Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Bellville Contemporary restaurant
The décor showcases handpicked furniture, mismatched pre-owned art and quirky unique ambiance popular with local trendsetters.
The open plan kitchen bustles with creative dishes, decadent cakes and pastries and sumptuous eclectic cuisine.
Serving light meals and classic fare, the ever-changing menu is perfect for quick breakfasts, coffee and paper diners and lazy lunches.
Table Mountain National Park Fusion restaurant
Table Mountain National Park
Along Chapman’s Peak’s curves and bends, out of sight and nestled in secluded splendor, the Atlantic Restaurant wines and dines in what is arguably the most beautiful location in Cape Town.
Resting in the lush Milkwood forest, with views spanning across Hout Bay, the ocean and Sentinel Peak, diners soak up the tranquil atmosphere soothed by lapping waves and seasonal breaching Whales.
The décor whispers elegance and sumptuous luxury, set in the natural wonders of land and sea.
The menu pamper with a myriad of dishes such as ratatouille with buffalo mozzarella and pesto, roasted pepper soup that captures every spice and flavour, and a blissful yellowtail with leek cream sauce.
Atlantic Restaurant captures the beauty, elegance and un-spoilt setting that will make dining at this establishment an unforgettable experience.
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.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Bascule Bar is Cape Town’s whisky bar supreme. With over 400 whiskeys on the menu and a huge variety of some of the best wines South Africa has to offer patrons are spoilt for choice. The food menu is simple, elegant and delicious, with the menu’s emphasis on a gastro pub theme.
Situated on the edge of the marina in Cape Town’s Waterfront where the international yachts are moored, the Bascule Bar is where trendy whisky and wine lovers gather. Vibrant and bustling, it is the ideal place for a light lunch – patrons can sit out on the water’s edge and take in the sunshine. By night the Bascule bar becomes a hub of sophisticated elegance where wine and whisky flow, and all the beautiful people of Cape Town come out to play.
The gastro pub menu consists of snacks and tapas, with specialities that include goat’s cheese peppadew poppers with saffron aioli and salt and pepper squid with sweet chilli mayonnaise. Main meals are traditional pub fare with a modern twist – Cape Grace fish and chips, seared tuna burger with avocado salsa and sweet potato wedges and beef burger with sweet pepper relish, emmenthal cheese, crispy onions and French fries.
Bascule Bar patrons enjoy the finer things, but appreciate the simple style of this unique spot in Cape Town's harbour.
Cape Town Fusion restaurant
The handwritten menu written on butcher’s paper is taped to the walls showcasing light and healthy options complimented by local and organic ingredients.
Try the golden chicken pie in perfect crust with a warming, rich filling and vibrant salads served with every dish.
Drinks are limited but full of flavour such as the handmade old-fashioned lemonade and wild plum juice. Wine offerings are limited with choice of white or red organic wine.
Long black tables set the mood for social dining indulged by the soothing sounds of birds chirping in the background.
City Centre Contemporary restaurant
The neutral, elegant and easy going décor sets the mood for a relaxed and flavourful experience ideal for business lunches, romantic dinners or family dinners.
The menu offers a la Carte dining, ranging from freshly caught fish and a selection of hot and cold mezze.
Enjoy the elegant surrounds and contemporary ambiance at Bistro 126.
Imhoffs Gift Contemporary restaurant
If you are looking for a restaurant with a beautiful view where you can kick back and take in the stunning scenery then look no further.
Blue Water Café is a top class restaurant offering a wide choice of delicious meals. Choose from salads, pizzas and steaks to scrumptious cakes and teas, all perfectly prepared and presented with flair!
A lovely big lawn and play area makes it a perfect restaurant to bring children. The Higgeldy Piggeldy Farm is a hit with kids who enjoy visiting and petting the animals.
The restaurant is situated on Imhoff Farm which also offers camel rides, an organic deli shop, wine shop, gift shops and a wonderful country atmosphere.
Breakfast is served until noon. Lunch, tea and dinner are served on Tuesdays from 9am until 5pm and Wednesday to Sunday from 9am until late.
Woodstock Contemporary restaurant
Plush seating, elegant décor and sophisticated ambiance are why Bread Café caters for a more cultivated crowd. The lunch menu offers a delectable selection of gourmet sandwiches, salads, burgers and very good pastas. Try the wood-fired roast chicken dish with balsamic potatoes. Bread Café claims the best pain au chocolate and a pricey wine list.
Tamboerskloof Contemporary restaurant
Exuding peace and tranquility, Cafe Puka is ideal for breakfast or lunch with family, friends or just on your own.
The menu proffers contemporary classics, light meals and healthy options such as salads, wraps and sandwiches.
Expect slap-up breakfast fare and lunchtime plates laden with the likes of Peppadew-and-coriander-studded calamari, fragrant curries and a rib-sticking burger too.
Reputed as Thamboerskloof’s best kept secret, pop in and discover the locals favoured gastronomic retreat.
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.
Cape Town Fusion restaurant
Located along Bree Street, in the historical Heritage Village, Caveau Wine Bar and Deli exudes rustic elegance and European flare.
Dressed in rustic stonewalls, elegant décor and summery terraced seating, diners relax within the cosy interior or open courtyard.
The menu brims with seasonal inspiration, a touch of fusion cuisine and tasty tapas dashed with bistro decadence.
Try calamari with chilli, steak tartare, confit of duck and fillet with béarnaise sauce. Puddings are rather small, so stick to the truffles, chocolates and gourmet nougat on offer.
Pop into the deli around the corner for a top up of freshly baked bread, pasta and deli delights.
Kalk Bay Fusion restaurant
The Chartfield Guest House Restaurant is located a few roads above the main road, in Kalk Bay. Owing to its elevated position above the harbour town, views from this restaurant will keep you coming back for more.
Pale, clean interiors and fresh décor create an atmosphere of serenity and relaxation. The restaurant specialises in a buffet style breakfast, with a mountain of delicious and beautifully presented food laid out daily on a groaning buffet table.
The views can also be appreciated from the pretty outdoor seating area, with the raw stone and natural rock still preserved in the restaurant's exterior lending a rustic feel to the terrace. The restaurant only caters for bookings of over 10 people for lunch and dinner, so be sure to book beforehand.
De Waterkant Contemporary restaurant
For superb seasonal dishes and one of the largest wine lists in South Africa, try Chenin Restaurant and Wine Bar.
The wine list comprises a huge number of wines, many available by the glass and spanning a range of budgets.
Situated in a great position by the piazza fountain and with stylish but simple decor, Chenin Restaurant and Wine Bar has all you need to dine in comfort.
Constantia Contemporary restaurant
Constantia Uitsig's original Cape Dutch Homestead is surrounded by sweeping views of Constantiaberg Mountains and vineyards. Under the expert hand of Head Chef, Clayton Bell, Constanita Uitsig Restaurant has earned an international reputation for a elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere, promising a memorable dining experience.
Chef Clayton Bell builds on the indelible legacy of chef extraordinaire, Frank Swainston. The menu’s focus remains the robust flavours of Italy with forays into exotic Asia. Clayton believes that consistency is a key factor in the restaurant’s ongoing popularity. “Don’t over-complicate food, and don’t mess with good quality ingredients. I’ve been here for 13 years, and Uitsig is my second family.”
This attitude underscores the elegant yet relaxed, convivial atmosphere that keeps so many people returning for another meal in the original Manor House on the estate. It’s also why first-time visitors feel immediately that they’ve come home. Since its launch in 1992, Constantia Uitsig Restaurant has consistently featured in the Top Ten Restaurants of South Africa.
Need to know? Open 7 days a week Lunch: 12h30-14h30 Dinner: 19h30-21h30 Closed: Lunch 31 December New Year's Day
Cape Town Contemporary restaurant
Aptly named after one of Queen Victoria’s most loved pooches, Dash Restaurant and Bar exudes elegance and pedigree class. Always smooth and full of surprises and dashingly attractive.
The menu excites with unusual combinations that playfully blend effortlessly. Try the beetroot-cured salmon with horseradish apple slaw; a delicious sweet and savory mélange, or the Caesar salad layered with anchovy toast and quail eggs, smooth and rich.
Wash the palate with a selection of refreshing sorbets, including tomato granita with a drop of vodka, or rose, dressed with a sugared rose petal for utter decadence.
Mains warrants fat and juicy hazelnut-crusted scallops served on a bed of wilted baby fennel, while the grilled beef fillet with herb mash and spinach purée, dazzled in a rich Port jus, melts the palate of any carnivore.
Round off this decadent dining experience with a liquorice macaroon with tangerine jelly or coconut panna cotta with lime sorbet and passion fruit coulis.
Dash Restaurant and Bar brims with delightful surprises, dashing décor and a cool combination of modern and elegant comforts perfect for splashing out over breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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