Something Good Roadhouse is a family owned and operated restaurant in Summerstand, Port Elizabeth. The original roadhouse lay derelict for a number of years until it was resurrected in June 2013. This surfing inspired and themed roadhouse is located on the magnificent, Pollock Beach and is frequented by locals of all ages as well as foreigners staying at close-by hotels and guest houses.
Being situated right on the beach, it offers the most magnificent views of the bay and whale and dolphin sightings are a regular occurrence. The establishment still operates as a roadhouse and apart from the restaurant and deck areas, customers can choose to get take-aways served by waiters to their cars.
Something Good focuses on original roadhouse fare served with a twist, gourmet pizzas and burgers being the speciality. The seafood and grill house selection is also top notch. The restaurant tries as far as possible to prepare their own ingredients. The pizza bases are rolled fresh and the burger patties are made by the staff using their own recipes on site.
Top favourites on the menu include the Pollock Burger with bacon, avo and mozzarella, the Slow Roast Pork Junior Burger, The Avalanche (surf spot) Pizza - bacon bits, Danish feta, avo (seasonal), peppadews & fresh rocket and the Wild Side Vegetarian - artichoke, calamata olives, sweet roasted red peppers & grilled aubergines.
Visit Something Good Roadhouse on Thursday to Sunday evenings and be entertained by live music on the deck, or pop in for quick breakfast or a lazy lunch throughout the week.
Our restaurant offer kids play facilities and we are also pet friendly. We look forward to welcoming you to our restaurant!
From Port Elizabeth, travel on Allister Miller Drive. Go through 1 circle and then turn right onto La Roche Drive. After 2.2kms, turn right onto Beach Road. Continue onto Marine Drive and the destination will be on the left just after 8th Avenue.
-33° 59' 5.08''
25° 40' 14.82''
Monday - Sunday:
08:00 - 23:00
Kitchen opens from 08:00 - 22:00
Best for Scenic Views in Cacadu (Sarah Baartman)