Muriel’s Munchies

Muriel’s Munchies is Hout Bay’s little harbour-side gem. Famous to the locals, it’s a family run, off-beat, no-frills eatery with a varied menu to suit even the most fussy eater.

Highlights

  • Enjoy fresh fish on a shaded deck overlooking the picturesque harbour
  • A wide range of ice cream and espresso-based coffees
  • Simple and tasty meals with warm, local hospitality

Unwind in Hout Bay

Come and enjoy the famous fresh battered hake and chips, ice cream or espresso-based coffees. All are served on a shaded deck overlooking the picturesque harbour to one side and famous Chapman’s Peak Drive on the other. It’s the best way to cure your seaside munchies – with a view!

The History of Muriel’s Munchies

Muriel’s Munchies was welcomed to the Hout Bay Harbour in 2002. The family-run business was started by Muriel and Walter and was later joined by Muriel’s daughter, Audrey, and husband Ken, on completion of their sailing circumnavigation in 2013. The dedicated team are passionate about their intimate harbour-side eatery and have grown from strength to strength over the years, offering a varied menu of freshly prepared food.

Opening Times

Day Open Close
Monday 09:30 16:30
Tuesday 09:30 16:30
Wednesday 09:30 16:30
Thursday 09:30 16:30
Friday 09:30 16:30
Saturday 09:30 16:30
Sunday 09:30 16:30
Christmas Day Closed Closed

Closed: Christmas Day | (kitchen closes at 16:10)

Phone: +27 (0)74 727 7744
Website: www.murielsmunchies.co.za

Muriel’s Munchies Address

Advice for visitors

The Hout Bay harbour is the first destination on the famous Hop on, Hop off Blue Mini Peninsula Tour, and Muriel’s is not even a 3-munite walk from the bus stop. We recommend sitting upstairs to get the best view of the harbour and be sure to arrive hungry! You get great value for money and you can taste the freshness of the seafood. Remember to save just enough space in your stomach for their famous milkshakes and waffles!

Did you know

The residents of Hout Bay affectionately refer to it as the “Republic of Hout Bay” due to the limited means of access into the suburb.

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