Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Observatory Pub Meals restaurant
Grab your friends and head straight to A Touch of Madness for a tasty meal and a great bottle of wine. This unique restaurant in 'Obs' offers a blend of South African Fusion with a little madness. It caters for most tastes with falafal dinners and filled butternuts to delicious beef and venison steaks.
On Monday evenings you can listen to Off The Wall poetry readings from 8pm. Thursday nights are Irish music sessions from 9pm and every alternate Sunday night at 8pm you can hear the tunes of Blacksmith, a Bluegrass band.
Open 7 days a week from 12 noon until late (Monday to Saturday) and 5pm until late on Sunday.
Rondebosch Mediterranean restaurant
A bustling and lively spot, Adesso is quickly becoming the only place to be in the Southern suburbs.
Serving superb Italian cuisine in a friendly and vibrant environment, it is no wonder that Adesso is amassing a large loyal following. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, diners can enjoy the finest coffee and a mouth-watering cake selection.
A superb venue for parties and events, Adesso is a versatile and exciting restaurant.
Cape Town Mediterranean restaurant
For a brilliant breakfast, a light lunch or a sumptuous supper, Al Nafoora always provides the best options.This Mediterranean restaurant proffers a wide variety of breakfast options to help you start the day properly. For lunch and dinner there is a superb a la carte menu with a great selection of dishes including fresh fish and delicious mezze.The atmosphere is relaxed and laid back but still upmarket, making your dining experience at Al Nafoora a special but affordable event.Experience wonderful food and warm Cape hospitality at Al Nafoora.
Durbanville Pub Meals restaurant
Alberto’s is a quaint and bustling owner-run pub and restaurant in the middle of Durbanville. The restaurant has a laid-back, comfortable feel to it and here you can simple sit back and relax with your favourite pint and great food.
The restaurant has both a smoking and a non-smoking section inside and a big, outdoor smoking section in the garden. The garden also has an awesome play area for the little ones and this makes the establishment perfect for a family lunch.
The restaurant serves mainly traditional, hearty, comfort food and dishes include a range of great, succulent steaks, burgers and even the popular eisbein. Must-tries are the homemade chicken pie and the proudly South African bobotie, a Cape malay dish with mince meat, egg, raisins and curry spices.
This restaurant offers good food, a lively, bustling comfortable ambience, great service and an all-round enjoyable experience.
Big Bay Mediterranean restaurant
A hidden gem in Big Bay, Alexia’s restaurant is a Greek influenced Mediterranean restaurant that offers a variety of deliciously authentic meals. With views across Table Bay towards Table Mountain and the Cape Town, Alexia’s is the perfect place to sit back, sip on a cool glass of vino and take in the amazing views of the Mother City while delighting in delicious food.
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.
Green Point Mediterranean restaurant
Flanked by a 20 liter salt water fish tank, Aqua sets the mood with pleasant alfresco dining serving old favourites like calamari and haloumi to popular Mediterranean platters brimming with dolmades, pita, haloumi, meatballs and many more.
Share a platter sample a mixture of calamari, line fish, mussels with a creamy sauce and lemon grilled prawns
For the meat lovers, try the sizzling the Lamb Cutlets served with pita bread, tzatziki, fries and salad rounding of your Greek experience with a traditional dessert Ekmek - baked phyllo pastry topped with custard and finished with a sweetened cream, roasted almonds and a cherry.
City Bowl Mediterranean restaurant
Nostalgic photos adorn the walls, rustic kitchen equipment dangle from chandeliers and colourful meals are best eaten with mismatched Victorian cutlery in this cute, kitch and cosy eatery in Loop
The menu focuses on wholesome meals, handwritten on a collection of blackboards.
Flavours of the Middle East infused with a touch of Boerekos add a distinct flare to dining while traditional servings of lamb shawarma hit the spot. Round off the meal with a selection of rocky road brownies, cupcakes galore and lemon meringue.
Cool the palate with a Frankie cinnamon cola or warming Arabic coffee infused with cardomon and cloves after indulging the menu.
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.
Camps Bay Mediterranean restaurant
An iconic venue in fashionable Camps Bay, Blues restaurant and bar has solidified world-class status and with good reason.
The layout encourages patrons to relax, with an open-plan lounge and bar and sophisticated decor.
A great place to unwind as you watch the waves crash against a white sandy beach while sipping a cocktail or enjoying a delicious meal.
Kommetjie Pub Meals restaurant
Located along Main Road, this popular local haunt specialises in great British pub grub with a wide range of local and international beers.
The ambiance bustles with activity and the festive vibe makes it the ideal location for alfresco pub lunches while watching the game.
Live music on Saturdays and Sundays.
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.
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.
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!
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