The Pepper Club Restaurant On The Beach | Restaurant Camps Bay | South Africa | Contemporary

The Pepper Club Restaurant On The Beach

The Pepper Club Restaurant, exudes luxury and style with a touch of Hollywood glamour. Set on the famous Camps Bay beach front, the Pepper Club brings a new level of sophistication to fine dining.
  Restaurant Summary  


Price Range: R 59 - R 1,200 p/p*
Caters: 200
Ambience: Chilled
Parking: Yes
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  Proximity Location  
Camps Bay beach:0.1 km
The V&A Waterfront :9.8 km
Table Mountain cable car:3.2 km
The Cape Quarter lifestyle center :7.2 km
Hout Bay Harbour :25.2 km
Signal hill:3.7 km
  Activities Nearby  
Shopping :9.7 km
Surfing :0.5 km
Hiking:1.2 km
Wine tasting :45.7 km
Theater :0.8 km
Sports field:0.3 km
Swimming :0.1 km
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The Pepper Club Restaurant, on Camps Bays seafront promenade is the latest chic and trendy restaurant to grace the beach front.
The Stylish décor inside, parades the opulent luxury of this elite Beach Club venue, the cozy high back chairs, unhindered views of the atlantic ocean and an outside wooden deck make the Pepper Club Restaurant the perfect place to spend summer evenings, admiring the beauty of African sunsets.
The Pepper Club Restaurant is fast becoming the ultimate socialite venue, if its mingling you like then make your way to The Pepper Club.
The Pepper Club Restaurant oozes style and charm.
The Pepper Club menu vaunts an international fare of heavenly dishes such a, Cray fish Salad, Trio of Game and other scrumptious meals, the menu has brought new meaning to gastronomy.
Executive chef Carsten (Tony) Kocke, of the Pepper Club Restaurant is a renowned Michelin starred chef, with over thirty years of culinary experience in some of Europe's and South Africa's top establishments.
His attention to detail and complete dedication to his work shines through on ever single dish of food that is served.
“Camps Bay has always had a mixture of local and international influences. I am looking forward to bringing these elements together in the dishes we serve and to making Pepper Club on the Beach one of the many must visit attractions Cape Town has to offer,” says Executive chef Carsten (Tony) Kocke.
The Pepper Club Restaurant is in a perfectly location.
The Pepper Club Restaurant is also available as a venue for you to host wedding's, anniversaries, private or corporate functions, and 21 st birthday parties.
As well as being a great location for movie or fashion shoots, it also offers its Pepper Club hotel guests changing room facilities, for when they return from beach.
Live cover performances of musicians like Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash and many more can be enjoyed at The Pepper Club Restaurant on certain evenings though out the month.
Quote characterAnonymous - 12 February 2013SelectedNot SelectedNot SelectedNot SelectedNot Selected
Once we served our drinks, not one waiter/waitress came to see to us, yet the table right next to us were asked twice if things were fine. When we finally got the attention of a waiter for the bill, he only came back to us 5mins later. We asked for the bill again, and he proceeded to verbally tell us a total-no physical bill! I went to the manager to inform her of the terrible service we received, but no apology. Needless to say, we won't go back nor will we recommend it to anyone else. The worst service we have ever received anywhere in the world!!
Quote characterAnonymous - 02 March 2012SelectedNot SelectedNot SelectedNot SelectedNot Selected
we had been to the restaurant before in february 2011 and decided to go again to celebrate our anniversary in feb 2012. We were both disappointed with the service as we felt we were being rushed to make our drinks order, our waiter was not friendly, but came across as aggressive...perhaps he had a long day as it was already approaching 21:230...however that shouldnt matter. I ordered a seafood paella...which was bland and boring, all i ate was the rice and prawns and kept on having to put on salt and i do not generally do that. My husband had a steak with wedges and glazed carrots...he enjoyed the carrots more than the steak. All in all we were so disappointed, we decided not to take a chance with desert. when we had to pay, the card machine was broken and my husband had to leave and draw money at an atm...which took 30 minutes just to pay the bill. We definately wont be going back!
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It was phenominal
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