Crayfish, Prawns, Squid and the list of divine Seafood types goes on. Since Cape Town is located on the coastline, Seafood is reasonably priced and impressively fresh off the rocks

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Cape Town has no shortage of incredible views. With Table Mountain as the city’s backbone, and the open ocean surrounding the city, there’s a spectacular view around almost every corner. These restaurants offer diners the chance to soak up the views over a great meal. Dunes Beach Restaurant and Bar, Hout Bay For casual beach-side dining with a view of…

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..

Reputed to be the best on the Waterfront, this little gem has undergone a major revamp (2014) by world renowned and multi award winning architect Stefan Antoni and typifies a small signature designed Japanese and Asian Restaurant and Bar. The sushi here is the real McCoy. The best!

The historical yet whimsical maritime-themed restaurants, shops and markets of Mariner’s Wharf together form the first harbourfront emporium in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere. Since 1984, Mariner’s Wharf has sat in the heart of Hout Bay harbour, just a 20-minute coastal drive from Cape Town’s city centre.

Whether you’re staying at the 5-star Marine Hotel by the Liz McGrath Collection, or simply passing through Hermanus on the lookout for whales, make sure to stop for some of the Cape’s best fine dining seafood meals. Seafood at the Marine’s menu has been carefully put together to showcase Walker Bay’s cuisine and freshly available ingredients, ...

Decorated in the colours of the coast, beach and sea, Seafood at The Plettenberg offers unrivalled vistas of Formosa Bay. This bright, light and romantic setting triggers a craving for seafood, which is satisfyingly met with the all-day signature dishes designed by award-winning Relais and Chateaux Grand Chef Peter Templehoff.

When you’re done dipping your feet into the crisp waters of Fish Hoek beach, dip a succulent piece of dusted calamari into a rich and tangy tartar sauce. The Galley restaurant sits just above the golden sandy beach where they’re serving up a seafood storm, making them a favourite in the area for many years.

Perched on the rocks at the end of Harbour Road in Hout Bay, Fish on the Rocks is flanked by the vibrant fishing harbour, wharf and old Naval Heritage site. Here, visitors and locals alike enjoy looking over the beautiful bay to the famed Chapman’s Peak, while tucking into some of the Cape Town’s best fish and chips, ...

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