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Rondebosch Mediterranean restaurant
A bustling and lively spot, Adesso is quickly becoming the only place to be in the Southern suburbs.
Serving superb Italian cuisine in a friendly and vibrant environment, it is no wonder that Adesso is amassing a large loyal following. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, diners can enjoy the finest coffee and a mouth-watering cake selection.
A superb venue for parties and events, Adesso is a versatile and exciting restaurant.
City Bowl Mediterranean restaurant
Nostalgic photos adorn the walls, rustic kitchen equipment dangle from chandeliers and colourful meals are best eaten with mismatched Victorian cutlery in this cute, kitch and cosy eatery in Loop
The menu focuses on wholesome meals, handwritten on a collection of blackboards.
Flavours of the Middle East infused with a touch of Boerekos add a distinct flare to dining while traditional servings of lamb shawarma hit the spot. Round off the meal with a selection of rocky road brownies, cupcakes galore and lemon meringue.
Cool the palate with a Frankie cinnamon cola or warming Arabic coffee infused with cardomon and cloves after indulging the menu.
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.
Oudtshoorn Game restaurant
Exuding classic country style décor and relaxing ambiance centred around a log burning fire and ornate artefacts, De Opstal graces the palate with tastefully prepared dishes.
Enjoy pre-dinner drinks before perusing the 4-course set dinner menu boasting delights such as smoked venison (Springbok) carpaccio served on a bed of lettuce with croutons, cream cheese and a drizzle of aged balsamic for starters.
The sizzling aroma of Karoo Lamb cutlets overwhelms the senses, hardwood grilled, served with spiced potato wedges and fresh garden vegetables. Conclude the meal with a traditional Little Karoo, a platter for 2 brimming with koeksisters, walnut fudge, amarula crème brûlée and truffles.
Die Opstal invites hearty farm style breakfasts and tantalising set dinners in a spacious setting the embraces relaxation and the art of cooking classic Karoo cuisine.
Parow Mediterranean restaurant
Located in the Northern Suburbs, Encore accommodates 80 people seated and 150 cocktail including a dance floor.
The up market and trendy atmosphere enjoys good food and excellent service with views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
The menu covers Mediterranean and South African cuisine and caters for a wide variety of functions starting with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Somerset West Mediterranean restaurant
This deli-cum-restaurant and bar is a very refreshing take on the dining experience. Be sure to bring friends and indulge in a wide variety of specially chosen and made fresh breads, pestos, meats, cheeses and preserves.
The restaurant is exudes tranquility and you will feel like kicking off your shoes, sitting back and relaxing with a fine glass of bubbles, wine or even a beer.
Watch out for the regular champagne breakfasts, a wicked indulgent treat. Breakfasts include Norwegian Salmon with capers, horseradish, onion rings and toast, as well as the more traditional, but definitely not boring, omelette with ham and served with toast. Even a healthy fruit, muesli and yogurt option is available.
For the later-in-the-day diner there are a variety of options to choose from, but a recommended dish would be the schnitzel, served with a range of toppings. Choose from spicy sauce, sweet peppers, gherkins and mushrooms; ham and cheese; bacon, pickled onions and croutons; and pineapple, bacon and cheese.
Fresh produce, interesting food, drinks of choice and a laid-back atmosphere is what you can expect.
Knysna Mediterranean restaurant
Housed in an old Victorian house built in 1862, Harry’s is the place to unwind and meet up with friends while savouring the delights and wonderful ambience with a traditional twist. For food that looks beautiful dressed in flavour and colour, visit Harry B’s restaurant in Knysna on Main Street.
Clifton Mediterranean restaurant
La Med is on a 'beauty nap' until September.The venue offers the most stunning panoramic sea and mountain views with ‘out of this world’ sunsets. In summer, whilst soaking up the sun, relax on the deckwith a cocktail. La Med is also famous for its electric atmosphere during livesporting events shown on their big screen.Once the sun goes down the fun begins, with local DJ's mixing it up on the decks and barmen mixing it up with the cocktails. And don't miss the Goldfish Submerged Sundays!
Vredehoek Mediterranean restaurant
For tasty light bites with a Mediterranean influence, Lazari Food Gallery is a great place for a quick bite or a relaxed time with good friends.
Superb breakfasts and delicious mains, available in half portions are the order of the day, as well as a variety of cupcakes that Lazari is famous for.
Attentive service and a homely feel make patrons feel relaxed and at ease as they sample the delights on offer.
A buzzing spot, full of character, Lazari’s Food Gallery is well worth a visit.
Gardens Mediterranean restaurant
Capetonians and visitors have enjoyed Restaurant Paradiso’s hospitality since 1992. French Restaurateurs, Marie Dischinger and Pierre Deloge took it over in January 2008. Their passion, dedication and fresh ideas will ensure Paradiso remains a firm favourite in the hearts and minds of locals and visitors from afar.Le Restau Paradiso is located in upper Kloof Street, Gardens with a magnificent view of the mountain and City Centre. Lunch or dinner in the garden or on the balcony will be an occasion to remember.Relax, enjoy a glass of wine and a delicious meal. The warm Mediterranean decor and friendly staff will bring you back time and time again.Expect traditional French and South African specialities on our menu. We are famous for our Pan fried beef fillet, Lamb shank, Ostrich bobotie and Warm lamb salad. Vegetable Tian, Beef Bourguignon, Quiche Lorraine and Seafood Armoricaine are new. The Menu changes regularly to ensure that mainly seasonal and local ingredients are used, seafood is fresh and to “amuser vos papilles” (to keep your taste buds intrigued).
Rondebosch Mediterranean restaurant
Located in the Fountain Shopping Centre in Rondebosch, Lyra’s is becoming a household name for locals.
The Italian inspired menu and light meals menu makes it the perfect location to enjoy a lazy weekend breakfast, with a morning paper and frothy cappuccino, or a summery lunch and romantic evening dinner under the African sky.
Indoor facilities are available, but Lyra’s is all about enjoyed your meal alfresco, (during summer months).
The great Italian fare, unbeatable cakes and coffees and relaxed ambiance are the venue of choice for alfresco dining in Rondebosch.
Cape Town Mediterranean restaurant
Discover Jewish style specialty foods that embrace slow food movement philosophies and sustainability using organically grown and local produce.
From homemade preserves, pickles, dips to breads and deli delights; Odeds Kitchen is full of innovative flavour and vibrant colours.
Expect natural and no artificial preservatives at Odeds Kitchen in Salt River
Stellenbosch Mediterranean restaurant
Olivetti is a popular restaurant, wedding and function venue set in the midst of the waterways, vineyards and green hills of Stellenbosch. This stunning restaurant serves Italian, French and traditional South African cuisine in a casual yet stylish atmosphere. The menu focusses on Mediterranean dishes with a real Cape flair and the wine list is extensive and complements every meal.
Belvedere Mediterranean restaurant
For the simple, easygoing palate, Pembrey’s compliments the experience basic classic styles reduced sauces and Bistro style main courses. Delight in the flavours of Quall, Lamb Shank, lovely homemade churned ice creams.
Vegetarians can take delight in the extensive salad buffets and legendary deserts such as traditional Bread and Butter pudding.
Pembrey’s boast top 180 in American Express Restaurants and won Restaurant and Chef of the Year in The Garden Route.
Dine al fresco on the enclosed porch with views of the shimmering lagoon or cosy up to the crackling log fire on a chilly winter night.
With commitment to flavour and natural fresh ingredients, Pembrey’s transports the palate on a Mediterranean journey for a simple, easygoing experience.
Constantia Mediterranean restaurant
Well known for its sumptuous breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas, this popular social haunt in the Constantia Valley has undergone a re-awakening by none other than Luke Dale-Roberts, Executive Chef of the recently crowned 2009 Eat Out Restaurant of the Year, La Colombe. Luke has appointed his protégé, Scot Kirton, as the Head Chef of the new River Café. Situated at the entrance of Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, the River Café is the place to be in summer whether it's for breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks or dinner - with its casual ambience, pristine location and friendly service.As befits its laidback persona, the revitalised River Café offers an authentic and affordable bistro-style dining experience, using only the freshest local ingredients, wines from the Constantia Valley, plates of wholesome, satisfying fare with a sophisticated country feel. The menu changes daily, giving diners can experience a wide variety of dishes that reflect the best seasonal offerings.Scot and Luke work closely with Horticulturalist, Boyd Hutchings, and together they have developed an organic garden allowing them to grow their own fresh herbs and vegetables for their ever-changing culinary creations. They will also be embarking on an exciting project to smoke their own produce, from salmon to meats and cheeses and have sourced artisan baked breads and top quality coffee.Need to know? Open 7 days a week. Breakfast: 08h30-11h00 Lunch Bistro: 12h30-14h30 Dinner Bistro: 18h30-22h00 All Day Café: 11h00-22h00. Open for Christmas Day Lunch only and closed on New Year's Day.
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