• Categories


  • Authors


  • Sort By


June 01, 2012

Cape Point’s Two Oceans Restaurant closed for renovations

The Two Oceans Restaurant is known both for its spectacular views of the iconic Cape Point and serving world-class gourmet creations prepared by award-winning Executive Chef, Phil Alcock.

To stay on top of trailblazing international trends and deliver an even better experience to visitors of its unique setting, the restaurant will be undergoing extensive renovations from June 1 to July 10, 2012.

Exciting new features for the restaurant include:

- A new service bar which will open into the restaurant

- A new sushi bar

- New kitchen improvements (including better flow, drainage, state-of-the-art kitchen flooring, new wall tiling, and improved lighting)

- New floors, ceiling, and furniture in the restaurant. The restaurant will be much lighter and more modern using timber, stone, glass and similar natural elements.

Visitors to the breathtaking Cape Point and thrilling Flying Dutchman funicular can satisfy their hunger pangs with delicious treats at the Two Oceans Food Shop (located next to the restaurant) , which will remain open during the renovations.

To whet your appetite in anticipation of the Two Oceans Restaurant’s reopening on Wednesday, 11 July, 2012, have a look at our interview with Chef Alcock about his new winter menu.

For more information about the renovations, please contact  +27 (0)21 780 9200 or visit www.two-oceans.co.za.

Stay connected to Cape Town: 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CapeTown.Travel

Twitter: @CapeTownTourism

YouTube: CapeTownTourism

comments powered by Disqus