The Bungalow Restaurant in Clifton offers a chic, laid-back setting as the careful attention to design detail echoes an urbane, but casual sophistication. The patio and deck offers an unobstructed seaside dining experience with a 360 degree view which includes the Clifton ocean shore and the 12 Apostles and Lion’s Head.
Open from 12:00 – 02:00 daily, the contemporary style menu offers an extensive range of options from light bistro lunches to designer sushi and complete dinners that can be enjoyed with a selection of signature cocktails. Incorporating the rustic flavours of the Mediterranean, the food is beautifully plated and made fresh from locally sourced ingredients.
Paranga Restaurant in Camps Bay is situated on the famous sunset strip of the Camps Bay Boulevard, Paranga Restaurant is a prominent dining venue. Paranga offers the best wine glasses, attractive serving staff and uncompromising attention to detail. Paranga restaurant’s cuisine is a unique mix of maturity and youthfulness, fresh locally sourced ingredients, creative pizzazz and culinary ingenuity ensuring that even the most discerning diner returns time and time again to sample our delicious fare. Even the Capetonians, renowned for swaying with the South Easter keep returning to Paranga!
Zenzero Restaurant in Camps Bay welcomes you straight off the beach, with warm, elegant styling and the traces of fresh rosemary tickling your taste buds, this delightful homage to Italy beautifully encapsulates ‘La dolce Vita’.
Italian cuisine is all about fresh ingredients and homemade, full flavour. They pride themselves on, the freshest ingredients with zesty, spicy and feisty touches. Indulge in Baby Squid, Prawn & Asparagus Risotto or Grilled Norwegian Salmon. And in winter, let the warm glow of firelight accompany your hearty Veal Loin Paillard and Chargrilled Lamb Chop.
Azure Restaurant – Contemporary hotel restaurant with an oceanfront terrace serving upmarket international cuisine. Christo Pretorius, Executive Chef, is on hand to create a variety of exquisite dishes including meat, seafood and vegetarian options. From their delightful entree selection or the delicate fresh oysters to main, your taste buds will be infused by the finest of organic ingredients. Round off the perfect meal with a delightfully sweet dessert. Bea’s double baked cheesecake, taken on their stunning terrace overlooking the ocean.
Pepénero Restaurant in Mouille Point is sexy, it’s sultry, it’s formal, it’s laid back – and it’s fun. Enjoy a cosmopolitan menu that has an Italian influence and is focussed on seafood with a twist. Looking at the menu it is obvious that seafood features prominently and food presentation is excellent. Vegetarians are well catered for with starters such as the parmesan crusted aubergine and the phyllo parcel of goats cheese and sundried cranberries, as a main course option, try the spaghetti with a delectable combination of asparagus, spring onion, pea and mint.
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Beluga Restaurant in De Waterkant began life in 1999 as a French-styled fine dining restaurant to immediate acclaim by being voted one of the top 60 restaurants in the world. In 2006 we decided it was time to reinvent Beluga. They added sushi to their new menu. Seating from 120 to 400 seats. Beluga has evolved into a one of a kind restaurant. Food ranges from a full dim sum and sushi menu, to seafood, steak and Asian-inspired dishes.
Il Leone Mastrantonio – Italian food the way it’s meant to be – simple, fresh and tasty – is what you’ll find at this popular Green Point spot. Those in the know will aim straight for the carpaccio di pesca (fish carpaccio), especially when tuna is available. It’s tissue-paper-thin, drizzled with good olive oil and scattered with capers and rocket. If it’s not on the list, the beef alternative is equally tasty. Other antipasti include bruschetta with different toppings, melanzane alla Parmigiana, and simply moreish mussels in white wine with garlic and tomato.
The Sevruga Restaurant experience combines lush interiors, exquisite dining and an intimate atmosphere. An elaborate menu incorporates 200 odd wines and meals ranging from humble dishes to taste sensations, with more complex tastes and flavours. They use the best possible raw ingredients. As part of giving Sevruga customers an all-round experience, a Functions Manager for tour and incentive groups is available and, from the entrance to the kitchen, Sevruga has steadfast principles in place to guarantee an over-all experience of grandeur.
Balducci Restaurant at the V & A Waterfront offers an unrivalled menu of simple, everyday home cooked Italian dishes that reflect the most traditional elements of food and culinary styles. Their simple Italian home cooked food is prepared in a relaxed and restorative style, whilst at the same time being creative, traditional and affordable. Balducci has a simple philosophy; to provide a memorable experience by redefining the essence of good home cooked food and continually upping the standards with its slick understated European elegance, stunning views and gracious service in our trendy yet stylish environment. The emphasis is on providing good quality food that is simple, fresh, filled with passion and served in style.
Belthazar Restaurant at the V&A Waterfront offers an unrivalled menu of simple, everyday dishes that reflect the most traditional elements of food and culinary styles as the best Steakhouse in Cape Town. Their traditional style offers food that is relaxed and restorative, while at the same time being creative, modern and affordable. They were chosen by the public as the best waterfront and seafood restaurant in Cape Town and would be proud to offer you our food. There wine bar is also above the highest standards. *SA Grainfed Beef Chateau Libertas Award 2005.
The Grand on the Beach is set within a restored warehouse positioned on a private beach in Granger Bay. Grand Café & Beach is part of Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront and faces Table Bay with the Green Point Stadium, Signal Hill and Table Mountain forming a unique backdrop. The menu focuses on the freshest possible produce being simply prepared. Limited private parking as well as ample public off-street and street parking. Grand Café & Beach is a multi-functional venue for corporate events, weddings and private celebrations/parties capable of holding up to 1 500 pax.
UMI Restaurant has a seating capacity for 250 guests, and will satisfy diners looking for tasty, healthy, modern Japanese eating options. It also has a stylish 80-seater terrace bar. As well as tantalising cuisine, the restaurant boasts picturesque panoramic vistas across the ocean, complete with stunning sunsets. The bar has been designed to be the showpiece of the restaurant and a glamorous, social node. Walls, embossed with Japanese pattern work, encapsulate the restaurant, which features custom-designed furniture.
Baia Restaruant – Portuguese-influenced seafood cuisine in elegant interior and covered terraces with harbour views. Set in a prime spot at the Victoria Wharf. It has a cocktail bar, interior dining areas and covered outside dining areas spread across four terraces. The relaxing interior reflects the beauty of Table Bay in the wave-like mosaics and pale blues and mauve colours.
La Mouette Restaurant in Sea point meaning seagull in French, was named after the seagulls so often seen riding the breeze in Seapoint.La Mouette offers modern French cuisine with a distinctly Mediterranean flair, imitating the climate and produce of Southern France.Only the freshest local produce is used, all of it sourced by Henry and his Senior Sous chef, Darren Shinners, to ensure only the finest quality cuisine
LA PERLA- Airy, contemporary space with carved wooden chairs and ocean-view terrace, for classic Italian food. The restaurant has a healthy local following and gives visitors the opportunity to interact with an exciting cross-section of Cape Town society. The menu is Italian with an emphasis on seafood. They offer a number of home-made pastas and pride themselves on their salads and vegetables that are produced on their own farm in Bainskloof, Wellington. Most of their lamb and venison is also reared free range on their partner farm in Namibia..
95 Keeron – a glimpse of genuine Italian food, through the use of the highest quality local and imported ingredients. The secret of their fresh-tasting meals is a result of doing as little as possible to the raw ingredients. Serving only the freshest seafood, to baking bread twice daily. The menu contains firm favourites like seasonal salads, a full list of raw and cooked carpaccios, fresh fish and ample classic Italian meat creations.
Kloof street house is an eclectic inspired restaurant and bar set in a magnificent Victorian house on the famous kloof street, nestled in the Table mountain valley. Join them for Sunday lunch Jazz, candle lit dinners in their dining rooms, drinks in their beautiful garden under the palm trees or just relax on the chesterfield couches in their cosy lounge
Societi Bistro is a neighbourhood “local”. A sanctuary for Capetonians and visitors looking for a home from home. More than cuisine – its a way of life – taking time to savour a meal and enjoy the company of family and friends. The heart and soul of Societi Bistro remains its menu – adapted seasonally with executive chef Stéfan Marais at the helm – proving his love for seasonal produce, accessible food and offering exceptional value. Simply put: Societi Bistro creates memories!
The ‘Quentin at Oakhurst’ restaurant and cellar is the cumulative result of a longstanding vision to host and serve superb food in a unique setting. Located on one of the original Hout Bay farms, follow in the footsteps of generations of family food farming and cooking traditions this farm sustained and nurtured the valley’s residents with a bounty of meats, fowls, dairy, wine and vegetables for over a hundred years.The existing barn served as the heart of this production. The steel wall hoops hark back to the days when the dairy herd was milked here and when the adjacent cellar still carried grapes from fermentation to wine. The recent renovation of the barn retains and celebrates this rich vein of Cape and associated culinary heritage.
Flag Ship Restaurant is located in Simon’s Town, we are just 50 minutes from the buzzing metropolis of Cape Town, an hour from the Winelands and on the doorstep of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Cape Point. The interactive Chef’s Table seafood lunch is a foodie bucket list experience. Choose to stay in one of our 4 fantastic sea facing rooms, all overlooking the pool deck and False Bay, where spotting a whale is our daily sport in the spring months
The Green Vine Eatery in Constantia, Chef Craig Anderson has concocted a simple but clever menu at this casual eatery, using organic and free-range ingredients where possible, and ensuring speedy delivery of good-looking plates of food. Breakfast offers the usual favourites with lots of add-ons to customise your dish, and there are options for kids, too, making it a great choice for families at weekends
Equus Dine at Cavalli Stud and Wine Farm is headed by talented Executive Chef Hylton Espey. His approach to cuisine can be described as ‘modern, nature inspired cuisine. The menu seeks to take diners on a gastronomic journey, touching on points of nostalgia. Guests have the opportunity to experience a delicious relaxed bistro lunch or a fine dining dinner paired with an expertly crafted wine list, craft beers and an impressive selection of whiskeys. As a result, the restaurant, which overlooks a serene dam set against the backdrop of the magnificent Helderberg mountain range, has become a favourite among discerning foodies.
The Terra del Capo Tasting Room at Anthonjie Rupert situated at the entrance to the property, was designed to showcase the company’s Italian-inspired Terra del Capo range. Wine tasting here is a relaxed, indulgent experience in elegant surroundings. Guests have a bird’s eye view of the activity in the cellar through a glass wall, as well as panoramic views of the vineyards and mountains. Below the tasting room is an antipasto bar, perfect for a quick lunch of freshly prepared local ingredients. A spacious counter for formal tastings is the focal point of the mezzanine-level tasting room, while intimate lounge areas to either side of this are ideal for wine tasting in a more leisurely, conversational style
Franschhoek Kitchen restaurant at Holden Manz Wine Estate is rated one of the valley’s leading restaurants and standards are based on the best international cuisine but our heart lies in the simplicity and pureness of each and every ingredient. High dining is for others, we prefer to see our guests enjoy a home-made dish, inspired by the country we live in and the farm we work on. Our vineyard is heavily influenced by the seasons, so are we, so is our food – nature at its best, brought onto your plate – either in the dining room, amidst the vines outdoors, or in form of a picnic along the Franschhoek river – always with a glass of award winning wine from our estate.
Babylonstoren – Their food leans towards simplicity – but with an edge. Meals are creative though always clear in structure. Vegetables and fruit gathered daily from the garden are often served with their skins on. Helpings are generous and meals may be taken either in the glass enclosed restaurant or under the Plane trees in the courtyard, depending on the weather.
They don’t like to tamper unduly with food or slash it to bits – pick, clean, serve is their approach. Food reflects the colours of the season: in summer they may serve you an Orange Salad of pumpkin, oranges, carrots and maybe a handful of pomegranate seeds; in winter there will perhaps be a slow-cooked leg of lamb to warm you up.