The 41 is a contemporary mediterranean restaurant in Camps Bay with a view to die for!
This spring they will be showcasing the exciting Spring Jazz Series, featuring amazing jazz trios every Thursday evening from 19:30 – 21:30. The artists will perform an accessible blend of jazz Standards, South African jazz, Latin jazz and light pop.
Aside from the excellent entertainment, they have a great menu to boot, including the epic “41 Platter” which contains ten prawns, grilled sustainable line fish, deep-fried calamari, steamed crab claw, sides of salad and fragrant rice, Sriracha mayo, lemon butter and six oysters.
A special gastronomically inclined Women's Day event catered for foodies is taking place on the Camps Bay “Strip”, palm trees, sea views, beautiful people and amazing tastes.
We’re talking about a three-course luncheon menu elegantly designed to take you on a flavour journey that is wholesome, intricate and grounded in conscious living.
Gluten, dairy, meat and free options are available across the board, ensuring something for everyone. Expect delights such as wild mushroom risotto with thyme, parmesan cheese and crispy shimeji’s or an heirloom tomato salad with toasted almonds, baby beets, buffalo mozzarella and a lime/basil infusion.
Everything will be paired with elegant Cointreau cocktails, bubbles and a little Happy Culture Kombucha.
A festival of taste to treat yourself like a goddess!
On the way from Camps Bay to Llandudno a small divot of the Table Mountain National Park has been winkled out and made into a fabulous boutique hotel, spa and restaurant/bar.
The Azure Restaurant has been hosting Serendipity Sundays for a while now, and they are awesome. Relax to the soothing tones of the resident lounge singer and enjoy the expansive Sunday lunch buffet on offer.
There are fireplaces for the cold days and outdoor seating for those rarer patches of sunlight, bring a healthy appetite and some good friends :-)
With the 12 Apostles Mountain Range behind you and the Atlantic Ocean in front, the la Belle Bistro and Bakery is one of the most beautifully situated eateries in Camps Bay. The decadent baked goods and sweets are complemented and juxtaposed against modern finishes.
Perfect for a delicious breakfast, a business meeting or a romantic afternoon bite, this venue lends itself to all sorts.
Enjoy hot artisanal coffees with cupcakes, chocolate torte, gingernut biscuits, crunchies muffins, or chewy choc chip cookies.
You also have the choice of a full a-la-carte dinner menu with some excellent choices for a delightful dinner. Try the pomegranate glazed salmon trout with pickled red onion, peas, beans, sticky rice and herb aioli, it is amazing!
With wrap around views of Camps Bay, Lions Head and the Twelve Apostles, Chinchilla offers a playful, boho-chic interior and amazing (really, really amazing) cocktails brought to you courtesy of their in-house mixologist.
Grab yourself a chicken paillard, a delicious chicken breast with lemon, fresh herbs, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper, elevated and fantastic. Alternatively, have yourself some monkfish goujon with bread crumbs, lemon, sea salt, black pepper and tartar sauce, it is sublime and worth coming back for more.
To go with that have a vanilla orange pomegranate Margarita with Don Julio Tequila, orange vanilla infused Martini Bianco, fresh lime and pomegranate juice, Uber home 😊
One to enjoy with the kids, this biblical tale of Joseph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat is the musical Andrew Lloyd Webber production brought to you by Pieter Toerien.
The tale is cheeky, hilarious and exuberant, the songs are catchy and heartfelt and you will find yourself busting out in show tunes unexpectedly for the next several days. This show has entertained and amazed theatregoers since the 70s, and features award-winning musical pieces like ‘Any Dream Will Do’ and ‘Close Every Door’.
The show has re-opened its doors due to unprecedented and massive local demand and features the stellar cast of Earl Gregory as Joseph, Nádine as the narrator and both Jonathan Roxmouth and Anton Luitingh playing the Pharaoh.
Be prepared to be amazed, this is a vibrant and cross-cultural take on this story, brilliantly executed and just a wild ride from beginning to end. After the show, head across the Camps Bay Strip for a leisurely cocktail or some hot chocolate, to discuss your favourite bits.
‘Rumbullion’ is an archaic English term for a riotous good time, and the venues ambience lends itself to exactly that, encompassing the terraced outer grounds of the renowned Roundhouse Restaurant.
The Roundhouse Restaurant itself is the peak of the intersecting points of service and culinary prowess, and anything that exits their kitchen is absolutely draped in perfection. But today we focus on the outside, where the somewhat austere severity that accompanies true food appreciation is toned done to the sensation of an incredibly high end picnic.
The morsels to consume are of the highest order, grab a Roundhouse Bakery ciabatta, some cheeses and preserves from one of their pretty presentations, top it off with some black forest ham and a craft beer or two. The next bit is the easy part, sip, nibble and soak in the Camps Bay view from the Unesco World Heritage site.