New Restaurants and Bars in Cape Town
24 February 2014
Black Sheep Restaurant
The Black Sheep is a new addition to popular Kloof Street, offering a menu that changes daily depending on what local ingredients are available. Follow @104blacksheep on Twitter and The Black Sheep Restaurant on Facebook.
Hallelujah in Kloof Nek Road, Tamboerskloof is a Champagne Bar that only serves South Africa’s Methode Cap Classique bubbly’s with rich classic dishes.
Lefty’s is a new dive bar in Harrington Street, where the food is predominantly American – think smoked ribs, pulled pork and burgers. Follow Lefty’s on Facebook.
Mondiall is the V&A Waterfront’s latest foodie addition; open seven days a week for breakfast, brunch, lunch, tapas, cocktails and dinner set in a modern Brasserie-style setting. Follow @Mondiall_SA on Twitter and Mondiall ‘Kitchen & Bar’ on Facebook.
Publik Wine Bar
Publik is a new bar offering to Cape Town’s Church Street that stocks local wines and craft beers in the chilled setting of Frankie Fenner’s Meat Merchants butchery.
Signal Gun Winery
Signal Gun Winery is the latest addition to the Durbanville Wine Route. Beyond some excellent wining and dining; the estate offers game drives on Hoogeberg Hill. Follow @SignalGunWines on Twitter and Signal Gun on Facebook.
Umi at the new Marly Hotel in Camps Bay offers Japanese Fusion food and sushi in an upmarket setting on The Promenade. Follow UMI Restaurant on Facebook.
Vovo Telo is all about bread - predominantly a bakery and deli they’ve now expanded into sandwiches, light breakfasts and lunches. This national franchise now also have an outlet in the bustling Kloof Street. Follow @vovotelo on Twitter and Vovo Telo on Facebook.
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