|DE VETTE MOSSEL BEACH SEAFOOD RESTAURANT AND VENUE
079 339 0170
|Address:||GPS Coordinates: -34°3'45"S, 22°12'53"E
Souwesia Beach, Groot Brakrivier, Mossel Bay 6525, South Africa
“The only way to really enjoy seafood, is in abundance, sand under the feet, the smell of the ocean in the nostrils – right next to the sea” West Coast belief.
The excellent preparation of top quality seafood, in abundance, and value for money, is our pride. The different dishes are prepared and presented one after the other. We strive to prepare seafood perfectly, and to serve it immediately thereafter. This guarantees freshly prepared seafood on the plate – an absolute must for exceptional seafood.
Eat as much as you like – or can.
De Vette Mossel (The Fat Mussel) offers much more than perfectly prepared seafood – this is an experience – in unusual and informal surroundings with traditional Cape fishing culture – in true West Coast Style.
Kick off your shoes on a pristine and isolated beach at South African’s favourite holiday town, Mossel Bay in the Garden Route. Sip some wine, gaze over the ocean and indulge in seafood in abundance!
A wedding on the beach? It does not have to be only a dream! Talk to us to make your wedding day truly unforgettable – you are worth it!
WHY CHOOSE DE VETTE MOSSEL:
De Vette Mossel lends itself perfectly to work functions, yearend functions, birthday bashes and other, where colleagues and friends can interact and enjoy themselves in an informal and relaxing atmosphere.
De Vette Mossel can easily accommodate large groups - we can seat up to 550 guests.
Although De Vette Mossel @ Great Brak is partly an open air restaurant, all seating is under roof. Furthermore, it is designed in such a manner that it could be adapted within minutes to such an extent that it can be fully operational even in case of even strong winds and rain.
Our menu consist of 9 courses (16 dishes) which are prepared and presented one after the other. Of each you may eat as much as you like – or can! But this is not as easy as it sounds…. CLICK HERE for more information regarding our Menu.
In any case, do not complain about the whether – this is Africa. We need rain to survive.