Supper time is critical to complete a well balanced day. Good thing that Nightlife in this City can often prove as energetic as the daylight. If you are making the occasion special, or simply desire an afforable plate of food, Cape Town boasts 100's of local niche Dinner spots

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Cape Town is a melting pot of cultures and the culinary influences are endless. We’ve round up the best Asian fusion places in Cape Town where you can enjoy umami zing and flavours of the east in the Mother City. We’ve looked specifically at East Asian food, if you’re looking for curry check out our Top 10 Curry Spots. Cheyne’s, Hout…

Relax with premier wines and servings of light Mediterranean bites Picture a sunny hilltop winery surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. This might be magnificent Tuscany or much closer to home, just minutes from Cape Town: Gabriëlskloof Wine Estate. It’s this idyllic setting that Gabriëlskloof invites you now to enjoy with the launch of its fine Mediterranean taster…

Want to sink your teeth into something unique in Cape Town? From healthy, to meaty to over-the-top sweet, here’s our list of what not to miss while in Cape Town. Where To Eat In Cape Town: A Cultural Experience Addis in Cape If you’re looking for an unforgettable Ethiopian dining experience, then Addis in Cape on Long Street…

Cape Town has such a huge foodie scene that it can be difficult to choose between the hundreds of great restaurants. Take your cue from those who know the city best. Here is a list of 50 restaurants in Cape Town recommended by locals! Bon appetit. On a budget but still want to get out and have fun? Here are…

Traditional cooking meets a modern setting at Bihari Indian Restaurant. Indulge in luxurious and flavour-packed North Indian cuisine, prepared in traditional tandoor ovens on hot open coals for that authentic Indian bite, as well as a bit of a culinary show.

Moments away from the CBD and a quick 15-minute drive from the airport, Garden Court Nelson Mandela's Harbour View Restaurant serves as the ideal location for locals and travellers alike seeking a delightful, contemporary dining experience.

With a subtle influence of Cape Malay cuisine, Peach Tree stands as a true taste of upmarket Cape Town cooking. It’s found in the style and sophistication of the Cullinan Hotel, an iconic landmark in the Foreshore of the Mother City.

In a setting of modern elegance and sophisticated style, Riempies Restaurant aims to encapsulate the splendour of the Mother City in its fresh seafood offerings and prime, top quality cuts of meat. There is also an influence of Cape Malay cuisine, adding an authentic Cape Town flavour to the experience.

Overlooking the sea at Cape Point, the Two Oceans Restaurant is a unique venue with panoramic views of the ocean. The restaurant has been designed to give every table a great view and visitors can also enjoy views from the wooden viewing deck..

The Bombay Brasserie treats its guests to only the finest in Indian dining, with beautifully prepared meals made from fresh, traditional ingredients. The restaurant is located in Cape Town city centre on the buzzing Wale Street, but it’s actually been modeled on its namesake, the original Bombay Brasserie in London.

Step onto the deep green Udaipur marble floors of any Bukhara restaurant around South Africa and feel the opulence of a classical India far removed from the glitz and glamour of Bollywood. Since its inception in 1995 Bukhara has set a new standard in Indian cuisine in South Africa, taking the eating culture from the corner curry house concept to…

Tempt your taste buds for breakfast, lunch or dinner at Mint, Taj Cape Town’s all-day dining restaurant. Mint serves up a delicious range of both international and local fare in a bistro-style setting. Conveniently central, Mint is a popular destination for business lunches, dinners, functions and celebrations.

Fine dining meets authentic Ethiopian cuisine at the exotic Addis in Cape restaurant. Set amongst traditional Ethiopian furnishings such as beautifully carved wooden chairs and a vibrant ceiling of upside-down umbrellas, Addis in Cape offers a showcase of Ethiopia’s incredible history, traditions and cuisine.

Africa Café is a popular spot for both locals and tourists who are looking for a uniquely African dining experience. The general ambience calls for a large group of friends, but even if it’s just the two of you, you’ll enjoy a presentation of colourful ceramic bowls, each filled with a delicious, steaming-hot traditional African dish.

Take a culinary adventure from Cape Town to Timbuktu (with many wonderful stops in between) with a 15-course set menu at Gold Restaurant. Serving up only the finest dishes of African cuisine, Gold also delights its guests with interactive entertainment throughout the evening. Highly rated among visitors, don’t let Gold Restaurant be left off your itinerary.

Founded in 1996, this Cape Town institution has been recently revamped and designed by its original and world renowned architect Stefan Antoni. It’s not easy to improve on a winning formula, but the Italian–style restaurant Balducci has done it with a mod makeover.

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