Cape Town, South Africa
Addis in Cape provides you with a unique dining experience right in the heart of Cape Town. We strive to showcase Ethiopia’s rich history and traditions and have gone to great lengths to ensure your dining experience is as authentically Ethiopian as possible. From the traditional furnishings and the classic Ethiopian coffee ceremony to the serving of food itself, we offer an exotic alternative to anything you may be used to. With its authentic décor and…Read more
The Africa Café had the humble beginnings of a dream in a South Africa that had yet to transform into the democracy and icon of freedom that it is today. Portia and Jason De Smidt had no formal training in food preparation, but armed with creative flair and abundant passion they were determined to open South Africa’s first African restaurant. Their idea was not warmly received by the business community and without much needed financial backing the only option was to open the doors of…Read more
On the water's edge of the international yacht marina on Cape Town's Waterfront, Bascule is the perfect setting to take in the sights and sounds of the busy Waterfront surrounds. There are over 500 whiskies from around the world and an impressive selection of the finest Cape wines on offer.
By day Bascule Bar is a lively and vibrant destination, to enjoy a cappuccino or light lunch. By night, the space is transformed into a glamorous Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar, where connoisseurs and…Read more
- Luxury Dining and Contemporary Indian Cuisine
Bombay Brasserie – modeled on its namesake in London – treats guests to the finest Indian specialty dining. Here mouth-watering meals are skillfully prepared using traditional ingredients, creating some of the finest Indian cuisine outside of India.
The Bombay Brasserie – located in the Cape Town city centre on Wale Street – is a combination of contemporary design and the elegant opulence of the old Reserve Bank. High ceilings…Read more
We are a classic–contemporary kitchen, artisanal bakery and pastry shop.
Bread Café is thetoast of trendy Woodstock, enticing window-shoppers in with the aroma of artisanal loaves baking and the scent of expertly brewed coffee.Read more
The Cattle Baron Steak Ranch in Tableview/Blouberg has consistently been voted amongst the topsteakhouses in the country over the past 14 years, including as runner-up as best steakhouse in the country. It is therefore no surprise that this landmark restaurant has grown from strength to strength and has become a Franchise training store with international recognition.The absolute commitment to world class quality and service has forged the Cattle BaronTableview/Blouberg into a mould…Read more
In what was a previously a private house, this restaurant has been created with a very cosy,private atmosphere. In addition to this homely ambience, a separate room offers excellent facilities for larger groups of diners, functions and business lunches etc. This is the only upmarket steak house in the entire Helderberg area.
In 1987, the Cattle Baron Steak Ranch had its humble beginnings. Eight years later, this vision
not only became a legend but was also honoured with the prestigious…Read more
Cellar in the City recreates the same sensorial experience of wine tasting at a wine estate with the convenience of being located at the V & A Waterfront at the Watershed. We offer access to wine from many different estates within the Western Cape’s wine regions. With more than 800 wine estates to choose from, Cellar in the City presents a convenient taste tour to compliment your Waterfront experience. Come and appreciate our exclusive listings from 43 varietals paired with local food…Read more
Two-storey windows, chic interiors, the Cape Town city skyline, Table Mountain, and the pièce de résistance, our three meter genuine Swarovski crystal chandelier. This is CinCin – synonymous with elegance and ambience.Read more
A few other cities have cheese bars, but this glorious concept isn’t currently in Seattle. “It’s really easy for people to interpret this as a wine bar,” says LaVigne. “That’s definitely not what I’m going for.” Here, drinks exist to highlight the cheese, in an atmosphere as casual and unstuffy as the bawdy tasting notes she writes for her epoisses and chevre and aged gouda over at Calf and Kid. When customers at La Vigne’s shop ask about cheese pairings or recipes, she can give…Read more