Restaurants in and around the Mother City are famous for their unique taste and the diversity of the dishes on their menu. Each restaurant has an innovative, vibrant atmosphere and may even have a view of the delightful Cape Town sights. Cape Town is well known for their tried and tested favourites, including Kosher, Halal, vegetarian and even Banting diet options. The choices are endless and tasteful.
Our guests have the option of including any of these restaurants as an optional stop when booking a private, full day Cape Peninsula tour. All reservations are made by Cape Coastal Tours on behalf of our clients.
Making your way to Cape Point, at the southwestern point of the African continent, there are many scrumptious restaurants where tourists, as well as locals, can enjoy the fresh ingredients that come together like a work of art. Enjoying the greenery, mountains and seashore along the drive, a good meal would be satisfying to top off the tour. Ocean Blue Restaurant, situated in Camps bay, is another one of Cape Town's most popular seafood restaurants. While dining you have a beautiful ocean view, seated in the unique and subtle seaside restaurant. Their menu consists of appetizing seafood dishes, pizzas, pastas and they even serve red and white meat. Their great service definitely makes them well worth the visit.
Contact No 021 438 9838
Address 1a, Promenade, 85 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay, Cape Town, 8040
A lunch stop at the famous Wharfside Grill at Mariner’s Wharf in Hout Bay, the first harbourfront emporium in Africa, is an excellent idea. This restaurant is open 7 days a week and one can have breakfast, lunch or supper. They are known for their tantalising, sea-fresh dishes and remarkable view of the busy harbour, making this stop worth the visit.
Next on the fine dining list is the Food Barn. They are situated in Noordhoek, surrounded by countless plants and trees. The food at this restaurant is appetising and delightfully tasty and is enjoyed in the more relaxed and casual atmosphere of a decorated barn. This restaurant would be the place to have a great feast.
Contact No 021 790 1100
Address Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806
Nestled at the Southernmost tip of Africa, we cannot forget about the Two Oceans Restaurant. This vibrant restaurant is situated at Cape Point, where there is always live action entertainment occurring at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. While passing through the nature reserve, en route to the Two Oceans restaurant, you may come across animals, fynbos, monuments and, of course, beautiful beaches. When entering at the South African National Park, a fee will be charged, regardless of you dining at the restaurant or not. The relaxed atmosphere of the refurbished Two Oceans restaurant makes it a unique place to dine. The menu is absolutely authentic with tantalising sensations of different seafood dishes, red meat, white meat and mouth-watering desserts, all while overlooking the ocean right in front of your eyes. This is definitely the place to feast at when visiting the National Park, and always a stop for both tourists and locals.
Contact No 021 780 9200
Address Cape Peninsula, Cape Town, 7975
Next up is the Black Marlin, which was once a whaling station, situated on the coast near Simon's town. En route to this fantastic restaurant, between June and November, you may find some whales swimming close-by or, if you’re lucky enough, you could even see them breaching out of the water. The Black Marlin is known for their mouth-watering seafood dishes and have a selection of cool drinks and wines. Their excellent and relaxing service, as well as the spectacular view, definitely make them worth the visit.
Contact No +27217861621
Address Millers Point, Simon's Town, Cape Town, 7975
En route through Simon’s Town, another fascinating place to dine would be Seaforth Restaurant. This restaurant is on the beachfront of Seaforth beach. Here you have both the sea and mountains providing a spectacular view. Their specialty would be the seafood dishes, but you can order white or red meat off their menu as well. Their meals are always succulent and tasty, with unique flavours in each and every one. If you’re lucky, you could even see a penguin or two swimming by at the water's edge.
Contact No +27217864810
Address Seaforth Beach Seaforth Road Simon's Town 7975
Then, of course, there would be the vibrant Harbour View restaurant situated in the picturesque harbour of Simon’s Town. This restaurant is famous for their atmosphere of fine dining, serving only the best on their menu from seafood to steaks and pastas. A selection of South African wines and desserts are also on offer. During whale season you could even witness one of the huge mammals leaping out of the water. Their friendly staff are ever ready to be at your service and make your experience a memorable one.
Contact No +27217861431
Address Shop 23 Quayside Centre, Corner Wharf Road and St Georges Street, Simon's Town, 7995
A good spot to eat is fixed on the very busy Kalk Bay Harbour side. While overlooking the Kalk Bay harbour, one can enjoy an authentic meal with a fine glass of wine or ice cold drink. Their meals are exceptionally appetising and desserts are of top class. Dining at Harbour House is an experience not to be missed. One of the reasons for their popularity can be awarded to the friendly, professional staff, exquisite décor and, of course, the fine food. All of these restaurants are set in spectacular locations and have a high standard for excellence and ambience. Service, food presentation and customers are their top priority and are what bring upliftment, joy and prestige to each of these restaurants. Cape Town and its food is special, authentic and breathtaking and is an experience, and taste, not to be missed.
Contact No +27217884133
Address Kalk Bay Harbour, Kalk Bay
Open/Close 12-4pm 6-10pm