This Port Elizabeth restaurant is a member of the widely recognised Brazen Head group, which has Irish-themed restaurants dotted across South Africa. The Port Elizabeth franchise is situated in Mill Park and promises the same Irish craic (atmosphere) that South African’s have come to associate with this well-known brand.
Brazen Head Port Elizabeth is housed in a lovely old building, and indoors it sticks to the Irish theme, guided by the outlines laid out by the Irish Pub Concept organisation which aims to provide a consistent level of authenticity in Irish pubs and restaurants across the world. The concept covers everything from the menu to the décor, and walking into the Port Elizabeth restaurant you will see it put into practise immediately.
The dark wood bar counter cohabits with old pictures hanging along the walls, amongst shelves of dusty books and ornaments. The ambience is cosy and aims for an olde charm.
The menu is varied and delicious with a broad selection of categories such as seafood, pies, curries and casseroles, grills, burgers, pastas and pub fare. If it’s an Irish experience you’re after though, make sure you try a traditional Irish boxty – a potato pancake wrap with spring onions, served with your choice of filling. You could also go for the legendary beef and Guinness pie. Top it off with an Irish Whiskey coffee.
The Port Elizabeth Brazen Head also has an outdoor area and the restaurant can be hired out for functions.
From Port Elizabeth, turn right onto Heugh Road (M9) and continue to follow the M9. Turn left onto Settlers Highway (M4) (signs for R75/Grahamstown/Uitenhage/City) and then take exit 5 for Russell Road (R102). Merge onto Russell Road (R102) and continue to follow the R102 (Cape Road). The destination will be on the left just after Salisbury Avenue.
-33° 57' 37.23''
25° 35' 58.77''
76 Cape Road
Pub MealsLight MealsSouth AfricanTraditional
Monday - Sunday:
11:00 - Late