Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Claremont Burgers restaurant
Why write about a burger joint? It doesn't seem so odd if the burgers are more like a work of art than a meal.
3rd Hudsons are really onto a recipe for success. Great service, great portions and great fresh ingredients is at the order of the day. The best ground meats are selected and it is claimed to contain more than 20 % less fat than normal. The toppings are freshly made as well and include traditional favourites as well as more exciting options. Be sure to try the mint and jalapeno salsa, in itself an explosion of flavours. How does a perfectly cooked patty topped with tomato relish, biltong dust, chilli cream cheese and sliced battered jalapeno rings sound? Too good to be true? Not here.
The relaxed sense of humor on the menu is very refreshing and the Ba-rack-o-lama, or La Di Dah (with ostrich meat) are examples of this. For vegetarians they offer a delicious chick pea and lentil burger with fresh goat's cheese and avo.
This is a must-try and must-repeat experience.
Observatory Pub Meals restaurant
Grab your friends and head straight to A Touch of Madness for a tasty meal and a great bottle of wine. This unique restaurant in 'Obs' offers a blend of South African Fusion with a little madness. It caters for most tastes with falafal dinners and filled butternuts to delicious beef and venison steaks.
On Monday evenings you can listen to Off The Wall poetry readings from 8pm. Thursday nights are Irish music sessions from 9pm and every alternate Sunday night at 8pm you can hear the tunes of Blacksmith, a Bluegrass band.
Open 7 days a week from 12 noon until late (Monday to Saturday) and 5pm until late on Sunday.
City Bowl Japanese restaurant
This awesome sushi place is located in the middle of bustling Cape Town and boasts a simple, uncomplicated interior and a vibrant ambience.
The food is extremely well priced and the menu offers a wide variety of favourite sushi options. Daily and weekly specials are offered and make this the ideal spot for those watching their pockets.
Enjoy delectable California rolls, sashimi, maki, nigiri, fashion sandwiches and the less common inari, gorgeous fillings wrapped in sweet tofu. Beautiful, delicate salmon and tuna roses are, of course, also available.
The balcony is covered with a bedouin tent so you can enjoy your favourite Japanese cuisine in any weather. Be sure to watch out for the regular 'all you can eat' specials - a rare indulgence that has to be tried.
City Centre Ethiopian restaurant
Traditional Ethiopian dishes are the order of the day at Addis in Cape.
Brilliant service enhances the experience with staff that will gladly explain the menu and guide your selection if required. The decor is as authentic as the food with traditional Ethiopian furnishings and colour palettes.
A must-try experience, Addis in Cape is a culinary trip through Ethiopia you won’t soon forget!
Century City Japanese restaurant
If it’s authentic, tasty Japanese and Chinese meals you want, look no further. Akiya Sushi delivers beautifully presented, and more importantly, beautifully tasting food with distinct Eastern flavours.
Akiya Sushi is situated in the Canal Walk Shopping Centre in the bustling Century City. The restaurant is a feast for the eyes with an elegant, simple, yet bold design and layout. The staff are exceptionally friendly, well trained and helpful and everything is done to ensure a really great dining experience.
Just when you think it can’t get any better, you receive your meal. The restaurant serves delectable sushi, sashimi, California rolls, maki, and loads more, all beautifully presented. The traditional Chinese cuisine on the menu is also definitely something to try.
Akiya Sushi is open from 9 am until 9 pm all week and is ideal for a shopping-break lunch or an early dinner.
Durbanville Pub Meals restaurant
Alberto’s is a quaint and bustling owner-run pub and restaurant in the middle of Durbanville. The restaurant has a laid-back, comfortable feel to it and here you can simple sit back and relax with your favourite pint and great food.
The restaurant has both a smoking and a non-smoking section inside and a big, outdoor smoking section in the garden. The garden also has an awesome play area for the little ones and this makes the establishment perfect for a family lunch.
The restaurant serves mainly traditional, hearty, comfort food and dishes include a range of great, succulent steaks, burgers and even the popular eisbein. Must-tries are the homemade chicken pie and the proudly South African bobotie, a Cape malay dish with mince meat, egg, raisins and curry spices.
This restaurant offers good food, a lively, bustling comfortable ambience, great service and an all-round enjoyable experience.
Big Bay Japanese restaurant
Located in Eden Bay shopping centre, Aomori Japanese Restaurant is rated by some as the best sushi in Cape Town.
The menu favours the tastes of Japan and offers grills, sushi and Asian delicacies enjoyed with pleasant views of the ocean and Table Mountain.
Relax on the beach and order some sushi from the mobile waitress, soak up the sun, sea and tranquil surrounds enjoying succulent sushi from Aomori in Big Bay, Bloubergstrand.
Cape Town Japanese restaurant
Asu-Ma is a traditional Japanese restaurant that serves a niche market in the midst of bustling Cape Town. The restaurant reflects Japanese culture by combining a peaceful interior, a great ambience and fresh flavourful dishes that speak for themselves.
All food is prepared as you watch when you order. The open kitchen and sushi bar adds to the traditional feel.
Here you can enjoy sushi that bursts with flavour and an amosphere that does the same. Ideal for socializing with a group of friends, it will be an experience to remember.
Kommetjie Pub Meals restaurant
Located along Main Road, this popular local haunt specialises in great British pub grub with a wide range of local and international beers.
The ambiance bustles with activity and the festive vibe makes it the ideal location for alfresco pub lunches while watching the game.
Live music on Saturdays and Sundays.
Cape Town Burgers restaurant
If you have ever wondered what real street food is, wonder no further. This little restaurant is located on arguably the busiest strip in Cape Town - Long Street.
Don't be fooled be the rustic (very rustic) interior. Just grab a high chair or a bench, order and await a new kind of delight. The Burger Shop, true to its name, offers mainly burgers, chips and stuff on rolls, but the portions are big and the nostalgia the street food evokes is something quite unique.
The dining process can become quite messy as it is 'illegal' to eat a burger with anything else than your hands, but this is part of the fun and colourful vibes that especially this part of Cape Town offers.
This is definitely not something to try if you prefer fine dining in a posh spot, but if you want a unique, proudly South African experience, pop in here.
Bellville Mexican restaurant
Enjoy your favourite Mexican dishes at this lively restaurant set in a popular and vibrant nightspot.
Mexican sombrero displays adorn the well appointed interior as well as a proud Mexican flag.
The food is delectable and offers everything you could want from an authentic Mexican menu. A buzzing atmosphere ensures that your Mexican experience at Cantina Tequila will be one to repeat.
Hout Bay Mexican restaurant
Delight your taste buds with wholesome hearty food in a relaxed intimate setting distinctly Mexican. The colourful lighting and authentic memorabilia blended with funky tunes transports you to the lively back streets of Mexico.
Aromatic spices dressed with vivid colours and flavours tantalise your taste buds with an abundance of margarita and tequila to put out the flames for those brave enough to sample the chilli on tap.
Seating just 22 patrons inside - this hip and happening tequila shrine offers great value for money and starter portions large enough to pass around the table.
On balmy summer days, laze around beneath the old El Dinal by the river while satisfying your palette with tacos, burritos, enchiladas and temptingly delicious frozen margaritas.
V and A Waterfront Burgers restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Situated near the Food Court in the V & A Waterfront, Dodge City Diner is one of four stores in Cape Town, and is the flagship. This 1950s American style diner is great fun for all the family. The retro decor reminds diners of days gone; with pop art on the walls and black and white checkered floors, ‘50s bubble gum pop blaring out of the juke box a visit to Dodge City Diner is a like a trip back in time.
An old fashioned burger bar, Dodge Diner only uses the best quality ingredients for all the items on the menu. All the burgers are homemade patties made from100% lean AAA grade beef and are flame grilled for that delicious barbeque flavour. There are healthier options on the menu too including salads and delicious grilled chicken sandwiches. A trip to a diner would not be complete without ordering one of the old fashioned homemade milkshakes, made with extra creamy ice cream. Dodge City Diner also has a mouth watering selection of Gelato, an ideal way to cool off on a hot summer’s day!
A perfect place to take the family for a treat, Dodge City Diner is fun, fast and great value for money.
Green Point Mexican restaurant
Dressed in vivid pink walls, plush leather booths, ambient lampshades and Mexican art, El Burro steers away from the traditional Mexican décor into a more sophisticated Mexican experience.
Located along the Green Point strip, diners enjoy a myriad of Mexican pleasures ranging from ceviche, which is made with the fish of the day and bursts of lime, coriander, chilli and pickled red onion.
Mains include a chocolate mole, the national dish of Mexico, as well as an array of soft corn tacos filled with chilli-battered line fish and braised short rib served with a spread of fresh guacamole, smoked and fresh chilli sauce, salsa and sour cream.
Dine within the mood-enhancing interior or enjoy the balmy summer sun alfresco on the balcony.
Observatory Mexican restaurant
El Fiesta is a hidden Mexican restaurant off Main Road in Observatory, Cape Town. The bright and mismatched décor with sombreros everywhere makes one imagine they might be in Mexico. The meal portions are quite big and a starter can be enough for even the hungriest eyes. The affordable food and always-tempting jugs of frozen margaritas make any group enjoy the festivities.
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