tree offers a versatile menu that celebrates fresh flavours from breakfast to bar snacks. Executive Chef Gerard Van Staden is well known for taking one’s taste buds on a culinary journey. With no fewer than 20 awards to his name and extensive experience in renowned restaurants and hotels both locally as well as abroad, Chef Gerard Van Staden believes that “with perfect focus comes perfect work” and is true to his standing.
“Our focus goes beyond using only quality ingredients; imagination and presentation play a key role in creating a perfect dining experience” says Chef Gerard. Chef Gerard’s Imaginative approach and culinary skills combined with Estate/Club Manager, Steve Van Greunen’s passion for remarkable guest service and hospitality makes Fig Tree restaurant an ideal location for guests to have an extraordinary family orientated dining experience.
Travel from Durban towards the Dolphin Coast on the M4 for 10,8kms. Take exit 192 to merge onto M41 towards Umhlanga Ridge / Mount Edgecombe (N2). Turn right to merge onto the N2 towards Stanger (Partial Toll Road). Take exit 212 towards Umhlali Beach / Shakas Rock Road (Toll Road). Turn right towards Sagila Lane then turn left onto Sagila Lane. Simbithi Country Club will be on the right.