Addis in Cape
Touristy, yes, but tasteful and fun: serves up a 14-course banquet of African flavours, including a few local Cape Malay items and food from across the continent with participatory entertainment: bang a drum!
Jonkershuis at Groot Constantia (Cape Malay)
More refined Cape Malay dining experience in the Cape Town winelands at historic Groot Constantia winery – good food and wine combined!
The total African culinary experience set in stunning Kirstenbosch Gardens – choices from the Cape to Cairo and everywhere in between, but including some unique South African specialities like Potjiekos. Also offers snacks, buffets and picnics for all-day dining and kid’s menu.
Marco’s African Place
In this vibrant orange building, you’ll not only encounter authentic décor, but live music and dancing too. The menu specialises in game, such as, springbok, kudu and ostrich accompanied by pap and other staples. There’s also an extensive list of local wines.
Mzansi (South African)
Get a real feel for Langa Township at this African restaurant with all food cooked in house – grills and traditional stews a speciality. Live Marimba music on the side! Currently, the No. 1 restaurant in Cape Town on TripAdvisor.