Cape Town Restaurants
16/20; Food 8/10, Ambience 4/5, Service 4/5. Great spot on the beachfront in Camps Bay, with a nice deep terrace offering the best seats from which to watch the world go by as you enjoy a simple but well cooked selection of seafood, salads and other bistro-style fare. The most upmarket restaurant on Victoria Road, which forms the seafront parade ...
20/20; Food 10/10, Ambience 5/5, Service 5/5. BOMBASTIC! Set in the divine and picturesque Cellars-Hohenort Hotel in leafy upscale suburb Constantia. Quiet, cleanly designed room adjoining rooms where one can have the pleasure of eating some absolutely divine food. It is of the experimental fusion-y kind, so one has to like that, but if you do, it is a stunning ...Popular withLuxury
16/20; Food 8/10, Ambience 4/5, Service 4/5. With a table on their large terrace you will have a view over Cape Town harbour with Table Mountain in the background. Great setting in the otherwise overly touristy V&A shopping mall. Seafood, and in particular the shellfish, and furthermore in particular the delicious langoustines are the reason to go here. Generous portions, ...
17/20; Food 8/10, Ambience 5/5, Service 4/5. Converted warehouse right on the beach. Just about as atmospheric as it gets in Cape Town. Funky, urban-grunge-meets-beach-chic decor, with a large deck directly on the sand. Sadly no swimming, but otherwise just about perfect ambience-wise. Food is a well cooked selection of seafood, salads and other bistro-style fare. Great place to go ...
16/20; Food 8/10, Ambience 4/5, Service 4/5. Set in the (usually)sunny courtyard of the fashionable Cape Quarter art and shopping centre. Funky lime green, but simple seating. It's a walk-in kind of place, particularly good for brunch or lunch. Wraps, burgers, salads and the like. Nicely presented, usually served with a smile. Plenty of people watching possible. Nice place to ...