Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Bloubergstrand South African restaurant
Ons Huisie offers patrons quintessential Afrikaans hospitality coupled with West Coast warmth. The old fishing cottage that is Ons Huisie is over 150 years old, and is a South Africa heritage site. It has been transformed into a welcoming, homely restaurant that serves the best in South African, and particularly Cape cuisine. The dishes on the menu are inspired by days of old and by the fresh ingredients that are used to make them.
The cosy, homely kitchen offers the best in traditional South African fare. Located on the West Coast of the Western Cape, the menu at Ons Huisie takes full advantage of it location next to the sea with a plethora of fresh seafood dishes and traditional Cape Malay cuisine. Favourites like Aunt Baby’s pickled fish, oven baked snoek and a West Coast seafood potjie are among the favourites on the menu. There is also a buffet menu available, and patrons are advised to check with the proprietors when this is being served.
An ideal family restaurant, where kids can play on the grass where the old fishing boat rests as a reminder of days of old. There is also a kids menu, so there is no excuse not the make sure Ons Huisie is on the agenda.
Gardens International restaurant
Now trading by day too, extending onto the sidewalk, diners relax on comfortable high chairs sipping frothy cappuccinos indulging in tasty croissants.
Enjoy some light meals if the sweeter things in life don’t tempt you at Ooh La La for lunch or dinner.
Cape Town Grills restaurant
Located at Heritage House in the heart of Cape Town, Orange Marmalade invites Cape hospitality dressed in exquisite Cape décor for a memorable dining experience.
From legendary breakfasts, delicious curries, bobotie and mezze platters, diners can take delights in choices brimming with Goats feta parcels, slices of Gorgonzola, figs, smoked salmon rosettes, Parma ham, crispy prawn wonton pastries, crème fraiche assorted breads.
Breakfasts range from health, creamy organic oats, lazy breakfasts, omelettes, sweet or savoury crepes, and simply delicious Italian Coffee enjoyed with a variety of gourmet muffins such as pecan nut pear, mixed berry or sundried tomato & parmesan specially prepared in the in-house bakery.
Dishes brim with real flavours and genuine ingredients alongside Italian cuisine such as decadent pastas, gourmet pizzas and Italian deserts.
Wynberg Bistro restaurant
Orchid Café meets shopping and leisurely conversation tucked away inside the Homework clothing store.
Scrubbed kitchen tables, sparking chandeliers, French grey café chairs and pink candy striped cushions against brick face walls set the stage for a home-style dining experience with a touch of elegance.
The small seasonal menu prompts free-range and organic produce, all locally sourced and blended to create mouth-watering creations such as muffins baked in terracotta pots to French toast made fresh bouncy white bread and fluffy all-day omelettes.
Indulge in baked cakes, tarts and buns, all home made including luscious carrot cakes, vanilla bean biscuits, baked cheesecake, baby almond pear tarts, cream cheese cupcakes, lemon meringue tartlets and fresh buttermilk scones served with whipped cream and real strawberry jam.
Orchid Café is a charming, unique and feminine eatery, blessed with simple food and ‘home-away-from-home’ setting. Perfect for an indulgent day out.
Muizenberg Organic restaurant
Organic Alive delivers a come-as-your-are ambience greeted by friendly staff and eat as much as you like buffets. With delectable organic creations on display such as organic coconut curry and wild rice or organic salads, chutneys, nuts and variety of home-baked breads, this little piece of wholesome heaven serves simple foods designed to heal.
The venue is simple and does not boast much in terms of scenery, but the impressive buffet for R40 is enough to entice the palate into staying while exploring the garnished market filled with organic delights.
Wynberg Organic restaurant
Organic at Heart serves healthy treats for all. The natural, organic and chemical-free food and drinks are freshly prepared. Organic at Heart uses local produce where possible and caters for vegetarians, vegans and raw food diets. Plus there is a kiddies menu so bring the whole family. The irresistible desserts will make the most strong willed person cave in.
Monday to Friday from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm;
Saturday to Sunday from 8:00 am until 4:30 am.
De Waterkant Coffee Shop restaurant
Spanning 3 levels in an old heritage building, Origin if the hub of choice for coffee and tea.
The artisan roaster boasts excellence and a professional barista school alongside a ceremonial tearoom and café.
Experience the subtle and fragrant flavours of the finest single origin coffees or experiment within the tranquil and exotic surrounds of the Nigiro Spice Tea room savouring over 100 fine loose teas.
The courtyard café opens daily with an open plan deli and kitchen enticed by the lingering aroma of freshly baked Montreal style bagels.
Whether you a coffee connoisseur or love to play with fine tea blends, Origin is a peaceful Zen zone perfect for indulgence in the chic De Waterkant Village.
Century City Health restaurant
Osumo provides a much-needed healthier approach to food, especially in today's stressful fast-paced life. The key to this outlet's success is that they make healthy food exciting and tasty.
Osumo offers everything you can think of, from great health breakfasts, beautifully prepared mains and an amazingly creative kids menu to energy boosting smoothies and delectable hot drinks. Breakfast includes dishes like warrior oats which contains raw oats, low fat bulgarian yogurt, grated apple, hemp powder, walnuts, goji berries and honey. Osumo puts the power back in the consumer's hands by rating the dishes according to their benefits. The warrior oats, for example, is high in protein and considered a super food.
Main meals are anything but boring and delicious combinations of certain healthy ingredients can be enjoyed as salads, in wraps or on bread. One example is the sticky plum chicken consisting of free range chicken breast strips, danish feta, fresh avo, rosa tomatoes, carrots, greens and homemade fat free sticky sauce.
Put the tasty back in healthy - give Osumo a try.
Claremont 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.
Durbanville Bistro restaurant
A magical haven brimming with freshly baked treats, Our Place charms with an alfresco tea garden lit by mystical fairy lights suspended from a tree and lanterns dimly lighting the skyline.
Exuding an old world ambiance with a touch of enchantment, diners relax and soak up the refreshing surrounds enjoying mouthfuls of pleasure ranging from cakes, light lunches and even entertainment for the little ones.
Claremont International restaurant
Located at the historic Heritage House, this elegantly beautiful space embraces earthy tones, curvaceous floral decorations and gentle homely ambiance.
The menu changes frequently leaning towards fusion food enjoyed alfresco on the deck under shady trees.
Try the Taiwanese Dan Bing pancake omelets with roasted chilli dip, or scrambled egg melt on gluten free bread.
Deserts indulge with white chocolate and dried stone fruits and pistachios or the O’ways Swiss roulade with white coffee and lavender sauce.
Tea is grand affair, elegant and effortlessly presented in steeped glass teapots with a selection of over 64 Nigiro loose teas.
Coffee is served the artisan way, roasted and blended with aromatic flavours, enjoyed on its own or alongside a light meal.
V and A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V and A Waterfront
OYO Restaurant and Cocktail Bar is one of the most stylish, trendy places to be in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. Specialising in local seafood, including West Coast crayfish, Saldanha mussels, Paternoster oysters, calamari and fresh line fish from the Cape Coast, OYO is a diner’s delight. Visitors can sit back and take in the awe inspiring view of Table Mountain and soak up the busy atmosphere of the harbour while sipping on a cocktail or a glass of bubbly. Part of the Victoria and Alfred Hotel, one of the original parts of the Waterfront development, OYO is steeped in style, class and quality.
Durbanville Bistro restaurant
Paarl de Ville is found on the R312 between Durbanville and Wellington. It has lovely views of the Stellenbosch mountains and its own 9-hole mashie golf course. The Paarl de Ville Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a bistro-style menu. Seating is available indoors or under-cover outdoors. A set braai menu can be ordered and functions are well by prior arrangement.
Strand Deli restaurant
This quaint, eccentric restaurant and vintage shop is called Pajamas and Jam, now we know they have a sense of humor. This lightheartedness shines through in everything except the quality of products you will find here.
Here you will find interesting variations on traditional breads and salads, as well as salad dressings. The menu changes on a daily basis so a surprise is never too far away.
The sweet stuff is simply delectable an include a Portuguese milk tart and scrumptious carrot cake. Do yourself a favour and order the hot chocolate made with Lindt chocolate balls. The double chocolate brownies are also very popular.
Italian coffee, Caffé Tomeucci, is made the in-house barista and fresh juice is squeezed every day. Interesting items like buchu and rose geranium cordial, as well as finger-licking preserves are ideal to take home.
V and A Waterfront Grills restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Situated right within the 'Docks' is Cape Town's original seafood restaurant. The bargain seafood lunch exists outside the walls of Ocean Basket, and judging by the full Friday lunch crowd, the Panama Jack’s fans already know that! Here you can munch, scrunch through half a kilo of prawns for R55 (same price for a mini seafood platter sans shellfish), which is a very alluring prospect. The quality is standard, but someone who has been having his Friday lunch here for years says he’s never found a mushy prawn. Another bonus is that this spot within the working Table Bay Harbour has great character, shared by inner-harbour places around the world.Need to know? 2nd left after Royal Cape Yacht Club Lunch: 12:00 - 15:30Dinner: 18:30 - closeClosed Saturday Lunch
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