You’ve seen our list of 50 restaurants to try and we received such great feedback on that one that we simply had to make a list out of all the local recommendations. Here you go – 50 restaurants to try as recommended by locals. LEMON BUTTA Although its speciality is seafood – and is regarded by many as one of…
Looking for a restaurant with an awesome sea view? Take a look at some of our favourites. “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” said the great ocean explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau. And indeed many an explorer has come to Cape Town, seen mountains that dip their toes into both Atlantic and Indian…
Cape Town is a food lover’s paradise. The Mother City has restaurants a-plenty, from traditional African fare to the more exotic such as Asian, Mexican and Italian, the sheer variety of choices on offer speaks to the city’s incredibly diverse heritage. Here we bring you 50 restaurants you NEED to visit in the city. ITALIAN MAGICA ROMA Easily one…
If Cape Town was a meal, what would it be? A smaaklike Dutch potjiekos? A spicy Cape Malay chicken curry? Perhaps a mouthwatering African chakalaka? The answer is quite simple: Cape Town is all of these meals and much, much more. With a culinary history that is as delicious as it is extensive, the Mother City continues to delight palates.
Amongst the sweeping green valleys and rolling hills of the picturesque Franschhoek Valley lies the Haute Cabriere Restaurant. Beneath its soaring arches and twinkling chandeliers, diners sit with views over the Pinot Noir Barrel Maturation Cellar.
Conveniently situated in the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town’s premium shopping and entertainment destination, Mondiall Kitchen & Bar is serving up a fine selection of breakfast, brunch, lunch, tapas, cocktails and dinner. The modern Brasserie setting is complimented with an incredible menu and phenomenal views of the working harbour and Table Mountain.
Put down your cell phone, pick up your knife and fork, and break bread together at Reverie Social Table. Each evening, guests at the 18-seater table are treated to an exclusive five-course meal, set by chef Julia Hattingh. To round it all off, each course of the table d’hôte dinner is accompanied by a carefully selected wine.
The Signal Restaurant is equal parts classic and modern, both in its design and menu. As the designated restaurant of the Cape Grace Hotel, one of Cape Town’s finest hotels, Signal serves up some of the finest food. Cuisine consists of fresh and inventive taking on some traditional favourites, made with top quality ingredients from local farms and oceans.
Trees Restaurant at the Townhouse Hotel is an 80-seater that is superbly designed to maintain an air of intimacy and romance. In the heart of the city centre it is a perfect spot for a delicious pre-work breakfast or business lunch. In the evening a pre-show dinner from an inspired a la carte menu is just the ticket.