Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Cape Town Thai restaurant
Located in Meadowridge, Rock Sushi Thai tantalizes the palate with Thai, Asian, seafood and sushi that are delicious, healthy and visually spectacular.
Beautifully fresh fish is molded and seasoned to perfection, served with perfectly seasoned steamed rice, piquant ginger and fiery wasabi.
The Thai menu refreshes the palate with clean, fresh flavours, using beautiful fragrant ingredients in sumptuous stir-fries and decadent curries.
Soak up the relaxed surrounds sipping a glass of wine, the finest food the East has to offer, all freshly prepared by hand.
Bergvliet Sushi restaurant
Rock Sushi Thai serves fresh and delectable Thai cuisine and the freshest sushi. The chefs are carefully chosen to ensure all customers feast on the tastiest dishes. The modern interior creates a modern and sociable atmosphere and the service is always excellent. Takeaways are available.
Monday to Saturday: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm;
Sundays:6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Newlands Thai restaurant
Rock Sushi Thai Newlands has kept the same trendy feeling. The long bar counter allows for casual dining. The dishes served are Thai cuisine and the freshest sushi. Some old favourites include Angry Duck and the ever-good rainbow rolls. This sunny restaurant is a great lunch stop as well as being transformed into a cosy, trendy dinner venue. Trading hours are from Monday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 22:00.
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.
Cape Town Cape Malay restaurant
Located at the vibrant Clock Tower Centre, Rooti’s Cape Malay says what it does - colourful Cape Malay cuisine brimming with flavour and full-bodied spices prepared in traditional ways.
Dine alfresco or sit within the relaxed surroundings dining on traditional dishes such as rootis, denningvleis, koeksisters and smoorsnoek.
Serving breakfast, lunch or dinner, enjoy the historic flavours of the Cape at Rooti’s Cape Malay.
Mowbray Asian restaurant
Roseberry is a simply decorated Asian restaurant in Mowbray. Its white-washed tables and chairs and sunny interior provide a great place to have a bite to eat in the afternoon and watch the outside world go by. The restaurant is transformed into a cosy space when night falls.
The food only receives great remarks, especially the reasonably priced freshly made sushi and the tempura rolls. The quality is great and always consistent – a place where first-time guests will end up being regulars.
The Asian dishes incorporate all the regular, and tasty, dishes with a score of stir fries, curries and soups, as well as everyone’s favourite starters of spring rolls and prawn crackers. The curries are mainly of Thai origin. And of course you can always order your Chinese Chop Suey and end the meal with something sweet.
The dishes have great flavours and will have you coming back for more but during the busier times it is best to be patient because quality takes time.
Monday from 17h30 to 22h00 for sushi and buffet only;
Tuesday to Sunday from 12h00 to 22h00.
Cape Town Deli restaurant
Rotisserie 360 boasts a fresh and innovative approach to dining, where simple fresh food nourishes the soul and takes the queue out of cuisine.
Pick up a roast chicken, a few salads, a jar of homemade mayo and a chocolate brownie for a lovely fuss-free dinner. No standing in queues shopping or waiting to dine!
From quick breakfasts and lunches to take home dinners such as juicy free-range chicken or gourmet sandwiches and freshly prepared salads.
Enjoy a cup of 100% roasted Arabica coffee or just pop in to pick up your gourmet picnic box filled to the brim with roast chicken, salads, homemade mayo, fresh baguette, chocolate brownies, all packed in to a neat handy to carry picnic box, complete with biodegradable plates, cutlery and serviettes.
Rotisserie 360’s innovative approach to food on the go means you no longer have to eat fast food, but nutritious street food that stems from love and passion – just like your mamma’s home cooked meal.
City Centre Contemporary restaurant
Famously enjoyed by Salma Hayek whilst filming in Cape Town, Royale Eatery stands proud serving the best burgers and shakes in Cape Town.
Proffering over 50 different burgers, deliciously thick shakes and concise wine list, diners enjoy the artsy surrounds as walls adorned with hat collections and edgy local artwork inspires conversation.
Dine downstairs in the parade of hats or upstairs in the kitchen lit by romantic candlelight and whimsical surrounds.
Gardens Chinese restaurant
This family friendly eatery perched above Gardens captures lovely views of Table Mountain and warm décor that embraces a ‘down to earth’ attitude.
Expect Chinese food and sushi, prepared traditionally and served with a fast and friendly service at Royo Kloof in Gardens.
Kenilworth Contemporary restaurant
This little gem in Harfield stimulates the senses and warms the palate with its bold cuisine and finger licking morsals of delicious seafood, tapas and platters.
With a few tables elegantly scattered around contrasted by dark woods and bold colours, Ruby Tuesday oozes chic opulence and good value for money.
Enjoy gourmet burgers dinging al-fresco or gather inside sampling the revitalising colours and décor while eating mouthfuls of delightful creations from the menu.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Reuben Riffel is a celebrity chef of note in South Africa and this restaurant lives up to his accolades. Unpretentious food with a touch of imagination that bursts with flavour flies out the kitchen and a great drinks menu complements the dishes. Sophistication, elegance and relaxation all rolled into one is what you can expect here.
Camps Bay Mediterranean restaurant
Rumbullion translates “A riotous good time’ nestled amidst 300 year old pomegranate trees and landscaped gardens.
Sprawl out on the manicured lawns or share the love of food at tables laden with freshly baked loaves, decanters of wine and sumptuous roasts.
Offering breakfast and lunch, the menu touches on tapas, deli, Med and light meals in relaxed surrounds perfect for lulling the day away with family and friends.
Al la carte menu
Breakfast: Fri – Sun (09:00 – 11:30)
Lunch: Tuesdays to Sun (12:00 – 16:00)
Sundowners: Wednesday to Sat (16:00 – 20:00)
Bakoven Mediterranean restaurant
The menu embodies the Mediterranean with a combination of dishes such as perfectly cooked wood fired pizzas, tasty tapas and combination dishes.
Enjoy a freshly baked croissant and intoxicating Origin coffee or sip on a well-paired bottle of wine sampling tasty prawn rissoles or beef espetadas.
For quality food and wine and the great ambiance of the Mediterranean, visit Saboroso in Bakoven.
Wynberg South African restaurant
Sabria’s is one of the first Halaal eateries in Cape Town. The family-run restaurant offers friendly and homely service and traditional South African food. The ingredients for each delicious dish are carefully sourced. Patrons can choose from a large array of dishes. The menu offers grills, curries, seafood and pastas.
Breakfast from 10 am until 12 pm;
Lunch from 12 pm until 4 pm;
Dinner from 4 pm until 11 pm.
Gardens Asian restaurant
This trendy hotspot in Kloof Street, Gardens brings the taste of the Orient to Cape Town.
The elegant Vietnamese menu tinged Japanese influences provides a colourful and orchestral explosion of taste and flavours.
For starters try the grilled chicken skewers or do-it-yourself lettuce wraps layered with prawns, fresh herbs, noodles and sweet chilli sauce.
Popular main courses such as the chicken cashew nuts, spicy beef basil with chilli sauce and the battered Saigon ginger fish tantalize and come with a selection rice or noodles.
Desert pleases with Saigon's exotic deep-fried ice cream – a melt in the mouth batter casting filled with ice cream then served with their honey syrup.
The ambiance beckons relaxation and indulgence flanked by magnificent views of Table Mountain!
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