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- Cape Malay
- 40 - 60 people
- Pub Meals
- Wine Farm
- 100 - 150 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.
Century City Seafood restaurant
Cape Town Fish Market is definitely part of the South African vocabulary by now and this family friendly franchise continues to serve up hearty dishes at reasonable prices.
Diners can enjoy great seafood, and a wide variety of it, cooked to their preference. Amazing sushi options are also available and the restaurant even offers take away sushi platters to enjoy at home.
Try the stacked Dorado with prawns, spinach, feta, sun-dried tomatoes and olive tapenade or the simpler, but equally tasty crayfish with lemon butter. For the non fish eater there are options like tender sirloin steak and delicious lamb cutlets. Top this off with a bottle of your favourite wine and a melt-in-your-mouth sticky toffee pudding with ice cream and you are sure to leave satisfied.
Cape Town Fish Market ensures a great dining experience that tends to suit the pocket.
Century City Seafood restaurant
Jimmy's Killer Prawns combines an electric atmosphere with delectable seafood and affordable prices. Situated almost smack bang in the middle of Canal Walk, the restaurant feeds off the bustling shopping crowd and atmosphere around it.
A variety of menu options are available, from traditional fish and chips and spicy prawn curry to the amazing seafood combos. Try the Mozambican Platter with nine medium prawns, peri-peri chicken livers and prego chicken strips or hang out with the Millionaire's Platter with crayfish, two king prawns, six queen prawns, 12 medium prawns, calamari, line fish, mussels and squid heads.
A really awesome feature is the 'Create a Table' option. Choose a few of the 24 delicious starters and mix and match according to taste.
Top this all off with a killer cocktail like a fuzzy navel or a cuba libre and your experience will be complete.
Port Elizabeth Seafood restaurant
John Dory's specialises in seafood, offering a wide variety of fish, shellfish, calamari, and sushi, as well as a variety of meat, poultry and vegetarian dishes. The atmosphere is family friendly and the portions are generous and affordable.
The restaurant has a main menu, a kids' menu, and a wine menu. Great seafood platters are available for the ravenous guest or for parties to share. Diners can also make up their own party platters with sushi, sandwiches, maki, nigiri and California rolls. A creative sushi train is available on the children's menu.
It is the perfect place for enjoying a family outing with delicious seafood and refreshing wines.
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.
V and A Waterfront Seafood restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Ocean Basket is a popular South African restaurant offering hearty, fresh seafood at affordable prices. The extensive menu caters for all tastes, and even for the little ones. All main meals come with either stir fry, rice, chips or salad.
The fun, vibrant kids’ meals like ‘Mermaids Calamari Rings’ and ‘Captain Hook’s Prawns’ will make sure your brood is satisfied and healthy. There are also great seafood platters on offer and mouth-watering sushi, maki, sashimi and fashion sandwiches.
Somerset West Pub Meals restaurant
This typical Irish-style establishment is situated on the Erinvale Estate and offers a relaxed, kick-off-your-shoes environment. Right next door is a pool next to which guests can enjoy one of the creative cocktails on a summer evening.
Skelligs offers an extensive menu and one of the more creative dishes is the blue fig steak, succulent steak topped with a rich blue cheese sauce and finished with sliced preserved figs. Be sure to try the lamb chops as well, four cutlets in a classic red wine jus.
For the less adventurous palate there are traditional favourites to choose from such as the grilled line fish, the pasta of the day, a delicious steak and Guinnes pie, hearty bangers and mash (just like mum made it) and even a Cape Malay chicken curry.
Enjoy a festive atmosphere, friendly service and great, hearty food that is reasonably priced at Skelligs.
City Bowl Pub Meals restaurant
Tjing Tjing is a truly unique establishment in the heart of Cape Town and is literally a rooftop bar. Occupying the space of an old attic in a 200-year-old building, Tjing Tjing's interior is filled with wooden tones. A lot of Asian influences can be found in the décor and all the furnishings and fittings combine to make you feel right at home in an other-worldly space.
Tjing Tjing serves a variety of classic cocktails, awesome beers on tap and also has an extensive wine list. The small but well thought out tapas menu offers sticky Asian-glazed pork belly skewers , cheese & charcuterie boards, risotto balls, cheesy quesadillas, steak rolls and a few other irresistable indulgences.
Indie and electronic music permeate this beautiful space and creates an ambience not easily forgotten.
Tjing Tjing is open Tuesdays to Fridays from 4 pm until late and Saturdays from 6.30 pm until late. Private, exclusive bookings can be made on Monday nights.
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