It’s been five weeks of home cooking and baking up a storm. The good news is, it’s finally time for a break!

During level four of the lockdown, restaurants are allowed to operate on a delivery basis only. That means you can order your food and have it delivered to your door. Delivery services can only handle a certain number of drop offs per day, so be sure to get your order in early.

Many eateries are making use of Mr D and UberEats but some have their own delivery service. Check with your local restaurant how you can get your favourite meal delivered.

These are the eateries open for business

Burgers and grills

Spur (limited stores)

McDonald’s (limited stores)

Burger King (limited stores)



Woodies, Claremont

The Izzy Burger, Wynberg


Brocka, Rondebosch

Jango Cafe

Robin Hood Burger & Grill, City Centre

The Butcher Shop & Grill, Moullie Point


Chicken Licken (limited stores)

KFC (limited stores)

Fish and seafood


Lucky Fish and Chips, Muizenberg

Blowfish Restaurant, Bloubergstrand

Barracudas Restaurant, Fish Hoek

Nuri Sushi

Lusitania Fisheries, City Centre





Roman’s Pizza

Bin Rashied Pizza and Grills

The President Hotel, Bantry Bay

Coffee shops

Vida e caffe

Seattle Coffee Co

Bootlegger Coffee Company

Stellski Coffee Bar, City Centre

Truth Coffee, City Centre

Coco Safar, Sea Point

Other restaurants


Primi (limited stores)


Aneesa’s Takeaways, Wynberg



Salsify at The Roundhouse, Camps Bay

Bibi’s Kitchen (frozen food only), Wynberg

New York Bagels, District Six

The Butcher’s Wife, Belgravia

Cosy Corner, Wynberg

Simply Asia

District Cafe, Woodstock

Andalousse Moroccan Cuisine, Woodstock and Sea Point

Liberty’s Restaurant at the DoubleTree By Hilton, Woodstock

Fyn, City Centre

The Test Kitchen, Woodstock

SGT Pepper, City Centre

Favor8 Resturant, City Centre

Cafe Extrablatt, Green Point

La Rocca Restaurant, Canal Walk

Kloof Street House, City Centre

Strolla Restaurant at The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel, Sea Point (menu)