Where to eat: Swakopmund Restaurants


The seaside town of Swakopmund is a regular destination for local and international tourists. The town always bustles with activity and there are plenty of places to eat and drink in the little holiday town. Here is just a taste of what’s on offer...

Breakfast in Swakop

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Village Café

Village Café

21 Sam Nujoma Ave

+264 64 404723 

Loved by locals and tourists alike for its quirky character and good service. Perfect for a hearty breakfast or brunch, The Village Café offers homely food, generous portions, friendly staff and a wonderful atmosphere! Keep an eye out for cheeky menu items, off the wall décor and, of course- the dog menu! 

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Bojos Cafe

13 Daniel Tjongarero Street

+264 64 400774 

This little street café is a great place to start your day with a big breakfast, or end a morning of wandering through the town with a cappuccino and a freshly baked croissant. You’ll also find homemade cakes, fresh sandwiches, freshly squeezed juice and even gluten-free menu options. The outside seating lets you soak up Swakopmund’s street atmosphere. Dogs are also welcomed with a little treat and a big glug of much needed water after a long walk. 

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Stadtmitte café

Cnr, Tobias Hainyeko & Woermann Street 

+264 64 400893

The locals head to Stadtmitte Café for a good value breakfast and coffee on the go. It boasts a wide variety of traditional German cakes and pastries. You also get free internet access with your order. Note: it’s closed on Sundays but open on public holidays.

 

Lunch in Swakop

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Cafe Anton 

Hotel Schweizerhaus, 1 Bismarck Str

+264 64 400331/2/3

If you’re looking for classic Swakop, then look no further than Café Anton. Arguably one of the town’s most well known coffee spots, it feels like it’s been around forever. Head there for a classic beer and lunch, or for some good old-fashioned coffee and cake.

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Brauhaus

Brauhaus Arcade 22, Sam Nujoma Drive

+264 64 402214

Swakopmund has a distinct German heritage and The Brauhaus restaurant waves the flag high - from the bratwurst to the Weissbier and the jolly atmosphere.

If you really want to get the party started at lunch, ask the locals what the game is with the foot long beers… Brauhaus is a popular spot and gets very busy, so try book a table or get there early to be sure of a seat. And remember, it’s closed on Sundays. 

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22 Degrees South

Inside the Lighthouse, Am Leuchtturm Street

+264 64 400380

This little boutique restaurant is located in the old lighthouse master's house, right in front of the popular swimming beach “Der Mole”. It’s a tasty, tranquil spot. Sit outside in the garden to take in the cool sea breeze. Or snuggle up inside for a cozy meal in one of the old lightmaster’s rooms. 

 

Sundowners in Swakop

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Tiger Reef 

The Swakop River Mouth, Sudstrand Street

+264 64 400935

Have an ice cold beer lounging in a deck chair, watching the sunset as you tickle your toes in the warm beach sand. Tiger Reef is a regular on the Swakopmund bar scene. And if you end up staying longer than you intended, there’s some good old fish and chips and burgers on the menu to fill an empty stomach.

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Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Bar Lounge 

37 Daniel Tjongarero Street

+264 64 400133 

One of the best cocktail places in town. You can also munch a little bit of sushi if you can’t wait for your dinner. Or spend the whole evening at Cosmopolitan – they have a full restaurant and specialize in seafood.

 

Dinner in Swakop

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Jetty 1905

Molen Road, on the Pier

+264 64 40 5664

Take a wander down to the end of the famous Swakopmund jetty and you will find Jetty 1905. The Jetty was originally built in 1905 (hence the name) but don’t worry, it was completely refurbished in 2006 – you can read the whole story on their website here.

Dine like you’re in the middle of the ocean – with great seafood to boot.  

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The Tug

Strand St

+264 64 402356

Seafood seafood seafood. That’s the name of the game at the Tug restaurant. Situated right on the beachfront, on an upper level deck, you’ll love the great views of the Atlantic Ocean. Try get there before sunset so you can squeeze in a sundowner before you dine on the fruits of the sea.

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Hansa Hotel

3 Hendrik Witbooi Street

+264 64 414 200

The Hansa Hotel is all about old style elegance. Take your parents, your grandparents, your sweetheart or anyone you’d like to impress to dine amidst crystal and china in an unlikely location.

 

 

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