Cape Town has some of the best restaurants in the World.
If you are not confident to take a taxi to dinner, or if you do not want to drive, then we can arrange for transport to take there and bring you back. Charges are based on distance from your place of residence.
Take 2 Tours recommends:
Baia, the Codfather, and Harbour House are probably Cape Town’s Best Seafood Restaurants
If you really want to eat “authentic” Cape Malay, you must try the Bo-Kaap Kombuis/Kitchen. which is situated right in the middle of the Muslim area called the Malay Quarter, which is pretty much, where the cuisine originated. For those of you who want cooking lessons……THIS WE CAN ARRANGE!
African Cuisine: Try Gold Restaurant, or Africa Cafe.
Steakhouses: Carne, and the Butcher Shop
South Africa’s Top Restaurant at the moment, is the restaurant at Waterkloof.
And if you are staying for more than a couple of nights in Cape Town, try to squeeze in either Aubergine, La Mouette, or my personal favourite Cheynes.
For Gourmet Gurus, we suggest that you spend a night or two in the Cape Winelands. Famous restaurants such as La Petite Colombe, La Petite Ferme, Delaire Graff, Babel, and Reubens and are at least 45 minutes from Cape Town centre. So it is worth staying in the area for one night at least.
What often disappoints us about people who visit Cape Town, is that they do not make time for Theatre. We have world class theatre, opera and ballet throughout the year. Look at www.computicket.com for the full list of “what’s on”.
That between November and April, every Sunday afternoon, there is a live music concert at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. This is BIG tradition in Cape Town. If you book transport with us, we can also arrange a picnic for you. The concerts are reasonably priced (approx R280 per person) and picnics cost approximately R400 per person. For a full list of the artists playing go tohttp://www.sanbi.org/frames/concertfram.htm