Hout Bay Fine Dining restaurant
Kitima is a relatively new addition to Hout Bay cuisine, but has been a huge success from the day it opened. Located in the historic Kronendal premises, the restaurant has been designed with its Thai / Asian theme in mind, but managed to keep the original aesthetic of the building intact. The menu is amazing (you shouldn't miss the dim sum), the cocktail list very impressive and service and attention to detail are of a high standard.
There is a great lounge where you may drink cocktails or arrival, or linger a while and order from the starter menu, and the recently opened Raya lounge caters for smart events.On Sunday afternoons a very reasonable buffet is offered.This is an upmarket establishment and prices are in line with that, but well worth it. It's very popular, so book at least a week in advance.
V and A Waterfront Fine Dining restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Sevruga has become one of Cape Town’s most renowned restaurants. Famous for its sophistication and elegance, the ethos behind Sevrugs is to offer patrons the best possible raw ingredients combined with awesome professional and creative suppliers, as well as craftsmen, to create a truly amazing experience.
With over 200 of the finest South African wines to choose from and a sophisticated menu, patrons are spoilt for choice. On offer is the finest caviar and oysters, as well as the freshest fare from the sea; all meals are expertly prepared by some of Cape Town’s finest chefs, and the sushi bar is overseen by Alan Huang, considered to be the best in his field.
Diners can choose from elaborately prepared meals to sushi, from meat dishes to seafood, as well as being able to opt for lighter meals, salads and a range of freshly prepared sushi. The chef’s specialities include Kingklip and Langoustine with tarragon butter, pomme neuf and a lemon beurre blanc sauce and the Wharf Fillet, which consists of fillet and a crayfish tail with a garlic and lemon velouté.
The flavours are strong, but the ingredients are simple and perfectly matched. Sevruga is fast becoming the word in fine dining at the V & A Waterfront.
Green Point Grills restaurant
Located at the bustling V&A Waterfront, set over three floors, with each room capturing a unique mood and tempo, Trinity is a breathtaking venue that must be seen.
With choice of three dining options and various cocktail, shooter and private bars, upon arrival Trinity Cafe welcomes with a pipe organ that ascends through three levels, making focal conversation while ordering light lunches, burgers and New York style thin crust pizzas.
On the second level, Trinity Grill pampers with sumptuous seafood, specialty steaks and heavenly deserts using the finest ingredients and local produce. The décor follows through with steal fronted marble countertops, warm Oregon pine flooring and striking patchwork bench stitched together in palates of pink and mauve.
Sip a colourful cocktail before ordering a meal or make your dining experience extra unique dining on the private dining cube area.
Finally, the third level envelops the senses with a truly Asian menu and intimate surrounds and a members only Salon Prive’. Light and dramatic, the large airport style windows offer direct views of the function room and grill café.
The menu proffers sushi, combos and platters, making it ideal for festive social gatherings that can be explored over three levels and enjoyed with utter decadence. Expect variety and decadent opulence for a totally unique dining experience.
Tyger Valley Waterfront Fine Dining restaurant
Tyger Valley Waterfront
Formerly the owners of Perusia, which had a long running success in the Northern suburbs, Adriano and Roberto Pietrella have taken their extensive food and service knowledge and combined it with their rich and colourful Italian roots to create the ultimate dining experience.
Situated in the trendy up-and-coming Tyger Waterfont, Zibaldone offers a menu which strikes the perfect balance between traditional, wholesome and often rustic Italian fare with a contemporary yet approachable slant.
The owners express typical family dedication by being in tune with what their loyal patrons have come to expect over the years - delicious and uncomplicated food set against a soothing yet sophisticated atmosphere. The menu lends itself to pastas, fish, veal, steaks, poultry and seasonal specials, not to mention the delectable, visually pleasing desserts. Old favourites include the Veal Saltimbocca, Ossobuco and Spaghetti Gamberi as well as new gems which are fast becoming staples such as the Tagliata and the hearty Lamb Shank Tortelloni and many more you would be enticed to discover.
Restaurants near Cape Town
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
City Bowl Indian restaurant
City Bowl(0.2 km from Cape Town)
Fine dining and amazing Indian cuisine meet at this beautiful upmarket restaurant in Cape Town. Treat yourself to a luxurious night out and experience the elegant, yet opulent interior, great service and delicious food.
The menu offers traditional starters like spiced lamb kebabs with yogurt and mint, chargrilled Karoo lamb chops and an assorted kebab platter, while more exotic choices include tandoori salmon and green mango flavoured line fish. Must-tries for mains are the lamb shanks in saffron curry and the slow-cooked, pot-roasted Karoo lamb with dried spices.
Vegetarians are definitely not forgotten and for every dish that contains meat, there is one that doesn't. Try cottage cheese dumplings and green pea curry, or apricot and potato cakes with yogurt and sweet chutney.
The dessert menu doesn't fail to impress and offers a wide variety of options, from plain ice cream to a mouthwatering mango and yogurt cheesecake.
Enjoy an authentic, yet modern Indian experience at Bombay Brasserie.
City Centre Italian restaurant
City Centre(0.3 km from Cape Town)
A restaurant that boasts superb dishes that showcase the sumptuous but simple flavours of Italy, 96 Keerom is the place to be for a memorable taste of the Med.
An atmosphere of simple sophistication runs throughout the restaurant. The staff are friendly and tend to diners needs without being intrusive and are happy to advise on selections to suit.
A great wine selection rounds off the superb offerings for a truly satisfying Italian dining experience.
City Centre Ethiopian restaurant
City Centre(0.4 km from Cape Town)
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!
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