V and A Waterfront Chinese restaurant
V and A Waterfront
A Fu Asian Take-Away brings a true Eastern flavour to the V & A Waterfront. This small outlet is owner-run and, as with most little gems like this, plenty of flavour and passion is put into the cuisine.
Enjoy traditional Chinese favourites like chow mein, chop suey, sweet and sour chicken, beef and pork or, as a lighter alternative, a delectable Chinese soup. For those with more adventurous taste buds, try the smoky chilli-beef noodles with peanuts.
The food is traditional, flavourful, and very affordable and if you are looking for a quick, hassle-free takeaway that does not lack in the quality department, be sure to give A Fu a try.
Cape Town Kurdish restaurant
Kick back in the restaurant sampling traditional Kurdish dishes surrounded by authentic décor and ambiance.
The menu caters breakfast, lunch and dinners, offering unusual and less familier choices that brim with taste and flavour.
Try a Kurdish breakfast laden with a boiled egg, beef sausage, fried tomato, feta cheese, black olives and bread with jam. The Mesopotamia breakfast offers fried eggs with cheese on toasted pita bread. A health breakfast, consisting of fruit salad with yoghurt, nuts and honey, or a selection of croissants can also be ordered if you are a little less adventurous.
Light snacks come in a number of choices and lunchtime or evening dishes with a wide selection. Pizza can be enjoyed with a twist sampling the Pides (Kurdish pizza) and include vegetable, cheese, chicken, lamb as well as lamb, feta and spinach.
Main course dishes such as Iskender (roast lamb on layered pide bread), lamb guvech (lamb cooked with spiced chilli and spinach) and the exotic lamb curry secure an authentic taste of the Middle East.
Round off your meal with tradition desserts such as the oven sutlach (creamy rice pudding) or oven baklava with imported pistachio and walnuts, served with ice-cream or yoghurt.
Relax after dinner enjoying a shisha in the lounge or experience authentic belly dancing or related shows in the inter-leading theatre.
Baron’s Restaurant is a delightful, authentic and mouthwatering experience.
Stellenbosch Chinese restaurant
At Hayashi in Stellenbosch you will find everything you look for in an authentic Chinese restaurant and sushi bar. With great hospitality, a friendly atmosphere and good food Hayashi continues to draw locals and tourists alike.
The menu boasts typical Chinese cuisine and you can have a go at all the traditional favourites; spring rolls, a variety of soups, sweet and sour pork, chop suey and the ever popular crispy duck.
An extensive sushi menu is also available and California rolls, maki, hand rolls, rainbow rolls and fresh rolls are available with prawn, tuna, salmon and even eel. Try your hand at the delicious salmon or prawn and salmon roses - delightful.
Be sure to enquire about the all-you-can-eat sushi nights - Japanese delicacies at your fingertips without a hole in your pocket.
Claremont Chinese restaurant
This traditional Chinese restaurant is warm and inviting, with that extra special Chinese flair. Stark contrasting blacks and reds, paper lanterns and fortune cookies on the counters turn this space into Mainland China.
Something to try is their stunning buffet, complete with chow mein, chop suey, egg fried rice, spring rolls, and all the other popular favourites when it comes to Chinese cuisine.
The restaurant also offers dim sums and their sushi menu is quite comprehensive with the regular maki, nigiri, sashimi, hand rolls and fashion sandwiches......and more.
With a great ambience, great value for money and great food that is prepared with passion, Mainland China definitely is a super power.
Cape Town Kurdish restaurant
The décor swoons heavily draped tapestries, kelms and woven carpets lit by pretty coloured lampshades and plump cushions scattered around low copper tables.
Relax, kick back and soak up the ambiance enjoying wine from the extensive wine list and delighs such as lahana (cabbage leaves stuffed with mussels, spicy rice, nuts, currants and cinnamon) and kizartma (fried brinjal with green pepper, baby marrow and garlic yoghurt) are fabulous, as is puree (potato with chicken fillet breast, spring onion and garlic).
Experience that taste of Kurdish tradition at Mesopotamia Kurdish Restaurant.
Monte Vista Chinese restaurant
This Chinese outlet in Monte Vista is everything that is good about Chinese food - unpretentious, flavourful, colourful and authentic. Yellow River offers value-for-money meals to hungry diners.
The food is plain and simple but definitely does not lack in the flavour department. Expect the usual chow mein with chicken, beef or pork, chop suey with the same and, of course, ta definite favourite the sweet and sour chicken or pork.
The spring rolls are delightful and crispy, filled with tasty vegetable stir fry, and all the sides, including traditional fried rice are just as they should be.
The restaurant is open from Mondays to Saturdays for lunch and dinner and is not licensed.
Restaurants near Western Cape
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Sutherland South African restaurant
Sutherland(41.2 km from Western Cape)
Cluster d’Hote serves quality cuisine that is mainly traditional with a hint of the exotic. Karoo-style dishes make their way out the kitchen and specialities include the lamb shank, lamb chops and the beef fillet. The menu changes according to the ingredients available, and the locally sourced produce ensures flavours not easily matched. Treat yourself in Sutherland, viit Cluster d'Hote.
Sutherland Light Meals restaurant
Sutherland(41.2 km from Western Cape)
A playful play on words turns Halley se Komeet (Halley's Comet) into Halley Se Kom Eet (Halley says come eat). The restaurant is situated in the middle of Sutherland, the town that hosts SALT (Southern African Large Telescope). Karoo friendliness permeates this little eatery and the food is wholesome and homemade. Light meals are served and the breakfasts are really a treat. Typical Karoo sausage, meat and free-range produce is used, making the quality top notch. Don't expect frills and fuss, just good, hearty food.
Matjiesfontein South African restaurant
Matjiesfontein(78.3 km from Western Cape)
This historic hotel building is situated in the railway town of Matjiesfontein, amidst tranquil Karoo gardens. Here you can enjoy traditional South African favourites, all well prepared and nicely presented. The menu is varied and offers fillet steak, stews, lamb chops and much more. A good wine list is also available. Choose to enjoy your meal in the atmospheric dining room, or outside in the beautiful courtyard.
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