Noon Gun Tearoom & Restaurant
Signal Hill & Noon Gun
off Separating Sea Point from the City Bowl, Signal Hill provides magnificent views from its 350m-high summit, especially at night. Once...
Set up Cape Town’s first shelter for street children in 1982; runs several programs, including job- creation schemes.
Give thanks to the far-sighted proprietor of Cafe Manhattan since he kick-started the gay quarter a decade or so ago by opening this...
Pink plaster blossoms decorate the walls of this hidden gem on the edge of De Waterkant. It specialises in tartines (open sandwiches)...
273 Longmarket St · interesting places nearby
Noon Gun Tearoom & Restaurant information
High on Signal Hill, this is a fine place to sample Cape Malay dishes such as bobotie (curried mince pie topped with egg custard), curries and dhaltjies (deep-fried balls of chickpea-flour batter mixed with potato, coriander and spinach).