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Popular Restaurants in Cape Town

If you're a first time visitor to Cape Town, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Cape Town.

What are some good restaurants in Cape Town?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Cape Town.

El Burro
Cape Town, South Africa 021 433 2364
Wooden Shoe
220 Main Rd Cape Town, Western Cape
Nelsons Eye
9 Hof St Gardens, South Africa
Den Anker
V & A Waterfront iKapa, iNingizimu Afrika
The Test Kitchen
375 Albert Road Cape Town, South Africa 021 447 2337
Truth Coffee Roasting
36 Buitenkant St Cape Town, WC 021 200 0440
Bean There Coffee Company - Cape Town
58 Wale St Cape Town, WC 087 943 2228
Constantia Glen
Constantia Main Rd Cape Town, WC 021 795 6100
Mzoli's Place
Ny 115 Cape Town, WC
Salt Restaurant (Bantry Bay)
34 Victoria Road Cape Town, WC 021 439 7258
TRUTH Coffeecult
1 Somerset Rd Cape Town, WC 021 418 0073
Hope Street Market
14 Hope Street Cape Town, WC
227 Long Street Cape Town, WC 021 424 5709
The Power And The Glory
13 B Kloof Nek Road Cape Town, WC 021 422 2108
Aces 'n Spades
62 Hout Street Cape Town, WC 073 426 9700

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"El Burro, The Test Kitchen, Aubergine Restaurant, The Dog's Bollocks for a unique eating experience, The Roundhouse Restaurant, and The Old Biscuit Mill"  See More

"Not upscale (quite the contrary), but if you need a steak and don't mind a divey, hole in the wall, the Wooden Shoe has great steaks in very memorable, tiny setting."  See More

"Codfather Restaurant was a great seafood spot and Nelsons Eye is great for steak."  See More

"My friends will laugh, but Den Anker is also great - Belgian restaurant at the waterfront, not a very authentic Cape Town experience but on the Harbour with good food!"  See More

"The best coffee shop in Cape Town, in my opinion, is Bean There Coffee Company - Cape Town"  See More

"Once at Cape Town: Highly recommended is Constantia Glen winelands, do try their great cheese and wine pairings."  See More

"And I can't forget, Mzoli's Place is a famous braai (barbecue) spot in the Gugulethu township!"  See More

"If you're looking for something nicer, Salt Restaurant at the Ambassador Hotel in Bantry Bay (one of the beach/waterfront sections of Cape Town."  See More

"The Hope Street Market (so-called due to the surrounding mountains) is also great for young people and plenty to do and see."  See More

"za/reviews/the-power-the-glory/ - Known as Cape Town’s local “hipster” hangout Aces 'n Spades- http://www."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. El Burro
  2. Wooden Shoe
  3. Nelsons Eye
  4. Den Anker
  5. The Test Kitchen
  6. Truth Coffee Roasting
  7. Bean There Coffee Company - Cape Town
  8. Constantia Glen
  9. Mzoli's Place
  10. Salt Restaurant (Bantry Bay)
  11. TRUTH Coffeecult
  12. Hope Street Market
  13. Fiction
  14. The Power And The Glory
  15. Aces 'n Spades
Where can I find out more about Cape Town?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Cape Town locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Cape Town.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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