With beautiful views over the Atlantic Ocean towards Robben Island and past the Mouille Point lighthouse, Sotanos has a little something for everyone on its Mediterranean inspired menu.
On Friday nights Sotanos has its sunset sessions to the accompaniment of smooth tunes courtesy of Abbott Nu Jazz. The Daiquiris are insanely good, make sure you Uber, because the combination of the fresh sea air, great drinks and outstanding views will make you quickly lose track of how much fun you’re having.
Not to forget, the tapas selection is extensive too, pan-seared scallops, Patatas Bravas or grilled chicken satays are all brilliantly prepared and beautifully presented!
Come for the view, stay for supper.
(P.S. Every Wednesday, Sotano serves up its popular two for one Lamb Burger Special from 5pm)
Laid back and by the sea, you can put your feet in the sand while watching a stunning sun set into the ocean with a delicious and refreshing cocktail to hand.
Right on the edge of Grotto beach and commanding impressive sea views with a relaxed atmosphere, you might be fooled into thinking that they may be a slouch in the kitchen, but not so, their food is as good as their location, view and cocktails.
In terms of cocktails, you really can’t go wrong with a Daquiri and these guys make a mean one, also their Tom Collins (Gin, lime juice, sugar, syrup, soda water) and Blue Lagoon (Vodka, Blue curaçao, lemonade) are amazing and refreshing, perfect for a hot afternoon on holiday.
Normally we wouldn’t go into great detail over a non-alcoholic cocktail, but the Pussyfoot made with pineapple, lime, orange and grenadine is an amazing summer flavor, and one that may be great with a shot of something exciting.
As a way to round off a great day watching whales and tasting wines, you really can’t go wrong with the enchanted air coming off the sea, and something icy and nice to drink.