Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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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.
Camps Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Café Caprice has become a landmark destination on the famous Camps Bay stretch in Cape Town. Café Caprice is loved for its delicious food, from early morning eggs Benedict to legendary homemade burgers, cheese nachos and fresh summer salads, to unique cocktails and breathtaking sunsets.
Café Caprice is a way of life to its patrons and friends, capturing the imaginations of many with its signature events, from glamorous horse racing days, cutting-edge beach fashion shows and exclusive villa parties.
Come experience our 2-for-1 Burger Special; it runs from 1 May 2012 until the end of winter 2012; Moday to Thursday, from 12 pm to 10 pm.
The average main course is R80 and corkage is charged at R50.
A must visit for both locals and foreigners, every day of the year.
Plattekloof Coffee Shop restaurant
From authentic wood-fired pizzas, steaks and even pasta and seafood, diners enjoy the no frills dining complimented by friendly service and excellent prices.
Located in the Plattekloof Centre, Cafe Chameleon boasts authentic wood-fired oven thin-based pizzas that are both hearty and tasty, and even caters for quick coffees or sweet indulgences.
Goodwood Coffee Shop restaurant
Cafe Fino is a modern, vibey coffee shop and restaurant that offers a wide variety of fusion food dishes. This upmarket establishment uses fresh ingredients to maximize flavours and quality.
Breakfast include the traditional options as well as variations like eggs benedict and the all-time favourite, steak, egg and chips. Healthier options are also on offer and include muesli, yogurt, fruit salad and avo on rye.
Apart from sandwiches, wraps and salads, Cafe Fino also has a range pastas and exciting dishes like the beef trinchado pot pie, Thai fish cakes and rump steak for the really ravenous.
Cafe Fino offers something for everyone and promises a satisfying experience that is affordable as well.
City Bowl Coffee Shop restaurant
Carmellos is a typical European-style corner coffee shop in the lovely Mother City. This restaurant doubles as a bakery and at any time you will experience intoxicating smells wafting though the surrounding streets.
The menu is simple, but extensive and the cuisine hearty and comforting. Try a packed omelette for breakfast and couple it with a steaming cup-a-joe. Here you can also enjoy a traditional English, German and even a Saganaki breakfast that consists of two eggs, succulent bacon, cheese grillers, halloumi cheese, saganaki sauce and grilled tomato.
The rest of the menu offers everything from awesome toasted sarmies, interesting pastas, a variety of wraps and even French crepes to hake and chips, waffles and cocktails.
Whatever you are in the mood for, you are sure to leave satisfied.
District Six Coffee Shop restaurant
Enjoy mouthwatering breakfasts made with the freshest ingredients and pair it with a cup of smouldering aromatic coffee. Lunch is also a treat with dishes like smoked salmon and spinach roulade, Thai green curry phyllo parcels and roasted vegetable frittata. An unusual dish is the Vietnamese rice noodle salad, so be sure to try something new. The restaurant is open for dinner on certain Friday evenings and the menu changes on a weekly basis to ensure that only the freshest quality produce is used.
Observatory Coffee Shop restaurant
Cocoa Cha Chi is one branch of the Cocoa group, of which there is only four to maintain top quality and exclusivity. This Observatory coffee shop restaurant has a fantastic courtyard, ideal for spring and summer days. In winter, guests relax in the shop and watch the wind, rain and cold from the warm interior.
The menu covers meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is a wide choice available for drinks. The extensive breakfast menu has an option for anybody’s taste with plates of your basic eggs and bacon, toast with delicious toppings, French toast and croissants, to the hunger-buster Cha Chi Eggs with chorizo, tomato, cheddar with a toasted baguette – vegetarian versions are also available.
The light meals offered are perfect for a break from the office or a lazy afternoon with friends. Choose from toasted sandwiches, salads, wraps, burgers and tremezzinis to pitas and pastas. Then there is always the option to dig into a crisp and topping-filled pizza by yourself or with a friend.
The drinks menu is vast but the iced fruit crushes, smoothies and chillers are delicious and well known for their refreshing tastes. The coffee options are not something to be missed either.
Look out for the value-for-money specials like R25 breakfasts, cheap pizza and pasta days and draught beer Saturdays. Cocoa Cha Chi is open on Mondays to Saturdays, from 7 am to 11 pm, and on Sundays from 8 am to 8 pm.
Kommetjie Coffee Shop restaurant
Upon arrival, the cool interior dressed in surfboards, lazy loungers, round tables and a feeling of a beachside cabana extends out to a well planned outside setting scattered with long tables and shady umbrellas.
Guests can choose to sit in the cool interior, either lounging on the comfy wickers sofas, or at the small tables. Summer invites sunshine and cool sea breezes enjoyed on the outside deck shaded by umbrellas.
Private functions or smaller parties wanting privacy can enjoy lunch in the beachside cabanas looking out onto the deck.
Kids are well entertained with a larger than life pirate ship docked on beach sand, cleverly designed to incorporate a lower deck filled with beach sand, shaded by the sun with nooks and crannies, and a large treasure chest.
Upstairs kids can set sail with their imaginations, steering and plotting seafaring adventures while parents indulge in light meals and conversation.
Decks Café serves coffees, drinks, shakes and various light meals from salads, toasties to burgers and sweet treats throughout the day.
Hout Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Gabriella's in Hout Bay offers a beautiful environment, great service , good food and a place where the whole family can enjoy awesome fusion-inspired cuisine.
The extensive menu offers food that hints at the traditional, yet incorporates a modern twist. Great flavours combine beautifully, mainly due to the fresh produce being used and the passion of the chef who's got a keen eye (and palate) for detail. A favourite on the menu is the delectable, tender calamari, but it is strongly recommended that you try the lamb shank.
The restaurant is child friendly as well as wheelchair friendly. Gabriella's is also fully licensed. The restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday from 8 am until 5 pm, but on Thursday and Friday they stay open until 10 pm.
Enjoy great food, warm service, and a wonderful ambience in this gem in the Republic of Hout Bay.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
This quaint yet modern coffee kiosk is situated in the bustling and vibrant Canal Walk Shopping Centre, and is the ideal grab-and-go place for serious shoppers on the move.
Only the best quality coffee beans are used here and the aroma wafting out of this little outlet is simply enticing.
Try your taste buds at the delicious, creamy hot chocolate, a variety of flavoursome teas and of course, the variety of awesome coffees on offer. Why not couple your coffee break with a delicious muffin or a sweet pastry and find out why quality always trumps quantity.
The prices are very reasonable and this little gem very convenient.
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.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Sinful, as the name suggests, is the word that comes to mind. This beautifully presented little coffee shop reminds of everything indulgent.
The delectable coffees, imported all the way from Ethiopia, are definitely the focus point and highlight. The Scuro Blend from Illy is served and is a dark roast with hints of caramel - a must-try.
For the peckish, Love, Revenge, Cappucino serves freshly made pancakes, mouthwatering sandwiches and a huge selection of wicked cakes and cupcakes.
Be sure to try the selection of gelato, preferably in a divine sugar cone.
Love, Revenge, Cappucino - the name says it all.
V and A Waterfront Coffee Shop restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Melissa’s The Food Store in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is owned by Mark and Melissa van Hoogstraten. They have taken their love of food and fine things and translated into Cape Town’s best known deli.
Visitors can feast on range of deliciously prepared meals, snacks and tasty treats. The Melissa’s range is made up homemade delectables prepared with the best ingredients and lots of love. All the food is freshly prepared with the intention that good food should be made using only the best ingredients.
The ethos at Melissa’s is great food made with highest quality ingredients: the value of quality food produced in a traditional, old-fashioned way using locally sourced, seasonal, all natural local ingredients.
Melissa’s at the Waterfront serves breakfast, lunch and light suppers, as well as a buffet from which patrons can choose a range of freshly made quiches, pies and assorted salads. Breakfast delights include fresh baked croissants with homemade jams and preserves, eggs Benedict and a traditional English breakfast, as well as healthier options including homemade muesli, yoghurt and fresh seasonal fruit.
For lunch or dinner, diners can feast on deliciously prepared fresh sandwiches, homemade chicken and leak pie, sweet potato wedges with garlic aioli, Asian seared beef carpaccio and a range of yummy home cooked pastas and fresh salads.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Mugg & Bean prides itself on being an 'office away from the office' with a homely feel and extremely generous portions.
The big breakfasts ensure a great start to any day and items range from traditional egg and bacon breakfasts to filled croissants and scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and cream cheese on a bed of rocket. Try the refreshing and original 'morning mugs' with layers of yogurt and honey and nuts or strawberry and blueberry compote.
For lunch or dinner, or just an in-between meal, diners can enjoy wraps, great café sandwiches and a variety of salads. The gourmet burgers will definitely satisfy the appetite. Be sure to try the deluxe double chicken burger with bacon, brie and cranberry sauce or the more traditional dagwood with a layered burger patty, back bacon, egg, hickory ham and cheddar cheese.
Other favourites on the menu include lamb chops grilled to perfection and hearty lasagne.
End your meal with a velvety Belgian waffle or a large slice of their famous chocolate cake.
This restaurant serves their famous bottomless coffee all day long, so grab your cup and keep refilling with the delicious house blend or a more intense Mocca Java.
V and A Waterfront Coffee Shop restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Myatt Café & Chocolatier is elegant and opulent; the decor is more like a designer haute couture showroom. Crockery from Villeroy and Boch, designer Vitra chairs and Eileen Grey tables all contribute a quintessentially chic experience. Fashioned on a French salon, a leading trend setter, this cafe offers patrons the utmost in style and sophistication, and a gourmet menu of delicious sweet treats and light meals.
Breakfast ranges from croissant baskets with either homemade jams or hams and cheeses to fruit and muesli. There is also the Myatt Breakfast Treat, which consists of mini croissants filled with emmenthaler cheese, scone with clotted cream & preserve, selection of finger sandwiches, fresh fruit salad & macaroons, fresh orange or grapefruit juice, Myatt special blend of tea or coffee. Lighte meals include a delicious range of filled sweet and savoury croissants, gourmet sandwiches and salads, as well as a mouth watering range of freshly baked tarts. The High Tea, masterfully prepared by a renowned confectionary chef includes pastries, cakes, mini croissants and finger sandwiches freshly made to order.
There is an out-of-this-world range of sweet treats to choose from, and a fabulous range of speciality teas and coffees.
All the delicacies are available at the retail counter, along with a delectable delight of imported Belgian chocolates.
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