Western Cape 40 - 60 people Restaurants Western Cape Overview
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City Bowl Japanese restaurant
This awesome sushi place is located in the middle of bustling Cape Town and boasts a simple, uncomplicated interior and a vibrant ambience.
The food is extremely well priced and the menu offers a wide variety of favourite sushi options. Daily and weekly specials are offered and make this the ideal spot for those watching their pockets.
Enjoy delectable California rolls, sashimi, maki, nigiri, fashion sandwiches and the less common inari, gorgeous fillings wrapped in sweet tofu. Beautiful, delicate salmon and tuna roses are, of course, also available.
The balcony is covered with a bedouin tent so you can enjoy your favourite Japanese cuisine in any weather. Be sure to watch out for the regular 'all you can eat' specials - a rare indulgence that has to be tried.
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.
Cape Town Japanese restaurant
Asu-Ma is a traditional Japanese restaurant that serves a niche market in the midst of bustling Cape Town. The restaurant reflects Japanese culture by combining a peaceful interior, a great ambience and fresh flavourful dishes that speak for themselves.
All food is prepared as you watch when you order. The open kitchen and sushi bar adds to the traditional feel.
Here you can enjoy sushi that bursts with flavour and an amosphere that does the same. Ideal for socializing with a group of friends, it will be an experience to remember.
Camps Bay South African restaurant
Barocca offers a trendy, bustling environment in the ideal setting in Camps Bay. The restaurant is stylish yet family friendly and the atmosphere is utterly relaxing and unpretentious.
The menu has something for everyone, from spicy hot wings with a blue cheese dipping sauce and fish and chips with traditional mushy peas to pastas, burgers and steaks. Try the delicious pasta Neapolitan, spaghetti in a rich tomato and herb sauce with ripped basil and parmesan cheese or hearty pork sausages with mash potato and caramelized onion gravy.
Three big screen TVs cater for sport lovers and with ice cold beers and an awesome deck for sundowners, it proves to be a place for the relaxed diner. A nice kiddies menu is on offer and while the little ones enjoy chicken fingers, fries and spaghetti, you can opt to share a delicious cheese platter and a cocktail, all the while watching the sun set over the Atlantic.
Sea Point Italian restaurant
This cosy Italian restaurant serves up hearty food in big portions. This is the place to socialize over a glass of wine while enjoying food that is made to your taste.
At the heart of any Italian restaurant are the pizzas and pastas and here it is no different. Choose from a wide variety of toppings and combinations, and be sure to wash it down with a good glass of vino.
The restaurant is unpretentious but warm and inviting and the service is usually excellent. The Italian spirit sines through and in just a few minutes you will feel like family.
If it is big portions, affordable prices, and down to earth good food you want, pay Bella Italia a visit.
Table View Sushi restaurant
This quaint, yet modern sushi spot offers delicious treats for the discerning diner. With typical Japanese flavours, Bica Sushi Bar definitely pulls out all the stops to ensure a pleasant dining experience.
Enjoy traditional favourites like California rolls, maki, nigiri and fashion sandwiches in a vibrant location in this popular centre. The freshest produce is used to create the little pieces of art and every order comes with the usual ginger, soya sauce and wasabi.
Expect fast service and great-tasting Eastern flavours that is surprisingly affordable.
The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 9 am until 7 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am until 5 pm.
City Bowl Indian restaurant
Fine dining and amazing Indian cuisine meet at this beautiful upmarket restaurant in Cape Town. Treat yourself to a luxurious night out and experience the elegant, yet opulent interior, great service and delicious food.
The menu offers traditional starters like spiced lamb kebabs with yogurt and mint, chargrilled Karoo lamb chops and an assorted kebab platter, while more exotic choices include tandoori salmon and green mango flavoured line fish. Must-tries for mains are the lamb shanks in saffron curry and the slow-cooked, pot-roasted Karoo lamb with dried spices.
Vegetarians are definitely not forgotten and for every dish that contains meat, there is one that doesn't. Try cottage cheese dumplings and green pea curry, or apricot and potato cakes with yogurt and sweet chutney.
The dessert menu doesn't fail to impress and offers a wide variety of options, from plain ice cream to a mouthwatering mango and yogurt cheesecake.
Enjoy an authentic, yet modern Indian experience at Bombay Brasserie.
Franschhoek Continental restaurant
Boschendal Wine Farm offers the perfect solution for a laid back family lunch that doesn’t require having to keep the kids tamed at an indoor table. The establishment’s Le Pique Nique area allows visitors a picnic style lunch with a basket filled with delicious delicacies.
With the beauty of Stellenbosch as a backdrop, the wine farm ambience and the ideally shaded area under the fragrant pine trees, a summer’s day picnic lunch is the ideal way to spend time in the Cape wine -lands.
The wicker baskets boast a selection of pates, French bread, cold meats, cheese and biscuits. The Boschendal wine list is also available and offers a selection of the farm’s finest wines. And just to ensure that one’s Boschendal picnic experience is absolutely perfect, coffee and dessert are served from the gazebo. The deli also caters for children.
The picnic baskets are catered for at a flat rate per head and booking is essential.
The estate also has a café (Le Café) and a buffet restaurant (Boschendal Le Restaurant).
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.
Stellenbosch Italian restaurant
The Vines is an Italian wine bar and eatery that combines a traditional Italian feel with modern, innovative food and decor. The food is typically Italian and reminds of home cooking every time. Try a gorgeous pasta with a sauce of your choice or a simple sarmie made with freshly baked foccaccia. Pair any dish on the menu with an authentic Italian or South African wine, or even a potent grappa. The popular Dalla Cia Grappa is served as a digestive, as a caffe’ corretto, as ice cream, or even as a Grappa tasting dessert menu.
Stellenbosch Indian restaurant
If it’s an Indian fix that needs satisfying while visiting scenic Stellenbosch, then Bukhara is the obvious choice. Conveniently situated at centre of town, Bukhara is a stylish restaurant that offers a selection of North Indian cuisine.
The restaurant chain is consistent with its upmarket and vibey atmosphere. The trade mark open kitchen allows guests to be privy to the making of their meal as well and serves as a source of background entertainment.
The menu has a good variety, including South African game options and caters for the carnivores and vegetarians alike. Expect authentic, traditional Indian food: Butter Chicken, Garlic Naan and Mango ice cream. The Kashmiri style kebabs cooked over hot coals is a restaurant speciality and a must try.
The exotic Indian dining experience is rounded off with a few dishes with interesting flavours to entice the adventurous palate and a notable wine list.
Hermanus Breakfast restaurant
The Café at Hubbard’s Cupboard finds itself in a pretty little nursery in the sea-side town of Hermanus. The café offers its guests a tranquil setting for recharging one’s batteries with a light meal after a bout of sight seeing or shopping.
The restaurant is sunny and has a lovely look out onto the nursery. It is a cosy spot for a small celebration like a baby shower or kitchen tea.
The menu offers all the coffee shop favourites ranging from health breakfasts, light meals like quiche and other tea time treats like muffins, scones and cakes.
The restaurant also sells homemade preserves, biscotti or shortbread. Other items for sale include pastries and olives.
Goodwood Coffee Shop restaurant
Cafe Fino is a modern, vibey coffee shop and restaurant that offers a wide variety of fusion food dishes. This upmarket establishment uses fresh ingredients to maximize flavours and quality.
Breakfast include the traditional options as well as variations like eggs benedict and the all-time favourite, steak, egg and chips. Healthier options are also on offer and include muesli, yogurt, fruit salad and avo on rye.
Apart from sandwiches, wraps and salads, Cafe Fino also has a range pastas and exciting dishes like the beef trinchado pot pie, Thai fish cakes and rump steak for the really ravenous.
Cafe Fino offers something for everyone and promises a satisfying experience that is affordable as well.
City Bowl Asian restaurant
Try delectable Asian fusion cuisine in this trendy but comfortable restaurant in the bustling City Bowl area.
The interior is invigorating and funky with Andy Warhol-inspired prints of the infamous and famous Mao and Monroe. This visual feast is greatly complemented by extremely flavourful food assembled in original, well-presented dishes.
The dishes come with a variety of 'chilli factors' and if you're a lover of hot stuff, you will enjoy the Chilli Lime Beef - a word of warning though, it is not for the faint-hearted.
Service is quick, attentive and personalized and the owner is hands-on and extremely hospitable and friendly.
If it is strong flavours and upbeat surroundings you are looking for, Mao is the place to visit. Whether you are in the mood for a quick meal or a lengthy, social get-together, you will not be dissappointed.
Mao is open from 12 pm for lunch and dinner.
City Bowl Halaal restaurant
Cafe Zorina is bathed in understatement as you walk in the door. The interior is simple, yet elegant, but unpretentious. The main point is that the restaurant serves Halaal foods, and specializes in it.
The restaurant is a popular venue for business meetings because of its atmosphere and quality produce. Breakfast and lunch is served and guests have a choice between lighter meals and some of the more filling Indian dishes.
Here you will be able to have a laid-back lunch right in the middle of Cape Town. They serve quality food at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant is open from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm during the week, and closes at 2:30 pm on Saturdays.
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