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Cape Town City Centre Restaurants | FoodBlogCT

Cape Town is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I always say that we should feel privileged that we are allowed to live in this beautiful region. Here you will find a wide range of restaurants with lots of different cuisines on offer. Everyone will find a place they will call "their own" and will want to go back to it every single week. Enjoy the variety of trendy restaurants located on Long Street (and surrounding streets) or choose a quiet restaurant closer to Foreshore. Just take your pick - ... and don't forget to comment about your dining experience. We want to hear from you! Below you will find the restaurants located in the CBD listed on FoodBlog. We hope you enjoy your dinner and have a good night-out! Please return to FoodBlog once you have dined at any of these CBD restaurants to write a short review.

Sinatra's Restaurant

Cape Town Sinatra's Restaurant Accommodating up to 200 guests, Sinatra's Restaurant offers modern outdoor terrace dining overlooking Pepper Street or a stylish, intimate indoor setting. From scrumptious breakfasts to candlelit dinner all using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, Pepper Club's continental-style combines South African flavours with an international twist. Special dietary requirements meet any guests’ needs.

Bistro on Rose

Cape Town Sinatra's Restaurant

Bistro on Rose offers a relaxed scene with a friendly bar menu and signature cocktails. Guests can indulge in Lunch, Brunch and Dinner at the bar, atrium or in banquettes and tables throughout the energetic space. Our mission: to present unpretentious but utterly delicious food. Share our love for seasonal produce and to provide accessible food with exceptional value.

Gold Restaurant

Gold Restaurant Cape Town Discover GOLD in Cape Town. From the moment you walk through the Gold of Africa Museum in the historic Martin Melck building into the ancient courtyards of Gold Restaurant you will feel the heartbeat of a unique African restaurant in Cape Town. GOLD Restaurant will take you on a taste safari from Cape Malay to African cuisine

The Noon Gun Cafe

The NoonGun Cafe Cape Town Noon Gun Tea Room & Restaurant – Home-based, family-owned restaurant situated at the very top of the Bo-Kaap area. We serve authentic Cape Malay dishes and desserts. We do not serve alcohol nor do we allow it on the premises. The restaurant boasts majestic views of Table Mountain, the Harbour, the City and Blouberg Mountains.

Col'Cacchio Pizzeria

Col'Cacchio Pizzeria Col'Cacchio Pizzeria is special in as much as our large selection of health or vegetarian pizzas are endorsed by the Heart Foundation of South Africa. All sauces are freshly prepared and Col’Cacchio endeavour to procure organic ingredients wherever viable. In addition to the extensive menu Col’Cacchio offers wheat-free tagliatelle and wheat and gluten free pizza bases for those that have a wheat intolerance.

Sgt Pepper

Sgt Pepper Long Street Situated in the heart of the mother city, on the first floor of a beautiful building where the old Zula bar use to be, lies a 300 sq. restaurant and bar called Sgt Pepper Long Street Cape Town. The emphasis lies on good times and we mean exactly that. The balcony has a 180 degree view of Long Street, what a vibe!


&Union Brewery Bree Street The cornerstone of the St Stephen's Church redevelopment on Cape Town's Bree Street, the &Union space occupies a section of the cellar in one of the cities oldest existing churches. The bar is small, with snug seating for about 35, and communal tables outside to take in the Cape Town summers. Steel stools, marble counters with brass detail, and pendant lights punctuating a sea of dark wood overhead.

Cafe Mozart

Cafe Mozart Nestled in the heart of the city on the Church Street antique market in the shade of beautiful old trees, Café Mozart is a gorgeous eclectic café that stirs up a sense of hist1ory and genteel English traditions – gin and tonic, high tea and rolling countrysides. Here, guests relax and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the decades-old market while watching the city go by.

Addis in Cape

Addis in Cape Addis in Cape is a loving and astonishing Ethiopian restaurant in Cape Town. It is located on Church Street and is a perfect venue for special events like parties, anniversaries, functions or birthdays. The Addis in Cape restaurant can house over 100 guests. The restaurant has an inviting ambience and offers a unique dining experience: The talented chefs, the truly Ethiopian feeling and the unique coffee ceremony are just a few aspects that make this restaurant one of the best and most unique in Cape Town.

Long Street Cafe

Long Street Cafe Long Street Cafe has fitted perfectly into the old fashioned ambience that is clearly evident in this famous street. This restaurant is a home from home for many locals whether they are enjoying a leisurely breakfast, business lunch, dinner or one of the many exotic cocktails on offer including the popular Long Street Iced Tea. The cosmopolitan clientele includes plenty of tourists, who mix comfortably with actors, artists, lawyers and politicians.


F.east Indian Restaurant Situated on the corner of Bloem and Long Street, F.east is the perfect restaurant to enjoy a lunch with friends or a romantic dinner with a partner. With two spacious balconies, over-looking the cosmic Long Street, F.east is sure to give you a different experience. We offer the best Indian cuisine in Cape Town and with an extensive wine-list, we promise to make your dining experience one to remember.

Alexander Bar

Alexander Bar Alexander Bar is a comfortable conversation space that\'s filled with old-world charm. It's fitted with a system of working antique phones that you're encouraged to use to chat to other tables or to order from the bar (by dialing 9). The kitchen serves classic sandwiches and salads with a gourmet twist as well as cheese & charcuterie boards.

Keenwa Peruvian Restaurant

Keewa Peruvian Restaurant Peruvian cuisine is becoming more of a conversational subject with many renowned Peruvian restaurants opening branches in the biggest international cities. Keenwa has many unique selling points customers seek from the restaurant industry these days. Not only are we the first Peruvian restaurant to open doors in Africa, but they also provide a great venue for corporate lunches, offering a relaxed and social environment for all our patrons. urthermore, the restaurant is conveniently located in the CBD - providing easy access to dine in true Peruvian/Cape Town summer alfresco style, which won’t break the bank either!

The Reserve Restaurant

The Reserve Cape Town The Reserve Restaurant and club, is housed in what is arguably one of Cape Town’s most beautiful buildings. “Superb bone structure” is the term often used to describe this heritage location and the various interior upgrades have simply made it more desirable than ever. The recent introduction of the Reserve Restaurant with Host-Extraordinaire Justin Paul at the helm, has turned the exclusive Reserve Night Club into a full-scale, perfect-night-out experience. Dinner at Reserve Restaurant inevitably leads to dancing and it is wise not to make too many plans for the rest of the evening.

The Orphanage Cocktail Emporium

The Orphanage Cape Town The Orphanage Cocktail Emporium offers an extraordinary theatre of cocktail alchemy, an unpretentious, top-quality sharing food menu of which the star is the signature crayfish rolls and truffle chips and a remarkable and rich history from the vibrant Mother City. Expect a laid back vibe, with DJ spinning deep-house with dancing until 2am.

 *You will find all restaurants located near the Cape Town city center below

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