The Coachman Restaurant in Port Elizabeth is a historic landmark
This Restaurant was registered as an historic building in 1978. The historical evidence was incorporated in keeping the restaurants original character and a warm ambiance and unique atmosphere was created.
George and Dawn Castis, the current owners of The Coachman Restaurant, bought this historical building in 1983 and turned it into a gold mine by establishing themselves as the owners of a leading restaurant in Port Elizabeth. This restaurant has become famous for their sought after cuisine and high service standards.
The Coachman Restaurant was the first restaurant in Port Elizabeth to list Calamari on its menu and till this day they pride themselves in this wonderful accomplishment. This restaurant has also become the “in place” for celebrities to socialise – from cricket and rugby players to Nataniel and Pieter Dirk Uys.
George and Dawn also build personal relationships with their customers to make their dining experience even more memorable. Dawn oversees every dish which leaves the kitchen while George sources the finest recipes, and together they design their unbeatable signature recipes.
The The Coachman Restaurants’ food includes Greek, steakhouse, and seafood favourites. Their specialities include George’s special aged fillet with creamy mushrooms and garlic, slow-cooked lamb shank stuffed with garlic and their creamy crème brûlée for dessert.
They have well-trained and experienced waitrons who knows the menu and this also contributes to the relaxed ambiance of The Coachman Restaurant.
Recently Dawn and George have moved their décor, ambience and cuisine of The Coachman by moving to 103 Cape Road in Mill Park.
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