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.
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.
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.
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.
Parow Mediterranean restaurant
Located in the Northern Suburbs, Encore accommodates 80 people seated and 150 cocktail including a dance floor.
The up market and trendy atmosphere enjoys good food and excellent service with views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
The menu covers Mediterranean and South African cuisine and caters for a wide variety of functions starting with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
V and A Waterfront Pub Meals restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Ferrymans Tavern, in Cape Town, was the first establishment to open in the V & A Waterfront in 1989. It is a traditional, old fashioned pub with a generous wooden bar counter, brick paved floors, Oregon pine beams and a huge fire place, which during the winter is the perfect place to enjoy a one of the local beers or a great glass of wine. The wonderful homely atmosphere is further enhanced by the old photos, prints and drinking memorabilia that scatters the walls.
With a wide range of local and international beers, as well as Ferrymans Ale, which is made exclusively for the Tavern, it is a great watering hole for locals and foreigners alike. There is a great pub menu for the downstairs Tavern with favourites like fish and chips, chicken pie and curry and rice, and daily specials that feature traditional South African fare and seafood. In the Upstairs restaurants patrons can feast on the weekday buffet for lunch, as well as an a la carte menu with wine pairing for both lunch and dinner.
There is an outside beer garden for those wonderful hot sunny Cape Town days where patrons can sit back and take in the fabulous views while sipping on an ice cold beer. With play area for the kids Ferrymans Tavern is an ideal place for the whole family.
Cape Town Pub Meals restaurant
Reputed as one of the oldest pubs around, Fireman’s Arms is the place to hangout during big sporting events.
A bustling vibe and familier faces makes this place a haven for locals and boasts a fireman’s pole which tempts over indulged drinkers to climb to the top and sign the ceiling.
The menu offers the usual suspects like bangers ’n’ mash and fish ’n’ chips and some surprising hearty meals such as slow-cooked fare pork neck or oxtail and thin-based pizzas.
Located on the corner of Buitengracht Street, Fireman’s Arms proffers hearty pub grub, beer on tap and bustling sports ambiance.
Newlands Pub Meals restaurant
Forresters Arms is situated in the beautiful leafy suburb, Newlands, and is known by the locals as Forries. The popularity of this place is a phenomenon that is easily understood when you experience the vibe, ambience and food.
Simple dishes are offered, but where the food lacks in imagination, it makes up for in portion size and quality. Deliciousness is what you can expect. In summer you can enjoy sitting in the awesome beer garden while the kids make full use of the play area.
Forries is usually packed when sports are showing and the atmospere is bustling. The menu is fairly large and the dishes very well priced. Enjoy burgers, chips, pies and even a Sunday carvery.
Green Point Mediterranean restaurant
Set in a beautiful converted house in Green Point, the décor warms the senses with wooden floors and minimalist décor complimented by a wrap around porch perfect for alfresco luncheons.
Enjoy daily specials or feast off the menu on delights such as beautifully light pasta parcels filled with artichokes and ricotta. Or try the ragout-shredded tender beef that soaked into fresh pasta or the saltimbocca-flattened veal covered in Parma ham.
The wine list is expensive with some fine Italian blends on offer, a perfect accompaniment to Italian dining.
Cape Town Pub Meals restaurant
JC Brasserie and Pub is located at the Best Western Cape Suites Hotel and boasts home-style cooking and vegetarians options.
The menu serves tasty breakfasts and lunches, with Thursday burger specials and assorted hearty meals and light finger food the rest of the week.
JC Brasserie and Pub is a warm and welcoming place with hearty home-style cooking set beneath the sparkling lights of City Bowl.
City Bowl Pub Meals restaurant
This popular, typically Irish pub is located on the bustling Long Street strip in Cape Town. The vibrant, bustling, friendly atmosphere ensures a good time, every time. Here you can enjoy Guinness and Pilsner on tap, as they should be, as well as your favourite sport on the flat-screen TVs. THis vibey spot usually has live music every night of the week. The menu is simple with hearty dishes that brings a little piece of Ireland to the Cape. Traditional potato and leek soup with homemade Irish soda bread, crispy pork served on a bed of stir-fried veg and egg noodles with a sweet chilli sauce and Guinness battered fried calamari strips with salad, chips and tartare sauce are just some of the dishes you can enjoy.
Clifton Mediterranean restaurant
La Med is on a 'beauty nap' until September.The venue offers the most stunning panoramic sea and mountain views with ‘out of this world’ sunsets. In summer, whilst soaking up the sun, relax on the deckwith a cocktail. La Med is also famous for its electric atmosphere during livesporting events shown on their big screen.Once the sun goes down the fun begins, with local DJ's mixing it up on the decks and barmen mixing it up with the cocktails. And don't miss the Goldfish Submerged Sundays!
Gardens Mediterranean restaurant
Capetonians and visitors have enjoyed Restaurant Paradiso’s hospitality since 1992. French Restaurateurs, Marie Dischinger and Pierre Deloge took it over in January 2008. Their passion, dedication and fresh ideas will ensure Paradiso remains a firm favourite in the hearts and minds of locals and visitors from afar.Le Restau Paradiso is located in upper Kloof Street, Gardens with a magnificent view of the mountain and City Centre. Lunch or dinner in the garden or on the balcony will be an occasion to remember.Relax, enjoy a glass of wine and a delicious meal. The warm Mediterranean decor and friendly staff will bring you back time and time again.Expect traditional French and South African specialities on our menu. We are famous for our Pan fried beef fillet, Lamb shank, Ostrich bobotie and Warm lamb salad. Vegetable Tian, Beef Bourguignon, Quiche Lorraine and Seafood Armoricaine are new. The Menu changes regularly to ensure that mainly seasonal and local ingredients are used, seafood is fresh and to “amuser vos papilles” (to keep your taste buds intrigued).
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