Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Bellville Coffee Shop restaurant
The spacious self-service restaurant and enclosed courtyard provide casual dining options.
The menu has a South African influence and changes on a daily basis serving a variety of light meals and all day breakfasts.
Choose from the beef lasagna, bobotie, curries, to grill specials, toasted treats and open sandwiches, and a large selection of double layer freshly baked cakes, and oven hot muffins or sweet or savory scones perfect for tea time.
Located in the Tiger Valley Centre, Green Valley is a quick bite, a languid lunch or quite meeting place.
Claremont Contemporary restaurant
With delightful mountain views and sun facing aspect, Greens offers substantial breakfasts, lunches and dinners in an open, spacious setting warmed by natural earthy tones and textures.
Enjoy a selection of substantial breakfasts from traditional English to delectable Eggs Benedict and for healthier options Muesli with yogurt and fresh fruit platter.
Bustling lunchtime favourites range from open sandwiches and deluxe burgers to crispy thin wood-fired pizzas.
With options of dining inside or alfresco under the sun-warmed terrace scattered with umbrellas, Greens entices and ordinary meal into a gourmet experience with breakfast a speciality and servings of fresh Kingklip, Fillet Steak and Pasta available for a heartier alternative.
Greens is easily located within the bustling hub of the Southern Suburbs.
Plattekloof Light Meals restaurant
Natural materials, including wood and stone, create a stylish look and an informal laid-back, but bustling ambience can be enjoyed. The bar area has plenty of seating for those wanting to have a pre-dinner drink or a refreshment at lunch. The bar is fully stocked and has a wide variety of beverages available. Green's Restaurant caters to the more health conscious among today's young at heart.
Observatory French restaurant
Gypsy Café is a delightful fit to the trendy suburb of Observatory. The heart and cosy theme is evident in their desserts made in to heart-shaped treats. The vibrant staff is attentive and the chef dutifully explains the dishes being prepared to his guests.
The menu is a fusion of French, soul food, Thai and vegetarian cuisine. Takeaways are welcomed. The wine list is simple and tasty and the ambiance sets a romantic atmosphere.
Open from Monday to Saturday, from 5 pm to 12 am.
Cape Town Coffee Shop restaurant
Set on Rose Street in the colourful Bo-Kaap, Haas Coffee Collective brings you 100% Arabian coffee, ground and roasted in the daddy of coffee roasting machines hailed from Germany.
Custom crockery, quirky décor and a collection of local artwork filled to the brim keeps the eye occupied and inspired while light snacks and treats, and the rarest coffees wrap the palate in pure decadence.
The menu proffers delights such as smoked Gypsy ham on ciabatta, ciabatta with cheese and vegetables and wonderful looking muffins and croissants to tempt the waistline.
Bunny shaped biscotti compliments a cup of ultra smooth cappuccino enjoyed at bare wooden tables and chairs. The wooden counter bar matches the floor and sets off a perfect balance exposed by the wooden beams.
Realistic looking insects add humour and disbelief shaped into the moulds of custom crockery, which favours this coffee shop’s attitude and flare as one of the most interesting places to enjoy a cuppa in Cape Town.
City Centre Tapas restaurant
Enjoy delicious and authentic Asian and Chinese cuisine at this popular spot in Cape Town’s buzzing city bowl.Japanese and Chinese chefs skilfully prepare delicacies like dim sum, sushi and flavoursome wok dishes in ample portions for a communal dining experience, making this a great place for a group of friends.The wine list is vast and descriptive, ensuring that diners can easily select the right bottle for the right meal.The setting is carefully lit and features a dark palette and stylish lacquered wood, creating a unique and enjoyable environment.A must-try venue for those who adore Asian cuisine, Haiku is well worth a try.
Kalk Bay Seafood restaurant
Dining at Harbour House is the perfect fusion of elegant cuisine and an exceptional location, perched above the rocks in the working Kalk Bay harbour. With an air of relaxed sophistication, patrons are treated to a menu with an emphasis on fresh seafood while waves crash against the rocks below.
Beautifully presented dishes have a slightly Mediterranean flavour, perfectly complimented by wines from the best local wine regions. Starters from the carefully created sushi menu prepare the palate for more robust mains. Fish goes from sea to plate, owing to the restaurant using their own boat, aptly named 'Live Bait,' to trawl the sea in search of the freshest catch of the day.
Long drawn out Sunday lunches at Harbour House are an unforgettable experience. During winter, log fires create a cosy sanctuary protecting weary diners from the elements. In Summer, the glistening blue ocean provides an entrancing backdrop to lunches and dinners, where Southern Right Whales can often be seen frolicking within metres of the restaurant from Spring time.
With all these factors, no trip to Kalk Bay could be complete without an experience at Harbour House. Remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
V and A Waterfront International restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Harbour House masters the art of understated elegance and their food follows the same trend.
If it is fine dining without the overly pretentious food you're after, this is the place to be. Situated right by the water's edge with the bustle of the waterfront around you, Harbour House still exudes a relaxed, tranquil ambience.
International cuisine with a hint of Mediterranean and French influence is the speciality here, but their seafood is definitely one of their more passionate endeavours.
A great bar area allows patrons to let their hair down and, as for the menu, you really are spoilt for choice. This is the ideal setting for that special occasion. Booking is advised.
Gordons Bay Seafood restaurant
Embracing elegant, classic ambience with unsurpassed views, Harbour Lights serves the finest selection of seafood and grills alongside warm hospitality and superb food.
Enjoy a relaxing lunch gazing out the harbour of False Bay or a romantic dinner lit by the reflecting moon. Tantalise the palate delectable starter of Avocado Ritz served with a twist, a crabstick salad topped with the usual avocado and shrimp in Marie-rose sauce. Mains pamper the palate with mouth-watering Kingklip Cecilia, layers of kingklip fillet with brinjals and baby marrow, with figs, dates, olives, tomatoes and spring onion, white wine on a bed of mash potato cordoned by lemon butter.
Harbour Lights will infuse the taste buds creating a memorable dining experience. Favoured by locals and visitors alike this eatery lives up to its status of a landmark restaurant.
Sea Point Fine Dining restaurant
Famous for scrumptious lunches and dinners and a cosmopolitan ambiance, Harvey’s at Winchester Mansions is the perfect setting for lunch or dinner.
Located along the Sea Point promenade, this stylish restaurant graces the palate with sophisticated combinations and fresh local ingredients.
Uninterrupted views of the Atlantic, beautiful ambiance, harmonious décor and informal feel sets the mood for discerning diners who enjoy style and laid back vibrancy in the elegant surrounds of Winchester Mansions.
Parow 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.
City Bowl Steakhouse restaurant
This beautiful restaurant is exudes warmth and homeliness and serves up unpretentious, tasty cuisine in a casual, elegant atmosphere.
Custom-designed furniture and soft lighting creates an ambience conducive to a a great dining experience. The menu is anything but extensive but the food that is on offer proves to be of high quality.
Enjoy the signature succulent steak, cooked to perfection, with chips and a side salad. The wine list is a different story, with an ever-changing wine selection that will not disappoint.
A stylish, large bar area opens onto the Heritage Square courtyard and offers cocktails and a comfortable place to kick back and relax. Look out for information on live music evenings when you can use this venue as the base for your night on the town.
Observatory Light Meals restaurant
Hello Sailor is a trendy little spot in Observatory with a sailor-ocean theme throughout. The staff are friendly and it’s a great place to stop for a good ‘hangover-cure’ meal, or just the hungry and thirsty. The coffee is a winner and will get you going for the rest of your day.
The menu is incredibly reasonably priced with nothing that will break the bank, but most definitely have you rolling out of there. With oldies like poached eggs, bacon and hollandaise on toasted ciabatta or rump steak prego topped with egg, no one will be complaining there is nothing they like. The salads are delicious or you can always go for a ‘bowl’ on the menu.
This little place is quickly becoming part of the colourful Observatory family. Whether you need a morning pick-up or a cold drink with a meal in the evening – without shredding your wallet – this is a spot where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 23:00;
Saturday to Sunday, from 9:00 am to 23:00.
Please call for further details.
Cape Town International restaurant
Hemelhuijs Restaurant oozes charm and tradition, inspired from picturesque Dutch heritage.
Roughly translated, Hemelhuijs means ‘House of Joy”, and this meaning lends itself throughout the charm, décor and overall dining experience.
The interior perfectly balanced by a spread of decadent home ware, modern Zen furniture works seamlessly complimenting a perfect day out shopping and indulging.
Tables spill out onto walkways, bending at the whim of indulgent faces scanning the A3 menu offering all day breakfasts, and tantalizing lunches.
For breakfast/brunch order fruit and yoghurt, poached eggs, prosciutto, artichoke and hollandaise sauce, scrambled egg, salmon and toasted apple cake and omelet with a maple syrup glaze, bacon, figs and goat’s cheese!
A salad such as marzipan and dried apricot layered with roasted chicken is a definite must or the slow roasted lamb ribs and the Hemelhuijs burger topped with creamed mushrooms and poached egg.
Classic modern touches, therapeutic shopping and mouth-watering cuisine make this daytime eatery one for your foodie calendar.
Plumstead Coffee Shop restaurant
Tucked away in a tranquil garden, High Tea is one of those hidden gems only the locals talk about and try to keep secret. This special coffee shop enchants with vibey people, relaxed atmosphere and rustic charm.
The endless buffet of heavenly bakes and lingering aroma of sinful pleasures wet the appetite alongside interesting goodies for sale.
Warm and inviting, diners soak up the pleasant surrounds churning over the days events and sampling delights from the daily lunch menu brimming with delicious choices.
Try the world famous chicken pie, or hearty winter soups, tasty tarts and assortment of summer wraps, salads and toasted sarmies.
Nestled on the border of Constantia berg and Wynbos, High Tea is worth the trip for non-locals, just to savour the pleasant surrounds and heavenly delights.
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