Cape Town Caribbean Dinner Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Hout Bay German restaurant
Having spent their entire working lives in the food and hospitality industry - both locally and internationally - new owners, Kurt and Petra Schramm, have all the right qualifications to firmly place Alpenstube on the destination restaurant map in the picturesque surrounds of Hout Bay. Much needed improvements include a new front patio, a revamped outside bar and beer garden, and a fireplace for the cold winters.
Alpenstube offers a very versatile indoor-outdoor dining experience where you can relax and savour an imported German draught beer in the garden, have coffee and homemade pastries on the front patio, and enjoy a leisurely lunch or intimate dinner in the cosy interior. Aside from its large following of locals who carry them through the winter months, Alpenstube is fortunate to have many overseas visitors – German, Dutch and English - who, like the swallows, return year after year to their favourite Hout Bay haunt.
Now open at lunch time, the well-priced menu features traditional specialties such as Geschnetzeltes, thinly sliced port fillet in a creamy mushroom sauce, alongside light meals such as the Chef’s Burger, seasonal salads and a couple of soups. Master Chef Kurt has thoughtfully included several menu items specifically for children so that Alpenstube can be enjoyed by the whole family.
The signature dish must surely be the traditional Eisbein, but please call in advance to check availability. Other dinner recommendations are the grilled Fillet Steak, as well as Schnitzels to suit all tastes – pork, veal and chicken. You will also find fresh fish on the menu when available from the harbor. The pastries, desserts and cakes are all homemade, so why not indulge in whatever takes your fancy.
Kenilworth Caribbean restaurant
Relax in true Caribbean style, sipping Pina Coladas while savouring delectable starters of Coco Loco Hoppin' Jons (Jalapeno chillies stuffed with feta, crumbed and deep-fried) enjoying the laid back vibe tropical atmosphere.
With a large garden and cosy restaurant, Banana Jam Café serves authentic Caribbean tastes lit by a roaring fire and enchanting night-lights while dining outside. With Jamican BBQ’s in the summer and a buzzing atmosphere, patrons can enjoy fast service with friendly attentive staff.
Rated by locals as the best Banana Jam burgers in town with the largest rum collection in the country; Banana Jam Café is your suburban island escape to the breezy shores of the Caribbean.
Green Point German restaurant
Proving a roaring success in Germany, with over 50 branches scattered throughout Germany, Café Extrablatt intends to conquer Cape Town.
Serving coffee, beer and delicious breakfasts, buffets and classic dishes, diners can soak up some traditional German delights and experience what the Germans all rage about.
Visit Café Extrablatt and experience for yourself this little slice of Germany on Main Road in Green Point.
V and A Waterfront Belgian restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Set in a stunning position on the Waterfront with a spectacular backdrop of Table Mountain, this acclaimed restaurant is a real must-try spot.
Delicious cuisine that changes with the seasons is on offer, with the freshest ingredients to ensure the most flavoursome creations.
With a winelist that picked up the 2006 Gold Diners Club International Winelist of the Year Award and superb and exclusive Belgian beers, the perfect accompaniment to your meal is just waiting to be chosen. Diners can sit out on the terrace under umbrellas in warm weather or inside in the crisply-designed interior.
A warm and welcoming ambience with service to match makes for an all-round superb dining experience at Den Anker.
Woodstock Caribbean restaurant
The tropical ambiance compliments the good food and summery cocktails.
Upstairs the balcony welcomes with sweeping harbour views, balmy sunshine and invites relaxation.
Downstairs the bar and restaurant exudes a warm and cosy setting, enjoyed alongside the roaring winter fire.
Expect delicious home-style island cooking, served by friendly and attentive staff.
The chicken is free-range and they even cater for healthy appetites with carrot and ginger soup, homemade walnut veggie burgers and gluten-free butternut ravioli.
Caribbean specialties include Jamaican jerk chicken, curried Goat, Jamaican patties, pineapple BBQ ribs and chicken and chorizo jambalaya.
Vegetarians are taken care of with Montego Bay mushrooms, Roast Veg Pasta salad or Trinidad Roti to mention a few.
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