FoodBlog – Cape Town Restaurants: Docks
The Docks offers contemporary European and South African dishes. They are located near the seal pen, the resting place for local marine life. The Robben Island ferries transport tourists to the Island and dock just outside the Docks restaurant.
Their menu caters for all preferences of tastes: seafood, pasta, burgers, African cuisine, salads, wraps and many meat dishes including springbok, ostrich and lobster.
You can also book a section of the Docks venue for private functions, conferences, birthdays etc. They give you the option of choosing from the menu but they can also provide set menus or buffe style dining.
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Discover harbour life, seals and good food on the Waterfront
Docks Restaurant at the Clocktower, V&A Waterfront offers diners unobstructed views of a few of the Mother City’s best features. Panoramic views of the harbour, the mountain and the V&A Waterfront will leave local visitors appreciative of these wonders and tourists breathless.
Based on the water’s edge it is a great place to relax and unwind.
Capturing the essence of Cape Town with its character and food, Docks Restaurant caters to a variety of needs and taste buds. Featuring an a la carte menu and specialising in seafood, Docks Restaurant caters for a variety of needs, offering a selection of food, such as burgers, pitas, salads, wraps and finer dining with its “from-the-ocean” servings. Its signature calamari is a favourite.
Docks Restaurant, formerly known as Berties Landing is also home of the Seal Pen, the resting place for local marine life. Tourists and local visitors are likewise amazed to see the seals so close.
The Robben Island ferries transport hundreds of tourists to and from the Island daily and dock just outside the Restaurant. Docks is a is a superb venue for private functions as the indoor section consists of two levels offering exclusivity and privacy.
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