November 22, 2013
Facebook Feedback Fridays: Your favourite restaurant in Cape Town
Born and bred in the Mother city, Leilah lives an average-Jane life in the quiet side of Cape Town suburbia. Her favourite things to do in Cape Town include getting sand in her Havaianas on the beach, and watching the bright city lights on Long Street at night.
Leilah heads up the Content Marketing team at iProspect, so naturally is addicted to all things digital. She is an avid Instagramer who "belongs" to the Igers Cape Town community, and collects memories of her city adventures (instameets) for her Instagram feed, as well as the feed of Cape Town Tourism.
"Instagram makes me see the world through different eyes," she says, yet insists she is not a hipster.
When it comes to places to eat, the Mother City offers a variety of unique tastes. From fresh seafood and steak houses to gourmet cuisine and Moroccan shisha lounges, Cape Town has it all – and in every corner of the city. With the holiday season coming up, we’d like to highlight some of our best wining and dining spots around town.. with your input. So, without further ado, here’s our user-generated restaurant guide, as created by you.
Calling all foodies - what is your all-time favourite restaurant in Cape Town?
Nobu & Rueben's at the One & only hotel (Suggested by Darren Gregory)
- La Boheme @ seapoint (Suggested by Darren Sullivan)
- Beluga. (Suggested by Linda Hone)
- Ons Huisie & On The Rocks, Blouberg (Suggested by Yolande Swart)
- La Colombe, Uitsig Constantia. (Suggested by Bernadette Leibrandt-Hansen)
- Maestros at Woodbridge Island (Suggested by Johann Schmidt)
- Hussar Grill - Rondebosch (Suggested by Charlotte Manthey)
- Zenzero (Suggested by Dave Koemans)
- Eastern Food Bazaar, Adderley Street and Ponchos Mexican Restaurant in Observatory (suggested by Diana Ocholla)
- The Dogs Bollocks in Gardens. Best burgers in Cape Town. (Suggested by Mareli Strydom)
- Nuri sushi in Parliament street (Suggested by Peta Layne)
- Kaprinos (Suggested by Mekaeel Faasen)
- Belthazar!!! (Suggested by Corinne Imhof)
- Paranga- Camps Bay (Suggested by Taru Rampersad)
- Mariner's Wharf (Suggested by Jessica Maier)
- The Grand, Granger Bay. (Suggested by Charles Brewer)
- The Bungalow in Clifton (Suggested by Sandra du Preez)
- Tank - cape quarter (Suggested by Navomi Naidoo)
- Fat Cactus Observatory! (Suggested by Gail De Lange)
- Belthazars at waterfront. Best steaks in the world!!! (Suggested by Katja van Driel)
- Belthazar(awesome service)
- Sevruga(amazinglyfresh-sushi) both at the V&A Waterfront,
- Five Flies(food's fantastic, nice menu)
- Pepenero's in Sea Point(beautiful setting with a great sea-view). (all Suggested by Jerome Craig Scott)
- Haiku in town (Suggested by Sandra Malloca)
- Fork (Suggested by Meg Houghton)
- Dunes Restaurant & Bar, Hout bay (Suggested by Wandile Geez)
- L'apero, Grand Daddy Hotel (Suggested by Oh-well Nos Singiswa)
There you have it; our very first user-generated guide to restaurants in Cape Town. There are some tasty treats on this list that you should definitely try, and while you're checking out the V&A Waterfront restaurants, don't forget to have your photo taken at the famous Table Mountain frame.