Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Hout Bay Steakhouse restaurant
Brimming to capacity most evenings, The Butchers Grill offers spacious seating indoor and out perfect for balmy summer evenings under the idyllic Millwood tree.
With a succulent range of prime cut mature beef on display available for your picking and choice of cooking it yourself over an open fire you can spend time on enjoying the simple things in life in the company of good friends and flavourful food.
The interior is handsomely furnished with natural wood and engaging collection of photographs from Hout Bay Museum some of which date back to the 19th centaury.
Enjoy an idyllic summer evening dining al-fresco or a satisfying Saturday lunch grilling succulent steaks with friends while enjoying a refreshingly crisp beer. The Butchers Grill House offers good service and the best steaks this side of the bay.
Cape Town Contemporary restaurant
The simple a la carte menu and lunch buffet spread brims with wholesome cooked meals, succulent catch of the day and exclusive Venison burger.
Elegant dinners enjoy the famous showroom Caesar while lunch secures business meetings with whole baby roast chicken with all the trimmings.
Enjoy a light meal or blend of contemporary cuisine infused with South African flavours at this trendy café in Long Street.
Constantia Cape Malay restaurant
Cape Malay cuisine dates back to the Indian and Malay settlers in the Cape. The cuisine has evolved over the years and Martha involves her patrons in the cooking experience. This traditional cuisine is prepared to perfection and the dining experience is unique. Dinner is served from 7 pm until 9:30 pm and Martha makes her appearance at 5:30 pm.
Sea Point Buffet restaurant
The buffet style spread plays host to the three course set menu and proffers an all you can eat as long as you have cleared your plate of food before going back for seconds.
Start with a range of soup, pate or salads, then move onto the carvery choices such as beef, chicken, roasted Karoo Lamb all plumped up with roast potatoes and vegetable trimmings.
Desert proffers chocolate mouse, malva pudding, and ice cream to mention a few.
Dine within the quaint setting or alfresco outdoor area while kids entertain themselves in the kiddies play area.
Sea Point Mediterranean restaurant
Beige tiled floors elegantly pave the way into a plain room, simply decorated with tables and chairs and walls adorned with Middle Eastern kitsch.
Housed in a nondescript apartment building next to the language school, The Cedar caters for a loyal following who highly recommend trying this eatery at least once.
The menu features a small range of traditional Lebanese dishes and shwarmas and specials. The special differ depending on the day and might come in the form of stuffed cabbage leaves in a mahlab-spiced lamb stew or the magnificent mini lamb-and-nut pies in light, garlic-scented yoghurt.
Regulars recommend the tabbouleh!
Round off your meal with a soothing cup of Cinamon tea or Cardomon coffee sitting on the balcony overlooking the bustling Sea Point Main Road.
Cape Town Fusion restaurant
Located inside The Commodore Hotel, The Clipper restaurant boasts splendid views of Table Mountain, Signal Hill, Granger Bay, Table Bay and Robin Island.
Perched on the edge of the harbour at the V&A Waterfront, diners soak up the tranquil surrounds and nautical theme, which extends into the well-versed menu.
From mouthwatering buffets, languid breakfasts or intimate dinners, the a la carte menu plays host to the freshest seafood, tender steaks and succulent chicken.
Try the fresh Namibian Oysters, Mussels with Garlic and Herbs, Crayfish Bisque topped with Cream and Chive Slivers.
Smoked Venison thinly sliced on a bed of lettuce and crunchy focaccia wafers is a great starter dish, followed by beef fillet grilled to perfection or roast venison accompanied by rosemary scented sweet potato wedges.
Light meals such as prawn curry and chicken and leek phyllo pie, fill the gap and make for a tasty alternative to a hearty dish and for a well rounded meal try the roast kingklip, warm smoked Salmon fillet, grilled West Coast Rock Lobster or a confit of Duck leg.
Muizenberg Light Meals restaurant
Uninterrupted views and passion for coffee make this spot the place to be.
The relaxed atmosphere and idyllic location remains popular with locals who soak up the surrounds and drink coffee, and WiFi.
The blackboard menus boast a variety of dishes ranging from breakfast through to lunch, and daily specials.
Try the Mexican Omelet or the Breakfast Panini Sandwich for a kick-start to the day or a Traditional Breakfast available in small and large portions.
Light lunches can be enjoyed and include wraps with hearty fillings such as Thai Chicken, Moroccan Lamb and Mexican Vegetables.
Daily specials such as Greek Salads or Fresh Fish, Bobotie and Fillet Medallions are available.
If something a little lighter suits your fancy then try freshly baked breads or goods baked daily.
Constantia International restaurant
Set amidst the beauty of the Constantia Valley and flanked by views of Table Mountain and neighbouring Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, you will find The Conservatory.
The Conservatory boasts nine acres of renowned gardens and vineyards and a stylish restaurant complemented by a beautiful cellar.
The restaurant itself is located around a 300-year old Oak Tree and boasts a lovely fresh look and old historic feel.
Dishes remain classic with a modern twist on local produce, integrated perfectly with the chosen wine from the award winning wine list.
Dine indoors or on the terrace in the open air at this lovely restaurant in Constantia.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
One of Sun International's top hotels, The Table Bay in Cape Town's V & A Waterfront, is the home of The Conservatory. Patronised by locals and foreigners, this restaurant offers guests an eating experience that is simple, yet sophisticated. With the emphasis on Tapas and light meals, as well as a sublime sushi bar, there really is something for every palate.
The Tapas menu is contemporary, taking its influences from a range of cuisines from around the world, including South Africa, Spain, Portugal and Asia. Ideal for sharing diners can feast on delicacies such as fresh Namibian oysters, steamed fresh black mussels, grilled Portuguese sardines, Katafi wrapped prawns with pimento coulis and duck rillette with prunes, Armagnac, pickles served with crusty bread. For those looking for something a little more filling there is an a la carte menu that includes Cape Malay curries, items from the grill and fresh fish.
Light pours in to the restaurant, and the experience is one of simple style and understated elegance in a very relaxed setting. The service is excellent, and to add to this dining experience guests with reservations can take advantage of the hotel’s valet parking service at no extra charge.
Cape Town French restaurant
The Court, aptly named The Real French Delicatessen, is located in the bustling Sea Point and offers a welcome respite from daily activities. Wicked and decadent treats can be found here and the food is all homemade with the freshest ingredients available. Delicious starters, mouthwatering mains and great desserts are all made from scratch and the French fine dining detail shows up on every plate. This trendy, stylish deli offers real French cuisine at affordable prices. Pop in for breakfast or lunch from Mondays to Fridays between 9 am and 5:30 pm.
Cape Town Deli restaurant
Nestled on the backstreets of bustling Tamboerskloof, The Daily Deli resides on Bronwlow Road, with views of Lions Head and a cool street vibe.
Exuding a relaxed village atmosphere, diners soak up the surrounds alfresco beneath a sheltered porch, indulging in frothy cappuccinos, freshly baked croissants and the morning paper.
Breakfast is served all day, with the Full Monte for hearty appetites and the mini Monte for lighter.
Lunch proffers a variety of salads, hot dishes and mouth-watering pizzas, enjoyed with pre-dinner olives that will knock your socks off!
Woodstock Deli restaurant
The Deli Woodstock is the perfect stop for breakfast or your work lunch hour. The Deli serves preservative-free dishes. The breakfast menu comprises your traditional English breakfast, an omelette, a ciabatta, good ol’ scrambled eggs, a croissant or freshly baked muffins and fruit and muesli.
The lunch menu changes daily in accordance with seasonal ingredients and the inspirations of the well-travelled chefs. The Deli Woodstock also does catering for events and platter can be ordered.
The extra special coffee will give you the kick you need to continue your day!
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am – 4 pm, Saturdays 8 am – 1 pm.
City Bowl African restaurant
The Diplomatic Bar & Restaurant serves cuisine true to traditional South African foods with colonial influences. Only the freshest ingredients are used, making dishes extremely flavourful and tasty.
The restaurant boasts an open kitchen that offers guests views of the chef and the staff at work. The interior is colourful and the ambience warm and inviting.
Try proudly South African dishes like beef stew, chicken curry, lamb shank and 'pap', a porridge usually enjoyed as a side or as a base for stews. For the more adventurous, they serve 'pens', translated 'tripe' and the selection of game meat is beautifully prepared every time. A daily selection of braai (barbecue) dishes are available, adding to the authenticity and quaintness of this establishment.
The restaurant is situated in the heart of Cape Town and offers a dining experience not easily forgotten. The diplomatic Bar & Restaurant is open seven days a week from 10 am until 23 pm serving as the place to eat and socialize on any occasion.
V and A Waterfront Grills restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Docks Restaurant is in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is next to the Nelson Mandela Gateway, home of the Robben Island ferry. Popular with passersby and locals, the area in front of The Docks is the playground for the local seal population. Known as the seal pen, The Docks is on the same site as the old Bertie’s Landing. Its extensive menu, relaxed atmosphere and fabulous location right on the water’s edge, in front of the Clock Tower, make The Docks a popular place to sit back and relax, and take in the fabulous views of Cape Town, Table Mountain and the harbour.
The Docks serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, light meals and cocktails. The wine list is extensive and features some of the best South African wines. The menu has something for everyone, from burgers to seafood, grills to pasta, as well as salads and traditional South African fare. The dinner menu also features specialities such as ostrich, game and lobster.
Relaxed and family orientated, with fabulous views The Docks Restaurant offers patrons a varied menu that caters for all tastes and good friendly service. Patrons are often treated to shows from the local buskers on the dockside next to the restaurant, with acts including gumboot dancers, a marimba band, mimes and signers.
Sea Point International restaurant
Tinged with all the appeal of London, the bright red door welcomes with a nostalgic colour of London’s double decker buses or bright red telephone booth. Inside the interior buzzes in black and white checkered flooring, contrasting white chairs and elegant old pictures softened by the flickering candlelight.
The menu tantalizes with delightful fresh figs stuffed with gorgonzola, wrapped in Parma ham, served on a bed or rocket and topped with Parmesan cheese followed by tasty plump and crispy fish cakes served with a side salad and a dressing rounded off by a Dom Pedro.
Step into The Duchess for a royal culinary affair in the heart of Sea Point.
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