If you’re in the mood for a novel dining experience, Kaya Beach offers guests a diverse range of fine cuisine in an island-style setting. Kick off your shoes and dip your toes in the sand while enjoying platefuls of fresh seafood and sipping on exotic cocktails.

A visit to Kaya Beach is akin to relaxing on a tropical island. The outside exterior is covered in beach sand and decorated with quirky maritime trinkets – think old surfboards, a defunct boat for the kids to play in, and multi-coloured shells. While children run amok at the jungle gym, adults can enjoy good conversation and beach-themed drinks.


Start the day off on a good note with the eatery’s signature meal, ‘Kaya’s Breakfast’. This fry-up is for the hungry and comprises of two eggs, bacon, tomato, mushroom, a generous portion of chips, and is accompanied by a cup of tea or coffee.

Diners in the mood for a meaty feast should opt for the sizeable ‘High Tide Pork Ribs’. This 600-gram meal is tasty, succulent, and is served with chips, rice, salad, or hot veg. Alternatively, get into the island spirit by opting for a seafood dish. The ‘Kingklip and Calamari Combo’ is big enough to share between two diners or makes for a satisfying meal for one. The calamari is either grilled or fried and is served with a side of your choosing.


If your little ones are fussy eaters, choose a meal off the Kaya kiddies menu. The menu offers a range of kid-friendly dishes, including hot dogs, ribs, and chicken nuggets.

Accompany your food with an ice-cold alcoholic beverage, or decadent shakes for the kids. The ‘Island Java’ is fun, classy and tropical, while the non-alcoholic ‘Shirley Temple’ is refreshing and quenches your thirst.




Travel from Durban CBD and head west on Monty Naicker Road toward Dr Yusuf Dadoo Street. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Dr Yusuf Dadoo Street. Turn right onto Anton Lembede Street. Take a slight left to stay on Anton Lembede Street and take the M4 ramp to South Coast Airport. Continue onto M4. Take exit 4 for M7 Edwin Swales VC Drive toward Bluff and merge onto Solomon Mahlangu Drive/M7. Turn left onto Bluff Road/M7 and then turn right onto Old Mission Road/M7. Turn right to stay on Old Mission Road/M7 and continue to follow M7. Turn left onto Grays Inn Road/M7 and Kaya Beach Bluff will be on the right.


-29° 55' 48.51''


31° 0' 9.91''
55 Grays Inn Road


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Food Served
BuffetBreakfastLight Meals
Average Price$$
Payment accepted
Trading Hours
Monday - Sunday: 09:00 - 21:00 (A la Carte)
Friday & Saturday: 17:00 - 23:00 (Buffet)
Saturday & Sunday: 11:00 - 15:00 (Buffet)
Secure Parking
Child Friendly
Outside Seating
Smoking Section
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