Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Green Point Bistro restaurant
Beautifully stylish, Café Max entices with mouth-watering home cooked meals using the freshest ingredients complimented by a small-handpicked cocktail list and classic wine list suitable for all palates and pockets.
The interior is refined, contrasted by traditional black and white marble tiles and splash here and there of silver and pink.
Dine within the calming interior or enjoy the charming alfresco setting on the lavender lined terrace.
City Bowl Fine Dining restaurant
Cafe Miam, formerly known as MiamMiam is an upbeat, club-style restaurant and function venue conveniently located in the bustling City Bowl area. This beautifully decorated and outfitted venue boasts a comfortable but elegant atmosphere - the perfect setting for corporate events and private parties.
Cafe Miam operates from early until late and this fine-dining experience is a must-try. Try amazing sushi platters, succulent chicken kebabs and other lip-smacking bar snacks. Also be sure to try your hand at one of the specially prepared mains by a very experienced executive chef.
Cafe Miam is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 am until 22:30 pm.
Cape Town Tapas restaurant
Located along the bustling and vibrant Long Street, Cafe Mojito lulls the palate with tropical surrounds and lip smacking mojitos.
The menu brims with Cuban-Caribbean flavours, burgers, nachos, salads and a great snack selection for the not-so-hungry such as sticky ribs, empanadas, buffalo wings, angry prawns and addictive Coco Loco Hoppin’ Jons (jalapeño chillies stuffed with feta).
Various selections such as Chicken and Chorizo Jambalaya and Jamaican Jerk Chicken brim with authentic flavours and vegetarians can try Bob’s Blue cheese burger (vegetarian burger topped with avocado and blue cheese sauce), stuffed Cuban flatbread, roast vegetable pasta salad and curried Trinidad roti.
Soak up the tropical islands and bustling ambiance at Cafe Mojito in Long Street.
Cape Town Thai restaurant
Nestled in the heart of the city on the Church Street antique market in the shade of beautiful old trees, this gorgeous eclectic café evokes a sense of history and genteel English traditions – gin and tonic, high tea and rolling countrysides. Relax alfresco on the shaded sidewalk or within the historical double-storey building securing two dining experiences.
Downstairs bustles with an open-plan kitchen and quirky décor serving delicious vegetarian fare, salads, fresh breads and lunchtime buffets. Upstairs offers comfort and privacy for a quieter dining experience and an ever-changing menu.
The idyllic setting and charming ambiance make Cafe Mozart the perfect eatery in Church Street.
Monday to Friday: 7 am to 4 pm;
Saturday: 9 am to 3:30 pm.
Mouille Point Deli restaurant
The perfect place to start the day, with a hearty breakfast enjoyed at long tables.
The bustling and vibey atmosphere makes it ideal for weekend breakfasts, lunches or light meals.
The menu boasts interesting selections enjoyed with views of the sea and bay, rounded off with a good desert and aromatic coffee.
Claremont Light Meals restaurant
Boasting a food store alongside a tantalising menu, Café Nood proffers accessible food fit for any occasion. Start the day with a full breakfast or settle into a relaxing lunch from the a la carte menu.
If you are watching our calories, opt for the lunch specially created by Shape Magazine then pop on over to the food store and stock up on healthy tit bits to satisfy your appetite later.
Melkbosstrand Seafood restaurant
Housed inside a charming cottage on the beach, diners enjoy the views dining alfresco on the deck sampling delicious portions of mussels and a good bottle of wine.
The menu wets the appetite with mussels baked with bacon, garlic and blue cheese, or rich crisp calamari tentacles, Cajun-style prawn spring rolls with sweet Thai chilli sauce and fresh line fish.
The wine list holds many local and West Coast wines all reasonably priced, alongside generous portions and legendary Sunday lunches.
Diners are advised to turn up early on Sundays to avoid waiting around.
Gardens Bistro restaurant
Café Paradiso is the gentle tonic our daily lives forget. This stunning venue is about family values, long held traditions, warm welcoming hospitality and wholesome goodness. A beautiful garden setting with breathtaking mountain views, an inviting serene interior encourage relaxed, leisurely dining experiences and gentle celebrations.
Superb traditional fare spills off the menu, embracing the simplicity of food in a relaxed farm stall setting. Dishes touch upon French and Mediterranean flavours with a classical Italian influence and offer selections such as fresh salads, lamb shank and the best fillet steaks. Fresh pasta is made on the premises and a farm-style bakery produces fresh breads and delicious treats daily.
Indulge your sweet side with sinfully decadent lemon ricotta cheesecake and chocolate fondant.
Mondays are closed;
Tuesday to Saturday - 9 am to 10 pm;
Sunday - 10 am to 7 pm.
Simons Town Grills restaurant
With a loyal following paying homage to the talents and fare of Cape Pescado, locals gather here paying testament to the great food and superb atmosphere, which is further enhanced by the live music on selected nights.
Knowledgeable staff on hand guide diners through the menu to ensure the perfect selection is made with choices ranging from Peri-Peri Chicken Liver pan-fried in a Peri Peri salsa with savoury rice for starters followed by delicious Pescado Prawns pan-fried in Lemon butter and a temptingly bold desert of Chocolate Mousse decadence served with Ice Cream or Cream.
This brilliantly social venue makes every diner feel truly welcome. Cafe Pescado is an excellent spot for tasty seafood and a great atmosphere.
Tamboerskloof Contemporary restaurant
Exuding peace and tranquility, Cafe Puka is ideal for breakfast or lunch with family, friends or just on your own.
The menu proffers contemporary classics, light meals and healthy options such as salads, wraps and sandwiches.
Expect slap-up breakfast fare and lunchtime plates laden with the likes of Peppadew-and-coriander-studded calamari, fragrant curries and a rib-sticking burger too.
Reputed as Thamboerskloof’s best kept secret, pop in and discover the locals favoured gastronomic retreat.
Noordhoek Bistro restaurant
Cafe Roux at Noordhoek centres around family, friends, wonderful wine and delicious food.Situated in stunning surrounds at the bottom of the stunning Chapman’s Peak and with stunning mountain views, this family-run cafe offers a laid-back dining experience with excellent service.The layout is welcoming with trendy, contemporary influences. The closed off al fresco area is a great spot for dining when the weather permits. Tables are shaded by an intriguing Bedouin tent and there is a sheltered courtyard for more formal dining.Inside the restaurant, the ambience is laid-back and has country influences in the decor. There is a dedicated children’s menu to keep the little ones happy. The seasonal selection of dishes on the a la carte menu is simple and uses local ingredients when possible. There are also daily specials written on the chalkboard, comprising superb South African food with Cafe Roux’s own twist.A great dining experience in every way awaits you at Cafe Roux, Noordhoek.
Camps Bay Tapas restaurant
An eclectic fusion of the culinary cultures of Southern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East and a gorgeous beach setting, Cafe sofia at Camps Bay is the perfect venue for any occasion.
Set up above the human and actual traffic and with spectacular views of the ocean, Cafe Sofia at Camps Bay is a perfect people-watching spot to while away some time.
Big Bay Contemporary restaurant
A modern tapas restaurant, Café Sofia’s menu serves a variety of light meals and tasty mouthfuls of tapas in a relaxed and social setting.
The colourful interior extends onto magnificent views of Bloubergstand, and a relaxing bar provides plenty relaxation sipping on colourful cocktails while admiring the view.
City Bowl Halaal restaurant
Cafe Zorina is bathed in understatement as you walk in the door. The interior is simple, yet elegant, but unpretentious. The main point is that the restaurant serves Halaal foods, and specializes in it.
The restaurant is a popular venue for business meetings because of its atmosphere and quality produce. Breakfast and lunch is served and guests have a choice between lighter meals and some of the more filling Indian dishes.
Here you will be able to have a laid-back lunch right in the middle of Cape Town. They serve quality food at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant is open from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm during the week, and closes at 2:30 pm on Saturdays.
Claremont Continental restaurant
Bustling with contented chatter and aroma of freshly cooked breakfasts, Saturdays welcome lazy breakfasts and languid lunches tucked away on 41 3rd Avenue.
Fantastic mountain views, freshly baked confectionaries and nooks and crannies brimming with crockery, old signs, shelves and delicious preserves secure a mood of relaxation and indulgence.
Noted by an elite few as the serving the best Chai Lattes in town and mouthwatering breakfasts such as bacon and Brie croissants, scrambled eggs and omelets, this little Capetonian Gem is waiting to be discovered.
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