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Cape Town Restaurants

GOLD Restaurant

Location: Green Point

Type: African and Cape Cuisine

Den Anker

Location: V and A Waterfront

Type: International

Grand Café and Beach

Location: Granger Bay

Type: Beach Café

The Raj Indian Restaurant

Location: Camps Bay

Type: Indian

Savoy Cabbage

Location: Cape Town City

Type: Fine Dining

Two Oceans Restaurant

Location: Cape Point

Type: Seafood and Sushi

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GOLD Restaurant

GOLD Restaurant

GOLD Restaurant in Cape Town offers a dining experience that provides an exceptional experience through consistently delivering delicious Pan-African food, entertainment, dancing and a glimpse at ...more »

  • Location: Green Point
  • Type: African and Cape Cuisine
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 421 4653
Den Anker

Den Anker

Den Anker provides incredible Belgian food and beer, and over the years has become one of the most sought after locations in the V&A Waterfront. ...more »

  • Location: V and A Waterfront
  • Type: International
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 419 0249
Grand Café and Beach

Grand Café and Beach

Grand Café and Beach is Cape Town's first beach café, and over the years it has become one of the most popular restaurant, bar and function venue in the city. ...more »

  • Location: Granger Bay
  • Type: Beach Café
The Raj Indian Restaurant

The Raj Indian Restaurant

The Raj Indian Restaurant along the world-famous Camps Bay strip embodies the elegance of the British colonial style peculiar to India, and the wonderful tastes of North Indian cuisine. ...more »

  • Location: Camps Bay
  • Type: Indian
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 438 4555
Savoy Cabbage

Savoy Cabbage

Savoy Cabbage is one of the most celebrated restaurants in Cape Town, with a long list of awards and accolades, and for over 13 years it has been high up the list of South Africa's top establishments. ...more »

  • Location: Cape Town City
  • Type: Fine Dining
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 424 2626
Two Oceans Restaurant

Two Oceans Restaurant

Two Oceans Restaurant, situated at the very tip of the Cape Point Nature Reserve, offers one of the most dramatic restaurant settings anywhere in the Cape. ...more »

  • Location: Cape Point
  • Type: Seafood and Sushi
  • Tel: +27 21 780 9200
Grand Café and Room

Grand Café and Room

The Grand Café and Room in Camps Bay, in the heart of the world-famous Camps Bay strip, is the definition of grand-chic. ...more »

  • Location: Camps Bay
  • Type: International
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 438 4253
Pepenero Restaurant

Pepenero Restaurant

Pepenero Restaurant is ideally located in Mouille Point, offering a setting just a few metres from the ocean that's truly breathtaking. ...more »

  • Location: Granger Bay
  • Type: Seafood and Sushi
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 439 9027
Twankey Bar

Twankey Bar

The Twankey Bar is a rare find; a place where flowing champagne, cold Guiness on tap, the freshest seafood, elegant décor and sublime jazz tell a glamorous story. ...more »

  • Location: Cape Town City
  • Type: International
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 819 2000
Paranga

Paranga

Paragna is situated along the beautiful, bustling Camps Bay strip, and yet it still manages to draw attention and top reviews from locals and tourists alike. ...more »

  • Location: Camps Bay
  • Type: International
  • Tel: +27 (0)21 438 0404

All Cape Town Restaurants

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Cape Town restaurants offer a wide variety of seafood, gourmet cooking, international cuisine and award-winning fine dining. MyDestination Cape Town provides info about all restaurants in Cape Town from pizza joints and coffee shops to steak houses.

You could treat your taste buds in the Franschhoek winelands, the gastronomic capital of South Africa, or sample the renown restaurants in Stellenbosch or Paarl. Enjoy the rustic restaurants of Langebaan & the West Coast, or stay in Cape Town where there are restaurants, coffee shops, bistros and eateries to suit all tastes and budgets.

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