Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Cape Town Deli restaurant
The hand built Italian Espresso machine indulges coffee lovers and the menu boasts the freshest and best ingredients.
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse the senses in an indulgent adventure at Escape Caffe.
City Bowl Contemporary restaurant
Esparanza is a lively, happening spot with an atmosphere and ambience that coaxes diners back every time. Fresh, hearty food with a bit of a gourmet twist is served and the passion that goes into the food is clearly visible. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and awesome cocktails serve as a great refresher after a long day. The restaurant also offers alfresco dining that adds to the social aspect and diners will enjoy views of the bustling surrounds.
Fish Hoek Coffee Shop restaurant
The coffee is imported from Italy or prepared by fully trained barrista’s while the extensive menu promises many choices.
From the famous petite breakfast to the traditional South African lunch time meals such as chicken and mushroom pie, lamb curry and bobotie.
The lunch offering vary from substantial to light meals such as toasted sandwiches, filled croissants and bagels to delicious wraps.
Pop into espresso with family for friends for a sumptuous treat and aromatic cup of coffee.
Kalk Bay French restaurant
‘Excuse my French’ is a French Creperie in a rustic setting at the seaside in Kalk Bay. With a variety of fillings, from English breakfast through to sweet delights, such as Nutella and cream, dining at ‘Excuse my French’ is a wonderful experience.
The creperie is located behind the well-known junk shop, The Railway House, in Kalk Bay. With fresh sea air coming off the waves that are crashing only a few metres away, the venue is every bit as delightful as the menu. Enjoy your crepe with a speciality coffee and watch the changing moods of the ocean from your rustic seat. If you’re fond of the table and chairs, you’re welcome to buy them, as everything has a price tag.
If you’re looking for a quick breakfast or a light lunch with an unbeatable view and relaxed atmosphere, this French creperie with a difference is perfect for the whole family.
Claremont Grills restaurant
Fat Cow is found in the well-known Harfield Village in Claremont. The menu offers great grill options and the occasional no-contest curry. The steaks are prepared to each guest’s desire with a sauce that will rock your socks. Each dish is given the go-ahead from the owner before leaving the kitchen. The service is friendly and the atmosphere cosy and sociable.
V and A Waterfront Light Meals restaurant
V and A Waterfront
With its European style, fabulous coffees and delicious food, visitors to Fego Caffe at Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront would be forgiven for thinking they were in a coffee house in Italy. Recreating the continental style and Italian flare Fego Caffe also offers patrons the best of the Waterfront - unsurpassed views of the harbour and a wonderful opportunity to sit back and soak up the atmosphere of one of the city’s most visited spots while sipping on premium Italian roast coffee.
The menu consists of delicious light meals and snacks, and is heavily influenced by the cuisine of Italy. Fluffy, light omelettes, paninis, sun dried tomato focaccias, toasted tramezzinos and wonderful wraps, as well as more substantial meals like burgers, pastas and caffe meals, there is no shortage of choice for the discerning coffee connoisseur. An indulgent range of cakes, muffins and croissants are also on the menu.
Customers can browse through the selection of magazines at Exclusive Books while delighting in the Fego fare. This is a great place to sit back, relax and take in one’s surroundings.
V and A Waterfront Pub Meals restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Ferrymans Tavern, in Cape Town, was the first establishment to open in the V & A Waterfront in 1989. It is a traditional, old fashioned pub with a generous wooden bar counter, brick paved floors, Oregon pine beams and a huge fire place, which during the winter is the perfect place to enjoy a one of the local beers or a great glass of wine. The wonderful homely atmosphere is further enhanced by the old photos, prints and drinking memorabilia that scatters the walls.
With a wide range of local and international beers, as well as Ferrymans Ale, which is made exclusively for the Tavern, it is a great watering hole for locals and foreigners alike. There is a great pub menu for the downstairs Tavern with favourites like fish and chips, chicken pie and curry and rice, and daily specials that feature traditional South African fare and seafood. In the Upstairs restaurants patrons can feast on the weekday buffet for lunch, as well as an a la carte menu with wine pairing for both lunch and dinner.
There is an outside beer garden for those wonderful hot sunny Cape Town days where patrons can sit back and take in the fabulous views while sipping on an ice cold beer. With play area for the kids Ferrymans Tavern is an ideal place for the whole family.
Cape Town Coffee Shop restaurant
If artisan coffees are just up your street, then pop into Field Office for a taste, and share the love of coffee.
Bustling with social palates and business brains, Field Office showcases inspiring décor and tantalising sandwiches and cakes.
Indulge in a little retail therapy at the adjacent shop brimming with art, clothes and gifts before settling down with a nice cup of coffee and light meal.
De Waterkant Tapas restaurant
In the trendy Cape Quarter is Fiesta Tapas Cafe and Bar, a vibrant venue exuding Latin American passion.Blending together old-style elegance with the rustic charm of a much-frequented cafe, Fiesta manages to create a unique ambience that keeps customers coming back again and again.Fiesta Tapas Cafe Bar promotes ‘social eating’ and the menu is designed to accommodate with plenty of Tapas to choose from as well as ‘bigger bites’ to satisfy the particularly ravenous diners!An extensive wine list and cocktail menu rounds off the wonderful array of the offerings at Fiesta Tapas Cafe and Bar.
City Centre Italian restaurant
A vibrant spot on bustling Long Street, Fior Fiore is a great place for perfect thin crust pizzas and delicious pastas and salads.Italian dishes are the order of the day at this lively venue. A unique blend of flours makes for perfect thin bases for the popular pizzas and a wide range of toppings means diners are spoilt for choice. The gelatos are homemade and a must-try with so many flavours to choose from.Professional and highly-trained staff tend to diners’ needs perfectly, without being intrusive.Frequented by a stylish crowd, the atmosphere is always buzzing at Fior Fiore.
Cape Town Pub Meals restaurant
Reputed as one of the oldest pubs around, Fireman’s Arms is the place to hangout during big sporting events.
A bustling vibe and familier faces makes this place a haven for locals and boasts a fireman’s pole which tempts over indulged drinkers to climb to the top and sign the ceiling.
The menu offers the usual suspects like bangers ’n’ mash and fish ’n’ chips and some surprising hearty meals such as slow-cooked fare pork neck or oxtail and thin-based pizzas.
Located on the corner of Buitengracht Street, Fireman’s Arms proffers hearty pub grub, beer on tap and bustling sports ambiance.
V and A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Located in one of the best spots in the V & A Waterfront, this great seafood restaurant boasts panoramic views and a front row seat on the Victoria Basin.
Most of the dishes are quite simple but do not lack in quality. Having plain old fish and chips becomes a treat and large portions at very reasonable prices make this restaurant a winner. Fish gets delivered daily ensuring the freshest produce on your plate - the hallmark of any good seafood restaurant.
Fisherman's Choice is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Experience the most amazing sunsets and the infectious sound of the water and the gulls while enjoying your favourite seafood.
Kommetjie Seafood restaurant
Nestled in the heart of this small seaside village, Fisherman’s Kommejie boasts a cosy interior and spacious alfresco dining, which invites summer and seafood celebration.
Spacious tables, scattered with umbrellas under the shade of ancient Milkwood Trees makes an ideal setting for enjoying the best of summer, with ice cold draughts and live Sunday music.
The interior is warmed by a roasting winter fire, painted to depict the ambiance of an old fisherman’s cottage, complete with the lingering aromas of wood fired pizzas, burgers, steaks and delicious seafood.
Fisherman’s Kommejie is a friendly, relaxed dining experience in the heart of Kommejie.
City Centre Fine Dining restaurant
Fantastic contemporary cuisine awaits you at this superb venue in Cape Town’s bustling CBD.
Set within an intriguing old building, the restaurant has multiple dining rooms as well as a wine cellar for a more romantic setting for two and a courtyard for al fresco dining. Priding itself on consistently good food and superior service, Five Flies offers a varied menu of delectable contemporary dishes, created by a talented and dedicated team.
Take some time out of the rat race for this popular Cape Town venue.
Kenilworth Light Meals restaurant
With an array of savoury and sweet desires, Florentines bewitches the senses with playful décor and homemade delicacies.
Serving mouth-watering freshly baked muffins, cakes and tarts alongside speciality coffee blends, you can relax on comfy couches while enjoying the beautiful gifts and quirky décor.
Upon entering, you are welcomed by Florentines and seduced by delightful temptations of sweet and savoury. Enjoy light lunches, high teas and satisfying platters.
Florentines is a sweet retreat with melt-in-the-mouth pleasures for a truly sinful experience.
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