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Cape Peninsula Restaurants

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Restaurants in Cape Peninsula

This acclaimed restaurant is set on the Vergelegen Estate and boasts beautiful, tranquil...
Ranked as one of the top one hundred restaurants in the world is reason enough to add Rust en Vrede...
Set in a rustic old farmhouse and with superb views from every side is the Buena Vista Social Cafe,...
Enjoy contemporary dining in beautiful surroundings by the Lourens river and next to the...
Contemporary, classic cuisine complements this beautiful estate’s European-style wines. The...
A restaurant that offers Oemf: Outstanding Excellence More Frequently. This “eethuis” (eating...
The Majeka Restaurant forms part Majeka House, a five star Boutique Hotel in Paradyskloof,...
Sinovuyo on Route 304 is a beautiful, laid-back breakfast, lunch and dinner venue that boasts...
For true Mediterranean cooking in a relaxing and laid back setting on the outskirts of Somerset...
Ella’s Bistro is situated in the Stellenbosch Wine Valley on the R304. The bistro has a lovely...
Explosive flavours and subtle tastes are in juxtaposition when talking about Mangiare restaurant. ...
Mackaron is an upmarket, ambient restaurant that is sure to impress even the most discerning diner....
Bodega @ Dornier finds itself part of the patchwork of wine farms and vineyards that quilts the...
This restaurant with a twist is Etienne Bonthuys through and through. This master chef challenges...
Umami is Japanese for ‘deliciousness’ a word coined to describe a taste that is beyond sensory. ...
Le Pommier Restaurant offers the best in country cuisine filled with flavour. Think traditional...
Inspired by ingredients from the land and the finest wines of the region, this restaurant serves...
If it is a laid-back, unpretentious atmosphere you are looking for, this is your place. This...
The old manor house on the farm “Klawervlei” has been converted into a restaurant. With outside...
Here you can enjoy high quality and authentic Italian food straight out of Mama's kitchen - or so...
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