Super Japanese fare in a sleek, but dramatic environment. A sweep of drapes cascade down to a dining area characterised by the slim designer chairs ... More
Super Japanese fare in a sleek, but dramatic environment. A sweep of drapes cascade down to a dining area characterised by the slim designer chairs and tables - as with many Japanese eateries, there's that feeling that you're eating on stage. Softening the effect are random palms and a tank of what one presumes to be nervous fish. There's a broad range of Japanese fare, and by no means just sushi. If you're shy of raw fish, there are plenty of cooked options, and even the fish-shy will find meaty alternatives such as the beef katsu (crumbed fillet). Fans of sushi are pampered with a remarkable array served in a giant conch. You're given a sherry and a nori handroll when you arrive. Wines are available, but go with the Japanese specialities - sake, Sapporo and Kirin beers.
The Cape Town Tourism Information Centre is located in the heart of the city, a quick stroll from Greenmarket Square.
It is spacious and well laid out with an impressive assortment of brochures as well as maps, magazines, and ...
A really fabulous guesthouse and a great alternative for anyone wanting to get away from the formal hotel experience. Guests
are made to feel welcome at Chartfield and it's perfect if you want to enjoy Cape Town's many attractions ...
The hotel has retained the authenticity of this 29 room Georgian building located 15 km far away from the Cape
Town International Airport. Services and facilities include reception, babyysitting, laundry and dry cleaning service, car rental, Internet access, photocopy ...