Cape Town with its sprawling vistas and beautiful natural surrounds could easily be one of the prettiest and most romantic spots on the globe, coupled with some great restaurants this makes Cape Town “Romantic-date-Central”
We’ve compiled a list of the most romantic dinning destinations in the mother city.
Kloof street house is an eclectic colonial inspired restaurant and bar set in a magnificent Victorian house on the famous kloof street, nestled in the Table mountain valley.
Tel: 021 423 4413
Cotton and Ice. Sand and sequins. Beautiful, bronzed and a little bit blasphemous – it’s the Bungalow.
Take balmy add a splash of bubbly stir in a breezy blonde pop in an oyster and it’s the Bungalow. Bungalicious if you will.
+27 (0) 21 438 2018
Situated in Hout Bay. Serving Pacific Rim cuisine. Sourcing from local as possible to bring you the most amazing and unique dining experience Hout Bay has seen.
079 067 4919
The Greenhouse expertly showcases the cuisine of Cape Town’s first Relais & Chateaux Grand Chef, Peter Tempelhoff and his talented team. +27 (0)21 794 2137
The big fireplace is just the thing for those winter days but the huge glass walls that open onto a vista of vineyards let in lots of sunshine. 021 713 2222
Several hundred years ago, the Dutch East India Company traded between Europe, the Cape of Good Hope and Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam. Kronendal Manor relives the romance of this era, when the refinements of an eastern way of life were imported to the west for the very first time. 021 790 8004
95 Keerom Street, circa 1682, originally housed the stables and slave quarters of the Company Gardens. Many of the original elements, including the façade and brick walls, have been saved in the restoration process. +27 21 422 0765