We ended the day at Blue Waters Café for dinner. The restaurant is situated on the shores of Port Elizabeth’s pristine coastline. With clear views of the harbour, the famous Pier as well as the most popular beaches Port Elizabeth has to offer, Blue Waters Café is undoubtedly one of the best-situated restaurants along the beachfront.
The food is a pleasant variety of meat, seafood, salads and snacks, but with unique twists that make each dish delicious and a cut above the rest. Dishes range from fresh foccaccia to Crayfish Thermidor and everything in-between.
We had a two-course meal and for main, we had grilled rump and sirloin steaks topped with tempura onion rings; prawn tails and chicken strips dish (curry) that comes with carrots and green peppers in a mild curry sauce on a bed of rice; as well as kiddies burger with grilled chicken fillet and chips.
For deserts, we shared yummy full cream vanilla ice-cream topped with a Lindt chocolate sauce; and Phyllo parcels filled with Lindt chocolate, finished with berry ice cream and mixed berry compote.
Service was the best and the waitress frequently checked on us, making sure that we were still fine. We were also impressed by the environment, as well as the immaculately laid structure which enabled us to enjoy our meals while watching the ocean waves and activities at the same time. The dining area is very open and is surrounded by glass panels, enabling the best possible views to accompany fabulous flavours. Alternatively, there is an outdoor section for hot summer days.