Table Mountain National Park Fusion restaurant
Table Mountain National Park
Along Chapman’s Peak’s curves and bends, out of sight and nestled in secluded splendor, the Atlantic Restaurant wines and dines in what is arguably the most beautiful location in Cape Town.
Resting in the lush Milkwood forest, with views spanning across Hout Bay, the ocean and Sentinel Peak, diners soak up the tranquil atmosphere soothed by lapping waves and seasonal breaching Whales.
The décor whispers elegance and sumptuous luxury, set in the natural wonders of land and sea.
The menu pamper with a myriad of dishes such as ratatouille with buffalo mozzarella and pesto, roasted pepper soup that captures every spice and flavour, and a blissful yellowtail with leek cream sauce.
Atlantic Restaurant captures the beauty, elegance and un-spoilt setting that will make dining at this establishment an unforgettable experience.
Restaurants near Table Mountain National Park
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Hout Bay Fine Dining restaurant
Hout Bay (3.1 km from Table Mountain National Park)
Enjoy a three- or five-course menu at Tintswalo Atlantic's restaurant, open for the public and not exclusive to guests. Specialities on the menu include ratatouille with buffalo mozzarella and pesto, and line fish with a leek cream sauce. A great wine selection is on offer and you will be able to pair every dish. Enjoy breathtaking scenery on the Atlantic coast while savouring gourmet cuisine in an ambient setting.
Hout Bay European restaurant
Hout Bay (3.8 km from Table Mountain National Park)
Relax, kick back and enjoy the warm inviting atmosphere softened by sparkling chandeliers, scattered cushions and sexy sounds. Deli Delish wraps the palate in exotic flavours infused with a traditional twist.
Enjoy sumptuous home cooked foods that pay homage to the roots of flavour and taste, real Moroccan chicken tagine, traditional Malay curries and smooth classic creations of Oxtail and Venison stew.
Signature dishes such as Deli Delish Greek-style lamb burger or prosciutto wrapped fillet and tiger prawns with mango and chilli relish, intoxicate the senses cooled by a glass of boutique white wine harvested straight from 4 of the 7 wine estates in Hout Bay.
With a European ambience spilling out onto pavements shaded by the cool warmth of Fisca trees, patrons enjoy delectable imported or cured meats and cheeses served with freshly baked breads dressed in speciality condiments and pates.
Whether dining alfresco, indulging in delightful combinations or enjoying lazy days savouring homely breakfasts, Deli Delish promises a warm and memorable dining experience that revitalises the soul.
Hout Bay Mexican restaurant
Hout Bay (3.9 km from Table Mountain National Park)
Delight your taste buds with wholesome hearty food in a relaxed intimate setting distinctly Mexican. The colourful lighting and authentic memorabilia blended with funky tunes transports you to the lively back streets of Mexico.
Aromatic spices dressed with vivid colours and flavours tantalise your taste buds with an abundance of margarita and tequila to put out the flames for those brave enough to sample the chilli on tap.
Seating just 22 patrons inside - this hip and happening tequila shrine offers great value for money and starter portions large enough to pass around the table.
On balmy summer days, laze around beneath the old El Dinal by the river while satisfying your palette with tacos, burritos, enchiladas and temptingly delicious frozen margaritas.
Hout Bay Italian restaurant
Hout Bay (4 km from Table Mountain National Park)
Trattoria Luigi serves two of Italy’s most famous culinary delights, pizza and pasta including a range of meat and fish dishes.
Inside you will find cosy dining dressed in red, green and white napery illuminated by flickering candle lights and characterful wall pictures that add a sense of history and old world charm to the room.
Enjoy dining al-fresco or linger in the cosy dining rooms while flavouring the wafer thin slices of beef topped with mushrooms, parmesan shavings and rocket, dressed with olive oil, lemon sauce and black pepper for starters followed by angel hair pasta with smoked salmon, tomato, chopped onion a hint of chilli finished with a touch of cream. Round off your meal with a velvety warm mousse served with savoiardi biscuits and delectable vintage wine.
Trattoria Luigi’s laid-back ambience is a well-known destination for tourists and celebrities alike who enjoy the traditional fare and bustling vibe of Naples.