Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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City Bowl Pub Meals restaurant
This popular, typically Irish pub is located on the bustling Long Street strip in Cape Town. The vibrant, bustling, friendly atmosphere ensures a good time, every time. Here you can enjoy Guinness and Pilsner on tap, as they should be, as well as your favourite sport on the flat-screen TVs. THis vibey spot usually has live music every night of the week. The menu is simple with hearty dishes that brings a little piece of Ireland to the Cape. Traditional potato and leek soup with homemade Irish soda bread, crispy pork served on a bed of stir-fried veg and egg noodles with a sweet chilli sauce and Guinness battered fried calamari strips with salad, chips and tartare sauce are just some of the dishes you can enjoy.
Century City International restaurant
Original recipe chicken made according to the Colonel's recipe. What would a restaurant guide be without KFC. No matter who you are, you will enjoy the fast, convenient and finger-licking food coming out of this take away outlet.
Whether it is the original recipe chicken pieces covered in a batter that nobody we know of has been able to copy, or the tender fillet burgers with or without a kicking spiciness, it is hard to be disappointed with a meal.
For a slightly healthier option, try the grilled chicken twister - a wrap filled with chicken strips, lettuce, tomatoes and a choice of mayo or a sweet chilli sauce. Add a side of chips, hearty mash and gravy, coleslaw or a fresh, soft mini loaf and you've got a meal fit for a king.
Choose to sit down and eat here, or take your food home for a family dinner of wicked indulgence.
Bellville Steakhouse restaurant
Kings Steakout offers good food in a relaxed family-style atmosphere. The menu is varied and diners are spoilt for choice, but the house speciality remains the succulent steaks, perfectly prepared all the time. King's also serves poultry, pork and seafood dishes. There is an awesome kiddies menu with a difference and the restaurant is fully licensed.
Newlands South African restaurant
Kirstenbosch Tea Room delivers freshly prepared dishes with simple flavours and good value. Enjoy hearty breakfasts such as omelettes and spicy eggs shakshuka all served with a choice of free-range eggs.
House specialties are served in generous portions. Try the best bobotie in town, pickled fish, real homemade burgers and the freshest hake ’n’ chips.
Lighter meals proffer creative salads, chunky soups and sandwiches with irresistible scones, muffins, malva pudding and decadent rum puddle cake to compliment your coffee and round off your meal.
Vegetarians are well catered for while the kitchen sees to your every culinary whim leaving you to indulge and soak up the spectacular views.
Muizenberg Deli restaurant
Kitch Kombuis in Muizenberg Village is owned by local personality, passionate restauranteur and people person, Derek Harrison. Everything that Derek ploughs his efforts into seems to be infused with his personal brand of magic, from the deliciously different smoothie selection, through to the furniture he’s chosen to decorate his new restaurant with. Not only is Kitch Kombuis a coffee shop with a difference, everything inside is for sale, not excluding the very table you’re seated at.
Taking its inspiration from European coffee stations, the coffee shop is located adjacent to the Muizenberg train station. With a counter full of healthy baked treats and delicious sarmies, Kitch Kombuis is designed as a meeting place, greeting place and ‘grab a bite before leaving on the train’ place. Great emphasis is placed on serving excellent coffee and providing light snacks, baked and made by members of the Muizenberg community. Young bakers and pastry chefs deliver fresh snacks daily, while Derek and his assistant whip up excellent coffee and more-ish smoothies.
Enjoy a freshly baked selection of croissants, veg pies, quiches, wraps, gourmet sarmies and sweet pastries from breakfast through to lunch.
Hout Bay Fine Dining restaurant
Kitima is a relatively new addition to Hout Bay cuisine, but has been a huge success from the day it opened. Located in the historic Kronendal premises, the restaurant has been designed with its Thai / Asian theme in mind, but managed to keep the original aesthetic of the building intact. The menu is amazing (you shouldn't miss the dim sum), the cocktail list very impressive and service and attention to detail are of a high standard.
There is a great lounge where you may drink cocktails or arrival, or linger a while and order from the starter menu, and the recently opened Raya lounge caters for smart events.On Sunday afternoons a very reasonable buffet is offered.This is an upmarket establishment and prices are in line with that, but well worth it. It's very popular, so book at least a week in advance.
Kalk Bay Tapas restaurant
A popular breakfast haunt with sweeping views, Klipkantien serves up great cocktails and simple mouth-watering delights with lovely harbour views and seas.
Serving some of the best tapas around including freshly caught, seared and served Tuna straight from the sea, this small intimate eatery boasts breathtaking views in a simple setting popular with locals.
From hearty breakfasts, delectable tapas and simple sandwiches, salads and pastas to cool cocktails and wines, Klipkantien provides the ideal place to relax and enjoy the cool ocean breeze while sampling finger-licking delights under the shade of the trees.
Muizenberg Light Meals restaurant
A reminder of Muizenberg's glamourous history, Knead brings an air of sophistication to the popular beachfront surf spot. Modern yet classical interiors and crystal chandeliers provide a glamorous setting for breakfast and lunch, with long windows providing endless views of the beach.
Knead have created a stylish menu to match the atmosphere, consisting of designer breakfasts such as French toast with berries and cream, through to breakfasts pizzas.
Coffees are always good and their white hot chocolate is a must on colder days. Pastries and artisanal breads feature strongly on their breakfast and lunch menu, along with favourites such as gourmet burgers and delectable pizzas.
Cape Town Light Meals restaurant
This Cape Town restaurant serves as a cool respite from the heat, hustle and craziness of the city. Knead offers great, light meals, perfect for a long sit-down lunch or a bite on the go.
The beautiful dining room is a mix of the old and the new with beautiful light and dar wood touches, rustic shelves stacked with baking goods, a traditional pizza/bread oven and, in contrast, cool-coloured green light fittings that look modern and sleek.
The menu offers a variety of dishes, but keeps to simple cuisine like sandwiches and pizzas. The bakery offers fresh breads and pastries every day and diners can be sure to leave with armfuls of sinful indulgences.
Century City American restaurant
The interior soothes and relaxes with dark wooden polished floors, raw concrete pillars and face brick walls heightened with carved wooden plaques and rich oxblood red leather booths extending privacy with high backrests.
The menu goes full throttle into American favourites like buffalo chicken wings with blue-cheese sauce and prawn gumbo for starters.
Meat offerings make a grand performance from tender Chalmar steaks, flame-grilled to perfection and smokey, barbequed baby-back ribs.
Meat platters make dining easy for those who cannot decide piled high with thin-cut French fries, crispy onion rings, corn on the cob and a selection of signature meats served with a tangy wholegrain mustard sauce.
Round off your meal with a baked cheesecake or the key-lime pie and a nice bottle of wine.
Muizenberg South African restaurant
Situated in the heart of Muizenberg in an old Jewish Hotel, this family run restaurant offers high standards of cuisine and excellence. The varied menu serves delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
Enjoy a hearty famous breakfast burger or lunch, which caters for large appetites serving super-large burgers, served with garnish and chips, burgers are flame grilled to perfection. For fulfilling suppers, try Kosie's grilled chicken breast with a selection of mouth-watering vegetables followed by the temptress of deserts, caramel and banana pancakes topped with ice cream.
With a cosmopolitan ambience heightened by interesting decorative features, Kosie’s Place makes for a well-served, remarkable setting serving unbeatable prices and mouth-watering dishes.
V and A Waterfront Grills restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Krugmann’s Grill in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is tucked away in the Kings Warehouse, and is both sophisticated and opulent with its rich colours and textures. The entrance to the Grill is an innovative back lit waterfall, creating an atmosphere of decadence. The restaurant is luxurious and the diners’ comfort is most definitely a priority with rich plush furnishings.
Krugmann’s Grill is comprises of the main restaurant as well as a lavish champagne and oyster bar. Both local sparkling wines and French champagnes are served with freshly shucked oysters to the discerning clientele.
The Grill offers diners a range of the finest cuts of meat and game and the freshest seafood. The wine list is extensive and caters to all tastes, where it is a smooth merlot to accompany a melt in the mouth fillet, or a rich buttery chardonnay to accompany fabulous flash fried prawns, there is something for everyone.
The food is of the highest quality, the service is excellent and the ambience is elegantly understated.
Hout Bay Indian restaurant
Savour the aromatic tastes of North meets South with a touch of India chic reflected in the traditional influence of rice, spices, coconuts and herbs.
The Taj Mahal mural in an Indian sunset sets the tone and flavour complimented by gold wallpapers and reflecting mirrors for a truly authentic Indian experience.
The extensive menu offers traditional meals from North, South, Punjab and United Kingdom with a fully stocked bar serving authentic Cobra beers to compliment your meal.
End your meal with a relaxing nightcap at the Bollywood lounge in the comfort of your very own bohemian beanbag.
De Waterkant Greek restaurant
A warm welcome awaits you at this popular Greek eatery in the stylish Cape Quarter.
The decor stays true to the Mediterranean theme with elegant blues and clean whites and adds to the relaxed ambience throughout the restaurant.
A focus on freshness makes for a menu that changes with the seasons so there are new dishes continually added to the standard menu and also the specials board.
Superb Greek food and hospitality await you at Kuzina.
Newlands Light Meals restaurant
Perfect for family and friends, Kwalapa relaxes the spirit and revitalises the palate with organic delights, frothy cappuccinos and lovely eco gifts.
Eat, shop, catch up and relax over a steaming organic coffee and a golden, delicious, organic chicken pie, raw feasts and butternut and feta wraps.
Breakfast is full of deliciousness and relaxation as you soak up the eco surrounds and indulge in all that is green.
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