South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
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- 150 - 250 people
Lovemore Park Light Meals restaurant
Apron Strings is well-known by the locals for its tea and scones. The restaurant offers breakfasts, lunches and teas. Guests have the choice of sitting outside in the lush garden with swings for the children. Blankets are also available for a more picnic-style experience. The interior has a fireplace for those cold days.
Trading hours are from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm. The restaurant caters for functions.
Braamfontein Coffee Shop restaurant
This bustling café restaurant is located in the popular Origins Centre and offers food, drinks and great coffee is an elegant and stylish setting. Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed and all dishes contain only the freshest ingredients available. Great service and excellent quality is the order of the day.
V and A Waterfront Italian restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Caffe San Marco’s relaxed atmosphere, great views and Italian influence, as well its sidewalk location in the V & A Waterfront means patrons can sit back, sip on a gourmet cup of coffee and people watch. A truly Italian experience, Caffe San Marco offers patrons an authentic slice of that la vita e bella, or the beautiful life. Nestled in the bustling Waterfront, looking out over the harbour where the seals frolic and water traffic goes to and fro, Caffe San Marco’s menu is made up of a selection of delicious fare to satisfy and delight.
Whether its breakfast, lunch, dinner, a light snack or a cup of the best coffee, Caffe San Marco has something to offer. Real Italian food, made the traditional way, each meal is freshly prepared and made to order. The beef carpaccio is one of the house specialities cut from the finest fillet, garnished with the finest salina capers. There are a range of pastas and salads made with authentic Italian ingredients. There is an extensive breakfast menu, served until 12pm, as well as a selection of gourmet sandwiches.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Caffe San Marco offers an the best views, the finest coffees and fabulous food, while being the perfect place to watch the world go by.
Century City Contemporary restaurant
CinCin is truly a must-visit for the connoisseur and discerning diner. Walk into a world of elegance and chic style with double-storey windows that allow views of the breathtaking Cape Town and Table Mountain.
Start your day with a feast of a breakfast and enjoy the hot and cold buffet; the selection offered is not easily matched anywhere else. Alternatively enjoy an impressive business lunch or the ultimate romantic night out.
An impressive array of options are available, from a really cool gourmet burger menu to elegant, upmarket a la carte cuisine. CinCin even offers a great bar snack menu that will keep you satisfied on your night out. The cocktail bar's look and feel is uber modern and it is filled to the brim with everyone's favourite beverages, from the best champagne to a down-to-earth draught.
Top all this off with great, personalized service, a bustling but warm ambience and, of course, the three-metre Swarovski chandelier that is the centrepiece of this establishment, and you will have an experience fit for royalty.
CinCin is open from 6.30 am to 10.30 am for breakfast, 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm for lunch and 6 pm until 10 pm for dinner. Booking in advance is recommended.
Table View Contemporary restaurant
On the beachfront, Doodles is landmark in the Table View area. Open for nearly twenty years, it affords patrons some of the best views in Cape Town – Table Mountain, the city, the fabulous new FIFA 2010 world cup soccer stadium, Robben Island and the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Its relaxed, beach bar vibe and history make it a favourite for locals.
The outside deck is the perfect place to chill, whatever the weather. On those perfect balmy Cape Town days sit under the warm African sun and feast on seafood or a selection from the grill. Alternatively, on those blustery days, when the outside deck is protected by the awnings diners can watch the wild sea while feasting on a variety of the fabulous fare on offer.
With a varied menu, including breakfast, fresh seafood, gourmet grill items and pizzas, there is something for everyone at Doodles. There is live music on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, making Doodles a lively place to enjoy a fabulous meal, while taking in the wonders of Cape Town.
Stellenbosch Cape Provencale restaurant
The picturesque setting compliments simple and uncomplicated dishes that are full of bold flavours.
Classic dishes present fresh and clean tastes, and although simple in appearance, are flavourful with every mouthful.
The extensive wine list works effortlessly complimenting the menu. Flavours boast a roaring winter fire, perfect for warming frosty limbs.
Somerset West Pub Meals restaurant
This family run restaurant and bar is lively, happening and just downright warm and inviting. Here you can let your hair down, have a 'whatevers', and enjoy delicious, unpretentious food.
The heart of the restaurant is the beer garden where you can relax under the trees and enjoy your drinks and meals. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and 'in-between anytime' snacks are served. Start with a hearty breakfast like a filled-to-the-brim omelette or any one of the variations on the traditional English breakfast on the menu.
Starters include cheesy garlic breads, chicken livers sauteed in a peri peri sauce and served on toast, snails, mussels, crumbed mushrooms and delicious, smothered nachos.
A separate pizza menu is available, but the house specialities are recommended. Pickled eisbein, juicy pork loin ribs, a steak and Guinness pie, and even a vegetarian pie form part of the main menu. For the ravenous there is a 400g T-bone steak served with a sauce of your choice, veggies and starch.
Old Bridge Tavern regularly hosts live music acts, comedy acts and sporting events on the big-screen TV, so it pays to enquire.
V and A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V and A Waterfront
OYO Restaurant and Cocktail Bar is one of the most stylish, trendy places to be in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. Specialising in local seafood, including West Coast crayfish, Saldanha mussels, Paternoster oysters, calamari and fresh line fish from the Cape Coast, OYO is a diner’s delight. Visitors can sit back and take in the awe inspiring view of Table Mountain and soak up the busy atmosphere of the harbour while sipping on a cocktail or a glass of bubbly. Part of the Victoria and Alfred Hotel, one of the original parts of the Waterfront development, OYO is steeped in style, class and quality.
Stellenbosch South African restaurant
Sinovuyo on Route 304 is a beautiful, laid-back breakfast, lunch and dinner venue that boasts breathtaking views of the Simonsberg Mountains. Al fresco dining can be enjoyed from the large patio where you can enjoy a refreshing sundowner on a balmy summers eve.
The restaurant offers a beautiful garden and children's play area, making it ideal for family outings. A buffet is offered on 'Family Sundays', comprising home-cooked South African favourites.
There is a modern bar area with a big screen for sporting events, and light meals are served here as well.
Try the pan-fried line fish stacked with prawns and pineapple, or a succulent, perfectly cooked beef fillet with the top secret basting.
The restaurant serves as a private function venue as well and the setting is perfect for a beautiful wedding. Watch out for the speciality evenings, whether it be an all seafood event or a Malay curry feast.
Sinovuyo means 'we have happiness' - how apt.
Stellenbosch Pub Meals restaurant
If it is a laid-back, unpretentious atmosphere you are looking for, this is your place. This sports bar focuses less on the frills and more on having a good time. The restaurant and bar has become a home away from home for many locals, partly because of the true South African hospitality and partly because of the space it provides to basically do what you want.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Right on the water’s edge as the waves break Tabago’s Restaurant, Bar and Terrace in Cape Town offers patrons one of the finest dining experiences in the city. There is no better way to enjoy Cape Town that looking out over the Atlantic Ocean, eating some of the finest foods, drinking some of the finest South Africa wines while basking in the glorious African sun at Tabago’s in the Radisson Hotel.
The Mediterranean twist to the menu adds to the experience. Emphasis is placed on the use of the finest local ingredients combined delicately with exotic elements from the Mediterranean and around the world. Dishes such as Fresh Saldanha mussels in a delightful light white wine, red onion and chive tomato concasse, accompanied by a healthy portion of crunchy bread are the perfect example of the exquisite food on offer from executive chef Andrew Lee.
The menu offers a delicious choice of snacks and starters to share while sipping cocktails on the Terrace gazing out towards the ocean in the warm South African sun. Dishes include a perfect round of rich Camembert cheese skewered with rosemary sprigs, accompanied by wild fig compote and crunchy bread, which serves two. The chef’s award winning starter of Crimson Venison Carpaccio comes highly recommended. The whole menu is offers some of the finest dining in Cape Town, and the lunch time buffet is a popular choice for businessmen and revellers alike.
Sandton Steakhouse restaurant
Whether it’s a business lunch or executive dinner you want, The Bull Run is the restaurant of choice. The menu is filled with delicious choices and the finest meat of the best quality, aged to perfection and taken from the in-house butchery. There is also a wonderful selection of seafood, salads and vegetarian platters. The Bull Run chefs have thought of everyone in designing the extensive menu. The wine list is extensive and award winning, making sure you can find the perfect accompaniment for your meal.
V and A Waterfront Grills restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Docks Restaurant is in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is next to the Nelson Mandela Gateway, home of the Robben Island ferry. Popular with passersby and locals, the area in front of The Docks is the playground for the local seal population. Known as the seal pen, The Docks is on the same site as the old Bertie’s Landing. Its extensive menu, relaxed atmosphere and fabulous location right on the water’s edge, in front of the Clock Tower, make The Docks a popular place to sit back and relax, and take in the fabulous views of Cape Town, Table Mountain and the harbour.
The Docks serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, light meals and cocktails. The wine list is extensive and features some of the best South African wines. The menu has something for everyone, from burgers to seafood, grills to pasta, as well as salads and traditional South African fare. The dinner menu also features specialities such as ostrich, game and lobster.
Relaxed and family orientated, with fabulous views The Docks Restaurant offers patrons a varied menu that caters for all tastes and good friendly service. Patrons are often treated to shows from the local buskers on the dockside next to the restaurant, with acts including gumboot dancers, a marimba band, mimes and signers.
Bellville Country restaurant
The Hollow Tree is a family restaurant, pub and beer garden that exudes old world charm and beauty. The Hollow Tree serves breakfast, traditional South African meals, contemporary fish and meat dishes as well as steaks and burgers. Good wine list. Children can choose from a kiddies menu. Suitable venue to watch sports events.
Franschhoek International restaurant
Located within the clubhouse, the all day dining menu offers light meals and South African cuisine with a touch of International flair.
Signature dishes are the order of the day, best enjoyed on the terrace overlooking the extravagant pool and spectacular mountain ranges of Paarl and Franschhoek.
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