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The first Col'Cacchio opened up in 1992, and today there are over 25 of these outlets located all over South Africa. Best knownf for their superb range of gourmet pizzas, these restaurants offer an elegant, yet casual setting where families can enjoy a nice relaxed pizza dinner. Along with these scrumptious and savory pizzas, they also offer a good selection of freshly made antipasti, salads and pastas - all made using highest Italian culinary standards. Their Cape Town outlet is housed within The Spearhead, on Hans Strijdom Avenue; if you're hankering for a delicious pizza when in the Foreshore area, drop in sometime!
The Fireman's Arm is by their own admission is one of the oldest running English Pubs in the city that dates back to the year 1864. Besides, the pub is also one of the few true blue English pubs in operation which makes it a must go for all those who are craving a fine drink. The pub offers an array of wonderful pub grub that is delicious and makes for a good accompaniment with the exquisite drinks. For all the sports lovers, the bar has two huge televisions that play exciting matches. Fun and enjoyment await you at The Fireman's Arm.
Just off historic Long Street lays a unique dining experience not to be missed. Known for their amazing customer service, authentic cuisine and indigenous design, you will not be let down by this restaurant. As you sit on the Ethiopian pillow, you will be greeted by friendly staff who will bring you steamed water to wash your hands to begin the traditional dining experience. Set meals allow you to try small portions of all the various traditional foods. The portions are more than enough, and it is always fun to eat with your hands. The authentic Ethiopian honey wine is perfect to have with your meal while the coffee is a sure way to end a perfect evening.
The Ferrymans Restaurant and Bar has the distinct identity of being one of the first tenants on the scenic Waterfront. Built using bluestone with exposed brick walls, old photographs of the harbor and bentwood furniture which gives the restaurant a look of its earlier days. On the top floor lies a non-smoking restaurant whose menu goes the contemporary way, with an array of local delicacies like Peri Peri Chicken Wings and Chicken Liver Terrine. The restaurant also has a kids menu and a highly recommended daily special menu for those confused about what to order. On the drinks front, Ferrymans serves the most amazing ales from all over the world. The restaurant also has an outdoor garden area which provides excellent views of the Tabletop mountain. The place also makes for a great option to host your private event at. Call ahead for reservations and further inquiries.
The Odyssey is a place where patrons enjoy good food and locally-brewed beer. The pub is very spacious and it can accommodate larger groups with ease. Simple chairs and modest tables make comfortable seating spaces and the wooden decor adds a rustic charm to the place. The wood-polished bar and the exposed-brick wall behind it both make the place look old-school. The pub stems from an amalgamated love for food and music offering a platform for various forms of entertainment as visitors sip away at their filled glasses.The menu is lined with a variety of specials; Chilli Poppers, Mini Burgers, Sirloin & Mushroom, Crispy Skins taste amazing when accompanied with CBC Pilsner, Jack Black Lager, Stella Artois, Dragon Fiery Ginger Beer, &Union IPA and more. They also serve a few wines and their dessert menu is quite creative.
Located behind the Rhodes Memorial on Table Mountain, the Rhodes Memorial Restaurant and Tea Garden serves sumptuous dishes like Chili Eggs, Antipasto Misto, Tagliatelle Recco Salad and even Ostrich Burgers among other delicacies. Don’t worry if you have kids along, the restaurant not only has smaller portions for kids but a children’s playground complete with jungle gym, slides and swings as well. You can wash down the meals with classic cocktails like Cosmopolitan or Long Island Iced Tea. They also have a great selection of single origin and blended coffees, herbal teas and other specialty blends. With so much delicious goodness on offer combined with the casual, breezy atmosphere, it’s easy to lay back and leave your worries behind.
This chic restaurant and lounge can be found in Clifton, Cape Town. It is open 7 days a week in spring and 5 days a week from Wednesdays to Sundays in the winter. Their menu usually includes cuisines such as Mediterranean and Greek along with Sushi and seafood bars. Patrons can enjoy sipping on one of the many delicious cocktails they have to offer while unwinding in this lounge with truly opulent decor.
The verdant Newland neighborhood is where this quaint bar is tucked away, in full view of the mountains. Wildly popular with the locals, this bar dates back to as long as 1852, making it the one of the oldest bars in the country. The food is freshly made and delightful, and the old-fashioned ambiance comforting and beautiful. ‘Forries’, as it is fondly called, caters to large families and groups of friends, besides hosting regular football matches and other important sport events.
Steenberg Farm is one of Cape Town’s most prominent vineyard in Cape Town South Africa and can be found in the Constantia Valley. Bistro Sixteen82 is the counterpart to its restaurant Catherina’s as well as the hotel and cellars. Headed by an award winning chef, the restaurant is always adding to its already interesting arrayed menu, of which popular items are the tapas segment and the unique raw bar. The elegant setting makes for a romantic and beautiful meal.
Café Roux is housed within the Noordhoek Farm Village in the Central area of Cape Town. Established in 2006. The Café is a social platform to the locals in the village. While the children frolic and play in the spacious park areas, the adults find solace in a glass of wine and the excellent food. The café adapts well to the changing seasons, transforming into a cozy and cheerful dinner space by the fire place.
Brass Bell is a legendary Cape Town restaurant located in the hip and upcoming town of Kalk Bay. Brass Bell is just miles from Muizenburg and Simon’s Town and is right on the ocean overlooking the sea. Brass Bell offers a variety of seating locations - the local cabin pub is an outdoor seating area which is perfect for sunny days and decorated with old wooden ship artifacts, while the elegant inside seating area is perfect for a lovely evening of seafood, sushi or steaks. Brass Bell is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, so be prepared for crowds especially during whale watching season and peak holiday times.