Belvedere Portuguese restaurant
Warmed in shades or burned orange, golden yellow and striking floral drapes this cool restaurant tempts the palate with exotic selections of Portuguese dishes and traditional fare.
Seduce the senses with a starter of Caldo Verde - a traditional soup with potatoes, kale and sliced Chorico, perfect for cold winter evenings or the Prego Frenchado - cubes of pan-fried steak served with a wine sauce mopped up with delicious bread to soak up the heavenly homemade sauce. For main course, the Bacalhau Assado - grilled salted codfish - prepared in true Portuguese fashion and served with baby potatoes, strips of green pepper and a vinaigrette sauce will explode the palate.
Now into its ninth successful year, O’Pescador Restaurant knows what it takes to keep the belly satisfied – excellent food, great service and mouth-watering flavours!
Green Point Portuguese restaurant
Seating 300 patrons with a spacious dance floor and live band, diners enjoy sophisticated elegance contrasted by spectacular chandeliers, dramatic upholstery and opulent décor.
Simple white walls display the rich décor timelessly while eye-catching light displays enhance feature walls painted in ruby red dressed in larger than life 30’s prints.
The menu focuses on seafood and Portuguese specialties. From prawns, langoustines, crayfish, and seafood platters to traditional Portuguese dishes and popular starters such as pan-fried prawns.
Main course specialties include the Duck mandarin with a grand Marnier Sauce and spatchcock baby chicken peri-peri style.
Conclude your meal with a rich and decadent and sinfully delicious baked Cheesecake or a smooth rich Crème Brulee.
An impressive bar handcrafted in rich dark wood caters with elegant cocktails to be enjoyed inside or alfresco on the terrace.
Pigalle secures luxury, elegance and opulence for those who enjoy fine dining on seafood with a Portuguese twist.
V and A Waterfront Portuguese restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Tasca de Belem is one of Cape Town’s finest Tapas restaurants. Located in the V & A Waterfront, the restaurant offers diners exquisite views of Table Mountain and Signal Hill, as well as the busy harbour. There is a truly Mediterranean feel about the restaurant, not only because of its Turkish influenced Portuguese menu, but the atmosphere is relaxed, welcoming and vibrant.
Belem is the historical part of Lisbon, where centuries ago explorers set out to conquer the unknown worlds the lay beyond Europe. One of the first journeys made from here was to Turkey, so it is quite fitting that this restaurant should be a marriage between to the two cuisines. Tasca, meaning tavern, offers diners fabulous meze and tapas dishes that are the perfect fusion of these two historical cultures.
The dishes on the menu represent the best of both Turkish and Portuguese cuisine with traditional favourites such as Trinchado and Espatada, as well as Shish Kebab and Ali Nazik, Tasca de Belem is a cross cultural cuisine experience for all food lovers.
Gardens Portuguese restaurant
This unpretentious eatery proffers hearty Portuguese cuisine and a well-priced wine list.
Dine alfresco during balmy summer months on the veranda on traditional steak, egg, chips, rice and salad.
Beef and chicken trinchado rests in a nice garlicky wine sauce and the prawn rissoles, crispy on the outside, explode with a rich creamy sauce and bits of prawn, fanned with some lemon juice.
Winter seeks warmth and hearty dishes such as the feijoda (a traditional bean, pork, chorizo, and chicken stew) perfect for wintery evenings.
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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