Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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De Waterkant French restaurant
This delightful French café brims with elegant baked delights and delicate tarts, and the most delicious coffees and teas, served in petite china.
The ambiance exudes café Paris, with floral and vintage décor, elegant armchairs and curvaceous furniture, enticed by delightful displays of heavenly bakes, tarts and ‘to die for’ carrot and apple cake.
Marvel and soak up the setting over a languid breakfast or grab a paper and indulge in some delicious coffee. Mid and lazy afternoon teas fit the occasion here, spoilt for choice and brimming with indulgence.
La Petite Tarte is a charming slice of Paris, surrounded by the trendy lifestyle shopping centre in the heart of Green Point.
Tokai Italian restaurant
La Piccola oozes Italian, a small and bustling atmosphere that offers diners a chance to relax and take in the scenic views alongside a refreshing glass of wine or cappuccino.
With the serene voices of Italian music in the background and a small quality wine list, savouring heart-warming dishes of pasta or pizza inside or on the terraced deck compliments the relaxing panoramic views of Muizenberg Mountains.
With delicious pizzas and pastas on offer, La Piccola is your Italian kitchen in the heart of Tokai.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
La Playa is one of the more trendy eateries in Cape Town's V & A Watefront. This Greek owned cafe/restaurant offers diners the best in upbeat, vibrant cafe lifestyle, with spectacular views and delicious food.
La Playa offers diners a selection of Greek influenced dishes that include Rosemary infused lamb and Greek milk tart, as well as a wide selection of breakfast dishes. It the prime spot for those looking for somewhere to sit back, take in the atmosphere of the Waterfront and marvel at the fabulous views. Trendy and modern but relaxed, La Playa is reminiscent of European cafe style cuisine and ambience. Frequented by locals as well as visitors to the city, it gives a glimpse of typical Cape Town life.
This funky fun cafe is the place to see and be seen. With a lively atmosphere and great food La Playa is relaxed, trendy and offers patrons European style and service in a very Capetonian setting. With views out over the mighty Atlantic Ocean, there is no end of beauty to indulge in while sipping on a cool cocktail and nibbling on something sublime from the menu.
Century City South African restaurant
La Rocca successfully marries Italian, Mediterranean and South African cuisine and serves up delectable, traditional dishes with a modern twist.
The restaurant is located in the bustling and vibrant Canal Walk Shopping Centre and provides a much-needed sit-down-and-relax ambience in the midst of shopping madness. The fresh interior matches the produce and the food and presentation smacks of originality and inventiveness.
Apart from the main menu that offers mouthwatering dishes like fillet steak, wraps, burgers, pizzas and pastas, La Rocca also serves up a range of kiddies dishes and offers a special sushi menu for the discerning diner.
The service is personal and the owners passionate, and this, combined with great tasting food, proves to be a winning recipe.
Sea Point Contemporary restaurant
With 180-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean, this is one of Cape Town's supreme, cheap and cheerful venues for the summer. Excellent pizzas and great fresh salads among other starter and main course listings can be enjoyed.
Muizenberg Portuguese restaurant
This sunny spot is on the corner as you enter Surfer’s Corner in Muizenberg. This is a perfect spot to relax in the sun and people watch. The restaurant has a very relaxed atmosphere and it is a favourite with the locals of Muizenberg.
The outdoor area of Largerchinos is quite large with wooden benches and umbrellas. Here you can sit and enjoy a larger or glass of wine and a pizza. The staff and owners are incredibly friendly and you end up chatting to everyone around.
So if the sun is shining and you are wondering where to relax and soak up the sun, then Largerchinos is the spot. Bring the gals or guys and have a day of it at this value-for-money hang out.
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Vredehoek Mediterranean restaurant
For tasty light bites with a Mediterranean influence, Lazari Food Gallery is a great place for a quick bite or a relaxed time with good friends.
Superb breakfasts and delicious mains, available in half portions are the order of the day, as well as a variety of cupcakes that Lazari is famous for.
Attentive service and a homely feel make patrons feel relaxed and at ease as they sample the delights on offer.
A buzzing spot, full of character, Lazari’s Food Gallery is well worth a visit.
Gardens Mediterranean restaurant
Capetonians and visitors have enjoyed Restaurant Paradiso’s hospitality since 1992. French Restaurateurs, Marie Dischinger and Pierre Deloge took it over in January 2008. Their passion, dedication and fresh ideas will ensure Paradiso remains a firm favourite in the hearts and minds of locals and visitors from afar.Le Restau Paradiso is located in upper Kloof Street, Gardens with a magnificent view of the mountain and City Centre. Lunch or dinner in the garden or on the balcony will be an occasion to remember.Relax, enjoy a glass of wine and a delicious meal. The warm Mediterranean decor and friendly staff will bring you back time and time again.Expect traditional French and South African specialities on our menu. We are famous for our Pan fried beef fillet, Lamb shank, Ostrich bobotie and Warm lamb salad. Vegetable Tian, Beef Bourguignon, Quiche Lorraine and Seafood Armoricaine are new. The Menu changes regularly to ensure that mainly seasonal and local ingredients are used, seafood is fresh and to “amuser vos papilles” (to keep your taste buds intrigued).
Green Point Sushi restaurant
Leaf Sushi, located along Hospital Street is a grand dining experience set over 3 dining choices.
If you enjoy the fresh openness and lovely views of alfresco dining, savour a cocktail on the terrace scattered with tables and chairs, and a handy rain cover for less perfect weather.
Downstairs sees sushi in the making as the sushi bar hosts an orchestral performance in perfect view of diners paired with relaxed music.
For a grand dining experience dine upstairs enjoyed by pleasant views and delightful morsels of sushi for a more secluded experience.
Whether you seek a relaxed evening, or a night of mystery and magic, Leaf Sushi seduces with lovely views and exotic Asian cuisine.
Bellville Mediterranean restaurant
The versatile seating invites sushi dining at the sushi bar, inside tables in the spacious interior or alfresco dining on the covered veranda or outside deck scattered with umbrellas.
Inside, large folding doors create a feeling of space and invite the outside in, while diners indulge in sushi, seafood, Mediterranean and tapas.
Try Mediterranean tapas dishes such as homemade fish cakes, pickled fish, Portuguese sardines and calamari salad.
The fresh fish counter swims with fresh fish daily and expert fishmongers prepare and fillet fish, and advise on cooking and preparation.
Expect prawns, langoustines, mussels, line fish, crayfish, calamari and oysters.
For starters try the sushi or mussels and the tapas dishes and mains the seafood platter or giant Tiger Prawns cooked on the coals.
For dessert lovers the choco hot pot (made with Lindt chocolate and mascarpone) comes highly recommended, or the halva ice cream.
Lemon Butta is provides a well-rounded eating, shopping and socializing experience in the heart of Belville.
Woodstock International restaurant
Tempt the taste buds with contemporary world, where the menu focuses on fresh seasonal ingredients.
For starters, try the flavourful tom yum soup with coconut cream and ciabatta wafers or home-cured gravadlax with crushed new potato, chive and caper salad.
Mains proffers hearty comforts like gnocchi with zucchini cream and balsamic onion marmalade, or a Gorgonzola beef fillet with a port reduction.
Desert tempts with dense flourless almond cake with dark chocolate topping or the light and airy coconut and cardamom crème brûleé.
Discover culinary decadence and contemporary fare at Liberty’s Restaurant in Woodstock.
Gardens Italian restaurant
Small and intimate, Limoncello caters with a cosy dining area and relaxing bar/lounge for pre/after dinner drinks.
Try their delicious pizza base crisps dipped in olive oil and balsamic before tucking into a hearty pizza.
The menu is small but big on flavour offering traditional Italian dishes tossed with garlic and typical Italian ingredients.
The wine list is small but well partnered with the menu.
Gardens International restaurant
With breathtaking views of Table Mountain, this buzzing restaurant boasts a chic and trendy interior, relaxed enough to enjoy with the family and trendy enough to hang out with your friends.
The menu focuses on sexy food, in generous servings and gourmet breakfasts that will have you coming back for more.
For breakfast indulge in the French toast with fried banana, syrup and peppadews or flapjacks with mascarpone and strawberries drenched syrup. For lighter meals try the bacon, feta, avocado and mozzarella tramezeni.
Lull away the hours over a lazy breakfast or languid lunch at Liquorice and Lime in Gardens.
Tokai 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.
Constantia South African restaurant
Set within a grassy space and shaded veranda, scattered with tables and chairs, fingers of sunlight and shade, Little Stream Restaurant is the place to lull a few hours away.
The menu focuses on fresh, wholesome food, served in generous portions, enjoyed alfresco on the sunlit lawn or shaded veranda with a backdrop of stunning views.
Start the day with eggs Benedict or omelette, English breakfast or health breakfast. Lunch proffers ostrich bobotie or grilled chicken salad, salmon salad or beef burger and chips to mention a few.
With stunning gourmet afternoon teas, sundrenched grassy lawns and shady swings soothed by trickling streams, Little Stream Restaurant quiets the senses and indulges the palate with gourmet cuisine.
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