Rolling, well-treed lawns spread themselves before a terracotta building (once a perfumery) housing a small restaurant. With inter-leading rooms ... More
Rolling, well-treed lawns spread themselves before a terracotta building (once a perfumery) housing a small restaurant. With inter-leading rooms decked in shades of green, pressed ceilings, wooden floors and swathes of bright colour provided by bold French-style artist Mari, why not eat inside? Or, perhaps dining under a giant pepper tree next to a fountain, where the atmosphere created by the magnificent scenery is just as vibrant, is preferable?The menu has a distinctive style using lots of vegetables in intriguing ways and employing some inspired ideas. There's plenty of spice and a decided Eastern influence. The red-wine braised spicy chicken stuffed into squid tubes and then fried is sensational. Franschhoek wines form the bulk of the wine list.
This is the oldest part of Cape Town's harbor, dating back to 1860. Although still a working harbor, it has
transformed into one of Cape Town's prime attractions. Restaurants, bars and cafes abound, and 240 stores of all descriptions ...
The very trendy and wildly popular Savoy Cabbage, is a strikingly different venue in a vast space alongside an old
forge, in a restored Georgian square. For those who enjoy excitement in atmosphere and food, this is definitely the ...
Just a minute away from restaurants, pubs, theatre and shops, the Breakwater Lodge operated by Protea Hotels is perfectly positioned
in the heart of the Cape Town's Victoria and Alfred Waterfront development. Once a 19th century prison, the hotel ...
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