Cape Town is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, and this shows not only through the different nationalities of people who call the city their home but through the vast array of restaurants serving up cuisine from every corner of the globe.
Are you planning a holiday to Cape Town really soon? You can think about where you want to eat before you go, as there are so many restaurants to choose from, and you may need a plan in order to fit all of them in.
We have put together a short list of three different cuisines, giving you an idea of where you may want to book a table:
Eastern Food Bazaar – Cape Town
An authentic Cape Town experience awaits at our buzzing canteen-style eatery. From Turkish kebabs to Cape-style biryanis, creamy North Indian curries and real tandoor dishes, the whole spice spectrum from Bombay to the Bo-Kaap is covered and deliciously so behind several counters.
Andalousse Moroccan Cuisine – Woodstock
Best Moroccan restaurant in town! – See 56 traveller reviews, 104 candid photos, and great deals for Woodstock, South Africa. If you are craving something different and/or have a taste for Moroccan food then don’t miss this place. The food was absolutely wonderful. We started with Moroccan Mint tea. It came with some traditional cookies which were made in house and tasted so good.
Rootis Cape Malay Restaurant
Rooti’s Cape Malay Restaurant is a very popular dining venue at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. They offer dishes that a full of flavour and are prepared in the traditional Cape Malay fashion. During the summer you can sit outside and enjoy some of their most popular dishes: rootis, denningvleis, smoorsnoek and koeksisters. Rooti’s is fully Halaal. In keeping with Cape Malay customs, the cuisine is halal and no alcohol is served. The surprise about the dishes is that signature curries are much milder than recipes from south-east Asia