Cape Town Tapas Trendy Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Tokai International restaurant
With spectacular mountain views across Steenberg vineyards, Constantia Valley and False Bay, Bistro 1682 boasts an interactive dining experience in a setting that flows from open spaces to indigenous gardens surrounded by reflective water features and floating glass bridges.
Enjoy a complete multi-sensory experience that entices you to stay and relax savouring every delicious mouthful while refreshing the palate with delectable wines straight from the state-of-the-art Steenberg wine cellar.
This 70 seater bistro offers a unique raw bar and counter seating experience alongside their menu with temptingly delicious morsels of raw cuisine such as sashimi, gravadlax, ceviche and oysters to mention a few. With so much variety and flavour at hand Bistro 1682 captivates the palate with a feast of senses while remaining interesting, healthy and true to the concept of raw food dining.
Bistro 1682’s warm and welcoming ambience makes it the perfect place to linger and relax. Enjoy the awe inspiring scenery coupled with modern sophistication and delectable food, your visit to Bistro 1682 will see returning again and again and again.
Cape Town Tapas restaurant
Located along the bustling and vibrant Long Street, Cafe Mojito lulls the palate with tropical surrounds and lip smacking mojitos.
The menu brims with Cuban-Caribbean flavours, burgers, nachos, salads and a great snack selection for the not-so-hungry such as sticky ribs, empanadas, buffalo wings, angry prawns and addictive Coco Loco Hoppin’ Jons (jalapeño chillies stuffed with feta).
Various selections such as Chicken and Chorizo Jambalaya and Jamaican Jerk Chicken brim with authentic flavours and vegetarians can try Bob’s Blue cheese burger (vegetarian burger topped with avocado and blue cheese sauce), stuffed Cuban flatbread, roast vegetable pasta salad and curried Trinidad roti.
Soak up the tropical islands and bustling ambiance at Cafe Mojito in Long Street.
Camps Bay Tapas restaurant
An eclectic fusion of the culinary cultures of Southern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East and a gorgeous beach setting, Cafe sofia at Camps Bay is the perfect venue for any occasion.
Set up above the human and actual traffic and with spectacular views of the ocean, Cafe Sofia at Camps Bay is a perfect people-watching spot to while away some time.
Simons Town International restaurant
The de Beers cold Storage building was designed in 1901 by Francis Edward Massey and build for Cecil John Rhodes in 1902. With its sandstone facade bay windows and rustic looks, the building lends itself to the setting for a romantic upstairs restaurant with views over the yacht harbour and naval dockyard.
One of our customers called Captain’s Table the best kept secret in Simon's Town. Well it may have been but it is no longer a secret. Yes we have finally opened Captain's Table upstairs above the Two and Sixpence Tavern. The experience was described as follows: "Enter the pub and ask the bar person to direct you to the Restaurant. Through the swing doors, up the stairs and then enter a completely different world" Captain’s Table is old world in style, where everything was designed to enhance your experience as our guests. The atmosphere upstairs is relaxed with dimmed lighting, candles on the tables and soothing background music.
The venue is ideally suited for smaller functions and parties. The restaurant can be divided to allow privacy for smaller groups and can accommodate up to 48 people. The restaurant is open for lunch 12h30 - 14h30 on Fridays to Sundays and for dinner 18h30 – 21h30 Fridays to Wednesdays. The restaurant will be closed on Thursdays except for functions.
Green Point Tapas restaurant
Located in the Victoria Junction, in what was once one of Cape Town’s oldest telephone exchange warehouses is a light and free flowing space that captures the perfect setting for social dining.
The informal surrounds heightened by chic décor set the stage for breakfast, lunch or dinner from the tapas style menu.
Enjoy extensive wines by the glass and innovative organic wines, ideally suited for the social tapas and conversation.
Hout Bay European restaurant
Relax, kick back and enjoy the warm inviting atmosphere softened by sparkling chandeliers, scattered cushions and sexy sounds. Deli Delish wraps the palate in exotic flavours infused with a traditional twist.
Enjoy sumptuous home cooked foods that pay homage to the roots of flavour and taste, real Moroccan chicken tagine, traditional Malay curries and smooth classic creations of Oxtail and Venison stew.
Signature dishes such as Deli Delish Greek-style lamb burger or prosciutto wrapped fillet and tiger prawns with mango and chilli relish, intoxicate the senses cooled by a glass of boutique white wine harvested straight from 4 of the 7 wine estates in Hout Bay.
With a European ambience spilling out onto pavements shaded by the cool warmth of Fisca trees, patrons enjoy delectable imported or cured meats and cheeses served with freshly baked breads dressed in speciality condiments and pates.
Whether dining alfresco, indulging in delightful combinations or enjoying lazy days savouring homely breakfasts, Deli Delish promises a warm and memorable dining experience that revitalises the soul.
Melkbosstrand International restaurant
Die Kliphuis is a magnificent eatery in a magnificent location. As soon as you walk in the door, actually step out your car, they are eager to serve you.
There are seating options inside and outside, but on a beautiful enjoying your meal outside is a must. Die Kliphuis is literally on the beach - no road in between - and offers the most stunning views of the vast Atlantic Ocean. Be sure to try catch a sunset.
Right after you are led to your beautifully dressed table, a chair gets pulled out for you and heated towels are provided to wash your hands. This might sound quite pretentious, but in this setting you will feel true chivalry instead of an uppity atmosphere.
You are then treated to bread and sometimes a small cup of soup to get that appetite going. The menu is large and you will find yourself spoilt for choice. Try the chicken cordon bleu, juicy and perfectly cooked, one of the succulent steaks or one of the many freshly prepared seafood dishes.
Here you can saunter in the sun, breathe clean sea air and enjoy a lazy glass of wine and a great meal.
Tyger Valley Waterfront International restaurant
Tyger Valley Waterfront
Located in Tyger Valley, Eastwoods tantalizes with an array of salads and light lunches, even traditional pub lunches.
Relaxed drinks call for wood-fired pizzas while sipping cocktails or a cold draught on the patio.
Enjoy the panoramic views of Durbanville Hills and Table Mountain indulging on bangers and mash complimented or signature T-bone steak served with either chips, mashed potato or pap and sous.
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.
Cape Town International restaurant
Hemelhuijs Restaurant oozes charm and tradition, inspired from picturesque Dutch heritage.
Roughly translated, Hemelhuijs means ‘House of Joy”, and this meaning lends itself throughout the charm, décor and overall dining experience.
The interior perfectly balanced by a spread of decadent home ware, modern Zen furniture works seamlessly complimenting a perfect day out shopping and indulging.
Tables spill out onto walkways, bending at the whim of indulgent faces scanning the A3 menu offering all day breakfasts, and tantalizing lunches.
For breakfast/brunch order fruit and yoghurt, poached eggs, prosciutto, artichoke and hollandaise sauce, scrambled egg, salmon and toasted apple cake and omelet with a maple syrup glaze, bacon, figs and goat’s cheese!
A salad such as marzipan and dried apricot layered with roasted chicken is a definite must or the slow roasted lamb ribs and the Hemelhuijs burger topped with creamed mushrooms and poached egg.
Classic modern touches, therapeutic shopping and mouth-watering cuisine make this daytime eatery one for your foodie calendar.
Woodstock International restaurant
Tempt the taste buds with contemporary world, where the menu focuses on fresh seasonal ingredients.
For starters, try the flavourful tom yum soup with coconut cream and ciabatta wafers or home-cured gravadlax with crushed new potato, chive and caper salad.
Mains proffers hearty comforts like gnocchi with zucchini cream and balsamic onion marmalade, or a Gorgonzola beef fillet with a port reduction.
Desert tempts with dense flourless almond cake with dark chocolate topping or the light and airy coconut and cardamom crème brûleé.
Discover culinary decadence and contemporary fare at Liberty’s Restaurant in Woodstock.
Gardens International restaurant
With breathtaking views of Table Mountain, this buzzing restaurant boasts a chic and trendy interior, relaxed enough to enjoy with the family and trendy enough to hang out with your friends.
The menu focuses on sexy food, in generous servings and gourmet breakfasts that will have you coming back for more.
For breakfast indulge in the French toast with fried banana, syrup and peppadews or flapjacks with mascarpone and strawberries drenched syrup. For lighter meals try the bacon, feta, avocado and mozzarella tramezeni.
Lull away the hours over a lazy breakfast or languid lunch at Liquorice and Lime in Gardens.
De Waterkant Tapas restaurant
The interior pampers the mood with stylish, intimate surrounds, decked out in concrete, wood, black and neon yellow.
The blackboard menu inspires tasty all day dishes and breakfast options alongside substantial salads, pasta and healthy Lebanese ingredients.
Don’t leave without trying the man’ouche savoury treat comprising a hot flatbread smothered in creamy labneh and za’atar, a zesty Lebanese condiment.
Meals can be enjoyed alongside a small wine list or traditional artisanal Cervejas São Gabriel beer.
Observatory International restaurant
Situated in the heart of bustling Observatory, the newly refurbished Obz Café is the perfect place to experience the urban vibe and have a great meal.
With a New York-type feel, restaurant décor is upmarket, yet relaxed. Exposed brick work and red and white check tablecloths add to the bistro’s ambience, while friendly staff and a terrific vibe all make for a great dining experience. For those preferring to dine al fresco, there is also sidewalk seating and an outside courtyard area.
The menu is uncomplicated and caters to all tastes. Especially recommended is the wing rib steak, 500g of pure pleasure on a bone! The porcini mushroom pasta is also highly recommended, as well as the prawn and cannellini bean starter, bursting with all kinds of delicious flavors. Our thin crust pizzas are very popular and some have called our burgers ‘the best in town!’ Wheat and gluten free pastas and pizzas are also available.
In the day time a deli menu is on offer, serving up tasty sandwiches on their in-house baked breads. Try the renowned Monster Sandwich – a triple decker of corned beef, pastrami and salad on rye.
Restaurant owner Gavin Hagger is no newcomer to the industry, having put legendary Durban hotspot Joe Kool’s on the gastronomic map. It’s the perfect spot for a casual business lunch or dinner, birthday party, romantic dinner or long boozy Sunday lunch. A place to cater for all seasons, the wood burning pizza oven ensures it’s always warm and cozy on those winter days and nights and air conditioning unit keeps it cool in the summer. The venue also has free Wi-Fi.
Experienced bar staff make great coffees and cocktails and an adjoining bar and theatre can make for a whole night of entertainment!
Gardens International restaurant
Now trading by day too, extending onto the sidewalk, diners relax on comfortable high chairs sipping frothy cappuccinos indulging in tasty croissants.
Enjoy some light meals if the sweeter things in life don’t tempt you at Ooh La La for lunch or dinner.
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