Cafe Caprice opened in 2001 and is located on Victoria Road in Camps Bay. During its time, the restaurant has attracted a trendy crowd of sophisticated youths, beautiful models and famous celebrities. Furthermore, the location and design of the place is just spectacular. I don't think many restaurants in Cape Town can compete with Cafe Caprice. You are able see the white sand of the Camps Bay beach, the palm trees, the ocean and the mountains. You can’t ask for more.
The de facto home of bronzed bodies, sarongs and the latest Ray Ban shades, Café Caprice is loved by a cool set of loyal fans from locals to international stars and sportsmen, and has always been the place to see and be seen by those who enjoy kicking back in one of the world’s most beautiful settings.
Open 7 days a week, Café Caprice is frequented for its always-good food, decadent cocktail menus and great all-round vibe, earning it the status of the “jewel in Cape Town’s entertainment crown”. Café Caprice is also the regular venue choice for special occasions and events, with customisable menu’s, areas open for hire, esteemed DJ’s on the decks and a team of staff who’s priority it is to make their customers happy.
As much of a must-visit for all out-of-towners as Robben Island and Table Mountain, Café Caprice never disappoints. To book a table now, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 4388315.
Average main course: R60 Licensed: Yes, corkage: R20 Seating Capacity: 120 Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Open 7 days a week
Nom Nom King wrote at March 16, 2011 - 09:29 PM:
Went there a while ago with some friends. The place had excellent service and friendly staff...Was amazed by the well-blended cocktails, which really hit the spot on a hot evening. I shared a nachos platter with another person and that also helped lined the stomach. Overall, definitely a place worth recommending regardless of comments about simply going there to be seen