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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.
Pretoria (Tshwane) Continental restaurant
Located on Church Square, Café Riche lures in visitors with their freshly baked pastries, baguettes and croissants – baked in the early hours of the morning till late in the evening.
Loyal locals and famous visitors such as Thabu Mbeki and Steve Hofmeyer frequently visit, alongside tourists.
The menu offers Mediterranean flavours blended into a bistro setting, perfect for lunch or a light meal.
Fresh salads and daily specials can be enjoyed along stern favourites such as Mediterranean Fussily Pasta with Tabouleh style vegetables.
Café Riche makes an ideal before or after theatre venue, and entices warm summer days with their famous Belgian beers.
City Bowl Halaal restaurant
Cafe Zorina is bathed in understatement as you walk in the door. The interior is simple, yet elegant, but unpretentious. The main point is that the restaurant serves Halaal foods, and specializes in it.
The restaurant is a popular venue for business meetings because of its atmosphere and quality produce. Breakfast and lunch is served and guests have a choice between lighter meals and some of the more filling Indian dishes.
Here you will be able to have a laid-back lunch right in the middle of Cape Town. They serve quality food at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant is open from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm during the week, and closes at 2:30 pm on Saturdays.
Johannesburg and surrounds Caribbean restaurant
Johannesburg and surrounds
Featuring grills, light meals and Island style cuisine, Cool Runnings sets the pace for a laid back vibe.
With a delicious munchies menu and good Jamaican sounds, diners peruse the full restaurant menu brimming with seasonal spreads.
Choose from island style curries, Jamaican Babylon Burgers; stir fries, jerk and Creole dishes as well as lots of basket dishes to share between friends.
Dine in Island style vibe around a bonfire beer garden and rustic bar sampling exotic cuisine and seasonal specials at Cool Runnings in Bloubosrand.
Cape Town Continental restaurant
This cosy restaurant bustles with activity and holds a unique feel.
The décor is warm and various celebrity photos adorn the walls contrasted by the white tablecloth setting.
The open plan kitchen invites diners into the culinary experience, where the likes of continental and local dishes grace tables in generous portions.
The lovely outside terrace makes ideal spot for frothy cappuccinos and a morning paper.
Woodstock Caribbean restaurant
The tropical ambiance compliments the good food and summery cocktails.
Upstairs the balcony welcomes with sweeping harbour views, balmy sunshine and invites relaxation.
Downstairs the bar and restaurant exudes a warm and cosy setting, enjoyed alongside the roaring winter fire.
Expect delicious home-style island cooking, served by friendly and attentive staff.
The chicken is free-range and they even cater for healthy appetites with carrot and ginger soup, homemade walnut veggie burgers and gluten-free butternut ravioli.
Caribbean specialties include Jamaican jerk chicken, curried Goat, Jamaican patties, pineapple BBQ ribs and chicken and chorizo jambalaya.
Vegetarians are taken care of with Montego Bay mushrooms, Roast Veg Pasta salad or Trinidad Roti to mention a few.
V and A Waterfront Continental restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Green Dolphin Restaurant is one of Cape Town’s premier jazz hotspots. Located in the V & A Waterfront, on the water’s edge, patrons can sit with Table Mountain as their backdrop, watching the seals at play while taking in the smooth sounds of some of the finest jazz the Mother city has to offer. Relaxed, intimate and jivey, the Green Dolphin is a popular haunt for tourists as well as Capetonians who are looking for a great night out.
The menu is varied and has a little something for everyone. With plenty of fresh seafood on offers, as well as delicious meat and vegetarian speciality, diners will be delighted. The seafood chowder and fresh mussels with a creamy white wine sauce with chilli, coriander and garlic are a must on the starter menu. And the venison kebabs and prawn and crayfish duo are a tasty treat for those with a bigger appetite. The wine list offers some of the finest wines from around South Africa, the perfect complement to any of the dishes on the menu.
With jazz every night of the year, fabulous food, unsurpassed views and a wonderfully warm and welcoming atmosphere, the Green Dolphin should be on everyone’s list of places to eat in Cape Town.
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