South Africa Accommodation
South Africa Cosmopolitan 100 - 150 people Restaurants
- 100 - 150 people
- 150 - 250 people
- Pub Meals
- 250+ people
Durbanville Pub Meals restaurant
Alberto’s is a quaint and bustling owner-run pub and restaurant in the middle of Durbanville. The restaurant has a laid-back, comfortable feel to it and here you can simple sit back and relax with your favourite pint and great food.
The restaurant has both a smoking and a non-smoking section inside and a big, outdoor smoking section in the garden. The garden also has an awesome play area for the little ones and this makes the establishment perfect for a family lunch.
The restaurant serves mainly traditional, hearty, comfort food and dishes include a range of great, succulent steaks, burgers and even the popular eisbein. Must-tries are the homemade chicken pie and the proudly South African bobotie, a Cape malay dish with mince meat, egg, raisins and curry spices.
This restaurant offers good food, a lively, bustling comfortable ambience, great service and an all-round enjoyable experience.
Tzaneen Italian restaurant
Ashley’s Continental Cafe is a quaint, elegant restaurant surrounded by lush green gardens and fountains. Ashley’s is a fully licensed restaurant and serves breakfasts, gourmet sandwiches, exotic salads, pizzas, pastas, main meals and desserts and cakes. We also serve specialty coffees, smoothies, homemade lemonade or sangria by the jug.
Ashley's has a seating place for 110 guests with the choice of being seated inside, on the veranda or outside below the trees. We are child friendly with jungle gyms and our new kids menu.
Ashley's is an ideal restaurant for family get-togethers, ladies luncheons, business meetings or just a place to meet! It lends itself to an ideal venue for kids parties, kitchen teas, baby showers, company event dinners or small weddings.
We proud ourselves on our friendly staff who ensure a fantastic dining experience is had by all.
V & A Waterfront Italian restaurant
V & A Waterfront
Balducci’s Ristorante is nestled in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. Famous for its sublime food, attentive service, understated formality and fabulous view of Cape Town's working harbour and Table Mountain, Balducci’s prides itself with its fine food and extensive international award winning wine list.
The ethos at Balducc’s is to provide outstanding food that is simple, clean and delicious, using traditional Italian recipes that have been modernised. Dishes are prepared using only the best ingredients, with passion and contemporary creative flair. Heavily influenced by Italian cuisine, there is also an Africa twist with dishes such as ostrich lasagne and carpaccio of venison.
There is something for everyone, from gourmet pizzas to slow roasted lamb shank, from our delicious Balducci's House salad to freshly shucked oysters, as well as a Sushi Bar, where only the finest, freshest fish is served to a discerning clientele. Diners looking for something a little meatier flock to Balducci’s for our 350g, 28 day matured prime rump and prego roll, served on a freshly toasted roll with Portuguese chili sauce.
Crisp linen, an award winning wine list and outstanding food with a sophisticated ambience makes Balducci's an absolute must for fabulous eating experience.
Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 22:00
Sun: 11:00 - 22:00
Goodwood Italian restaurant
Bella Gina takes Italian to the next level and serves delicious meals accompanied by great service in a cosy atmosphere.
Enjoy great woodfired pizzas and authentic Italian pastas like nocchi, linguini and spaghetti with a range of traditional and more interesting fillings and sauces that will tantalize the tastebuds. Bella Gina even serves mouthwatering seafood dishes; there really is something on the menu for everyone. Try the calamari tubes with a delectable lemon butter sauce.
Bella Gina is fully licensed and offers a great selection of South African favourites to accompany meals. The restaurant is also child friendly and available for special occasions and functions.
A great vibe, attentive service, a central location, good food and beautiful décor all add to making Bella Gina a definite must-try.
V & A Waterfront Italian restaurant
V & 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.
Muldersdrift African restaurant
This unique African restaurant boasts a circular open fire with Masaai spears that holds a variety of 15 different types of meat, gently roasting away as you enjoy a memorable evening out with family and friends. Meats include game varieties such as crocodile, zebra, giraffe, impala, ostrich, and many more. Six assorted salads and six sauces complement your meal. 'Pap and sauce' and baked potatoes are also offered.
Century City Italian restaurant
Col'Cacchio is a vibrant, modern take on the traditional Italian kitchen and serves up arguably some of the best Italian food. Originality meets rustic and familiar in this beautifully decorated spot in Canal Walk Shopping Centre.
Start off with an Insalata (salad), and if you think this is a boring option, think again. Ingredients like rocket, roasted beetroot, roasted butternut, feta, crispy onions, pomegranate arils, green yogurt dressing, caramelized pear and loads more combine to form a wide variety of explosive flavours.
The pizzas are woodfired, as pizza should be, and toppings range from the traditional like bacon, onions and mushrooms to the more exotic seven-hour lamb stew. A bambini (kids) menu is also available with some traditional favourites.
The dessert menu does not dissappoint either and offers dishes like chocolate pizza with a choice of toppings, a Lindt chocolate trio, proudly South African malva pudding, white chocolate cheese cake and the old Italian favourite, tiramisu.
This well-priced restaurant will not dissappoint and is a definite recommendation for those who love comfort food with a modern twist.
V & A Waterfront Pub Meals restaurant
V & A Waterfront
Ferrymans Tavern, in Cape Town, was the first establishment to open in the V & A Waterfront in 1989. It is a traditional, old fashioned pub with a generous wooden bar counter, brick paved floors, Oregon pine beams and a huge fire place, which during the winter is the perfect place to enjoy a one of the local beers or a great glass of wine. The wonderful homely atmosphere is further enhanced by the old photos, prints and drinking memorabilia that scatters the walls.
With a wide range of local and international beers, as well as Ferrymans Ale, which is made exclusively for the Tavern, it is a great watering hole for locals and foreigners alike. There is a great pub menu for the downstairs Tavern with favourites like fish and chips, chicken pie and curry and rice, and daily specials that feature traditional South African fare and seafood. In the Upstairs restaurants patrons can feast on the weekday buffet for lunch, as well as an a la carte menu with wine pairing for both lunch and dinner.
There is an outside beer garden for those wonderful hot sunny Cape Town days where patrons can sit back and take in the fabulous views while sipping on an ice cold beer. With play area for the kids Ferrymans Tavern is an ideal place for the whole family.
Newlands Pub Meals restaurant
Forresters Arms is situated in the beautiful leafy suburb, Newlands, and is known by the locals as Forries. The popularity of this place is a phenomenon that is easily understood when you experience the vibe, ambience and food.
Simple dishes are offered, but where the food lacks in imagination, it makes up for in portion size and quality. Deliciousness is what you can expect. In summer you can enjoy sitting in the awesome beer garden while the kids make full use of the play area.
Forries is usually packed when sports are showing and the atmospere is bustling. The menu is fairly large and the dishes very well priced. Enjoy burgers, chips, pies and even a Sunday carvery.
Groenkloof Italian restaurant
Located in the heart of Brooklyn, IL Bar Italiano is a friendly and relaxed eatery, beautifully decorated, with emphasis on fresh ingredients and quality cooking.
The menu has an authentic Italian feel, with varied selections and diverse wine choices.
For decadent food and fine wine, dine at Il Bar Italiano in Groenkloof.
City Bowl Pub Meals restaurant
This popular, typically Irish pub is located on the bustling Long Street strip in Cape Town. The vibrant, bustling, friendly atmosphere ensures a good time, every time. Here you can enjoy Guinness and Pilsner on tap, as they should be, as well as your favourite sport on the flat-screen TVs. THis vibey spot usually has live music every night of the week. The menu is simple with hearty dishes that brings a little piece of Ireland to the Cape. Traditional potato and leek soup with homemade Irish soda bread, crispy pork served on a bed of stir-fried veg and egg noodles with a sweet chilli sauce and Guinness battered fried calamari strips with salad, chips and tartare sauce are just some of the dishes you can enjoy.
Blackheath Italian restaurant
The original owner of Lucio’s, Claudio Merlo, grew the restaurant over 22 years and transformed it from a small seven-table establishment to a homely 140-seater Italian restaurant. This family atmosphere encourages guests to socialize and interact with the staff.
Current owners, Bimba and Armando, have kept true the homely atmosphere created by Claudio. The mother-and-son partnership inspires family time and excellence in food and service.
The menu consists of antipasti and salads, pizzas, pastas, pasts al forno and la carne. Starters include baked feta, carpaccio, chicken livers, chorizo, mushrooms, mussels napoletana, roated tomatoes and snails. There is a variety of pizzas to choose from such as the former owner-named pizza, Claudio Special, or create your own pizza with an assortment of toppings. Pastas include the well-known Alfredo to the delicious Crème Salmon. Pasta al forno are baked pastas which includes an all-favourite beef lasagne. For the meat-eater, try some tasty lamb cutlets or veal genvovese, and so much more.
Enjoy the delicious meals along with a pick off the extensive wine menu. A family vibe with never-go-wrong Italian food.
V & A Waterfront Pub Meals restaurant
V & A Waterfront
Mitchell’s Brewery is the V & A Waterfront’s liveliest pub. Live music, live sports broadcasts and a late license make this a popular destination. There are 6 beers on tap, all brewed by Mitchell’s: three ales, a bitter, a lager and a stout. The service is fast and friendly, the atmosphere is fun and lively, and the food is good hearty pub grub. Whether its oven baked pizza, fish and chips, steak, pasta or pudding, Mitchell’s is the place to be. With amazing views of the harbour and Table Mountain, Mitchell’s Brewery is a very popular place for those looking to settle in to a relaxed time out.
Langa African restaurant
Mzansi restaurant boast "a real African township experience and is nestled
at famous Harlem street of Langa, which was the first black township in
Cape town established in 1927. This township played a big role in the
resistance against apartheid with many protest being held here. It is also
just off the N2 highway 8 minutes drive from Cape Town international airport and
10 minutes from central Cape town.
We are open every day from morning to evening for breakfast, lunch, dinner
only by booking. The capacity of the place is 110 we take from minimum of 6.
We can take 2 private dining of groups of 50 at one time.
Listen to the African marimba band playing indigenous, pop and jazz music,
while Ace (owner) show you the township dance and in between listen to
Nomonde (co owner) telling the story about the restaurant and themselves
The band members will show you to play the instrument and we sing
together. We also offer group drum session at an extra cost of R70 pp.
Full 3 meal course buffet from R130pp Lunch or dinner.
We also cater according to the needs of the client.
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.
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