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.
V and A Waterfront Continental restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Green Dolphin Restaurant is one of Cape Town’s premier jazz hotspots. Located in the V & A Waterfront, on the water’s edge, patrons can sit with Table Mountain as their backdrop, watching the seals at play while taking in the smooth sounds of some of the finest jazz the Mother city has to offer. Relaxed, intimate and jivey, the Green Dolphin is a popular haunt for tourists as well as Capetonians who are looking for a great night out.
The menu is varied and has a little something for everyone. With plenty of fresh seafood on offers, as well as delicious meat and vegetarian speciality, diners will be delighted. The seafood chowder and fresh mussels with a creamy white wine sauce with chilli, coriander and garlic are a must on the starter menu. And the venison kebabs and prawn and crayfish duo are a tasty treat for those with a bigger appetite. The wine list offers some of the finest wines from around South Africa, the perfect complement to any of the dishes on the menu.
With jazz every night of the year, fabulous food, unsurpassed views and a wonderfully warm and welcoming atmosphere, the Green Dolphin should be on everyone’s list of places to eat in Cape Town.
Restaurants near Cape Town
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City Bowl Fine Dining restaurant
City Bowl (0.4 km from Cape Town)
Cafe Miam, formerly known as MiamMiam is an upbeat, club-style restaurant and function venue conveniently located in the bustling City Bowl area. This beautifully decorated and outfitted venue boasts a comfortable but elegant atmosphere - the perfect setting for corporate events and private parties.
Cafe Miam operates from early until late and this fine-dining experience is a must-try. Try amazing sushi platters, succulent chicken kebabs and other lip-smacking bar snacks. Also be sure to try your hand at one of the specially prepared mains by a very experienced executive chef.
Cafe Miam is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 am until 22:30 pm.
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