Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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City Centre Fine Dining restaurant
An exciting menu that changes on a daily basis and superb attention to detail are just two reasons as to why Savoy Cabbage must be visited!A focus on hearty, meaty dishes ensures the carnivores are happy, however, the vegetarians haven’t been left out of the loop and have their choice of some sumptuous non-meat options. A superb wine list matches the cuisine perfectly.Set in an old restored building, full of character, the atmosphere is bustling yet tranquil and makes for a brilliant dining experience.
Gardens Asian restaurant
Located along Rheede Street in Gardens, Sawaddee’s elaborate gold-painted wooden carvings, Thai art and exotic setting wet the palate before delicious portions of authentic Thai cuisine grace your table.
Prepared by talented Thai chefs, diners relax and enjoy fresh, flavourful dishes such as grilled beef salad, duck green curry, and crispy fish with ginger alongside a crisp glass of wine or Singha Beer.
Dine within the exotic interior overlooking the bustling Rheede Street at Sawaddee, perfect for lunch or dinner.
Brackenfell Buffet restaurant
Schoongezicht is a beautiful, stylish restaurant and venue situated on the outskirts of Brackenfell. The restaurant is located in peaceful surroundings and boasts spectacular views of the mountains.
Schoongezicht is well known for its unique 'eat and drink as much as you like' concept and here you can enjoy buffet dinners with traditional dishes, carveries, breads and soups, seafood, pasta and indulgent desserts.
The restaurant is a popular venue for conferences and the venue also hosts birthday parties and weddings on a regular basis.
The service is professional yet warm, the food is delicious and plentiful, the surroundings and views are breathtaking and the setting and ambience relaxing and peaceful. Schoongezicht is a real gem on the popular Bottelary Road.
Simons Town Seafood restaurant
With stunning mountains silhouetting the sea and sparkling white sands of Seaforth Beach, Seaforth Restaurant soothes the palate with freshly caught, mouth-watering seafood on the spectacular waters edge.
Dining in the Gun Room or the enclosed deck offers sublime views of the sea, lapping against the restaurant just meters below the deck. With appetizing seafood and penguins to entertain, patrons can sit back and relax, taking in the soothing scenery whilst enjoying good food and company.
Seaforth Restaurant on Seaforth Beach is the perfect place to enjoy a meal or up close and personal sunset.
Melkbosstrand South African restaurant
Situated in the heart of Melkbosstrand, Seaside Blues offers fabulous views of Table Bay and a good variety of meals for the entire family. On most weekends there is live entertainment.Need to know? Opening hours: Monday 8:30am - 9:00pm, Tuesday - Saturday 8:30am - 10:00pm, Sunday 8:30am - 9:00pm.
Sea Point Asian restaurant
Named after the metropolis capital of South Korea, Seoul Restaurant boasts high quality and popular cuisine that appeals to all palates that enjoy full-bodied flavour and tastes.
Try the soups, stews, seafood, shabu shabu, Korean BBQ, noodles and vegetarian dishes to mention a few.
Seoul Restaurant is a refreshing take on dining that welcomes all palates with tantalising Korean cuisine.
Sea Point 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.
V and A Waterfront Fine Dining restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Sevruga has become one of Cape Town’s most renowned restaurants. Famous for its sophistication and elegance, the ethos behind Sevrugs is to offer patrons the best possible raw ingredients combined with awesome professional and creative suppliers, as well as craftsmen, to create a truly amazing experience.
With over 200 of the finest South African wines to choose from and a sophisticated menu, patrons are spoilt for choice. On offer is the finest caviar and oysters, as well as the freshest fare from the sea; all meals are expertly prepared by some of Cape Town’s finest chefs, and the sushi bar is overseen by Alan Huang, considered to be the best in his field.
Diners can choose from elaborately prepared meals to sushi, from meat dishes to seafood, as well as being able to opt for lighter meals, salads and a range of freshly prepared sushi. The chef’s specialities include Kingklip and Langoustine with tarragon butter, pomme neuf and a lemon beurre blanc sauce and the Wharf Fillet, which consists of fillet and a crayfish tail with a garlic and lemon velouté.
The flavours are strong, but the ingredients are simple and perfectly matched. Sevruga is fast becoming the word in fine dining at the V & A Waterfront.
Durbanville Bistro restaurant
Experience Art Deco with a twist and loads of Eastern influences and flavours in this quaint little eatery in Durbanville. Walk into a magical space of ornate furnishings and finishes and a warm and welcome ambience that will invite you to sit and stay.
This little place is a boutique, gift shop, nursery and restaurant all in one. Enjoy a cup of aromatic coffee while exchanging decorating tips and travel stories. The owners have really turned this space into understated opulance.
Enjoy delicious breakfasts, bistro-style, and even tasty, fresh light lunches. The garden is filled with the sounds of nature and this adds to the tranquility you will experience while enjoying your homemade dish. Every day there is a 'special of the day', so please enquire.
Gardens Contemporary restaurant
The delicious interior relaxes and inspires the senses while the gourmet cuisine indulges the palate and tempts with decadent cakes on display and delicious aroma of coffee filling the air.
Enjoy a tasty selection from the menu dining indoors or alfresco at Shelley’s Gourmet Café in Kloof Street.
Cape Town Fusion restaurant
Located along Castle Street, Shoga’s comfy couches, long bar and unique city view make it the ideal place for languid cocktails and tantalising fusion dishes.
Bare brick walls, chic interior and lofty wine bar ambiance set the mood in relaxed armchairs as generous portions and a comprehensive wine list take centre stage.
Enjoy a colourful cocktail at the long bar or soothing nightcap, or relax on the comfy couches looking out onto the bustling crowds enjoying a glass of wine.
The menu fuses flavours from Africa and Thailand, touching on contemporary and blending it all together in bistro fusion frenzy.
Think sweet chilli, lime, wasabi, fruity and salty flavours for tapas shared between friends or as a starter.
Main courses extend the Asian theme with coconut prawns or crispy duck and even hearty lamb shank too tandoori dishes.
Relaxed and informal Shoga wets the palate with starters such as the Duck Spring Rolls served with Hoison Dipping Sauce, or Prawn Skewers with Basil and Chilli.
For main course try the Norwegian Salmon with Pesto Crust, Lentils and Mash concluded by the silky smooth Creme Brulee.
Shoga caters for all palates and moods, blending variety, flavour and textures into a sensory orchestra perfect for dinner.
V and A Waterfront Deli restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Cape Town’s Two Ocean’s Aquarium in the V & A Waterfront is home to the Shoreline Cafe. The self-service deli style cafe is the perfect place for parents and kids. With the only play centre in the Waterfront, parents can bring the kids, have a meal and catch their breath after a tiring trip round the V & A. The food is good simple fare, and the atmosphere is relaxed and very child orientated.
The decor is contemporary, and the restaurant has a beachy ambience, which complements the menu perfectly: wholesome, healthy and full of family favourites. Items include delicious eggs and bacon for breakfast, and a range of fresh sandwiches, quiches and mouth watering pastas for lunch, as well as well established favourites such as burger, fish and chips and juicy steaks.
With amazing views of the Table Mountain and the yacht marina, it’s a great place for mums and dads to bring the kids. Very affordable and fun, the Shoreline Cafe is a favourite for parents.
Woodstock Fusion restaurant
Located along Albert Road, in what was once and old biscuit mill, Shout serves up quick breakfasts, light lunches and romantic dinners brimming with Asian flavours and good old classics.
Enjoy a sophisticated dining experience with a pre-dinner drink or signature cocktail at the state-of-the-art glass bar, the perfect place to unwind and relax before dinner.
Settle down for a romantic dinner enrobed in an industrial look and feel dining on tantalising fusion cuisine or bring a newspaper, order a coffee and a start your day with a hearty breakfast.
Whether you here for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Shout’s creative cuisine and vibrant attitude will give you something to ‘shout’ about.
This new restaurant in Mandela Park is breaking barriers and becoming the talk of Hout Bay! Sibanye is Xhosa, and it means "we are one!" This funky township initiative is attracting a vibrant mix of white suburbanites and township folk all hungry for more than just a good meal. It's a place where South Africans, black and white can laugh and eat together around the table and build friendships like that of the two young entrepeneurs who started it.
Eat truly South African fare like yummy chicken livers with "ngwinya" or pap and meat ladled with tomato "smoor"
Need to know? Open Monday to Saturday 9am to 9pm. Bookings are essential for lunches.
Camps Bay International restaurant
Book a show and enjoy stress free dinner at Sidedish Restaurant. The set dining times compliment show times so you can focus on enjoying your meal and paying your bill without the worry of arriving late for the show.
The restaurant extends a theatrical performance with the décor capturing a bold and elegant ambiance. The bohemian feel is enhanced by maroon walls and damask wallpaper staged by a vintage crystal chandelier.
Dining choices are short but delicious, with meat, fish and vegetable choices alongside starter and desert options.
With reasonable prices and effortless dining, book your next dinner and a show at the Sidedish Restaurant in Camps Bay.
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