Kitima at the Kronendal is situated in an old Cape-Dutch style homestead dating back to the 17th Century. All dishes are created with the utmost care by a highly accredited team of Thai chefs. The ingredients are sourced from the best local suppliers where possible – otherwise they are imported from Thailand.
Hummingbird is a wonderful new cafe. We serve a choice of great breakfasts, light lunches and the best cakes and sweet banting treats available.
Chef’s Warehouse at Beau Constantia, like to keep things fresh and fun for both their patrons as well as their chefs with a seasonal and produce-driven menu that changes regularly, with the signature experience being tapas for 2.
You will be encouraged to stay as long as you like and may find yourself still finishing off lunch at 4:00pm. You’re likely to even receive a kiss from Spiro on departure and that is regardless of whether you’re male or female, according to the Greek tradition.
Harbour House Constantia Nek has given an iconic destination restaurant a new lease on life. A sophisticated, light space with views over the verdant Constantia Valley, that can seat 80-100 people. This is the oldest wine producing region in Africa and houses many award-winning wine farms.
The ‘Quentin at Oakhurst’ restaurant and cellar is the cumulative result of a longstanding vision to host and serve superb food in a unique setting. Located on one of the original Hout Bay farms, the restaurant follows in the footsteps of generations of family food farming and cooking traditions.
Mariner’s Wharf is the first harbour front emporium in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere. regarded as one of Africa’s best seafood restaurants, not only for its authentic harbour side ambience and spectacular views.
The Lookout Deck is a restaurant in Hout Bay Harbour that arguably boasts one of the best views in the Western Cape. Situated on the water’s edge in Hout Bay Harbour, the restaurant boasts breath-taking mountain and ocean views.
Situated right on the beach, Dunes offers a wide variety of seafood, steaks, burgers and Mediterranean food. The perfect place to take a family, as it has a large playground downstairs. The best place to enjoy a sundowner in Hout Bay.
As you ascend the winding road on Silvermist estate, time seems to slow down. At each bend, as the city tilts away beneath you, you rise to new heights of quiet anticipation. There’s a reason you feel this way – you’re on top of a mountain and about to dine at the new incarnation of La Colombe.
Cheyne’s serves Pacific Rim cuisine. Sourcing from local as possible to bring you the most amazing and unique dining experience Hout Bay has seen. Pacific Rim cooking combines Pacific Island foods and Asian cooking techniques.
The Chapman’s Peak Restaurant was established over 25 years ago. It has become the grand old lady of outdoor seafood restaurants in Cape Town, with decades of worldwide reputation for its famous calamari and seafood.