Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Bellville Country restaurant
The Hollow Tree is a family restaurant, pub and beer garden that exudes old world charm and beauty. The Hollow Tree serves breakfast, traditional South African meals, contemporary fish and meat dishes as well as steaks and burgers. Good wine list. Children can choose from a kiddies menu. Suitable venue to watch sports events.
Bellville Steakhouse restaurant
The Hussar Grill is definitely a must-try in the Tyger Valley area. Ideally located in the Willowbridge centre, close to the Barnyard Theatre, this restaurant is the perfect pre- or post-show lunch and dinner spot.
The Hussar Grill offers outstanding quality at reasonable prices. The restaurant prides itself on super grade, grain-fed beef cuts such as fillet, rump, sirloin and T-bone. Usually diners can enjoy great game as well; these include kudu, springok, gemsbok, and eland and the more common ostrich. If you left your inner carnivore at home, you can always enjoy one of the delicious seafood dishes.
A great selection of wine is available, but should you wish to bring your own, no corkage is charged. The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 12 pm until 11 pm and on Sundays from 12 pm until 5 pm.
Bantry Bay International restaurant
Enjoy an upmarket but relaxed atmosphere as you sample buffet delights at The Islands Restaurant.
Superb buffet breakfasts and dinners are a must-try at this stylish eatery located within The President Hotel. Frequent ‘themed’ buffets satisfy the adventurous diners and are coupled,
in season, with live entertainment, such as comedy performances and fashion shows.
With flawless service added to the mix, you won’t want to leave The Islands Restaurant.
Woodstock Deli restaurant
Quant and popular, The Kitchen serves the neighborhood as the local coffee shop and deli.
Expect vintage bowls of fresh food stacked on wooden shelves, wholesome salads with colourful dressings like the ‘love potion’ and wholesome ‘love sandwiches’ with voluptuous fillings and homemade pesto, mayo and pickles on artisanal rolls.
The lunch menu changes daily and caters well for vegetarians who enjoy the bean, chickpea, lentil, bulgur wheat, roast Mediterranean vegetable and couscous salads.
The menu focuses on clean natural flavours infused with Mediterranean and oriental flavours and a modern twist on South Africa.
Green Point Fusion restaurant
Experience good living and a touch of culinary genius at this beautiful restaurant in Green Point. The Kitchen produces fusion cuisine with a chic touch and the gorgeous environment makes for a great dining experience.
The menu is small but every single dish is well thought out, beautifully presented and made with passion. Ask your waiter about the special of the day or try a delectable thin-crust pizza topped with chorizo, mozzarella, sweet corn, relish and fresh basil.
The classic beef burger is also worth a try and is topped with vintage cheddar, pickles and spicy tomato chutney.
The interior shouts class and whispers elegance and is a feast for the eyes. Relax in The Kitchen over a wholesome, perfectly prepared meal and an aromatic coffee.
Camps Bay Fine Dining restaurant
Succulent steak and sumptuous seafood are the order of the day at this upmarket grill house in trendy Camps Bay.Delicious gourmet burgers and tender cuts of the best quality meat make up just a couple of the offerings at this charming and quirky spot. Choose from a vast array of wines on offer and enjoy attentive, friendly service.A wonderful ambience throughout, a visit to The Kove will be one to remember!
Cape Town Fine Dining restaurant
This mid 19th centaury mansion, steeped in history and National Cape Monument status rests in Gardens, behind the historic Mount Nelson Hotel.
Fine dining is the order of the day, at the only venue in the world where you can enjoy cuisine excellence in the company of four Nobel Peace Prize Laureates commissioned oil portraits, hung on the historical walls.
Discover a rare dining experience, steeped in history and breathtaking surrounds at The Laureate at Leinster Hall.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
A warm, relaxing home away from home the Library offers hotel guests a the Cape Grace hotel , and outside patrons alike, an area to sit back and unwind, while enjoying the delicious treats on offer. There is a special menu for the library, as well as a Sugar Buffet and Sugar and Spice Buffet for guests to indulge in.
The Sugar Buffet consists of a variety of sweet treats, from candy apples to cupcakes it is a wonderful indulgence, and a great place to have tea with friends. There is also a Sugar and Spice Buffet: as well as all the delicious cakes and pastries on offer, guests can delight in a wonderful array of traditional Cape Malay fare. Visitors to the Library can also choose from the a la carte menu – a variety of light meals, seafood and fabulous desserts. With house specialities such as Chalmar beef fillet, seared tuna, shellfish and a rooibos smoked chicken salad there is a wonderful selection of fabulous food to choose from.
Filled with hundreds of books, old and new, as well as over 200 pieces of art, the Library offers patrons an elegant place to sink into the richly upholstered chairs and let go of the day’s stresses and strains.
Fish Hoek Light Meals restaurant
This light airy space is the perfect space for a little daytime indulgence, where light meals and aromatic coffees are the order of the day.
Order from the menu or enjoy something different from the daily specials, or indulge in an all day breakfast.
Relax in quiet ambiance at The Loft restaurant in Fish Hoek.
Hout Bay Seafood restaurant
Situated on the water’s edge in Hout Bay Harbour is The Lookout Deck.
Boasting spectacular mountain and ocean views, The Lookout Deck offers an extensive selection of high quality seafood including a new champagne and Oyster Bar for that extra touch of decadence.
As well as the imported and local Champagnes, there are a variety of local and imported beers. The wine list has been carefully compiled to include wines from the regions that surround the restaurant.
For spectacular food and wine enjoyed with stunning views, The Lookout Deck is a must-try.
Durbanville Bistro restaurant
The ambiance invites relaxation in delightful elegance, flanked by sprawling lawns, good wines and attentive service.
Dine within the elegant interior, or on the terrace sampling a meaty platter with five cured meats, home-baked bread, olives, pickled gherkins and boiled eggs.
Mains beacons with delicious pork chops and apple purée or real Cape bobotie, or snoek cakes, with garlic cream and mash.
Round off your meal with rich chocolate fondant cradled in a yummy soft centre and mango syllabub.
The Manor House Restaurant at Meerendal Wine Estate makes for a delightful dining experience over breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Simons Town Contemporary restaurant
With comfortable couches, delightful colours and rustic frames in various shapes and sizes, The Meeting Place furnishes elegant touches and shabby chic décor immersed in a bustling atmosphere. Dining by night reveals an ambience of its own, whether on the balcony or indoors, the flickering candle light illuminated by fairy lights and the moon reflecting upon the bay makes for an enchanting evening out. The eye pleasing décor and ambience will hug you in warmth and cool you during the summer for a fresh and inviting experience.
Splendid views of False Bay coastline and harbour entices while the music spills a seducing touch over starters of West Coast mussels marinated with tomato and chilli vinaigrette, and asparagus with parmesan butter. Main courses bursting off the menu boast fresh Line fish caught at Kalk Bay harbour served on crushed potato, bella rosa and olives with beurre blanc or slow roast duck on fresh fruit with an apricot and ginger sauce.
Enjoy the finest breakfasts served until 12pm throughout the week, with delicious choices ranging from Eggs Florentine, croissants, and breakfast pizza served on puff pastry with pancetta, mushrooms, poached eggs & hollandaise. The Meeting Place is your place to relax and enjoy the intoxicating cuisine while browsing the trinkets, mirrors and décor for sale alongside the lingering aroma of freshly baked bread.
Cape Town International restaurant
Perched on Wale Street, The Mint sparkles with striking modern copper chandeliers accentuated by blue and green hues and warm natural wood furnishings.
The kitchen captivates palates with grills, Indian-themed dishes and lighter meals such as club sandwiches, burgers and Caesar salads, created within the eye-catching mosaics and copper light fittings.
Dishes lean towards pricier options with starters at R65 and mains at R150, but the adage remains true, ‘you get what you pay for’ and the dishes here are beautifully presented and magnificently created.
The carefully chosen wine list flatters the dishes served. Try the beef fillet with enoki mushrooms, springbok loin or the seared tuna.
Enjoy a pre-dinner or nightcap at the Twanky Bar.
Durbanville International restaurant
Located in the scenic Durbanville Winelands is The Mount Restaurant and Bar.
This well-placed restaurant boasts an innovative and exciting menu that appeals to many tastes and preferences. A nice variety of local farms offers diners the perfect bottle to match their meal while they dine to stunning views of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.
A terrace adorned with vines makes for bright and breezy summer dining while fireplaces inside the restaurant ensure that diners are kept warm on cold winter evenings. A petting corner ensures that even the children will have a brilliant time at The Mount Restaurant and Bar.
For a dining experience the whole family will enjoy, take a trip to The Mount Restaurant and Bar.
City Centre Fusion restaurant
For an authentic Cape Malay dining experience, The Noon Gun Tea Room Restaurant is the place to be.
A modest menu of the best that Cape Malay cuisine has to offer is available, with delicious samoosas, biriyanis and of course, koeksisters. To accompany your meal, try a falooda – in keeping with the theme, alcohol is not allowed in the establishment.
A family-run restaurant, this warm and welcoming venue has diners feeling relaxed and truly welcomed as they sample the delights on offer.
Great views and a lively atmosphere round off a great culinary Cape Malay experience.
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