Cape Town Restaurants
- 411 review
A large variety of food stalls offering more interesting food than you will get at the nearby sit-down restaurants. And, with faster service.
- 421 review
Paris style - amazing steak and chips, and nice atmosphere.Popular withNightlifeDesign
- 441 review
Great for drinks at sunset. Food is overpriced but not bad.Popular withGreenOutdoorLuxury
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 ...
15/20; Food 8/10, Ambience 3/5, Service 4/5. Small cozy neighbourhood restaurant, tastefully decorated with modern Japanese twists (light wood, bamboo, etc). Relatively modest selection of dishes comprising very fresh, excellent sushi, and some creative modern twists on Japanese classics. Most of it presented with typically meticulous Japanese precision. Watch out for some of the killer cocktails - singing will not ...
- 491 review
Best coffee in town, without a doubt. Sandwiches are not bad either, but slightly overpriced. Avoid this place after nightfall if hipsters tend to give you an itchy rash. If you are in fact a hipster, than this is probably the place to be.
- 511 review
Just a little removed from the central city, Marco's African Place offers African cuisine and entertainment and caters primarily to locals. The food is genuine, the service friendly and the entertainment is welcome.
- 521 review
Housed in a former convent that was later used by Cape Town's mayor for entertaining, La Mouette seems to specialize in serving common foods in an uncommon (and tasty) way.
- 541 review
The spacious, luxurious dining room at the waterfront Cape Grace offers two creative, six-course tasting menus--one is vegetarian--plus spot-on wine pairings. The smaller, earlier courses, such as duck pâté in a strawberry macaroon paired with a port, are particularly memorable. Unfortunately, the restaurant also has to deal with distracting hotel diners who aren't looking for a gourmet dining experience.Popular withLuxuryVegetarianFoodies
- 561 review
This little, white-washed bakery on Kloof is especially nice if you're walking from Kloof up to Lions Head or Table Mountain for a walk. It's all good, home-baked fare and healthy food, plus it features a gourmet food shop. I particularly love the yogurt and fruit with the handmade muesli. There's always plenty of reading material available, so it is ...Popular withFoodiesDesignVegetarian
14/20; Food 6/10, Ambience 3/5, Service 3/5. The interior is pretty worn and really nothing to laud (the entrance is downright shabby), but the outdoor deck is one of the most popular spots in this area to grab a drink and share some Sushi or Asian tapas. The reason is the vast view of the sea from the deck, enjoyed ...
- 601 review
For most Capetonians, Salt Cafe seems a little bit beyond the reach of the pocket. It’s located at an expensive hotel that can be full of tourists during busy season. And, after reading the ratings on the typical review sites, Tripadvisor and so on, it was a tossup between average and too expensive. Redemption lay in its ridiculous sea views ...