Cape Paradise location is ideal for first-timers in Cape Town. Not only do the guests enjoy a fabulous view of Table Mountain, but the close proximity to some of the Mother City’s best restaurants is not only convenient but a real treat. And the best thing: You can casually explore them on foot.
Nestled on the slopes of Table Mountain
The Bombay Bicycle Club
The Bombay Bicycle offers excellent cuisine in a beautiful bohemian Atmosphere. The eclectic menu offers anything from pasta to carnivorous mains. The Bombay is a great place to open a bottle of wine with friends and savour Cape Town summer nights.
Bacini’s offers traditional Italian fare. The cosy family restaurant offers flavourful pasta and pizza from the clay oven. On sunny days and balmy nights you can enjoy your food in the garden and say “La Dolce Vita” of be lazy and just get a takeaway; the pizza is still among the best in town.
This tranquil garden offers an all-day retreat from city life. Café Paradiso is a great for a sun-soaked breakfast or lunch. The menu has a Mediterranean feel with proven favourites for the younger guests. Children and animals are more than welcome to this garden retreat.
This artisan eatery has a passion for fresh, seasonal ingredients prepared with love and attention to detail. If you are in for an Epicurean treat have a look at Manna Epicure’s seasonal menu or try one of their handcrafted breads. The deli fridge offers cold meats and cheese as well as tapas, salads and gourmet sandwiches to take home.
Melissa’s deli and food shop is a great place for breakfast, a light lunch or just a cup of coffee. Choose from a selection of handmade salads and grab some treats for later. Melissa’s cakes are highly recommended.