Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Century City Deli restaurant
Anat Apter's grandfather started a family business in 1945. In 1991, Anat started to further this business at the Bruma Flea Market and this popular food chain has now grown to over 30 stores all over South Africa.
Enjoy real Middle Eastern flavours at very reasonable prices. The ever-popular shwarma is available in beef chicken and lamb, and for the really hungry, the lamb burgers come in super sizes.
The falafel is a favourite and is filled with tahina, humus and vegetables. All meals are served with your choice of pickled gherkin, jalapeno chilli, peppers, onions, sauerkraut and fresh tomato, cucumber, cabbage and brinjals.
The food is tasty, hearty, quick and convenient, and best of all, it will suit your pocket.
Cape Town Continental restaurant
Avron is a bustling venue and caters for small to medium size functions. The restaurant can hold 100 people for dinner, birthday functions, and other special occasions. The capacity goes up to 250 for cocktail functions. The restaurant has a contemporary feel and is family friendly. A great selection of sushi is also available. Avron is open for lunch from 10 am until 3 pm and for dinner from 5 pm until 10.30 pm.
Cape Town Deli restaurant
The Mediterranean menu inspires a relaxed lunch; light breakfast or dinner accompanied by fresh ingredients and freshly baked bread.
Try options such as wraps, sandwiches, pasta and salads alongside freshly baked bread, sauces and sides prepared daily.
Newlands Continental restaurant
Located on the corner of Main Road and Dean Street in Newlands, Bon Fromage specialise in good bread, cheese and coffee.
From freshly ground homegrown coffee to freshly baked almond sacrosains, baguettes, rye and croissants, paired with irresistible combinations and a touch of South of France ambiance.
Lime washed French doors and French setting sets the mood for escapism while irresistible cheese platters and artisanal cheeses from around the world pair perfectly with the affordable and quirky wine selection.
Constantia Continental restaurant
Simply stunning views and a fabulous three to five course menu accompanied by great wines have earned Buitenverwachting Restaurant the position as one of Cape Town’s finest for many years. Relaxed and elegant, traditional and contemporary, it lives up to the meaning of its name “Beyond Expectations”.
Chef Edgar passionately invents innovative dishes to entice his patrons to an incredible and sensual dining adventure. A la carte and set menus are daily available for lunch. The menus change often and offer sophisticated fare, using only the finest produce sourced locally and internationally.
During the summer months you can indulge in a pre-booked summer picnic basket served under the trees in the beautiful gardens. So sit back and savour Edgar’s ambrosial dishes with a glass or two of the Cape’s finest. An extensive wine list comprising the very best of Buitenverwachting, the Constantia Region, the Cape Winelands, as well as selected international wines compliments the outstanding cuisine.
Opening hours Monday to Saturday from November to Easter:
Lunch is served from 12:00 – 15:00
Dinner is served from 18:30 – 22:00
Opening hours Tuesday to Saturday from Easter to October:
Lunch is served from 12:00 – 14:00
Dinner is served from 19:00 – 21:30
Credit cards: AmEx, DC, MC, V.
Cape Town Thai restaurant
Nestled in the heart of the city on the Church Street antique market in the shade of beautiful old trees, this gorgeous eclectic café evokes a sense of history and genteel English traditions – gin and tonic, high tea and rolling countrysides. Relax alfresco on the shaded sidewalk or within the historical double-storey building securing two dining experiences.
Downstairs bustles with an open-plan kitchen and quirky décor serving delicious vegetarian fare, salads, fresh breads and lunchtime buffets. Upstairs offers comfort and privacy for a quieter dining experience and an ever-changing menu.
The idyllic setting and charming ambiance make Cafe Mozart the perfect eatery in Church Street.
Monday to Friday: 7 am to 4 pm;
Saturday: 9 am to 3:30 pm.
Mouille Point Deli restaurant
The perfect place to start the day, with a hearty breakfast enjoyed at long tables.
The bustling and vibey atmosphere makes it ideal for weekend breakfasts, lunches or light meals.
The menu boasts interesting selections enjoyed with views of the sea and bay, rounded off with a good desert and aromatic coffee.
Claremont Continental restaurant
Bustling with contented chatter and aroma of freshly cooked breakfasts, Saturdays welcome lazy breakfasts and languid lunches tucked away on 41 3rd Avenue.
Fantastic mountain views, freshly baked confectionaries and nooks and crannies brimming with crockery, old signs, shelves and delicious preserves secure a mood of relaxation and indulgence.
Noted by an elite few as the serving the best Chai Lattes in town and mouthwatering breakfasts such as bacon and Brie croissants, scrambled eggs and omelets, this little Capetonian Gem is waiting to be discovered.
Kalk Bay Deli restaurant
In its cobbled street setting in a lane off Main Road, C'est la Vie has all the charm of a rustic European sidewalk cafe. With their own bakery on site and one of the top 10 best coffees in Cape Town, as mentioned in Elle Magazine, patrons can enjoy the best artisanal breads with their morning cappuccino's.
Coffee is taken very seriously at C'est la Vie as is evident by their poster inside with the motto, "You haven't had enough until you're shaking!" Offerings on the menu are sweetly presented on wooden boards, with handmade cups and ceramics. Breakfasts are simple and fresh, with expertly crafted sandwiches taking centre stage over lunch. Fillings include brie and fig preserve, salmon and cream cheese and other delicious delicatessen style delights.
Regulars at the coffee shop know to bring baskets along to their morning coffee, which they pack with brownies, cheese sticks, croissants and freshly baked bread from the bakery shelves. Experience C'est la Vie for a morning and you'll be embracing the carefree, artistic spirit of Kalk Bay.
Century City Thai restaurant
This beautiful restaurant is located at the back of the food court in Canal Walk Shopping Centre, right on the water's edge.
The restaurant serves up tasty, traditional Thai cuisine and the décor reflects the Eastern flavours. Try your hand at the fresh Namibian oysters, or the Meang Khum (spincah cones) for starters. Curry lovers will love the selection - Thai green-, Thai red-, Thai pineapple-, Thai jungle- and even litchi duck curry can be found on the menu. A variety of meats are used and you can have your choice of beef, chicken, duck and prawns. There are also a variety of vegetarian options to enjoy.
If it is authentic Thai you are craving, this is the place to go. A beautiful setting, tasty meals and extremely good prices make Chai Yo one to try.
Mowbray Thai restaurant
For superb Thai food prepared by skilful chefs in a wonderfully convivial atmosphere, try Chai-yo.Aromatic spices create delicious, flavoursome dishes like the classic Tom Yum soup and the ever popular pad Thai. Each dish comes with a warning as to just how hot they are so diners can find their perfect level.A casual, laid back feel ensures that diners are put completely at ease while enjoying the delicious offerings from the well-planned menu. The decor is simple and uncomplicated, allowing the sumptuous food to take centre-stage.With knowledgeable staff to help diners with their selections, which is particularly helpful to those who are new to Thai cusine, Chai-Yo is the place to be for a brilliant culinary trip to the land of smiles!
Gardens Deli restaurant
The Cookshop is the ideal spot for breakfast or lunch, especially when you get the chance to try their secret homemade mayo recipe.
Expect the usual favourites for breakfast enjoyed exclusively at the breakfast club meetings only. But lunch cracks the nod weekdays and can be enjoyed by all.
Think free-range roast chicken, cucumber and rocket on rye or ciabatta topped off with coriander-chili mayo. Parmesan French toast with slow-roasted tomatoes and crispy bacon and an organic flat white to round it off.
The menu tempts with gourmet sandwiches, tasty soups, salads and bakes and their utterly decadent balsamic onion marmalade.
Enjoy the mini organic market every Tuesday, a perfect accompaniment to a delicious lunch and good cup of coffee.
Observatory Deli restaurant
Crush Black River Park is believes that city folk should be served healthy and nutritious foods and drink. This café-style establishment offers fresh and organic seasonal ingredients and power-packed smoothies.
Order anything from raw, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan dishes. Freshly squeezed drinks are continuously on the go. There are also a selection of herbal teas, organic coffees, natural ciders, micro-brew beers and organic wines.
Good food for a good price for the good of your mind, body and spirit!
Cape Town Continental restaurant
This cosy restaurant bustles with activity and holds a unique feel.
The décor is warm and various celebrity photos adorn the walls contrasted by the white tablecloth setting.
The open plan kitchen invites diners into the culinary experience, where the likes of continental and local dishes grace tables in generous portions.
The lovely outside terrace makes ideal spot for frothy cappuccinos and a morning paper.
Wynberg Thai restaurant
Erawan Thai Restaurant is in Chelsea Village in Wynberg. The authentic Thai cuisine has made this restaurant a popular eatery in Cape Town with service to match. The restaurant is open from 11:30 to 22:00 every day of the week. The most popular dishes include crispy duck and pancakes, tom yum goong, massaman curry and ba me prik phao gai.
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