Cape Town Mexican Relaxed Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Gardens Tapas restaurant
In a beautiful Victorian Town house on the vibrant and trendy Kloof Street is Asoka.
The menu offers superb flavoursome tapas and promotes sharing and socialising while sampling the delicious creations with friends and family. The food served is healthy and full of wonderful flavour combinations that have diners ordering seconds and thirds.
Enjoy a truly tranquil culinary experience at Asoka.
Kenilworth Caribbean restaurant
Relax in true Caribbean style, sipping Pina Coladas while savouring delectable starters of Coco Loco Hoppin' Jons (Jalapeno chillies stuffed with feta, crumbed and deep-fried) enjoying the laid back vibe tropical atmosphere.
With a large garden and cosy restaurant, Banana Jam Café serves authentic Caribbean tastes lit by a roaring fire and enchanting night-lights while dining outside. With Jamican BBQ’s in the summer and a buzzing atmosphere, patrons can enjoy fast service with friendly attentive staff.
Rated by locals as the best Banana Jam burgers in town with the largest rum collection in the country; Banana Jam Café is your suburban island escape to the breezy shores of the Caribbean.
Gordons Bay Tapas restaurant
This happening spot in Gordons Bay is definitely the place to be whether you're young or just young at heart. Bar-bay-dos offers a simple menu that consists mainly of tapas-style foods, and the main attraction here is the sublime cocktails that are mixed to perfection.
Bar-bay-dos has live music acts two to three times a week and the variety ranges from rock to 80's to latin tunes.
The menu is small and dishes include grilled Portuguese sardines either rolled in coarse salt and grilled the traditional way or butterflied and grilled, served with spicy Portuguese chilli salsa and rice. Be sure to try the Jalapeno chilli poppers stuffed with feta and cream cheese, an ideal dish to share. Beef schnitzel, succulent espatada and butter-filled prawns are also on offer.
A variety of seafood can also be enjoyed and make a point of trying the Mississippi mud pie for dessert - it really is as indulgent as it sounds.
Cape Town Coffee Shop restaurant
Tucked away along Spin Street this New York/London establishment boasts hearty fare and ‘to die for’ buffet lunches in a down to earth and relaxed interior.
The chalked up menu boasts Origin coffees, light meals, sumptuous breakfasts, enjoyed at leisure with a newspaper or dashing in just before work.
Bellville Coffee Shop restaurant
Cafe Bellarosa boasts a relaxing and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy delectable dishes from an extensive menu.
Impeccable standards of service make for a stress-free time for diners while they feast on farm-style breakfasts, sumptuous lunches or teatime treats. All portions are generous and great value for money.
Roll-up blinds open the cafe up to make it bright and breezy in summer and a fireplace along with heaters keep patrons warm on cold winter days. There is also sheltered courtyard complete a play area to keep the kids happy.
A perfect venue for whatever you fancy, Cafe Bellarosa is a must-try.
Camps Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Café Caprice has become a landmark destination on the famous Camps Bay stretch in Cape Town. Café Caprice is loved for its delicious food, from early morning eggs Benedict to legendary homemade burgers, cheese nachos and fresh summer salads, to unique cocktails and breathtaking sunsets.
Café Caprice is a way of life to its patrons and friends, capturing the imaginations of many with its signature events, from glamorous horse racing days, cutting-edge beach fashion shows and exclusive villa parties.
Come experience our 2-for-1 Burger Special; it runs from 1 May 2012 until the end of winter 2012; Moday to Thursday, from 12 pm to 10 pm.
The average main course is R80 and corkage is charged at R50.
A must visit for both locals and foreigners, every day of the year.
Plattekloof Coffee Shop restaurant
From authentic wood-fired pizzas, steaks and even pasta and seafood, diners enjoy the no frills dining complimented by friendly service and excellent prices.
Located in the Plattekloof Centre, Cafe Chameleon boasts authentic wood-fired oven thin-based pizzas that are both hearty and tasty, and even caters for quick coffees or sweet indulgences.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
This beautiful little coffee shop and bistro serves up a wide variety of dishes in a bustling atmosphere. Café Magnifico combines the traditional with original, and does this at very reasonable prices.
The menu is extensive and offers all-day breakfast and amazing lunches. Breakfast options include the traditional English-style breakfast, parma ham and eggs on an English muffin and even exotic flavours like the smoked norwegian salmon or tuna carpaccio with eggs.
Lunch consists of gourmet sandwiches, wraps and salads, pastas, burgers and even mezze platters and the ingredients and fillings are far from boring. Try the Cajun chicken, pepperdew, and sweet chilli mayo toastie or the Asian beef noodle wrap with rump steak strips, rice noodles in a plum sauce, crispy salad and fresh coriander.
For the sweet tooth there is a variety of waffles and pancakes with different toppings and fillings. Enjoy a relaxed breakfast or lunch at this quaint café.
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.
Bloubergstrand Coffee Shop restaurant
Located in the Seaside Village in Bloubergstrand in Cape Town, Caffe Rossini is the perfect place to take a break. The aromas of freshly brewing coffee waft through the centre, calling shoppers in for a quick 'pick me up' and a light snack. Friendly service and fresh fabulous food are what makes Caffe Rossini such a popular place to pop in and regather and refresh.
The Caffé Rossini concept is based on the contemporary lifestyle of a 19th century Italian gentleman, Gioachino Rossini. A tenor and composer of operas, Rossini's love of music was surpassed only by his love for good coffee and good food. The Caffé Rossini philosophy mirrors the composer's classical talent and quest for excellence.
Caffé Rossini has honoured the age old traditions of making authentic Italian style coffees; Cappucinno, Espresso and other speciality hot and cold beverages since its inception in 1992. Great coffee has been our foundation since we started. Caffé Rossini has its own unique coffee blends specially blended for the local pallet but based on old style traditions.
Milnerton Coffee Shop restaurant
Located in the Sable Square Mall, Caffé Villagio delights with all day breakfasts and lunch including specials.
The menu focuses on Mediterranean cuisine such as shwarma (lamb, pork and chicken), homemade pastries, meze (tapas) and sweets.
Traditional meal such as homemade burgers, gourmet sandwiches, wraps, salads and pastas are available too.
Discover a warm ambiance and delightful cuisine at Caffé Villagio in Milnerton.
Bellville Mexican restaurant
Enjoy your favourite Mexican dishes at this lively restaurant set in a popular and vibrant nightspot.
Mexican sombrero displays adorn the well appointed interior as well as a proud Mexican flag.
The food is delectable and offers everything you could want from an authentic Mexican menu. A buzzing atmosphere ensures that your Mexican experience at Cantina Tequila will be one to repeat.
City Bowl Coffee Shop restaurant
Carmellos is a typical European-style corner coffee shop in the lovely Mother City. This restaurant doubles as a bakery and at any time you will experience intoxicating smells wafting though the surrounding streets.
The menu is simple, but extensive and the cuisine hearty and comforting. Try a packed omelette for breakfast and couple it with a steaming cup-a-joe. Here you can also enjoy a traditional English, German and even a Saganaki breakfast that consists of two eggs, succulent bacon, cheese grillers, halloumi cheese, saganaki sauce and grilled tomato.
The rest of the menu offers everything from awesome toasted sarmies, interesting pastas, a variety of wraps and even French crepes to hake and chips, waffles and cocktails.
Whatever you are in the mood for, you are sure to leave satisfied.
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!
District Six Coffee Shop restaurant
Enjoy mouthwatering breakfasts made with the freshest ingredients and pair it with a cup of smouldering aromatic coffee. Lunch is also a treat with dishes like smoked salmon and spinach roulade, Thai green curry phyllo parcels and roasted vegetable frittata. An unusual dish is the Vietnamese rice noodle salad, so be sure to try something new. The restaurant is open for dinner on certain Friday evenings and the menu changes on a weekly basis to ensure that only the freshest quality produce is used.
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