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April 22, 2013

Cape Town winter restaurant specials 2013

Harbour House at the V&A Waterfront is just one of Cape Town's top restaurants offering great winter specials. Photo courtesy of DIVA PR

The cooler weather we’ve been enjoying in inspirational Cape Town lately conjures up images of snuggling up before roaring fires, and feasting on the scrumptious affordable meals at the Mother City’s most delicious restaurants.

Warming your heart and tummy needn’t be expensive with a variety of tasty specials at eateries in and around Cape Town. From fine dining for less at the über-chic One&Only at the V&A Waterfront to cheap-but-hearty potjies at the Inn on the Square on Greenmarket Square and cost-worthy three-course meals at Harbour House in Kalk Bay, you can eat for less in the Mother City this winter.

Don’t break the bank with these delectable Cape Town winter restaurant specials 2013:

For the comfort foodies:

Inn on the Square

A hearty stew is the epitome of comfort food and no one does it better than the Inn on the Square’s Dish restaurant. For just R95 to R145 per person, you can indulge in an oxtail stew cooked over a slow fire, on selected dates until August 31.

Location: Three Cities Inn on the Square, Greenmarket Square
Contact: +27 (0)21 423 2050
Website: www.innonthesquare.co.za

For the chic eaters:

Five Flies Restaurant and Bars

Your delicious three course dinner at the chic Five Flies Restaurant is an affordable R 199 and includes oven roasted vine tomoato and sweet basil soup, corn fed chicken and dark and light chocolate cheesecake. This offer is valid until June 30.

Location: Five Flies Restaurant and Bar, Keerom Street, City Centre

Contact:+27 (0)21 424 4442


Harbour House Kalk Bay and Harbour House V&A

The Harbour House sister restaurants in Kalk Bay and the impressive V&A Waterfront are treating you to their decadent two-course and three-course meals at just R150 and R170 respectively.

Feast on these great specials daily, except for Sunday lunch and all menu items are subject to availability until June 30..

Location: Harbour House Kalk Bay and V&A Waterfront
Contact: +27 (0)21 788 4133 and +27 (0)21 41 84744
Website: www.harbourhouse.co.za

For the fine diners:

Signal at Cape Grace

Foodie and wine lovers will enjoy the Wine and Dine series at the luxurious Signal at the Cape Grace Hotel.

For only R550 per person from June 1 to November 28, you can indulge in a decadent dinner accompanied by premium wines from across the Cape Winelands.

Location: Signal at Cape Grace, V&A Waterfront
Contact: +27 (0)21 410 7199
Website: www.capegrace.com


Optimise your working lunch with Reuben at the One&Only Cape Town’s fantastically priced business lunch special.

For a mere R125 (or R150, including a glass of wine), you can enjoy an unbeatable three-course offering of a wholesome seasonal soup, a gourmet sandwich and a decadent pudding. This winter lunch menu changes daily.

Location: Reuben’s, One&Only Cape Town, V&A Waterfront
Contact: +27 (0)21 431 4511
Website: www.capetown.oneandonlyresorts.com/cuisine/reubens

Vista Lounge & Bar

The daily decadent Afternoon Tea at the Vista Lounge & Bar at the One&Only Cape Town is a must-do this winter.

Catering for up to 100 guests, the lavish Afternoon Tea at One&Only Cape Town is priced at R165 per person and is served from 2.30-5.30pm daily. The famous winter chocolate fondue is priced at R165 for two persons sharing. For an extra bit of spoiling, order a glass of MCC bubbly; priced from R45.00 per glass.

Location: Vista Lounge & Bar , One&Only Cape Town, V&A Waterfront
Contact: +27 (0)21 431 5888
Website: www.capetown.oneandonlyresorts.com/cuisine/vistabar

Cattle Baron Constantia

A tasty spread of rich oxtail with mash and veggies, lamb shank cooked to perfection with a choice of starch and vegetable, the super 250g sirloin with chips or baked potato and veg await you at Cattle Baron in Constantia for a mere R99.

Location: Cattle Baron, Old Constantia Village, Constantia
Contact: +27 (0)21 794 4930
Website: www.cattlebaron.co.za

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