Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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De Waterkant Contemporary restaurant
Open 7 days a week and bustling every Friday afternoon in the cocktail lounge, Voila! caters with unique and trendy décor perfect for a quick coffee, lazy lunch or complete indulgence.
Serving breakfast and lunch, you can enjoy the unique atmosphere and imported Theodor French Teas with a crusty pastry or relax with a cool cocktail unwinding the day with friends and colleagues.
Mouille Point Asian restaurant
‘Wafu’ means The Asian Way and what more could they offer in terms of beauty, taste and perfection when they already have it all.
Wakame’s breathtaking views span from the old lighthouse, across to Table Bay taking in the best views of Cape Town and Robbin Island.
Dine in total comfort and idyllic surrounds watching Whales surface for air or Dolphins playfully diving, even Yachts elegantly chasing the wind all this while dining on a fusion of Pacific rim blends touched with a hint of French and Western influences.
Young innovate chefs embrace the art of Asian cuisine dressing the menu in an assortment of fresh sushi, dim sum, meat, and fish and poultry dishes.
Dine alfresco on the raised wooden decks pampered by the view or within the beautiful warmth of cherry inlays, green tea antique walls, cherry counters, all contrasted by 3 meter long fish tanks.
Wafu Wakame welcomes an exotic and beautifully tranquil dining experience set in perfect location lingering with perfect blends of fusion cuisine.
Durbanville Sushi restaurant
This beautiful, authentic Japanese restaurant is situated smack bang in the middle of Durbanville and surrounds and serves up abundant flavours and traditional, tasty cuisine.
Try the salmon roses with kewpie mayonnaise or the beef with a smooth black bean sauce. The prawn tempura is not to be missed either.
A wide range of sushi is available and the usual maki, nigiri, fashion sandwiches, California rolls, hand rolls and much more is available to choose from. Watch out for the all-you-can-eat sushi nights - a bargain and a feast.
The interior is warm and inviting, and at the same time, stylish; the layout allows you to watch while the Japanese master chef prepares your meal with skill and grace.
For dessert, have the decadent deep fried banana with ice cream or a delicious cup of authentic Jasmine tea.
Mouille Point Seafood restaurant
For seafood, sushi and various other Asian delicacies, Wakame really stands out from the crowd.
This extremely trendy venue hosts a glamorous crowd who congregate for the atmosphere, the sublime food and the exciting cocktails available in Wafu, the bar upstairs.
For a superb night out with great wine, great food, great views and great service, Wakame is the place to be.
Wynberg Coffee Shop restaurant
Centrally located in the middle of the mall, you somehow manage to escape the hustle and bustle of the shoppers below and above. There’s a relaxing ambience which encourages you to unwind and relax, with friendly service and an extensive menu. Walnut Grove is truly a Sandton tradition. Be sure to watch out for regular specials.
Milnerton Thai restaurant
Currently voted best Thai restaurant, Wang Thai boasts exquisite flavours and spices evident in the dishes and menu.
The menu focuses on authentic Thai cuisine using the freshest ingredients and spices imported directly from Thailand.
The interior calms and leans towards a more up market ambiance, complimented by the varied and exciting menu.
V and A Waterfront Thai restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Situated in the V & A Waterfront, looking out across Cape Town’s harbour, Wang Thai offers the best in Royal Thai cuisine in an exquisite setting. With Table Mountain as a backdrop, patrons can indulge in an authentic Thai dining experience while watching the resident Cape fur seal colony at play.
Diners are treated to delicious, authentic dishes from across Thailand, freshly prepared using only the highest quality ingredients. Each meal is prepared under the watchful eye of the Thai trained master chef using traditional regional recipes. Diners can delight on favourites such as spicy Tom Yum soup or traditional Thai curries. For the more adventurous there is Ped Pi-Roed – Angry Duck – served with crispy seasonal vegetables. For an African twist on a Thai meal Wang Thai has created an ostrich curry served with fresh bamboo shoots. There is a variety of seafood available, as well as an extensive sushi menu.
The decor is elegant, and features traditional Thai pieces, and this coupled with the delicately balanced flavours of the food and the wonderful views of Cape Town give diners a truly Thai experience.
Constantia Asian restaurant
A contemporary oasis, soothed by giant fish tanks, low hung bamboo lights and ambient lighting.
The menu takes a journey through Asia, starting with Sushi, seafood and traditional fare and the wine list compliments with good and interesting selections.
Wasabi is easy located in the Constantia Shopping Centre.
Cape Town South African restaurant
Located in Belgravia Road Wembly Roadhouse welcomes families and friends to enjoy their myriad of choices ranging from light meals to tasty grills.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; toasted sandwiches to burgers, curries to succulent grills, chilli bites to traditional samoosas and the freshest fruit juices.
The big attraction here is the Whopper! Prime steak cuts, marinated in original spices on a freshly baked bun, topped with salads, fit for hearty appetites.
Cape Town Fine Dining restaurant
Located on the 19th floor of the Westin Grand, with sweeping views of Table Mountain, Longstreet and V&A waterfront, Westin Executive Club offer internationally renowned chefs and a grand fine dining atmosphere.
The contrasting architecture blends effortlessly with the minimalist setting and scenic vistas creating a harmonious balance enjoyed alongside excellent contemporary cuisine. Large floor to ceiling glass walls create a subtle and stylish setting dressed in white china and plenty light and air.
The menu pampers with modern and contemporary flavours, infused with a twist of African influences and sweeping views, making Westin Executive Club a place where discerning palates meet internationally renowned chefs.
Hout Bay Seafood restaurant
Wharfside Grill, regarded as one of Africa’s best seafood restaurants exudes a bustling maritime ambience that transports you onboard the decks of historic ships and their sea-faring days.
Here you can indulge in the taste of exotic seafood such as Lobster, Crayfish and Kingklip while marvelling at nautical artefacts and local sea life. The private deck scattered with umbrellas is the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine while enjoying the stunning scenery and vibrant harbour atmosphere.
The Wharfside Grill boasts seating for 350 hungry shipmates and six intimate and private dining cabins capture the character and flavour of historic ships such as Queen Mary, Union Castle and the infamous Shipwreck who fell victim to ravages of the Cape Storms.
The extensive menu offers an impressive selection of Lobster, Prawns, Calamari and freshly caught fish including chicken and succulent steak while vegetarians can enjoy harvest from the land onboard the Landlubber’s Luck.
Alongside the extensive menu, you can explore the excellent variety of Cocktails, Spirits, Beers, Ciders and Wine. The Wharfside Grill is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is within easy access from Cape Town, Fish Hoek and Constantia Nek.
Cape Town International restaurant
Located on Watston Street, What’s on Eatery exudes a passion for food and people. Relax in one of two dining areas, each dressed in unique décor.
The upstairs restaurant captures a Gatsby like ambiance scattered with tables draped in fresh white linen and walls adorned with mirrors and embossed velvet chairs.
The inviting atmosphere sets the mood pampered by jazz and delectable choices such as beef fillet served with mushroom risotto, or the What’s On specialty Ostrich burger layered with a extra thick patty, blue cheese and green figs in a freshly baked roll.
Try the special of the day – Cape Salmon encrusted with salt and herbs followed by a chocolate fondant filled to the brim with decadent melted chocolate.
With classy presentation, affordability and inviting atmosphere, what’s not like at What’s on?
Durbanville International restaurant
Housed in a beautifully restored manor house, dating back to the 1700’s, luxuriously fitted and dressed in crisp white napery.
Expect an elegant dining experience, married with gentle background music and fine selection of wines.
The menu pampers the palate with international cuisine, partnered with wine, enjoyed by the glass or bottle, allowing for splendid food and wine pairing.
Newlands Contemporary restaurant
This restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike and offers a casual, stylish setting complemented by an extensive, well thought out menu. A cosy patio area, a wine bar and private function areas combine to cater for all tastes.
Italian food serves as the main cuisine and authentic, wood-fired pizzas will satisfy the hungriest diner. Try one of the many great variations on the ever popular Carpaccio, or enjoy one of the perfectly prepared venison dishes.
With Table Mountain as a backdrop and a roaring fireplace in winter the ambience will not disappoint.
The wine list comprises more than 400 vintages and a tasting menu is also available.
Whatever your mood and preference, Wijnhuis will accommodate.
Hout Bay Contemporary restaurant
With flavour bursting foods taking the spotlight, the interior remains simple and elegant heightened by interesting wall textures and large modern prints.
Fast becoming known as the ‘local spot’ in Hout Bay – a place where you can enjoy slow food Sundays with large gatherings of family and friends and reconnect, share and enjoy the company of delicious food and wine.
Start off your meal with steamed saldhana mussels, white wine, tomato & chorizo followed by braised shoulder of lamb, red wine, tomato, rosemary & semolina gnocchi and if you can manage to squeeze in souffle beignet, ice cream & hot chocolate sauce it will be well worth it.
Wild Woods sources only the freshest seasonal local ingredients with special emphasis on sustainable dining for the eco conscious diner. With plenty of cosy corners and breathing space Wild Woods provides a light and cheerful environment complimented by breathtaking scenery, sumptuous food and unpretentious ambience.
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