Located along the Garden Route in George, Texas Grill is a steak-lovers haven for many weary travellers. This prime steakhouse caters to the whole family with its wide variety of meat dishes. With their slogan being ‘everything is bigger in Texas’, you can bet that your meal will not only be satisfying, but so filling you’ll need to roll out of the eatery.
With a name like ‘Texas Grill’, it’s no wonder that the restaurant is styled to emanate an old Texan saloon. Diners might feel as though they’ve walked onto the set of an old western movie, expecting to see an outlaw or two enjoying a whisky at the bar area.
Adorning the wall is a ‘hall of fame’ – titles that past diners have been awarded for having incredibly hearty appetites. Being a child-friendly establishment, your kids can have fun in the playground or watch a cowboy-themed movie while waiting for their meals to arrive.
With breakfast finishing at 12 pm, late risers can roll out of bed for a wide range of protein-fuelled dishes. For a real Texan treat, the ‘Ranch Breakfast’ is a must-try. Devour 160-grams of rump steak, 150-grams ‘wors, one egg, tomato, a hash brown, and crispy pieces of toast.
If you’re renowned for having an unquenchable appetite, Texas Grill challenges you to try out their most gluttonous meals on the menu – choose between a 1.25kg ‘T-Bone Steak or a ‘Triple Deck Burger’ either served with chips, rice or mash. If you finish the meal in a single sitting, you’ll be treated like a hero and will have your name added to their ‘hall of fame’.
While famous for their meat servings, those with a hankering for seafood cuisine can opt for the ‘Surf n Turf’. This meal will treat you to a 250-gram rump or sirloin, and a generous helping of calamari.
Diners with smaller appetites can choose between a selection of lighter meals. The ‘Giant Mushroom’ comes highly recommended, and is topped with tomato pesto, garlic, feta, biltong, and caramelised onion. If that’s not enough flavour for you, the mushroom is covered in a generous slathering of melted cheese.
Travel on N2 from Cape Town, head northwest on N2 (352 km). Slight left to stay on N2. Take exit 431 toward York Street/R102/City center/George/Pacaltsdorp. Continue on York Street, drive to Meade Street. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto York Street (signs for York Street/Pacaltsdorp). At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on York Street. Turn right onto Victoria Street and turn left at the 1st cross street onto Meade Street, we will be on the left corner.
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90 Meade & Market Street
Monday - Sunday: 08:00 - 22:00