Cape Town

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Woodstock
9 reviews
Chef Luke Dale-Roberts presents creative, eclectic fare at The Old Biscuit Mill in Cape Town. — Gayot
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Japanese
5 reviews
This branch of the upmarket global Japanese chain is a smooth-running operation. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
7 reviews
Touristy as it may be, this friendly restaurant is perhaps the only one coasting boasting city views and an array of African cuisine. — Fodor's
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European
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
5 reviews
German-born Harald Bresselschmidt is one of Cape Town’s most consistent chefs, producing creative, hearty dishes. — Lonely Planet
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European
4 reviews
What was once Lord Charles Somerset's 'shooting box' has been tastefully renovated into a contemporary restaurant. — Time Out
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European
7 reviews
For a sublime French dinner, head 20 minutes out of the city to the Constantia winelands to one of the city's most beautiful wine estates, Constantia Uitsig. — Concierge
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Cafe
5 reviews
A quirky yet elegantly decorated space – think deer heads with broken crockery and contemporary art – showcases the art and culinary creations of Jacques Erasmus. — Lonely Planet
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Diners
East City Corridor
5 reviews
Chef-owner Luke Dale-Robert’s low-key tapas spot is the coastal port’s most buzzed-about restaurant. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Gardens & Surrounds
6 reviews
This chic white-on-white spot located in the shadow of Table Mountain evokes the beach home of a sophisticated friend, and its breakfast clientele is no less stylish. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Southern Peninsula
4 reviews
Masterchef Franck Dangereux might have opted for the less stressful life in Noordhoek, but that doesn’t mean this operation skimps on quality. — Lonely Planet
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Burgers
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
6 reviews
Gourmet burgers in a hip hang-out that pack a surprise with unusual combinations, such as brie or roasted vegetables in the bun — Rough Guide
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Italian
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
4 reviews
Meat lovers might want try this premium steak restaurant, which also has a branch on Kloof St. — Lonely Planet
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Japanese
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
7 reviews
The steamed dumplings alone warrant a visit to this Asian tapas joint in the center of Cape Town. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Mediterranean
Southern Peninsula
5 reviews
Always buzzing, a tad scruffy and with views of the harbour, Olympia offers great coffee or freshly squeezed orange juice for breakfast, accompanied by their own freshly baked goods. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
Wondrous culinary magic happens at this conservatory-like dining room overlooking the beautiful gardens of the Cellars-Hohenort Hotel. — Fodor's
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Italian
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
7 reviews
  Charming chef/owner Giorgio Nava is everywhere at this svelte Italian restaurant set in a 17th-century former stable house — Travel + Leisure
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Steakhouse
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
6 reviews
Meat lovers should head to Gugulethu township and Mzoli's Place, a rough-and-ready family-staffed butcher shop where chosen cuts are roasted on a giant braai and served with pap, the local polenta. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Asian
5 reviews
If you like highly experimental food, Myoga is hard to beat. — Frommer's
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Cafe
5 reviews
The food is excellent, any kind of eggs, pulled pork sandwiches and deluxe coffee being our staples. The staff are heavily tattooed and super-friendly. — On the Grid
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Japanese
Green Point & Waterfront
5 reviews
Watch the mall rats go by as you indulge in the fresh fare of this sushi stalwart. — Time Out
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