This is where Fish Hoek people come after work, or for pub lunches.
Nestled in the beautiful surroundings of brick and tar in the heart of the Fish Hoek valley lies a place where we are all equals...a place where we can drink, laugh and shout profanitys and nobody will even give a second glance. It is this place that, whether you hate it or love it, will always have a soft spot in our hearts and livers.
The Victorian Times Pub and Restaurant is a historical site in Fish Hoek. About 12 years ago Anton de Voogd bought a historic building just below the traffic circle and turned it into The Victorian Times or The Vic as the locals refer to it.
Being one of the few bars in Fish Hoek, you’re bound to find locals here whatever the day, time or weather! This is where Fish Hoek people come after work, or for pub lunches. The building is pre-fabricated and was shipped from England in the 1920’s. It landed at Algoa Bay in Mozambique, was transported to Pilgrims Rest by ox-wagon on the way to Johannesburg where it was used as accommodation on the mines before finally making its way to Fish Hoek where it was used as a house for many decades.
The Vic has several big screen TV's for sporting enthusiasts to come and enjoy the game with friends for a couple of drinks and a great food menu, consisting of famous 'Ribs & chips' and our famous new Prego rolls.