Eat and Drink in Cape Town
Cape Town is an undisputed culinary capital – Condé Nast’s Readers’ Choice Awards voted it the number one food city in the world, a couple of years ago, which is unsurprising given the innovation and attitude with which chef’s produce anything from African through Italian, Indian, Mediterranean to Middle Eastern fare, more often than not with a departure from the conventional and a flourish that defies critique. A meal, or a drink with a view of the sea and the beach is a prerequisite when in the Mother City. Good neighbourhoods to head to include: Camps Bay, Clifton, Kalk Bay, St James, Sea Point, Green Point, the V & A Waterfront, Hout Bay, Bloubergstrand, Tableview and Melkbosstrand. Classic fish and chips are great at Hout Bay harbour.
At ASH passion and innovation come together to bring you memorable dishes cooked over charcoal. Expect an unpretentious fine dining experience, using local ingredients to create an international menu.
Welcome to GOLD, a unique African restaurant in the heart of Cape Town. Our set 14 course Cape Malay and African menu is a taste safari that will transport you from Table Mountain to Timbuktu. This culinary experience is accompanied by unique interactive traditional entertainment.
La Colombe is one of South Africa’s most iconic and internationally acclaimed fine dining establishments. Originally founded on the historic Constantia Uitsig wine estate, it relocated under new ownership to the picturesque Silvermist organic wine estate at the top of Constantia Nek, with breathtaking views overlooking the Constantia wine valley, False Bay and Hout Bay.
Well-known as the perfect venue for a stylish evening out, we offer guests live entertainment from our dance floor alongside superb dinner courses. Renowned for our fresh seafood and Chalmar steak, our menu comprises of classic dishes with a subtle Portuguese flair.
Since its opening day the pot luck has filled 2 sitting’s each night throughout high and low season, running to capacity of one hundred and twenty guests.