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Hermanus Dutch restaurant
Mere meters from the sea shore of Grotto beach in Hermanus is Dutchies, a delightful Dutch eatery. Guests are easily charmed by the select, Dutch inspired menu and the cosy atmosphere that the restaurant presents.
Dutchies abounds with atmosphere and guests love the personal attention of the restaurant owner mingling with visitors. In summer outdoor seats under umbrellas, soaking up the view is a must.
The Hollandse Biefstuk on offer for mains is a clear indication that this is proud to be Dutch establishment. Other menu items include Calamari, a Seafood platter and Chicken kebabs. The dessert menu is just a delight with African Dream which is Amarula ice-cream dipped in chocolate and crowned with a chocolate slab and Blueberry Cheesecake.
The restaurant charges a small fee for corkage.
De Waterkant Tapas restaurant
In the trendy Cape Quarter is Fiesta Tapas Cafe and Bar, a vibrant venue exuding Latin American passion.Blending together old-style elegance with the rustic charm of a much-frequented cafe, Fiesta manages to create a unique ambience that keeps customers coming back again and again.Fiesta Tapas Cafe Bar promotes ‘social eating’ and the menu is designed to accommodate with plenty of Tapas to choose from as well as ‘bigger bites’ to satisfy the particularly ravenous diners!An extensive wine list and cocktail menu rounds off the wonderful array of the offerings at Fiesta Tapas Cafe and Bar.
City Bowl Tapas restaurant
Located along the trendy Bree Street, diners peruse the Mediterranean inspired menu bursting with tapas of all shapes, sizes and flavours, enjoyed with a glass or bottle of wine.
The menu changes fortnightly sampling choices such as cheese and basil skewer and prawns to grilled calamari and juicy oysters.
Wine is abundant and full of choice, offering over 100 bottles and wine by the glass.
Spend the day indulging in a leisurely lunch or delicious dinner with friends, socialising and sharing the pleasures of tapas and wine and French Toast Wine and Tapas Bar in City Bowl.
Tokai Tapas restaurant
Gorgeous by Graham Beck is most definitely elegance dipped in, well, bubbles! This exclusive bar offers flutes, or bottles, of the best champagne and 5 amazing dishes to pair them with. The designer décor exudes chic sophistication. The bubbly bar divine menu offers Saldanha oysters, poached tiger prawns and asparagus and goat’s cheese. The bar is open from 11 am to 10 pm every day of the week.
V and A Waterfront Greek restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Greek Fisherman is in the heart of Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. Diners are treated to traditional Greek and Mediterranean food and hospitality. Encouraged to sit back and relax while taking in the out-of-this-world view of Table Mountain and the bustle of the working harbour, patrons are treated to great friendly service and delicious food.
Best known for its traditional Greek and Mediterranean menu, the restaurant as added a modern twist to some dishes. With a selection wonderful homemade breads, fresh out of the oven, and over twenty five meze and tapas starters to choose from, including Souvlaki (meat skewers served with tzatziki), Spanokopita (spinach and feta parcels) and Atherina (white bait), diners can feast and soak up the lively atmosphere.
The main courses are predominantly fresh fish and seafood dishes, as well as the highest quality meats, all cooked to perfection over and open charcoal fire for an authentic taste sensation. The wine list has something for everyone.
With the motto “food is family, family is life, life is everything” a meal at the Greek Fisherman is a treat to share with the whole family, and one that won’t be forgotten.
City Centre Tapas restaurant
Enjoy delicious and authentic Asian and Chinese cuisine at this popular spot in Cape Town’s buzzing city bowl.Japanese and Chinese chefs skilfully prepare delicacies like dim sum, sushi and flavoursome wok dishes in ample portions for a communal dining experience, making this a great place for a group of friends.The wine list is vast and descriptive, ensuring that diners can easily select the right bottle for the right meal.The setting is carefully lit and features a dark palette and stylish lacquered wood, creating a unique and enjoyable environment.A must-try venue for those who adore Asian cuisine, Haiku is well worth a try.
Durbanville Tapas restaurant
At Hillcrest Restaurant things are kept very relaxed and informal, with an upmarket flare.
Your first step inside this restaurant will make you feel as if you've stepped out of the busy city life, and into an Mediterranean dream! The surrounding hills embrace the small restaurant, tucking it away, making it cosy and comfortable with a spectacular view.
Come enjoy the hearty soups, home-made breads and hot meals during wintertime. With friendly staff, you will feel like you're in the comfort of your own home.
The breathtaking view is stunning especially during summer and it is impossible to pass up the opportunity of spending good solid time with friends and family, sipping fine wines on the welcoming veranda.
Kempton Park Greek restaurant
This vibey restaurant serves up unpretentious, hearty food with a touch of glam. A great, happening atmosphere combines with warm hospitality to ensure a great experience every time. The menu is large and offers something for everyone. Meat, seafood and even veggie dishes flies out the kitchen, freshly prepared with quality ingredients. A great wine list is available.
Durbanville Tapas restaurant
At Ke-monate Wine Bar and Bistro one can enjoy a selection of tapas with friends and family. This Spanish-style cuisine encourages interesting conversation and loads of laughs. Choose a range of tapas, small-dish meals, to try between a group.
Ke-monate also serves bistro-style meals and breakfasts are served from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 12pm. Nibble on a freshly baked muffin or devour the Signal Gun Breakfast of eggs, bacon, chorizo sausage, hash brown, mushrooms, tomato and toast with preserves.
The blackboard displays the daily tapas and specials. Try anything from green curry and homemade pork burgers with bacon and camembert, to our grilled chicken pineapple roasted almond salad and much more.
Our tapas are more South African inspired but still has the spirit of Spain.
Kalk Bay Tapas restaurant
A popular breakfast haunt with sweeping views, Klipkantien serves up great cocktails and simple mouth-watering delights with lovely harbour views and seas.
Serving some of the best tapas around including freshly caught, seared and served Tuna straight from the sea, this small intimate eatery boasts breathtaking views in a simple setting popular with locals.
From hearty breakfasts, delectable tapas and simple sandwiches, salads and pastas to cool cocktails and wines, Klipkantien provides the ideal place to relax and enjoy the cool ocean breeze while sampling finger-licking delights under the shade of the trees.
De Waterkant Greek restaurant
A warm welcome awaits you at this popular Greek eatery in the stylish Cape Quarter.
The decor stays true to the Mediterranean theme with elegant blues and clean whites and adds to the relaxed ambience throughout the restaurant.
A focus on freshness makes for a menu that changes with the seasons so there are new dishes continually added to the standard menu and also the specials board.
Superb Greek food and hospitality await you at Kuzina.
Rosebank Greek restaurant
Kuzina boasts a famous Greek chef – Yiannis Baxevanis, whose creativity and authentic style spill out onto decadent dishes and mouth-watering aromas.
With focus on quality and authenticity, Kuzina embraces exotic international dishes in a warm and welcoming room, typical of Greek family traditions, where families come together around good food and festive celebration.
Visit Kuzina and discover true Greek aromas and famous hospitality in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Knysna Greek restaurant
Located at Knysna waterfront, Limani Blue offers Greek cuisine that compliments a diversity of cooking styles, ingredients and flavours.
Coloured by a unique and colourful history, this eatery refreshes the palate with mouth-watering Greek buffets, decadent deserts and a wonderful setting.
Winner of the Top Restaurants of the Year Award with an impressive fifth award and Southern Cape, Food and Wine Society Award, Limani boasts an impressive reputation and cuisine.
Indulge in a fall of the bone shoulder of Lamb - slow roasted in the oven over-night, seasoned with garlic, fresh oregano, Lemon & Olive oil compliment by smooth glass of wine.
Limani Blue will explode the palate with its voluptuous cuisine in an authentic Greek setting right in the heart of Knysna.
De Waterkant Tapas restaurant
The interior pampers the mood with stylish, intimate surrounds, decked out in concrete, wood, black and neon yellow.
The blackboard menu inspires tasty all day dishes and breakfast options alongside substantial salads, pasta and healthy Lebanese ingredients.
Don’t leave without trying the man’ouche savoury treat comprising a hot flatbread smothered in creamy labneh and za’atar, a zesty Lebanese condiment.
Meals can be enjoyed alongside a small wine list or traditional artisanal Cervejas São Gabriel beer.
Camps Bay Greek restaurant
Mezze is a vibey, trendy restaurant ideally located on the popular, upmarket promenade in Victoria Road, Camps Bay. Here you can experience the best in urban dining and the contemporary food, ambience and feel make this restaurant both relevant and timeless. The cuisine on offer is 'world mezze' and it draws on Middle Eastern and Mediterranean inspiration. The menu offers a variety of olives, cheese, and pitas, as well as traditional Spanish tapas and the freshest dim sums from the East.
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