Named after a hotel in Madagascar that the owners were staying at when they fell in love with the idea of artisanal bread and baking, this is a true gem in the crown of the V&A and worth spending some serious time in!
Priding themselves on making everything from scratch, Vovo Telo has no shortage of amazing offerings. From buttery freshly made croissants to Pain au Chocolate to lemon meringue tartlets to muffins to cupcakes and every type of bread under the sun.
Milnerton gives you the view of Table Mountain that you know from the postcards.
This unforgettable vista is accompanied by a vast and exceptional menu and an amazing spacious deck to enjoy it all on.
For starters there are several delicious options which include snails in garlic butter and chicken or beef trinchado.
The seafood is outstanding, we highly recommend a platter with Kingklip, butterfly grilled tiger prawns, tuna steaks, calamari, mussels in a white wine and garlic sauce and beer battered Hake. It’s a bit of everything and really shows off the chef’s skills.
The West Coast has a rough beauty to it, long beaches, choppy seas and endless views.
Ons Huisie celebrates the West Coast “Kos” (afr. food) culture through simple, almost rustic dishes prepared with love and plenty, simplicity and creativity.
Try the Harlem long linefish, the catch of the day served with creamy herb mash, seasonal vegetables and smothered in lemon cream. Alternatively, treat yourself to oven baked snoek with an apricot and butter sauce, you can’t go wrong.
For dessert, have the souskluitjies, traditional steamed dumplings with cinnamon and custard, pure heaven.
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!
The best (and main) reason to visit Cape Town is the ocean and the unparalleled views offered up by it. This week we will be looking at food with a view, great eating options by the sea. So, you can enjoy a bite and the vistas.
Newport is a firm favourite in the area and the reasons are many, but specifically, the consistently great food that they repeatedly serve. Come and start your day with a Birchers Breakfast, consisting of a homemade blend of oats, nuts, dried fruit & yoghurt served with grated apple, banana, raisins, toasted almonds and honey, laden with goodness!
Have a lunch of heroes, with an Italian Pollo Bowl, a grilled chicken breast, served with some chickpeas, baby marrow and tomato relish, cooked spinach and roast butternut on a bed of quinoa, served with parmesan shavings.
A brisk stroll and some takeaway snacks round it all off nicely, enjoy!
Welcome to Lily’s. Lily’s is an eclectic, vibrant midtown eatery with a focus on sustainable, local foods and wines.
They serve up contemporary food all day in a relaxed setting overlooking the sea. As popular for breakfast as it is for cocktail hour, you will always find the venue well-visited.
Try the Lamb Popsicles, beautifully French trimmed lamb cutlets with rosemary, chili, garlic, olives, lemon and new baby potatoes. For dessert wrap it up with The Sandwich, a berry ripple cheesecake with ice-cream and vanilla cookies.
Pizza at Burrata is situated at the iconic and hipster-chic Old Biscuit Mill.
The interior is reminiscent of the trendy restaurants found in the New York Meat Packing District with the amazing centerpiece being a hand-built pizza oven from Naples (able to reach 480° Celsius and bake a perfect Pizza in 90 seconds).
It certainly helps that the co-owner Neil Grant is an internationally acclaimed sommelier, this reflects in the thoughtfully selected wine list.
Try the Vacca Sacra - Pizza Bianca, delicious mozzarella, parmesan, garlic, delicate beef carpaccio, fresh rocket and a refined balsamic reduction, beautiful!