Stellenbosch Contemporary restaurant
De Kaggel is a beautiful, unique restaurant in Stellenbosch and offers a warm, friendly environment with an ambience second to none. The food here bursts with flavour and combines wholesomeness and heartiness with a serious touch of gourmet.
The menu is extensive and caters for all tastes. Apart from burgers, pizzas, sandwiches and seafood, the restaurant also specializes in delicious vegetarian cuisine that takes the 'boring' out of veggies.
The huge fireplace is the centrepiece and infuses the area with Old World charm. Indoor and outdoor seating is available and families are welcome.
The venue regularly shows off local South African talent, and with awesome live music, great cuisine and hospitality that will make you feel at home, it definitely has a recipe for success.
Century City Contemporary restaurant
Primi Piatti is known all over for its great tasting food, good quality produce, bustling, trendy atmosphere and attentive service.
The menu offers a wide variety of options and caters for all tastes. Diners can enjoy unique pizzas and pastas, large gourmet burgers for the really hungry and tasty salads with a modern twist.
A great breakfast menu ensures a good start to your day with dishes like the Melt In Your Mouth Croissant served with jam and grated cheese and the Morning Glory Muffin topped with a beef sausage patty, a poached egg, white cheddar cheese and barbecue sauce.
Primi makes life easy for the parents with a lifestyle by providing the Primi Pods menu, perfect for a hungry sprog.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in a modern, vibey setting in the middle of Canal Walk Shopping Centre.
Cape Town Contemporary restaurant
This exclusive restaurant in Cape Town is an upmarket retreat for all discerning diners out there. Part of this restaurant's success story is head chef Alex, who has travelled the world and cooked for celebrities such as Bono, Sean Combs and Bruce Willis. The menu is a feast, even if only for the eyes. It offers dishes like beetroot carpaccio, topped with apples, fennel, pine nuts and feta cheese and beef tartare, hand cut and seasoned with rocket pesto and parmesan. Springbok medallions on a bed of herb polenta and blueberry jus and the braised lamb shank served with apricot cous cous and pine nuts are two signature dishes here. Sides include tomato and red onion salsa, steamed vegetables and even truffle mash. Try a decadent nutella chocolate mousse or an indulgent chocolate fondant for dessert.
Clifton Contemporary restaurant
This laid-back, yet sophisticated restaurant is situated on the popular Clifton shore and provides unique experience when it comes to food, ambience and location. A world-class setting, rivalled by very few, will transport you to the distant echoes of your dream life.
The deck allows you breathtaking views of the 12 Apostles, Lion's Head and the Clifton beachfront. The interior is an eclectic, perfect mix of clean, light breezy colours and opulent baroque-style fittings complete with ornate chandeliers. Outside the 'beach bungalow' feel will envoke the spirit of the ocean and a cool splash pool reminds you that no expense was spared creating this not-so-humble abode.
The menu offers everything from a light lunch to sushi to gorgeous dinners. The cuisine is modern and imaginative and the food looks too good to eat at times.
Try the Namibian Crab Claw Tempura, crispy tempura batter with a chilli and lemon sauce, or the Line Fish Carpaccio comprising just that with lemon zest and Italian parsley gremolata. The zucchini and tomato fritters are also must-tries. Succulent lamb cutlets perfectly grilled with thyme and rosemary lemon salt and the Venison of the day in their secret basting sauce will not disappoint.
End your 'experience' (cause that's what it is) with a decadent chocolate ganache torte with mixed berry ice cream or the luscious and fresh vanilla yogurt panacotta.
More we cannot say. You are sure to enjoy this one.
V and A Waterfront Contemporary restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The menu at Time-Out Cafe has been designed with the intention of serving business people who are on the go, as well as the more leisurely shoppers and tourists who frequent Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. The restaurant is in the Breakwater Lodge, part of the Protea Hotel group. With stunning views of Table Mountain and the harbour, it is very convenient, and even offers patrons free and easy parking right outside – a rarity in the area!
For the busy businessmen the chef has designed a section of the menu where “salads-in-a-second” and “meals-in-a-minute” are prepared using the freshest and finest ingredients, and with speed as the essence. For those patrons with a little more time on their hands, the a la carte menu has a distinctly South African flavour.
The Time-Out Cafe is elegantly relaxed. The decor is funky, without being pretentious, and the restaurant is patronised by a distinctly diverse crowd, ranging from businessmen and women to tourists, from professional shoppers to those looking for somewhere to sit back and relax while feasting on a delicious meal and a thirst quenching cocktail.
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.
Did you know? Western Cape Restaurants is often misspelt. Here are some variations:
Wes Kaap Restaurants,
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