Cape Town eateries

This page is going to get really long! There are so many fantastic eateries in the Mother City that it is impossible to write about them all at once. However, here are some that I have tried and enjoyed, with more on the way!

Nuri Sushi, Durbanville
Nuri Sushi is popular with Capetonians and with good reason - their gourmet creations are a sight to behold and delicious to eat too - and now you can tuck into a platter of their sushi or a poke bowl in the Northern Suburbs. Read more

Burger and Lobster, Cape Town
This chic restaurant on trendy Bree Street may seem a little expensive for many of us, but if you get in before the end of August, you can tuck into the best of their menu for less than R150. Read more

Ahem Gallery and Cafe
An illustration, concept art and animation gallery with a cafe serving delicious light meals and beverages has opened in Lower Main Road in Observatory and it's delightful! Read more

TonyH Artisan Chocolates
These delicious and decadent hand-made chocolates and truffles can be found at various markets in Cape Town. Think Macadamia Nut Butter in Light Milk Chocolate, Youngberry Liqueur in Dark Chocolate, Banana & Nutmeg truffles and Bacon & Brie truffles. Food of the Gods indeed! Read more

Graze
Enjoy a meal in this light and airy child-friendly restaurant in Kenilworth with its hydroponic vertical herb garden and where the dishes are fresh and wholesome. Real food, made simple. Just like it should be. Read more

Blonde & Beard
A funky little joint by the sea in Muizenberg that serves a great breakfast, even better coffee and the staff are really helpful and cheerful. Read more

The Dogs Bollocks
Best burgers in town (and definitely the biggest!) Also good for breakfast and lunch - where else in the world are you going to have a Mucky Mary’s Hubcap Breakfast or a sandwich from The Bitches Tits? Read more