Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Wynberg Bistro restaurant
Nestled within the cosy Chelsea Village, Dutch Restaurant delights the palate with delicious bistro fare and continental cuisine.
The menu takes the palate on a journey through the Netherlands offering a myriad of choices from secret Dutch recipes.
Try the homemade crumbed organic beef kroketten on rye bread and the rich pea soup with smoked sausage.
The fresh, uncomplicated ambiance works well with the Kartel Ghost chairs and tables, contrasted by charcoal walls and black and white photographs brightened with splashes of orange.
The Dutch Restaurant is an intimate and authentic eatery in the cosy Chelsea Village.
Observatory South African restaurant
There are over 237 local Spur steak branches and 28 international ones. Spur offers hearty and satisfying meals with great value for money. The steak ranch is famous for their classic burgers made from AAA-grade beef, served with the crispiest chips and Spur’s own recipe for the tastiest onion rings.
Every branch is lively, vibrant and incredibly family friendly. There is a kiddies menu and a lovely entertainment area for children. The food is generously portioned, extremely tasty and brilliantly priced.
Cape Town International restaurant
An exotic gem bursting with exotic aromas and flavours, this authentic experience enlightens the palate with strictly Halaal cuisine, prepared fresh and made to order.
The interior is vibrant, decorated in gilded Indian style, with no alcohol allowed on the premises.
Try your palate at an array of flavours ranging from Turkish kebabs to Cape-style biryanis, creamy North Indian curries and real tandoor dishes from Bombay to the Bo-Kaap.
Experience and authentic bazaar Cape Town experience along the bustling Long Market Street in Cape Town.
Tyger Valley Waterfront International restaurant
Tyger Valley Waterfront
Located in Tyger Valley, Eastwoods tantalizes with an array of salads and light lunches, even traditional pub lunches.
Relaxed drinks call for wood-fired pizzas while sipping cocktails or a cold draught on the patio.
Enjoy the panoramic views of Durbanville Hills and Table Mountain indulging on bangers and mash complimented or signature T-bone steak served with either chips, mashed potato or pap and sous.
Sunnydale South African restaurant
Start the day with a delicious French toast drenched in maple syrup or pop in for a lazy lunch.
Light lunch options include burgers, nachos and very fresh sumptuous salads including gluten and dairy-free options. Tempt the palate with moist apple and cinnamon cake and a homely lemon meringue pie.
Long wooden tables set the mood for lingering all day breakfasts enjoyed with a cup of delicious organic coffee and morning paper. The vibe welcomes with a roaring winter fire and quaint tables scattered outside perfect for alfresco.
Melkbosstrand Light Meals restaurant
Echo Lounge brings a splash of Europe to the Melkbosstrand beachfront. The core concept is the coffees, using only freshly ground beans. They offer a variety of coffees from Americanos through to thick Frappuccinos. They cater for the tea drinker too providing both traditional teas, such as rooibos and ceylon, to more exotic infusions. They also have deliciously healthy freshly blended smoothies and indulgent milkshakes made with real fruit and chocolate bits, no syrups allowed. For light bites they have a forever changing selection of cakes, muffins and pastries. The pain au chocolat, baked using French ingredients is very popular.
Century City Italian restaurant
This Italian restaurant is set in arguably one of the most beautiful settings in Century City. Diners can sit in what feels like a real Italian piazza overlooking the tranquil waters of the canal surrounded by plants, trees and peace. The delightfully simple and rustic menu contains all the old favourites - with a modern twist.
Diners are spoilt for choice and starters range from straight forward focaccia or calamari to more complex dishes such as the Carpaccio - pepper-crusted beef fillet topped with mushrooms, parmesan shavings and rocket.
A variety of truly Italian pizzas and pastas are available and a combination to try is the 'trenette' pasta with calamari, mussels, porcini mushrooms, black olives and cherry tomatoes in a chilli, garlic, white wine and olive oil sauce.
House speciality seems to be the fillet served with a reduced balsamic vinaigrette topped with rocket and parmesan shavings, the prawns prepared in a secret special Pernot sauce and the 'eight and a half pasta' with Italian sausage in a tomato sauce.
This restaurant is open seven days a week from 10.30 am until 10 pm. Booking is advised.
Green Point Mexican restaurant
Dressed in vivid pink walls, plush leather booths, ambient lampshades and Mexican art, El Burro steers away from the traditional Mexican décor into a more sophisticated Mexican experience.
Located along the Green Point strip, diners enjoy a myriad of Mexican pleasures ranging from ceviche, which is made with the fish of the day and bursts of lime, coriander, chilli and pickled red onion.
Mains include a chocolate mole, the national dish of Mexico, as well as an array of soft corn tacos filled with chilli-battered line fish and braised short rib served with a spread of fresh guacamole, smoked and fresh chilli sauce, salsa and sour cream.
Dine within the mood-enhancing interior or enjoy the balmy summer sun alfresco on the balcony.
Observatory Mexican restaurant
El Fiesta is a hidden Mexican restaurant off Main Road in Observatory, Cape Town. The bright and mismatched décor with sombreros everywhere makes one imagine they might be in Mexico. The meal portions are quite big and a starter can be enough for even the hungriest eyes. The affordable food and always-tempting jugs of frozen margaritas make any group enjoy the festivities.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Superb South African cuisine awaits you at the Waterfront’s premier tourist location.This prestigious eatery boasts rich flavours from all over the continent using the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Sumptuous offerings are complemented perfectly with a superb selection of wine from the best wine farms the Cape has to offer as well as a good international selection.Highly-trained staff that take the utmost pride in their work ensure the highest standard of service and superbly prepared and presented dishes.A healthy number of awards and accolades provides testament to the flawless service and delicious culinary creations at Emily’s.
Cape Town Contemporary restaurant
e’Mondo means ‘the earth’ and this café is all about preserving and enjoying our earth in a natural, uncomplicated state.
Expect produce sourced from ‘responsible’ farmers, local and free range meats right down to recycling waste and using decomposable packaging.
The food is freshly created each day with the philosophy of protecting our earth in mind.
Breakfast starts with muesli, fruit and yoghurt or Eggs Royale with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce a cup of some of the best coffee in town.
A light meal constitutes an orange butternut soup, with a hint of spice, or a hearty Chicken and Mushroom Pie followed by homemade brownies or shortbread.
The setting is clean and fresh, with white and black wood creating an air of relaxation and comfort.
Muizenberg Fusion restaurant
Found down a side street of Muizenberg, facing the sea, the Empire Cafe takes its name from an historical site in Muizenberg. Beloved by locals due to its down-to-earth atmosphere and reliably good food, the Empire Cafe delivers unfussy gourmet lunches and hearty breakfasts accompanied by great coffee.
Breakfast options range from pastries to hearty English and lunch starts with simple options like burgers and chips to more sophisticated choices like lamb rump steak with spinach.
Parow Mediterranean restaurant
Located in the Northern Suburbs, Encore accommodates 80 people seated and 150 cocktail including a dance floor.
The up market and trendy atmosphere enjoys good food and excellent service with views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
The menu covers Mediterranean and South African cuisine and caters for a wide variety of functions starting with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Muizenberg Indian restaurant
Exuding a traditional North Indian atmosphere, Enigma Bombay on the Beach is big on flavour and authenticity while retaining a casual feel that simplifies the experience of enjoying a fantastic curry in an Indian restaurant.
Cheap and cheerful, you can expect generous portions of butter chicken and fragrant Bombay aloo best served with a warm, chewy, buttery naan with which to mop it all up.
Low on décor and fancy extras, Enigma Bombay on the Beach ensures they make up for it on flavour and authenticity.
Wynberg Thai restaurant
Erawan Thai Restaurant is in Chelsea Village in Wynberg. The authentic Thai cuisine has made this restaurant a popular eatery in Cape Town with service to match. The restaurant is open from 11:30 to 22:00 every day of the week. The most popular dishes include crispy duck and pancakes, tom yum goong, massaman curry and ba me prik phao gai.
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