Cape Town is renowned for it quirky and “vibey” eating spots that are sure to get those taste buds tantalized. If you haven’t tried these places as of yet – you are definitely missing out. Seeing that the Cape has so much to offer in the culinary department, we thought that we would break it down for you and show you the best restaurants in Cape Town.
So, what’s for breakfast?
1.Starling’s Locale in Claremont
This popular breakfast spot has a café’ atmosphere surrounded by art as well as a small gift shop. Be sure to try their bacon eggs benedict and famous iced-coffee. Yum!
2. Jarryds in Seapoint
On a bit of a health kick? Or are you wanting to indulge in flapjacks with strawberry compote, vanilla mascarpone and maple syrup? Jarryds is a definite must! A popular cycling destination on a Saturday morning and few steps away from the sea. Their quick and friendly service and delectable coffees will be sure to put you in a good mood.
3. Lunch Time | Cabron Taco Bar
Bree Street is notorious for its upbeat and lively atmosphere. Which is why we couldn’t resist including the buzzing Mexican Cabron Taco bar into our blog. Here is where you will expect to find under 10 menu items, the most delicious tacos in town, and of course – tequila!
4. Fine dining for dinner | Chef’s Warehouse at Beau Constantia
With chef Ivor Jones (from the Test Kitchen) in charge of the kitchen – guests can expect nothing butt the same cutting-edge cuisine combined with a relaxed atmosphere that Liam Tomlin’s original eatery is so well-known for. And did we even mention the views?
5. La Colombe in Constantia
Here is where you will expenct excellence and perfection on every plate. La Colombe is one of South Africa’s most iconic and acclaimed fine dining establishments which has resulted in countless local as well as international awards. La Colombe is situated on the picturesque Silvermist organic wine estate and looks over the Constantia wine valley, Hout Bay and False Bay. Undoubtedly one for the books, and a truly unforgettable experience!
That wraps up the five restaurants in Cape Town that locals love, we look forward to seeing you in our next blog!
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