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Green Point Asian restaurant
Set within the trendy suburb of Green Point, Bamboo Asian Fusion offers a unique setting where diners indulge on succulent sushi off the bodies of naked women.
The interior adds an air of sophistication and seductiveness to the experience, with low ambient lighting in the form of paper lanterns, floral designs, latticed screens and original bamboo flooring soothed by ambient house music.
If naked sushi exceeds your appetite, then try the delicious dishes off the menu starting with appetizers such as Prawn Toast, Spring Rolls, Dumplings and Soups. Mains include Asian Green or Red Curry, Seared Salmon, Galangai Fillet and a selection of Wok Dishes.
Conclude your meal with a heavenly dessert.
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.
Plattekloof Sushi restaurant
Bluefin restaurant in Plattekloof specializes in high quality seafood and sushi dishes and an extensive menu that caters for all tastes.
The interior is relaxed and modern, classy and leek and the ambience is vibrant and energetic.
All your favourites can be found on the sushi menu, including California rolls, Fashion Sandwiches, Maki rolls, Salmon roses and much more. The chef creates his own speciality rolls, many of which are exclusive to the restaurant. These include rainbow rolls, the spicy firecracker rolls and decadent tuna crunch rolls.
Should you not be a sushi lover, the menu offers many other options like line fish with sweet potato mash or veggies or chips, various calamari dishes including Cajun calamari, peri-peri calamari and even Thai green calamari.
Watch out for the regular all-you-can-eat specials. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 10 am until midnight.
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.
Cape Town Asian restaurant
Based on the traditional Korean barbecue, with a touch of Western flavour, Galbi Restaurant brings forth flavours from Korea that remains highly popular.
Located in Long Street, easily accessible, diners frequent this eatery to indulge in meat cooked at your own table paired with delicious side dishes.
Grill your steaks, fillets, rump and game on a small grill at your table and pair your chosen cut with delicious baked tofu, garlic bread, summer salads sprinkled with distinct Korean flavour.
Green Point Sushi restaurant
Leaf Sushi, located along Hospital Street is a grand dining experience set over 3 dining choices.
If you enjoy the fresh openness and lovely views of alfresco dining, savour a cocktail on the terrace scattered with tables and chairs, and a handy rain cover for less perfect weather.
Downstairs sees sushi in the making as the sushi bar hosts an orchestral performance in perfect view of diners paired with relaxed music.
For a grand dining experience dine upstairs enjoyed by pleasant views and delightful morsels of sushi for a more secluded experience.
Whether you seek a relaxed evening, or a night of mystery and magic, Leaf Sushi seduces with lovely views and exotic Asian cuisine.
Bergvliet Sushi restaurant
Rock Sushi Thai serves fresh and delectable Thai cuisine and the freshest sushi. The chefs are carefully chosen to ensure all customers feast on the tastiest dishes. The modern interior creates a modern and sociable atmosphere and the service is always excellent. Takeaways are available.
Monday to Saturday: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm;
Sundays:6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Swellendam Country restaurant
Cape Culture meets Belgian Flair...
Experience food prepared with personal care and a passion for excellence! Your chef and hostess, Sabine, is Belgian and will personally ensure bourgondisch portions. Enjoy your meal and the superb service in an inviting ambience of the classic Cape-Dutch homestead, Zanddrift.
The restaurant is open on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 09h00 until the last guest leaves; it is open om Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 09h00 to 18h00; and Thursday the restaurant is closed.
Sabine has opened and owned two busy restaurants in Swellendam which are still running successfully, and then opened Sabine’s Drostdy Restaurant on the 1 August 2010.
As a Swellendam resident for 22 years already, Sabine’s two great passions are food and Swellendam. She fulfills both these passions in the her capacity as the owner of Sabine’s, which offers both the Swellendam market as well as all its visitors a dining experience to indulge in and a tourism product for Swellendam to be proud of.
The menu offers tantalizing meals which could be served either outside while enjoying the most fantastic views, or, weather depending, in the homely atmosphere inside with a beckoning fire in the open fireplace. Fresh country air, flair and the finest food are what it's all about. The extensive wine list boasts a variety of wines from the area.
Gardens Asian restaurant
This trendy hotspot in Kloof Street, Gardens brings the taste of the Orient to Cape Town.
The elegant Vietnamese menu tinged Japanese influences provides a colourful and orchestral explosion of taste and flavours.
For starters try the grilled chicken skewers or do-it-yourself lettuce wraps layered with prawns, fresh herbs, noodles and sweet chilli sauce.
Popular main courses such as the chicken cashew nuts, spicy beef basil with chilli sauce and the battered Saigon ginger fish tantalize and come with a selection rice or noodles.
Desert pleases with Saigon's exotic deep-fried ice cream – a melt in the mouth batter casting filled with ice cream then served with their honey syrup.
The ambiance beckons relaxation and indulgence flanked by magnificent views of Table Mountain!
Claremont Sushi restaurant
Silhouetted by the bold backdrop of Table Mountain, Salushi serves long lazy lunches and relaxing dinners flavoured with authentic noodle dishes and spectacular grills and Sushi.
With an enclosed outdoor area warmed by heaters, enchanting fairy lights and a relaxing lounge for sipping unwinding cocktails, Salushi refreshes the palate with delectable choices such as Chicken Strips Wok Seared in a Malay coconut style curry sauce, vegetables and fresh chilli.
To round off your meal, indulge in the ultimate melt-in-the-mouth desert, Lindt Chocolate & Almond Spring rolls followed by a Wild Berry Mojito dressed in lime wedges muddled then built tall with mint, Spiced Gold, strawberry puree, crème de cassis, crushed ice and soda.
Salushi refreshes the palate with authentic dishes, refreshing cocktails and decadent deserts in a relaxed, welcoming setting flattered by the dramatic scenery of Table Mountain.
Strand Sushi restaurant
This authentic Japanese restaurant offers a great, unique experience to diners looking for Eastern flavours in a contemporary but relaxed setting. The location is ideal as it ensures that all ingredients are as fresh as can be.
The master sushi chef can be justifiably called a craftsman as he fuses the flavours of specialized Japanese rice, fish and other flavours into culinary delights.
Enjoy maki, nigiri, sushi, fashion sandwiches, and if you're lucky, some of the chef's own specialities. All dishes are served with the usual soya sauce, ginger and wasabi. Other Asian cuisine can also be enjoyed here and dishes include a variety of soups, spring rolls, chop suey, Shanghai beef, the sweet and sour varieties and many more.
Contemporary, fashionable and just plain great cuisine are the signatures of this restaurant.
Cape Town Asian restaurant
Exuding a trendy but warm ambiance, diners soak the casual chic setting infused with creative blends of Asian spices and modern presentation.
Expect dishes that appeal to every palate, from noodles, sushi to salad and woks fries, this trendy setting is perfect for lunch or dinner.
Gardens Asian restaurant
Remaining true to Japan, the Japanese themes and traditional paintings create an air of authenticity, complimented by well-known sushi dishes and chef’s specialties.
Dine alfresco or relax in the more formal dining room. If sushi beacons, then enjoy a casual dining experience at the sushi counter flanked by colourful dishes and décor.
The Asian menu focuses on curries, stir-fries and noodles, or traditional favourites such as the sizzling beef on a hotplate or the chicken with cashew nuts.
Try the popular steamed or pan-fried dumplings available in prawn, pork, and spicy or vegetarian options.
The chef’s specialties come highly recommended or the red duck curry or Peking duck with pancakes rounded off with banana and chocolate spring rolls.
Mouille Point Asian restaurant
‘Wafu’ means The Asian Way and what more could they offer in terms of beauty, taste and perfection when they already have it all.
Wakame’s breathtaking views span from the old lighthouse, across to Table Bay taking in the best views of Cape Town and Robbin Island.
Dine in total comfort and idyllic surrounds watching Whales surface for air or Dolphins playfully diving, even Yachts elegantly chasing the wind all this while dining on a fusion of Pacific rim blends touched with a hint of French and Western influences.
Young innovate chefs embrace the art of Asian cuisine dressing the menu in an assortment of fresh sushi, dim sum, meat, and fish and poultry dishes.
Dine alfresco on the raised wooden decks pampered by the view or within the beautiful warmth of cherry inlays, green tea antique walls, cherry counters, all contrasted by 3 meter long fish tanks.
Wafu Wakame welcomes an exotic and beautifully tranquil dining experience set in perfect location lingering with perfect blends of fusion cuisine.
Durbanville Sushi restaurant
This beautiful, authentic Japanese restaurant is situated smack bang in the middle of Durbanville and surrounds and serves up abundant flavours and traditional, tasty cuisine.
Try the salmon roses with kewpie mayonnaise or the beef with a smooth black bean sauce. The prawn tempura is not to be missed either.
A wide range of sushi is available and the usual maki, nigiri, fashion sandwiches, California rolls, hand rolls and much more is available to choose from. Watch out for the all-you-can-eat sushi nights - a bargain and a feast.
The interior is warm and inviting, and at the same time, stylish; the layout allows you to watch while the Japanese master chef prepares your meal with skill and grace.
For dessert, have the decadent deep fried banana with ice cream or a delicious cup of authentic Jasmine tea.
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