4 Guest Reviews
4 Customer Reviews


Kitima is a relatively new addition to Hout Bay cuisine, but has been a huge success from the day it opened. Located in the historic Kronendal premises, the restaurant has been designed with its Thai / Asian theme in mind, but managed to keep the original aesthetic of the building intact. The menu is amazing (you shouldn't miss the dim sum), the cocktail list very impressive and service and attention to detail are of a high standard.

There is a great lounge where you may drink cocktails or arrival, or linger a while and order from the starter menu, and the recently opened Raya lounge caters for smart events.On Sunday afternoons a very reasonable buffet is offered.This is an upmarket establishment and prices are in line with that, but well worth it.  It's very popular, so book at least a week in advance.

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Best in Hout Bay - Top notch restaurant.

kathy dixon
South Africa

Taste bud tempter - Discerning diners and cocktail sipping trendies keep flocking to Kitima and it’s easy to see why. The service is gracious, the setting is gorgeous and the cuisine is incredibly tempting.

Samantha Black
South Africa

Praise for Kitima! - Kitima is awesome and definitely needs to be tested by every Capetonian! The decor is beautiful, the service is fantastic and the food doesn't just taste good, its absolutely beautifully presented. Yay!

Bianca Van Breda
South Africa

Best Thai experience in Cape Town - Unbeatable!

Matthew Evans
South Africa

Accommodation near Kitima

*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling distance.

from R680
1 night, 2 adults

Cosy Corner

Sleeps 2 Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.28km from Kitima

Cosy Corner is an attractive one-bedroom apartment situated in the picturesque suburb of Hout Bay. ...

from R800
1 night, 2 adults

Hout Bay View

Sleeps 27 Hout Bay Guest House, Hout Bay Bed and Breakfast in Hout Bay
1.31km from Kitima

Hout Bay View offers enviable panoramic views of the ocean, Table Mountain and the famous Chapman’s ...

from R750
1 night, 2 adults

Olive Tree Cottage

Sleeps 2 Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.32km from Kitima

The Olive Tree is a self-catering cottage situated in Hout Bay, 20 minutes from Cape Town along the ...

from R800
1 night, 2 adults

The King's Place

Sleeps 13 Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.41km from Kitima

The King's Place is a smallholding set on eight acres of prime agricultural land in the lush seaside...

from R2,000
1 night, 2 adults

Hout Bay Palm Views

Sleeps 8 Hout Bay Private Home, Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.44km from Kitima

Hout Bay Palm Views is a lovely three-bedroom house, situated in the relaxed harbor town of Hout Bay...

from R650
1 night, 2 adults

Beach House Guest House - Hout Bay

Sleeps 18 Hout Bay Guest House in Hout Bay
1.44km from Kitima

The Beach House Guest House offers a harmonious blend of décor and architectural style reflecting th...

from R1,900
1 night, 2 adults


Sleeps 4 Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.45km from Kitima

This beachfront holiday apartment is set right at the beach in Hout Bay. The apartment comprises an...

from R850
1 night, 2 adults

Montana Muse

Sleeps 2 Hout Bay Self-catering in Hout Bay
1.47km from Kitima

Montana Muse offers accommodation where you can holiday in comfortable luxury. Be swept away by view...

from R1,600
1 night, 2 adults

Hout Bay Hideaway Cape Town

Sleeps 9 Hout Bay Self-catering, Hout Bay Bed and Breakfast in Hout Bay
1.47km from Kitima

Hout Bay Hideaway is a 20-minute drive from downtown Cape Town, among palms, wild olives, lemon tree...

from R1,200
1 night, 2 adults

Beau Micale

Sleeps 4 Scott Estate Bed and Breakfast in Scott Estate
1.49km from Kitima

Beau Micale is located on the quiet mountain side of the scenic Hout Bay Village. Here guest can rel...

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Best Thai experience in Cape Town…”  Read more

Matthew Evans - 03 December 2010

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Bianca Van Breda - 07 February 2011