Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Simon's Town & Southern Peninsula

Live Bait

This breezy, Aegean-style fish restaurant, set within arm’s reach of the crashing waves and the bustle of Kalk Bay Harbour, is one of the best options around for a relaxed seafood meal. Dishes range from sushi to We…
Top Choice Seafood in East City, District Six, Woodstock & Observatory

Ocean Jewels

Fish straight from Kalk Bay Harbour is served at this seafood cafe and fishmonger that supports the South African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (SASSI). It does a mean tuna burger with wedge fries, and despite bein…
Top Choice Seafood in Green Point & ­Waterfront

Harbour House

The Kalk Bay institution has set up shop at the Waterfront with a good white-tablecloth restaurant on the ground floor (ask for a table on the deck outside) at which to enjoy excellent seafood and other dishes.
Seafood in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Codfather

Book ahead to get a table at this Camps Bay institution, where an enjoyable meal awaits, whether you spend it at the sushi bar or dining with a view of Lion's Head. Order your wine and sides, then let your knowledge…
Seafood in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Mariner’s Wharf

A touristy complex of seafood restaurants, souvenir shops, and fish and chips stands beside sandy Hout Bay Beach. The Wharfette Bistro & Takeaway (mains R70 to R95) is a popular spot for hake and chips, while th…
Seafood in Simon's Town & Southern Peninsula

Two Oceans Restaurant

Two Oceans feeds tour-bus crowds en route between the Cape Point car park and the funicular to the old lighthouse, but it has some appeal if you don't mind a busy and bustling environment. Its False Bay views are su…
Seafood in Green Point & ­Waterfront

Willoughby & Co

Commonly acknowledged as one of the better places to eat at the Waterfront – and with long queues to prove it. Huge servings of sushi are the standout from a fish-based menu at this casual restaurant inside the mall…
Seafood in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Fish on the Rocks

This Hout Bay institution dishes up some of Cape Town’s best fish and chips, in a breezy bayside location with outdoor tables. Watch out for the dive-bombing seagulls if you do eat on the rocks, though.