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V and A Waterfront Chinese restaurant
V and A Waterfront
A Fu Asian Take-Away brings a true Eastern flavour to the V & A Waterfront. This small outlet is owner-run and, as with most little gems like this, plenty of flavour and passion is put into the cuisine.
Enjoy traditional Chinese favourites like chow mein, chop suey, sweet and sour chicken, beef and pork or, as a lighter alternative, a delectable Chinese soup. For those with more adventurous taste buds, try the smoky chilli-beef noodles with peanuts.
The food is traditional, flavourful, and very affordable and if you are looking for a quick, hassle-free takeaway that does not lack in the quality department, be sure to give A Fu a try.
Kensington African restaurant
A thoroughly authentic restaurant serving the finest in Ethiopian cuisine. With offerings you won’t find anywhere else such as ting-sour Injera flatbread, Abysinia is the place to go for a truly unique dining experience.
For a little of everything, ask for a platter and you will not be disappointed. Prices are incredibly reasonable. The drinks are equally exciting with strong, fresh coffee as well as local and Ethiopian wines.
The casual, relaxed ambience and charming service make an experience at Abysinia one to remember.
Makhado (Louis Trichardt) African restaurant
Makhado (Louis Trichardt)
Perched at the foothills of the mysterious Soutpansberg Mountains, Acacia Restaurant boasts full English breakfasts and delicious lunches and dinners.
The cuisine touches on locally inspired dishes with explosions of taste dominating the palate.
Peruse the menu feasting on tasty delights before rounding off a satisfying meal with cooling cocktails or soothing nightcaps under the starry skies in the comfort of the pergola.
Acacia Restaurant caters for a delicious dining experience at The Gateway Inn in Makhado (Louis Trichard).
City Centre African restaurant
An unforgettable African banquet awaits you at Africa Cafe.With a menu that changes according to season, ensuring that only the freshest and finest ingredients are used in the preparation of the delicious dishes, Africa Cafe has true African dining perfected.Superbly warm and friendly staff are on hand and happy to take diners through the exciting offerings and will happily explain the authentic decor and paintings that adorn the walls.A healthy following of both tourists and locals make for an eclectic ambience, enhanced by the sound of drums and singing staff members!
Stellenbosch African restaurant
Stellenbosch’s Kayamandi (an informal settlement area) may not scream location- location- location for restaurant venue, but is home to AmaZink Eatery. The restaurant delivers a novel African eating experience that embraces and simultaneously invests in the local Stellenbosch community.
The African theme of the restaurant is seen through to every detail. The décor is bold and loud in colour and service is hearty and friendly. All the traditional fare is unpretentious and prepared on wood burning fires. Even the beer is home brewed. Expect local favourites like pap and wors, but perhaps not quite as rustic as authenticity demands. With Bertus Basson (celebrity chef and co-owner of Overture Restaurant) overseeing the menu, there is a definite contemporary take on the local delicacies.
The restaurant offers a wine list that supports farmers in the immediate vicinity.
With prominent businessmen investing, AmaZink Eatery forms part of the Ikhaya Trust Centre and is driven to make a contribution to the social uplifting of the area. Inline with the venture’s policy, only locals to Kayamandi are employed at AmaZink.
Cullinan Greek restaurant
Housed inside a cosy Edwardian terraced house, As Greek as it Gets flaunts dainty chandeliers, pleasant surrounds and well chosen ingredients, simply prepared, brimming with flavour.
These light modern touches infuse classic flavours such as saganaki - grilled feta with sour cherries or fall of the bone lamb shanks marinated in white wine, cooked in tomato sauce.
Desert requires a meal of its own as simply decadent baklava with apricot, cinnamon and orange jus, or a chocolate mousse flavoured with toasted almonds, amaretto and cream grace the menu.
Visit As Greek as it Gets for an indulging and unpretentious dining experience.
Sandton French restaurant
Auberge Michel has built a solid reputation for the finest French cuisine and the best quality service, providing superb dining experiences since 2004.Unsurprisingly, Aurberge Michel has garnered many well-deserved accolades such as being named South Africa’s first five-star establishment as awarded by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa. Auberge Michel was also the only restaurant to be voted in the top 10 of restaurants in JHB by Wine Magazine, Eat Out, Diner’s Club and Business Day – in the same year!With such a prestigious background, superior service, fine food and a beautifully stylish setting, it’s no wonder that Auberge Michel is a popular spot for politicians, celebrities and top businessmen.For fine French dining in a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere, make a reservation for Auberge Michel.
Westdene Greek restaurant
Recommended by a loyal following of locals, Barba’s Cafe is a super spot for superb food and a great atmosphere.
During the weekdays, a sumptuous buffet offering a mouth watering array of delicious options like dolmades is a must-try. A modest but well-designed wine list provides for every taste and budget.
An open deck provides a great al fresco setting when the weather allows and friendly, helpful staff make your time at this understated eatery a very pleasant one.
Durbanville Chinese restaurant
Housed inside an old Victorian house, dressed in basic almost retro décor, dishes are made to order, fresh and tasty with no added MSG – ever! The authentic flavours include spicy Schezuan choices and traditional favourites from the set menu.
Described by some as tantalizing, dishes are expertly prepared by a Beijing trained chef who favours attention to detail.
Durbanville African restaurant
A versatile and elegant venue perched atop one of the highest hills in the Northern Suburbs, Bloemendal Restaurant is the place to be at for whatever you are after of a dining experience.
The evenings are filled with entertainment from guest speakers, dancing, music and singing and with warm and attentive hospitality, you won’t want to miss out on a night at the Bloemendal Restaurant.
Waterkloof Ridge French restaurant
For the best in French fine dining and a calm, relaxing atmosphere, an evening at Brasserie de Paris will not disappoint.The team at Brasserie de Paris are passionate and it shows in the food and the service. Friendly and attentive staff members are always just a subtle glance away to provide recommendations and explanations should you need them.The cuisine at Brasserie de Paris is superb with both traditional French as well as nouvelle cuisine. Specials are offered and changed regularly according to what is available on the market so every visit will have exciting new dishes for you to try.Set in a beautifully designed house with perfect attention to detail like pretty flower displays on the tables, Brasserie de Paris epitomises French fine dining in every way.The extensive selection of both South African and international wines will satisfy any connoisseur. Try the French varieties or the sparkling champagnes chosen carefully to suit the dishes on offer.With the freshest ingredients, superb dishes are created with passion and care. Warm, welcoming staff and beautiful surroundings make Brasserie de Paris the place for fine dining, French style!
Franschhoek French restaurant
Located on the lovely Moreson Wine Estate, the Bread & Wine Vineyard Restaurant exudes an old world charm.
Best described as 'honest' food, the menu is perfectly balanced, seasonally influenced and inspired by it's surroundings. This is real rustic food.
Open from 12:00 till 15:00 all week.
Lonehill Greek restaurant
An endearing theme of a bygone era runs throughout this unique restaurant.Stunning attention to detail has been paid to the stunning decor, harnessing the elegance of the Byzantine era of its namesake.Upon entering, patrons go through to reception/wine room area via a sandstone staircase lined with iron balustrades. The seating is set mainly within semi-circle alcoves with a round stained-glass window. Wooden tables complement the elegant high-backed benches stylishly upholstered. The chairs stay true to the period and vary in style. A comfortable lounge area adds contemporary dimension with large comfortable and modern sofas. The beautiful surrounds are further enhanced by a view over Lonehill Lake.The food is primarily Mediterranean and created with the freshest ingredients and presented superbly.Take a step back in time to the Byzantine era at Byzance Restaurant.
Gardens French restaurant
Café Chic boasts a classic French bistro taste and a menu that flirts with the palate and cool and un-usual ways.
Try the squid-ink tagliatelle served with swordfish, or the dreamy Grand Marnier soufflé for dessert complimented by a small local wine list and grand highly priced French version.
Extensive cocktails and cognacs cater variety as do they various rooms that slip off the main annex of the house.
Begin the night perusing the menu in one of two elegant restaurants or the heavenly patisserie, then wet the palate in the grand Moroccan chill out tent furnished in velvet drapes and soft lounging cushions.
Café Chic is open for breakfast and lunch and light meals such as tapas and drinks in the evening.
Stellenbosch French restaurant
Café Dijon is a pocket of Paris in the heart of Stellenbosch. Ideally located at the centre of town, this quaint eatery is a gem for food lovers who enjoy true French cuisine. Its indoor café is perfectly Parisian in décor and ambience while being seated outside, under ancient oak trees and umbrellas, allows for a relaxed reflection of passers-by on the street in true European style.
Expect an impressive and authentic French menu. There are classic hors d’ oeuvres and salads such as Pear, Parma ham and Gorgonzola that are designed to please the palate. The main course selection and restaurant specialties are extended to include regional French dishes to the likes of South West of France Cassoulet.
The multi-dimensional menu has an array of asides and desserts and caters well for those who like to round off their eating experience.
The combination of true French style and food makes this bistro style establishment a delight any time of day – breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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