Hi we are staying with yourselves on the 6/10/15 for 3 days, please can you recommend a restaurant where you yourselves would visit which might not be on the tourist route as we like ti mix with local people or even one of your favourite places to eat
Hi Terry B,
Thank you for posting your questions via this platform. There are many restaurants worth recommending just within walking distance of More Quarters. These are generally not fine dining but more local, with fantastic food, service and atmosphere. We would be more than happy to make dinner reservations for you, depending on your preference of location, cuisine, and style. Please feel free to send any further correspondence also via our e-mail address which can be found on our website. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you want tourists go to the Waterfront otherwise avoid it for eating. There are so many great restaurants in central Cape Town!! For best burgers: Inside and Your Out on Bree Street, steak: HQ or Carne, Asian fusion: Pot Luck Club, modern: Bizerca. Near the hotel is Manna which is v nice. Italian: 95 Keerom. The local website Eat Out is very good.
We ate at Mama Africa which had a nice atmosphere and African food choices We at the recommendations of our waitress and while not the greatest food it was still good food and we enjoyed ourselves I think they may play jazz at night which we would have liked to go to but did not have the time. We also ate at the waterfront at a restaurant over a little bridge just past African Trading Post . The food and drinks were good and not too expensive We has drinks at a place closer to the mall shops and it was more expensive and not as nice
Hi, the restaurants we dined at were just ok, and therefore I'm afraid I would not recommend. My favorite atmosphere for dining was definitely down at the Waterfront as most restaurants face the ocean, and the sunsets are absolutely gorgeous.
We had a delicious and very, very affordable meal at the Pizzeria and Spaghetteria just down Kloof Street toward town. (extensive menu, but everything from the seafood pizza to the alfredo to the lasagne was excellent). Can't say it was totally "local" but it did not feel like a tourist trap--not at all. Much better than DaVinci, which is where More Quarters gets its "room service" from.
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