The Greek Fisherman is an informal, buzzing restaurant with a view across the docks towards the city and Table Mountain. With its funky decor, ... More
The Greek Fisherman is an informal, buzzing restaurant with a view across the docks towards the city and Table Mountain. With its funky decor, including a chess-board ceiling and an intriguing sea-theme on the terracotta walls, you can't help but feel your spirits lifting as you tap away to traditional music. The menu consists of Greek food, with an emphasis on seafood, although there are lamb, chicken livers and other non-seafood dishes, a range of mezze, and a snack menu. Otherwise, expect the likes of seafood platters, pans of calamari, mussels, seafood kebabs, prawns, linefish and lobster. A must, are the traditional Greek desserts. Plenty of wines are available with a very modest mark-up.
There was nothing i disliked at all the place was abuss with locals and internationals.The staff was always smiling and the manger up and down speaking to the guest always short but attentive.Two members of staff really stood out The manager riaan and waiter nello well done you are really agreat establishment............
The Hilton Cape Town City Centre is easily accessible from the Cape Town Airport. Located in the heart of South
Africa's second largest city, at the foot of Table Mountain, the hotel is close to many shops and businesses, ...
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The hotel has retained the authenticity of this 29 room Georgian building located 15 km far away from the Cape
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