Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Kalk Bay Seafood restaurant
Live Bait is snuggled between Kalk Bay Harbour's pier and big sister upstairs, the glamorous Harbour House restaurant. Both share the spectacle of dramatic crashing waves when the ocean turns wild. This unpretentious restaurant offers a good selection of sushi, fabulous calamari, line fish, seafood platters and other non-fishy fare.
Stunning views overlook False Bay and the mountains beyond on one side, and the colourful harbour on the other. From late July, the Humpback and Southern Right whales come into the bay to calf and are regularly visible to diners. If that isn't enough, the reasonable prices, friendly efficient service, relaxing atmosphere and tasty food is sure to hook you.
De Waterkant Tapas restaurant
The interior pampers the mood with stylish, intimate surrounds, decked out in concrete, wood, black and neon yellow.
The blackboard menu inspires tasty all day dishes and breakfast options alongside substantial salads, pasta and healthy Lebanese ingredients.
Don’t leave without trying the man’ouche savoury treat comprising a hot flatbread smothered in creamy labneh and za’atar, a zesty Lebanese condiment.
Meals can be enjoyed alongside a small wine list or traditional artisanal Cervejas São Gabriel beer.
City Bowl Contemporary restaurant
Lola's originally started as a strictly vegetarian restaurant, and although they are still offering an extensive vegetarian menu, they, luckily for us, now cater for the carnivores among us as well. A simple, elegant interior complements the cuisine and the restaurant serves as both a business meeting place and a romantic retreat. The menu offers something for everyone and includes a large breakfast selection. From oats to omelettes and French toasted croissants with a variety of fillings, it promises a great start to the day.
Tokai Steakhouse restaurant
This traditional steak house with its cosy setting and pub style atmosphere serves wood-fired thin crust pizzas and fresh fish brought in on daily basis alongside their mouth-watering steaks.
With cosy dining indoors or outside overlooking the park, patrons can relax and enjoy and casual setting where families with small children can enjoy dining on the veranda with a relaxed meal while their kids play on the merry-go-round and swings.
Louis on the Block’s In-by-six-out-by-eight early diners menu ensures those with a hungry appetite satisfy their hunger with pizzas, steak, chicken schnitzel or calamari for a mere R45. The wine is comprehensive suiting all palates with a more distinct speciality wine list on offer for those with discerning palates.
Families are welcomed and well catered for. Kids have variety and choice from the kiddies menu including a large range of drinks and shakes at hand.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Sinful, as the name suggests, is the word that comes to mind. This beautifully presented little coffee shop reminds of everything indulgent.
The delectable coffees, imported all the way from Ethiopia, are definitely the focus point and highlight. The Scuro Blend from Illy is served and is a dark roast with hints of caramel - a must-try.
For the peckish, Love, Revenge, Cappucino serves freshly made pancakes, mouthwatering sandwiches and a huge selection of wicked cakes and cupcakes.
Be sure to try the selection of gelato, preferably in a divine sugar cone.
Love, Revenge, Cappucino - the name says it all.
Kalk Bay Seafood restaurant
With all the charm of a working harbour fish and chips shop, Lucky Fish has the added edge of offering delicious seafood at excellent prices. Situated amongst Harbour House and its sister tapas and cocktail venue, Polana, this fast food seafood canteen is worlds away from any other. It's harbour location makes it a perfect stop whilst meandering through Kalk Bay.
In typical Kalk Bay style, Lucky Fish is just about the only fish shop you'll ever find that also sells freshly baked croissants, ciabatta loaves and fresh green salads to accompany newsprint wrapped crumbed seafood. A range of food is on offer, from crumbed hake, chips and calamari, to freshly prepared soups and mutton rooti's. Not only is the seafood fresh and delicious, but the generous portion sizes offer even more value for money.
Patrons can enjoy their meal at the tables inside and outside Lucky Fish, or take a walk along the harbour wall and sit amongst the seagulls and the fisherman. Enjoyed with friends, family or as a fast delicious meal, you'll be glad you tried this fish shop with a difference.
Rondebosch Mediterranean restaurant
Located in the Fountain Shopping Centre in Rondebosch, Lyra’s is becoming a household name for locals.
The Italian inspired menu and light meals menu makes it the perfect location to enjoy a lazy weekend breakfast, with a morning paper and frothy cappuccino, or a summery lunch and romantic evening dinner under the African sky.
Indoor facilities are available, but Lyra’s is all about enjoyed your meal alfresco, (during summer months).
The great Italian fare, unbeatable cakes and coffees and relaxed ambiance are the venue of choice for alfresco dining in Rondebosch.
Century City Fusion restaurant
Enjoy an evening of decadent extravagance and burlesque-style entertainment at Madame Zingara.A dining experience full of fantasy and the most exciting entertainment acts around awaits you at this touring venue that has been going strong for the last 80 years!Patrons are treated to sumptuous dishes while they relax and enjoy entertainment from performers like the fearless acrobats, from within one of the last mirror tents in existence. The hospitality is impeccable and entertaining in itself! Touring in Cape Town from June to August and then in Johannesburg from October to December, make a date to join in the unique dining experience that is Madame Zingara!
Diep River Portuguese restaurant
This quaint little spot is popular among locals, regulars and newcomers. The menu offers a wide variety of dishes and diners will find themselves spoilt for choice. The authentic Portuguese flavours complement the warmth and homeliness of Madeira and you will be swept away to a different era. Amazing seafood dishes are on offer, as well as favourites such as traditional prego varieties and steaks.
Milnerton Italian restaurant
180° unsurpassed views of Cape Town, Table Mountain, Robben Island and all the way up the West Coast to Blouberg is hard to beat. Maestro's on the Beach is situated right on the dunes at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean next to the Milnerton lighthouse. The patio area is open, weather permitting, and features its own bar. This area is a very popular spot as one gets the feeling of being on the deck of a cruise ship with the waves of the Atlantic Ocean almost breaking at your feet.
Pinelands Italian restaurant
The warm and friendly ambiance blends smoothly with the traditional character tastefully furnished with crisp white napery, upholstered booths and attractive wood and bamboo ceiling.
The menu offers substantial dishes and excellent starters such as Tuna Carpaccio and the Antipasto Italiano, which comes highly recommended.
Main dishes such as the tender veal is a definite must-try including variety of traditional dishes such as Schnitzel, Piccata and Saltimbocca.
Pasta dishes offer plenty for vegetarians and all the pasta is homemade or imported to ensure top quality. Round off the meal with home made sorbets, Crème Bruleé or decadent Tiramisu.
The wine list proffers a wide range of Italian wines and an extensive Grappa trolley.
Claremont Chinese restaurant
This traditional Chinese restaurant is warm and inviting, with that extra special Chinese flair. Stark contrasting blacks and reds, paper lanterns and fortune cookies on the counters turn this space into Mainland China.
Something to try is their stunning buffet, complete with chow mein, chop suey, egg fried rice, spring rolls, and all the other popular favourites when it comes to Chinese cuisine.
The restaurant also offers dim sums and their sushi menu is quite comprehensive with the regular maki, nigiri, sashimi, hand rolls and fashion sandwiches......and more.
With a great ambience, great value for money and great food that is prepared with passion, Mainland China definitely is a super power.
Table View 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 African restaurant
Mama Africa boasts popular meat combos served in generous portions with samp and pap, prepared mostly with game meat.
There are various choices such as Malay specialties, which can be enjoyed alongside the well-priced wine list.
Mama Africa can be found buzzing away in African festivities over lunch and dinner in Long Street.
Plumstead Pub Meals restaurant
Housed in an old turn of the centaury cottage that’s been beautifully restored, this spacious eatery and wine bar wines and dines palates with delicious contemporary pub cuisine.
The pub exudes a restful ambiance, with passion and flavour evident in the food and wine.
During summer months, take advantage of the beautiful terrace dressed in a Parisian feel and enjoy alfresco lunches, sundowners or tea at the attractive round tables shaded by umbrellas.
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