Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
Cape Town based on 8 Reviews 4.75
- 40 - 60 people
- 80 - 100 people
- South African
Camps Bay South African restaurant
Barocca offers a trendy, bustling environment in the ideal setting in Camps Bay. The restaurant is stylish yet family friendly and the atmosphere is utterly relaxing and unpretentious.
The menu has something for everyone, from spicy hot wings with a blue cheese dipping sauce and fish and chips with traditional mushy peas to pastas, burgers and steaks. Try the delicious pasta Neapolitan, spaghetti in a rich tomato and herb sauce with ripped basil and parmesan cheese or hearty pork sausages with mash potato and caramelized onion gravy.
Three big screen TVs cater for sport lovers and with ice cold beers and an awesome deck for sundowners, it proves to be a place for the relaxed diner. A nice kiddies menu is on offer and while the little ones enjoy chicken fingers, fries and spaghetti, you can opt to share a delicious cheese platter and a cocktail, all the while watching the sun set over the Atlantic.
Gardens South African restaurant
The South African favourtie, the 'boerie roll', has now been given new life. Gourmet Boerie offers a variety of twists on this national treasure. Diners are spoilt for choice with a menu that is surprisingly extensive. Pull into Gourmet Boerie for a treat with flare, as well as excellent beer.
Milnerton South African restaurant
This restaurant is a fantastic asset to the Lagoon Beach Spa Hotel and boasts a one-of-a-kind breathtaking view over the Atlantic Ocean, of Robben Island and of the world-famous Table Mountain.
The restaurant has a large wooden pool deck offering direct access to the beach. Here you can simply kick back and relax and enjoy a light meal or a sundowner, or both.
If you’re on the lookout for something light and tasty, while enjoying another glorious sunset, this is the place to be. La Mizu offers amazing food and a huge and well chosen selection of wines and beers. Awesome mixed cocktails can be enjoyed as well.
Enjoy a tasty fish and chips, an authentic Cape Malay curry or a deluxe cheese burger made to perfection.
La Mizu offers a laid-back dining experience with world-class views.
Cape Town South African restaurant
At Maremoto diners can enjoy traditional South African and Cape dishes with Mediterranean and Asian influences.
The restaurant pays tribute to the age of mailship travel and represents the Nobel-prize winning poet, Pablo Neruda, who served as a consular official in various port cities. His collection of poems, Maremoto, was published in 1968.
Maremoto serves excellent cuisine in upmarket surroundings and the menu is extensive and well thought out. Starters include dishes like Plum Tomato Soup, the Panzanella Salad which is cubed Italian bread tossed with red onion, plum tomatoes, olive oil and fresh basil, an the Dragon Wings, perfectly oven roasted red hot chilli chicken wings served with a coriander yogurt.
Mains offers traditional fare like lamb curry, cottage pie and beef fillet, but more exciting options can be enjoyed like the pork and pear casserole - pork fillet sautéed with pears in a creamy frangelico sauce
served on a bed of mash.
Maremoto offers a fine dining experience to remember.
Bloubergstrand South African restaurant
Ons Huisie offers patrons quintessential Afrikaans hospitality coupled with West Coast warmth. The old fishing cottage that is Ons Huisie is over 150 years old, and is a South Africa heritage site. It has been transformed into a welcoming, homely restaurant that serves the best in South African, and particularly Cape cuisine. The dishes on the menu are inspired by days of old and by the fresh ingredients that are used to make them.
The cosy, homely kitchen offers the best in traditional South African fare. Located on the West Coast of the Western Cape, the menu at Ons Huisie takes full advantage of it location next to the sea with a plethora of fresh seafood dishes and traditional Cape Malay cuisine. Favourites like Aunt Baby’s pickled fish, oven baked snoek and a West Coast seafood potjie are among the favourites on the menu. There is also a buffet menu available, and patrons are advised to check with the proprietors when this is being served.
An ideal family restaurant, where kids can play on the grass where the old fishing boat rests as a reminder of days of old. There is also a kids menu, so there is no excuse not the make sure Ons Huisie is on the agenda.
Simons Town South African restaurant
This lively little restaurant boasts a “If you don’t eat with us, we’ll both starve” slogan that invites humour into this relaxed atmosphere. Located within the scenic poster town of Simon’s Town, Salty Sea Dog Restaurant offers simple food heightened by nautical artefacts and exposed wooden beams for a rustic dining experience.
Dine alfresco or enjoy the sheltered warmth of indoor dining in the comfort of whitewashed walls and rustic thatched roofs exploring the succulent tastes of fresh seafood grilled to perfection or fried in a crisp light batter dressed in zesty basting sauce.
From fresh fish to salads and light-hearted servings of chicken nuggets and hot dogs for children, Salty Sea Dog offers a relaxing and refreshing approach to traditional fish and chips by the harbour.
Sea Point Continental restaurant
This unpretentious, quality restaurant is situated in the middle of Sea Point giving it a bustling and happening feel. The interior is plain but well thought out and the cuisine mirrors just that. A relaxed atmosphere ensures a pleasant dining experience every time and the menu has something for everyone. From delicious, perfectly grilled steaks to tasty seafood, you will find yourself spoilt for choice. The restaurant is licensed with a well stocked bar, so feel free to enjoy your favourite drink with your meal.
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