“One cannot think well, love well, or sleep well, if not has not dined well.”
– Virginia Woolf
“Come Hungry” is a good way to visit Porterville, which boasts a wonderful range of coffee shops, restaurants, and eateries to suite all tastes. Whether you fancy a hearty breakfast to kick off the day washed down with a delicious artisanal coffee – or perhaps a crispy pizza hot out the wood-fired oven, a tender steak grilled to perfection, or a crisp salad packed with locally grown produce is more your craving. And of course, a good day’s dining is not complete without sampling locally made decadent baked treats and sweet delicacies.
Porterville offers this all and more, served with true country hospitality spiced by a beautiful setting.
Koppikoffi Restaurant is fully licensed and operates from 08h00-22h00. Popular with locals Koffikofi is well known for our delicious pizza, prepared on the stoep, where our guests can see how it is prepared and baked in the ovens.
You are spoiled for choice with our comprehensive menu offering. We offer mouth-watering breakfast, as well as those traditional winners such as bobotie and homemade chicken pie, served with vegetables and sweet potato.
Our delicious crumbed mushrooms for starters and prime Rump Steak with mushroom sauce is another popular choice amongst our guests. Our secret is preparing our own sauces from the best ingredients. For the sweet tooth, we offer delicious home-baked Cheesecake, Lemon Meringue Pie, and moist Chocolate cakes.
Enjoy sitting in the lounge with a good book, have a drink or meal in their lovely restaurant or bar and just relax or watch the current sports channel. Or alternately, you can enjoy sitting in the garden whilst enjoying the spectacular mountain views. The restaurant is fully functional for intimate functions, weddings, and conferences with a capacity for sixty people.
The restaurant offers value for money meals, with specials running every evening (please see our menu and specials pages), and you can eat at the bar or in the smoke free restaurant area.