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Discover GOLD in Cape Town. From the moment you walk through the glass doors into the aged brick interior, with its ancient doors, wooden beams and iron pillars, you will feel the heartbeat of a unique African restaurant in Cape Town. GOLD Restaurant will take you on a taste safari from Cape Malay to African cuisine – from Cape Town to Timbuktu with its set 15 course menu served at your table.
Start your evening with an interactive Djembe drumming session which will get you in tune…Read more
Experience the Marriage of Food and Wine at Haute Cabrière Restaurant
Haute Cabrière Restaurant has recently undergone a glamorous makeover, including an interior redesign and menu update inspired by recently appointed Chef Ryan Shell, which continues the tradition of creating the "perfect marriage of food and wine".
Dressed in crisp, white linens and featuring a series of sparkling handcrafted chandeliers and colourful artworks, many of them by cellar master and Haute Cabrière…
Peckish? Our shelves are heaving with all your favourites.
Prickly pear syrup
Rich olive oil
Pear, ginger and chilli syrup
Seaweed and sea salt seasoning
Passionfruit and jasmine cordial
Confits and preserves
Infused oil and vinegar
In a hurry? Grab a ready-made meal from our deli (fresh or frozen).
Beef or Vegetable Lasagnes
Creamy Chicken or Salmon & Cream Cheese Crepes
Curries and much…
Our new menu will delight the senses. The dishes are inspired by the idyllic Mediterranean, an amazing culture that has a fantastic relationship with good food.
L’Apero is situated in the heart of Long Street and its host, the Grand Daddy Hotel , has shared a long history together. This beautiful colonial structure has changed with the times and is now part of the energy that embraces what is known as the urban beat.Read more
MALIBONGWE Restaurant is one of the best eating out places in the Townships of the Cape Flats, it is just 3 minutes away from the Baden Powell T-junction with Swartklip Rd turn off: and it is resting on the foot of the famous Lookout Hill sand dunes, which forms part of the Wolfgat nature reserve, off the False Bay Coast.
Malibongwe is situated in Lookout Hill, Khayelitsha, a tourist friendly place, built to attract visitors to Khayelitsha; it also houses the Cape Town Tourism…Read more
Mama Tembo’s Cafe gives patrons "a true taste of Africa." Tembo is an African Swahili word that means “elephant”, and true to form, Mama Tembo’s Café in Sea point, Cape Town, stands out like a towering matriarch, serving up tantalizing flavours to the discerning palate and amazing cocktail drinks to those looking for a refreshing watering hole! As an elephant never forgets, so your experience of our unique combination of cultural food enjoyed in a relaxed and entertaining…Read more
On the magnificent coastal drive from Cape Town to Cape Point is Hout Bay and Mariner's Wharf, the first
harbourfront emporium in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere (34°02'49.70 S 18°20'53.60 E).
Conceptualised and built by Hout Bay's own Stanley Dorman, it continues to grow under his, wife Pam's, and sons Garth and Anton's watchful eyes. Its restaurants, shops and markets exude a maritime ambience as is nowhere else to be found. Mariner's Wharf is a wonderful place, a place where the…Read more
Mavericks Revue Bar is South Africa’s Premier Gentlemen’s Club. It is upmarket entertainment venue, where men and women alike enjoy five bars and lounges that appeal to every taste and pocket. Whether you’re looking for a big night out, a meal with business associates, or a quiet relaxed, drink, over 80 beautiful dancers from every corner of the globe are waiting to entertain you. Take in a stage show, or request a more personal experience. Ask your concierge to book you a prime spot at…Read more
Experience the exotic aroma of traditional Kurdish cuisine. Be pampered like a sultana while reclining around copper tables of old times on the finest kelim cushions. Relish the warm and congenial atmosphere, with soft mesmerizing Kurdish folksong in the background. Come and mesmerized by our belly dancers daily or on request. We also cater for your business function, birthday party, anniversary celebration etc...Read more
At Taj Cape Town our dedication – to restoring historic landmarks – ensures that we work with significant elements, creating something that is both memorable and spectacular. Previously home to the Reserve Bank and Temple Chambers these properties have been restored to remarkable condition.
Housed in the old Reserve Bank building is Mint, Taj Cape Town’s informal all-day dining restaurant.
Mint specialises in innovative international and local fare. Here diners can expect to find a…Read more
Situated in the V & A Waterfront, Mondiall Kitchen and Bar is a joint venture between Patrick Symington, formerly of Cafe Dharma and Asoka, and Relais and Chateaux Grand Chef Peter Templehoff.
Mondiall is open seven days a week offering, breakfast, brunch, lunch, tapas, cocktails and dinner in a modern Brasserie type setting. Private functions and events can be held in the Mezzanine area. A prime waterfront setting with spectacular harbour and Table Mountain views.Read more
UNWIND IN A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE
Sumptuous international and local cuisine in a stylish, chic atmosphere - guests are spoiled with delicious wining and dining in our signature restaurant which has incorporated minimalist lines, different textures and eclectic table settings.
Offering a warm, intimate feeling, for which NH The Lord Charles is renowned, the restaurant’s adjacent wine cellar boasts some of South Africa’s most excellent, award winning wines and the cellar can be used…Read more
Enjoy an exquisite selection of Mediterranean-inspired dishes and local classics.
Please note: Oasis Bistro is closed until October. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will instead be served in the lounge.
From duck confit and steak tartare to Cape Malay curry, let award-winning Chef Rudi Liebenberg escort you on a gastronomic adventure.
Fresh and vibrant, this sun-splashed terrace is the perfect place to dine and enjoy a refreshing cocktail this summer.
Lunch: noon–3pmRead more