Western Cape Restaurants Western Cape Overview
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Cape Town Continental restaurant
Avron is a bustling venue and caters for small to medium size functions. The restaurant can hold 100 people for dinner, birthday functions, and other special occasions. The capacity goes up to 250 for cocktail functions. The restaurant has a contemporary feel and is family friendly. A great selection of sushi is also available. Avron is open for lunch from 10 am until 3 pm and for dinner from 5 pm until 10.30 pm.
Kenilworth Caribbean restaurant
Relax in true Caribbean style, sipping Pina Coladas while savouring delectable starters of Coco Loco Hoppin' Jons (Jalapeno chillies stuffed with feta, crumbed and deep-fried) enjoying the laid back vibe tropical atmosphere.
With a large garden and cosy restaurant, Banana Jam Café serves authentic Caribbean tastes lit by a roaring fire and enchanting night-lights while dining outside. With Jamican BBQ’s in the summer and a buzzing atmosphere, patrons can enjoy fast service with friendly attentive staff.
Rated by locals as the best Banana Jam burgers in town with the largest rum collection in the country; Banana Jam Café is your suburban island escape to the breezy shores of the Caribbean.
Stanford Continental restaurant
The food at Blue Gum Restaurant is classic and simple, yet exciting, emphasizing the basics. Wholesome, fresh ingredients and produce and quality sauces and stocks. Blue Gum creates food that looks exceptional and tastes amazing.
The chef and the staff always strive to make meals memorable. Excellent cuisine, discreet service and pleasant atmosphere are top most priorities. Wines that both compliment the food and excite the taste buds are recommended with every meal, thus allowing visitors to explore and discover more about South African wines.
Blue Gum has an imaginative cellar of great South African wines and concentrates especially on wines of the surrounding Stanford and Hermanus areas.
Constantia Continental restaurant
Simply stunning views and a fabulous three to five course menu accompanied by great wines have earned Buitenverwachting Restaurant the position as one of Cape Town’s finest for many years. Relaxed and elegant, traditional and contemporary, it lives up to the meaning of its name “Beyond Expectations”.
Chef Edgar passionately invents innovative dishes to entice his patrons to an incredible and sensual dining adventure. A la carte and set menus are daily available for lunch. The menus change often and offer sophisticated fare, using only the finest produce sourced locally and internationally.
During the summer months you can indulge in a pre-booked summer picnic basket served under the trees in the beautiful gardens. So sit back and savour Edgar’s ambrosial dishes with a glass or two of the Cape’s finest. An extensive wine list comprising the very best of Buitenverwachting, the Constantia Region, the Cape Winelands, as well as selected international wines compliments the outstanding cuisine.
Opening hours Monday to Saturday from November to Easter:
Lunch is served from 12:00 – 15:00
Dinner is served from 18:30 – 22:00
Opening hours Tuesday to Saturday from Easter to October:
Lunch is served from 12:00 – 14:00
Dinner is served from 19:00 – 21:30
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Wellington Continental restaurant
This restaurant is unique in both look and feel. The arty interior and stark colours create a vibrant setting in which diners can enjoy great, unpretentious food that does what its supposed to - just taste good. The restaurant is mainly used as a function venue and caters for weddings, corporate functions, birthdays and pretty much any special occasion. Choose your own menu to complement the special event - slow-cooked traditional goodness is the speciality here.
Mossel Bay Continental restaurant
Situated right on the beach front in Mossel Bay and surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of The Garden Route, Delfinos Restaurant serves African food with a view.
The extensive menu boasts a large variety of food from seafood to pizzas all beguiled in South African flavours. With complimenting coffees warming the palate, Delfinos (as the name suggests coffee) entices with lighter meals such as pitas or tramazzinies, hearty portions of pizzas or pastas and scrumptious fried breakfasts with options for healthier alternatives such as cereals and yogurts.
Flattered by unsurpassed views dining indoor or alfresco, Delfinos makes for a pleasant day out enjoying the refreshing breeze and South Africa tastes.
V and A Waterfront Greek restaurant
V and A Waterfront
The Greek Fisherman is in the heart of Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront. Diners are treated to traditional Greek and Mediterranean food and hospitality. Encouraged to sit back and relax while taking in the out-of-this-world view of Table Mountain and the bustle of the working harbour, patrons are treated to great friendly service and delicious food.
Best known for its traditional Greek and Mediterranean menu, the restaurant as added a modern twist to some dishes. With a selection wonderful homemade breads, fresh out of the oven, and over twenty five meze and tapas starters to choose from, including Souvlaki (meat skewers served with tzatziki), Spanokopita (spinach and feta parcels) and Atherina (white bait), diners can feast and soak up the lively atmosphere.
The main courses are predominantly fresh fish and seafood dishes, as well as the highest quality meats, all cooked to perfection over and open charcoal fire for an authentic taste sensation. The wine list has something for everyone.
With the motto “food is family, family is life, life is everything” a meal at the Greek Fisherman is a treat to share with the whole family, and one that won’t be forgotten.
Woodstock Caribbean restaurant
The tropical ambiance compliments the good food and summery cocktails.
Upstairs the balcony welcomes with sweeping harbour views, balmy sunshine and invites relaxation.
Downstairs the bar and restaurant exudes a warm and cosy setting, enjoyed alongside the roaring winter fire.
Expect delicious home-style island cooking, served by friendly and attentive staff.
The chicken is free-range and they even cater for healthy appetites with carrot and ginger soup, homemade walnut veggie burgers and gluten-free butternut ravioli.
Caribbean specialties include Jamaican jerk chicken, curried Goat, Jamaican patties, pineapple BBQ ribs and chicken and chorizo jambalaya.
Vegetarians are taken care of with Montego Bay mushrooms, Roast Veg Pasta salad or Trinidad Roti to mention a few.
De Waterkant Greek restaurant
A warm welcome awaits you at this popular Greek eatery in the stylish Cape Quarter.
The decor stays true to the Mediterranean theme with elegant blues and clean whites and adds to the relaxed ambience throughout the restaurant.
A focus on freshness makes for a menu that changes with the seasons so there are new dishes continually added to the standard menu and also the specials board.
Superb Greek food and hospitality await you at Kuzina.
Stellenbosch Continental restaurant
Lafayette is perfectly placed along the oak lined Andringa Street in Stellenbosch. The restaurant is a cosy, intimate eatery that offers an Italian bistro style food with no shortage of wines to choose from.
Lafayette achieves in creating an atmosphere that is warm and welcoming. One has a choice of seating. Dine indoors at winter time in the rustic Italian setting of the restaurant or outside in the courtyard around the open fire on a balmy summer’s evening, either way Lafayette’s intimate setting is all about romance.
The Tuscan inspired menu calls for all foods to be home made. Expect extravagant pasta to the likes of ravioli with spinach and ricotta in a blue cheese, bacon and yoghurt sauce. Other dishes include local speciality dishes of tripe, vegetable stew with warm tabouleh, and rich Tuscan style soups.
On Thursday evenings guests are treated to an outdoor fire from which the evening’s meals are cooked.
The restaurant has a wide selection of wines by the glass as well per bottle.
Knysna Greek restaurant
Located at Knysna waterfront, Limani Blue offers Greek cuisine that compliments a diversity of cooking styles, ingredients and flavours.
Coloured by a unique and colourful history, this eatery refreshes the palate with mouth-watering Greek buffets, decadent deserts and a wonderful setting.
Winner of the Top Restaurants of the Year Award with an impressive fifth award and Southern Cape, Food and Wine Society Award, Limani boasts an impressive reputation and cuisine.
Indulge in a fall of the bone shoulder of Lamb - slow roasted in the oven over-night, seasoned with garlic, fresh oregano, Lemon & Olive oil compliment by smooth glass of wine.
Limani Blue will explode the palate with its voluptuous cuisine in an authentic Greek setting right in the heart of Knysna.
Green Point Continental restaurant
Buzzing, lively and smart, this laid back and trendy eatery sets the mood with a cool take on décor menu that proffers continental and contemporary cuisine, café style.
Short and reasonably priced, the menu offers delights such as tender calamari, generous Caesar salad, and a subtly delicious prawn curry enjoyed alongside a wine list favouring local wines and wines by the glass.
Camps Bay Greek restaurant
Mezze is a vibey, trendy restaurant ideally located on the popular, upmarket promenade in Victoria Road, Camps Bay. Here you can experience the best in urban dining and the contemporary food, ambience and feel make this restaurant both relevant and timeless. The cuisine on offer is 'world mezze' and it draws on Middle Eastern and Mediterranean inspiration. The menu offers a variety of olives, cheese, and pitas, as well as traditional Spanish tapas and the freshest dim sums from the East.
Montagu Continental restaurant
Housed inside an elegant Edwardian double story house, Mimosa transforms fine dining with wine and dine cuisine. The 4-course gourmet menu bewitches with boutique handmade wines.
Conceived from homegrown vegetables and herbs using local specialities such as Lamb, Springbok and Ostrich, Mimosa Lodge seduces the palate with Continental cuisine in a fresh, elegant and mood capturing setting.
The menu highlights daily delights paired with boutique wines, seasonal and inspirational dependent. Diners peruse the likes of West Coast Crayfish, steamed, partnered with an avocado, salsa and a truffle sour cream perfected by a glass of Beverly Dawn Chenin Blanc, 2008 for starters.
For the mains, Gingembre De Canard, roast Duck breast accompanied by seasonal vegetables and an orange ginger jus or beef fillet pan fried accompanied by seasonal vegetables and a green peppercorn jus flattered by a glass of Bredells Shiraz, 2003.
The Grand finale, Blueberry Parfait, homemade and garnished with a chocolate twirl and fresh blueberries perfectly paired with a glass of Danie de Wet Cape Muscat.
Mimosa Lodge pays homage to highly acclaimed culinary circles, showcasing award winning cuisine and boutique handmade wines perfect for connoisseurs who enjoy gourmet masterpieces.
Sea Point Greek restaurant
The décor sets the mood with crisp white lines and ambient lighting and a great Greek atmosphere.
Occasional plate breaking and dancing compliment full-bodied flavours such as Kleftiko Lamb - slow cooked lamb shank served with an option of roast potatoes, vegetables or a fresh Greek salad.
Try the popular Calamari Dish consisting of Patagonica tubes lightly grilled or fried to a crispy golden perfection, delicious and tender served with either roast potatoes, vegetables or a fresh Greek salad.
Start your evening with a tasty Mezze Platter for four, brimming with Dolmades, Tsatziki, Saganaki, Keftedes and 4 tasty Chicken Skewers served with 2 fresh Pita's and round off the occasion with homemade yoghurt, honey and nuts!
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