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in our beautiful cape town

You are spoilt for choice when it comes to eating and drinking in our beautiful city. Whether it is casual, cool, sophisticated, elegant or low key, there is something for everyone. The Camps Bay strip is alive with an array of fun and entertaining drinking and eating spots for you to enjoy. Just a stroll down the hill and you are part of the action. Our city centre also offers some great restaurants and bars. Don't forget to ask our staff about 1st Thursdays in Cape Town! 



The Athletic Club & Social

A three story bar set in an old Victorian building, this lively location offers tapas and drinks either in the cosy corners of the dimly lit bar or on the balcony overlooking panoramic mountains.

35 Buitengracht St

Tigers Milk

Tigers Milk is a well loved spot for Cape Town locals and has a bar and restaurant a mere 5 minute walk from the Royal Boutique Hotel on the Camps Bay strip as well as a lively bar nestled in the heart of Cape Town's trendy Kloof Street. Take your pick or better yet, visit both!

55 Kloof St, Gardens and 33 Victoria Road, Camps Bay 

The Gin Bar

Hidden behind the Honest Chocolate factory lives the pocket-sized secret Gin Bar. Sip on a delicious drink under fairy lights, in their quaint and romantic courtyard. This is one of Cape Town's little secrets and a great after dinner spot for a night cap. 


La Parada


Cool cocktails and tantalising tapas is what La Parada is famous for. This Bree Street forerunner with its bustling interior, overflows onto the street, where jovial visitors dot the pavement with shared plates and tipples to wind down the work day. We've never had a dull time at La Parada! We also recommend visiting their Constantia restaurant with spectacular views across Constantia Valley.

The Power and The Glory

This heaving bistro on Kloof Nek Road is where locals gather to hang out and listen to cool tunes. The bar section is festive – especially in summer, when the sidewalk seating area is full of interesting and stylish Cape Town characters. The craft beer selection is impressive and this is certainly a spot we highly recommend for a pre dinner drink or Friday night wind down. 




Chinchilla Rooftop Café & Bar

With its boho-chic interiors, Chinchilla is the perfect spot to enjoy sundowners and light bites after a long day on the beach. The atmosphere can get festive as the sun sets on Camps Bay Beach. A mere 3 minute walk from the hotel, this is a fun and vibrant place to eat and drink.

The Lawns

With spectacular views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the 12 Apostles mountain range, The Lawns is perfect for any occasion whether it be delicious breakfast or brunch, a long leisurely summer lunch or sundowners and dinner. Tucked away under beautiful silver trees, the staff are friendly, all adding to the intimate and peaceful dining experience. 


Overlooking an exquisite stretch of the Atlantic Ocean (on the same grounds as The Lawns) in a leafy pocket of Camps Bay, Salsify at The Roundhouse is co-owned by Luke Dale Roberts and 30-year-old Ryan Cole (who served as Luke’s head chef at The Test Kitchen). A nod to its ocean-facing setting – and Ryan’s father who was a professional fisherman – fish features prominently on the menu, skillfully and sensitively prepared. We couldn't recommend this more - a fining dining experience to remember. 




From Liam Tomlin of Chefs Warehouse and Dimo Papachristodoulou (Fat Cactus and Long Street Café), this exciting Indian-tapas eatery is a case of the more (dishes you share), the merrier. The popular Tapas for Two, curated by head chef JP van der Haar, comprises eight dishes, including sambals, poppadoms and tandoor. These are seriously the most heavenly curries and in combination with the rich and beautiful interiors and clever lighting, you will easily imagine you are eating on the fragrant streets of Delhi.

Grub & Vine

This restaurant is a must. Matt Manning has hit a culinary sweet spot and filled a gap in the foodie market with his beautifully prepared and plated dishes that taste amazing minus all of the pomp that so often accompanies upscale dining experiences. Grub & Vine will leave you wanting more and definitely booking to return when next in the Mother City. The interior decor is delightful and adds to the whole experience. 

Street Food
Orange Cocktail
Image by Blake Wisz
Image by Edward Howell
Image by Adam Bartoszewicz
Noodles Soup
Sushi Combination
Three Ice Cream Cones
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