Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Gardens French restaurant
Café Chic boasts a classic French bistro taste and a menu that flirts with the palate and cool and un-usual ways.
Try the squid-ink tagliatelle served with swordfish, or the dreamy Grand Marnier soufflé for dessert complimented by a small local wine list and grand highly priced French version.
Extensive cocktails and cognacs cater variety as do they various rooms that slip off the main annex of the house.
Begin the night perusing the menu in one of two elegant restaurants or the heavenly patisserie, then wet the palate in the grand Moroccan chill out tent furnished in velvet drapes and soft lounging cushions.
Café Chic is open for breakfast and lunch and light meals such as tapas and drinks in the evening.
Rondebosch French restaurant
A place for gentle conversation, indulgence and relaxation, this hidden gem in Rondebosch delivers uncompromising food.
Small and intimate dining spaces lean toward cosy comfort with walls dressed in curios art collections and a relaxed ambiance.
Utterly superb cuisine with excellent wine list compliments dishes such as the Chateaubriand or tempting duck.
Starters remain elegant and simple such as asparagus or pan-fried mushroom with rich, delicate, and dominated by chocolate deserts.
Claremont French restaurant
This hidden gem welcomes you with flickering candlelights and polished marble floors dressed in earthy African art. Pure understated elegance in a romantic venue that oozes class and passion for upscale country cuisine.
Tranquil surroundings provide the perfect setting for alfresco dining on the terrace. The exciting and sumptuous Ala-Carte menu serves exquisite country cuisine and extensive wine list.
Menu change daily according to availability of locally sourced ingredients. Dine at Andros Hotel for gourmet breakfasts, lunches and delicious dinners and experience warm ambience with upscale surroundings for truly exquisite country cuisine.
Kalk Bay French restaurant
‘Excuse my French’ is a French Creperie in a rustic setting at the seaside in Kalk Bay. With a variety of fillings, from English breakfast through to sweet delights, such as Nutella and cream, dining at ‘Excuse my French’ is a wonderful experience.
The creperie is located behind the well-known junk shop, The Railway House, in Kalk Bay. With fresh sea air coming off the waves that are crashing only a few metres away, the venue is every bit as delightful as the menu. Enjoy your crepe with a speciality coffee and watch the changing moods of the ocean from your rustic seat. If you’re fond of the table and chairs, you’re welcome to buy them, as everything has a price tag.
If you’re looking for a quick breakfast or a light lunch with an unbeatable view and relaxed atmosphere, this French creperie with a difference is perfect for the whole family.
Observatory French restaurant
Gypsy Café is a delightful fit to the trendy suburb of Observatory. The heart and cosy theme is evident in their desserts made in to heart-shaped treats. The vibrant staff is attentive and the chef dutifully explains the dishes being prepared to his guests.
The menu is a fusion of French, soul food, Thai and vegetarian cuisine. Takeaways are welcomed. The wine list is simple and tasty and the ambiance sets a romantic atmosphere.
Open from Monday to Saturday, from 5 pm to 12 am.
Sea Point French restaurant
Located in the old Europa and Russel’s Carvery building, La Moutte has feathered her nest and called Regent Road her home.
Translated, La Moutte means seagull in French, and with the perfect location, squawking seagulls and fresh sea breeze, what better place to enjoy a little taste of France.
The storytelling interior paraded by old character features, fireplaces and regal dining rooms makes for an enjoyable, happy and friendly atmosphere.
The French inspired menu pampers with upper class cuisine and orgasmic deserts in a cosy and intimate setting.
De Waterkant French restaurant
This delightful French café brims with elegant baked delights and delicate tarts, and the most delicious coffees and teas, served in petite china.
The ambiance exudes café Paris, with floral and vintage décor, elegant armchairs and curvaceous furniture, enticed by delightful displays of heavenly bakes, tarts and ‘to die for’ carrot and apple cake.
Marvel and soak up the setting over a languid breakfast or grab a paper and indulge in some delicious coffee. Mid and lazy afternoon teas fit the occasion here, spoilt for choice and brimming with indulgence.
La Petite Tarte is a charming slice of Paris, surrounded by the trendy lifestyle shopping centre in the heart of Green Point.
Sea Point French restaurant
This beautiful, elegant fine dining restaurant is situated in the Le Vendome Hotel. Fine dining fit for royalty can be found here and culinary cuisine that is gourmet all the way flies out the kitchen. Rive Gauche's menu is a feast for the eyes and palate, and the extensive wine list offers something for all tastes. The tasteful interior offers a tranquil retreat in which to enjoy the experience - and an experience it is. The restaurant can seat only 45 guests and this ensures an intimate, romantic experience.
Cape Town French restaurant
The Court, aptly named The Real French Delicatessen, is located in the bustling Sea Point and offers a welcome respite from daily activities. Wicked and decadent treats can be found here and the food is all homemade with the freshest ingredients available. Delicious starters, mouthwatering mains and great desserts are all made from scratch and the French fine dining detail shows up on every plate. This trendy, stylish deli offers real French cuisine at affordable prices. Pop in for breakfast or lunch from Mondays to Fridays between 9 am and 5:30 pm.
Camps Bay French restaurant
This historic restaurant celebrates a rich and intriguing past.
Situated on the slopes of Lion’s Head with spectacular views of Camps Bay and the 12 Apostles Mountain range, this 300 year-old former guard house and hunting lodge of Lord Charles Somerset needs to be seen to be believed.
A fascinating history, commitment to the finest service, a mouth-watering menu and an invitingly warm ambience, The Roundhouse must be given some quality time.
Average cost for a four course meal is R450 per person.
Dinner: Tues – Sun (18:00 – 21:00)
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