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Azure Restaurant in Camps BayAzure Restaurant:

This gourmet cooking and dining establishment offers more than your average camps bay restaurant. Azure is the first restaurant to introduce Fynbos cuisine, using locally grown, indigenous ingredients to create a uniquely South African
flavor. In addition, they offer a host of other indigenous and international dishes that can be enjoyed at this camps bay restaurant while gazing out over the fantastic seascape from the terrace. The Camps Bay Restaurant Azure is open seven days a week, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, boasting a private theatre and a nightly screening of a movie that can be enjoyed with dinner.At Azure you can expect 5 star services that caters for all – choose from vegetarian, seafood and meat dishes. A recommended choice is Azure’s 5-course dinner – bringing you unique South African
flavor from entrée to dessert. Supplement your meal with one of the fantastic wines Azure has on offer, from their extensive wine list.Twelve Apostles Hotel, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay, 8001
Phone: 021 437 9029 / 00
Ambiance: Up market
Average cost pp: $$$

Blues Restaurant in Camps BayBlues Restaurant:

One of Cape Town’s most famous camps bay restaurants, and a popular destination for locals and tourists who wish to experience excellent dining and spectacular views in Camps Bay. The menu consists of a careful balance between old and new dining. Light, simple and delicious meals are the focus, with fresh local seafood and modern Italian dishes on offer. Experience relaxed, fun and trendy dining on the beachfront – a true representation of Camps Bay atmosphere.Having been around for 15 years, the Blues Restaurant established itself as a favoured camps bay restaurant hotspot. It offers excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean and Camps Bay shoreline. Superb features of this camps bay restaurant include an indoor, glass enclosed smoking section, a wine cellar, as well as large dining tables – catering for up to 12 people.

Cuisine: Mediterranean
Fresh fish daily
Sister company to Sapphire Cocktail Bar

The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 2040
Ambiance: Classy but Laid Back
Average cost pp: $$$

Café Sofia - Oyster Bar in Camps BayCafé Sofia – Oyster Bar:

Café Sofia is a chic, informal bistro by day and a sexy, urban bar by night. This hip Camp’s Bay establishment with its Latino feel and Mediterranean
flavor, has an eclectic 70’s atmosphere with warm orange colored wallpaper and beautiful fabrics.At the heart of this unique restaurant lies a stylish martini bar offering refreshments such as coffee, cocktails and sangria’s. Add to that a piano and some beautiful people and the result is a blend of fresh, modern South African-ism with an energetic and inventive spirit.Café Sofia’s dedicated staff promises an experience that is unforgettable as they aim to deliver extraordinary customer service accompanied by excellent products.Shop 15, 1st floor, The Promenade, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 3660
Ambiance: Trendy/Relaxed
Average cost pp: $$

Camps Bay Beach Club Restaurant in Camps BayCamps Bay Beach Club Restaurant:

Camps Bay Beach Club Restaurant is a chic and modern café with a casual, trendy atmosphere; positioned on the trendy beachfront side walk of Camps Bay.The Beach Club Restaurant specializes in Seafood dishes and boasts the unique concept of being ‘an information desk with a view’. The restaurant also offers vintage cars and Harley Davidson’s for hire! This stylish and sleek venue offers innovation in that the kitchen serves some crisp, cold dishes,
specializing in salads, anti-pasti and fresh seafood.

The Cape Town Fish Market Restaurant in Camps BayThe Cape Town Fish Market Restaurant:

A truly unique dining experience, the Cape Town Fish Market camps bay restaurant caters for anyone with a penchant for fish and seafood dining. South African, Japanese, and Malay seafood dishes are all available, as well as a number of vegetarian, meat and poultry dishes.Have abalone soup, prawn curry, or sushi (this camps bay restaurant hosts South Africa’s first ever sushi conveyor belt). The Cape Town Fish Market in Camps Bay is a groundbreaking dining in an intimate and enjoyable atmosphere.

Fresh from the ocean, choose from a wide selection of fish, mussels, prawns, mussels and crayfish. Choose to eat at the excellent camps bay restaurant, or simply take the fresh seafood to your residence and cook them later. Try food from our Robata grill, which include light portions, prepared over wood coals and supplied with traditional Japanese sauces.

Main Cuisine: Sushi
Fresh fish on site

Shop 21, 1st floor, The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 1866/61
Customer Care: 083 400 2005
Fax: 021 438 1876
Ambiance: Trendy/chic
Average cost pp: $$

Caprice Cafe in Cape TownCaprice Cafe:

One of the most popular camps bay restaurant in Camps Bay and Cape Town, both for locals and for visitors of ‘the Mother City’, Caprice restaurant and cafe in Camps Bay is a relaxing, trendy and comfortable, fire-warmed atmosphere. Open for breakfasts, lunch or dinners, the simple range of dishes and drinks available from this fine dining establishment should pleasantly surprise you. In addition, the music provided by the resident DJ will play through the night.Open seven days a week, as well as being available for business functions and more intimate private dining events, Caprice is a hotspot for models, celebrities, and trendy young professionals. At Caprice Café, one can enjoy a relaxing cocktail, in close company, admiring first-class ocean views. But be warned: Caprice Café is unapologetically showy, with a surplus of designer wear abound, and as result, if you are not out to be seen, then Caprice Café camps bay restaurant is probably not for you.

37 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay, 8001
Phone: 021 438 8315
Ambiance: Trendy
Average cost pp: $

The Codfather Restaurant in Cape TownThe Codfather Restaurant:

With some of the best seafood in Camps Bay, the Codfather allows you to handpick the fish you want to have prepared for your dinner. In fact, it does not even have menus. Both a revolving sushi bar and a fresh fish counter service, this Camps Bay restaurant makes a novel dining experience.Locals and tourists alike enjoy a mix of fine dining, local flavors and great wine, in this vibrant,
cozy and relaxing camps bay restaurant. The Codfather offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Camps Bay beach and is an ideal stop-in after a day in the sun. Choose from a range of fresh line fish, sushi and shellfish.37 The Drive, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 0782 / 3
Ambiance: Relaxed
Average cost pp: $$

Col'Cacchio Pizzeria Restaurant in Camps BayCol’Cacchio Pizzeria:

Since the opening of its first restaurant in 1992, Col’Cacchio’s superb range of crisp, thin-based pizzas, creative pastas and fresh salads have become increasingly popular.Col’Cacchio Pizzeria’s wide variety of health and vegetarian pizzas are endorsed by The Heart Foundation of South Africa; so if you’re looking for a healthy alternative to your everyday pizza, try one of their sensational creations.With an incredible selection of 50 combo pizzas to choose from, you’re guaranteed to find something that will
tantalize your taste buds.
And if the location alone isn’t enough to satisfy, this spectacular Camps Bay restaurant has a range of 20 mouth-watering salads that will have the vegetarian or health conscious individual coming back for more!

Open from 12pm. Kids can roll their own dough and have it baked for them. Brown paper on all tables for kids to draw.
Specials: Monday’s Happy Hour – Buy 2 cocktails, only pay for 1!

Isaacs Corner, cnr Victoria & The Meadway, Camps Bay, 8005
Phone: 021 438 2171
Ambiance: Trendy / Child Friendly
Average cost pp: $

Dizzys Bar in Cape TownDizzy’s Bar:

Well known across Cape Town for fantastic live jazz acts, Dizzy’s hosts live music almost every night of the year. The menu is a great demonstration of local camps bay restaurant – Cape Town diversity, with pizza being the dish of choice. Dance the night away with the locals at Dizzy’s or sit back in the early evenings, lapping up the great music and the night air. Watch a soccer match at the bar, or merely relax in one of the comfortable chairs with a beer and a book.Dizzy’s is segmented into a non-smoking camps bay restaurant, pub and cigar bar. Plenty of secure parking is available at the Camps Bay bowling club. Dizzy’s also offers its patrons a range of specials that include happy hour drinks, between 5 and 7 pm on weekdays; and in the off-season, half price pizza Sunday through Tuesday evenings.Tel: 021 438 2686

Karma Lounge Bar Restaurant in Camps BayKarma Lounge Bar:

Situated in Cape Town’s favorite playground, Camps Bay, Karma is an up market, stylish beach bar with a relaxed but sophisticated atmosphere.At Karma you can indulge in sushi and cocktails while lounging on large, comfortable sofas and looking out over Camps Bay’s gorgeous beachfront.Karma’s Peroni beach bar offers indoor and outdoor lounging whilst the Moet and Chandon Champagne Bar creates a feeling of coziness and intimacy.
Resident and international DJ’s such as Dino Moran, Vanessa Holiday, Dean Fuel, Nick Matthews, Gio Ricca and Glen Forte will entertain you with some sexy, soulful beats and high energy tracks.

Karma members have their own private lounge to enjoy; perfect for birthdays, weddings and private or corporate events.

Guys: No under 23’s
Girls: No under 21’s. Open Wednesday to Sunday.

Penthouse Suite, The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 7773
Ambiance: Sophisticated / relaxed

Kauai Restaurant in Camps BayKauai:

At Kauai restaurants, only the tastiest, freshest ingredients are used. The only things added are extra care to make absolutely certain that all items on Kauai’s menu are nutritious and delicious! Priding themselves in ‘Kauai’s Ten Principles of Good Nature’, rest assured that all their stores abide by them: All servings are prepared before your very eyes; spreads, sauces and dressings are freshly made; ingredients are kept as whole and natural as possible so that no goodness or
flavor is lost; you won’t find trans fats in any of our products; None of their products are fried; no MSG or tartrazine in any of their meals; 100% wheat free; their supplements are made from premium choice herbs, minerals & vitamins; All dairy smoothies can be made with GM free soya milk for the lactose intolerant; Kauai mayo is reduced in fat and egg free, perfect for vegans.Cuisine: Health consciousPhone: 021 438 4607
Ambiance: Friendly/Bustling
Average cost pp: $

La Med Restaurant in Cape TownLa Med Restaurant:

This great camps bay restaurant and party spot is the only bar and eatery to operate on the Camps Bay beach, under fifty
meters from the breaking waves. Both reasonably priced and fantastically positioned, this Camps Bay restaurant offers a wide range of scenic vistas of both the ocean and mountain, clearly visible when dining at one of the outside tables.The locals enjoy it too – there is no better way to relax after a hard day, than to sip a freezing-cold beer at La Med camps bay restaurant in the warmth of the setting sun.Or why not celebrate the sunset with one of La Med’s fantastic cocktails, prepared by some of Cape Town’s top barmen. At La Med, you can find salads, seafood, pizzas, burgers and much more. Every night at La Med, there is dancing made possible by their resident DJ. So put on your dancing shoes and drop by.Glen Country Club, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 5600
Ambiance: Bustling
Average cost pp: $

Luigi's Restaurant in Camps BayLuigi’s Restaurant:

As the name suggests, Luigi’s is an Italian bistro, boasting some of the best pizza and pasta in Cape Town. This is a terrific camps bay restaurant venue with a real passion for food, and a great selection of wines to go with their to-die-for seafood pasta dishes.Quaint, fun and traditional, this
Camps Bay restaurant offers a unique Cape Town Italian dining experience that the whole family can enjoy.Tel: 021 437 8200

Marika's Restaurant in Camps BayMarika’s:

Specializing in Greek home cooking with some Mediterranean thrown in, Marika’s family run restaurant in beautiful Camps Bay, offers great dishes that are sometimes sourced from weird but wonderful places.Frank and Marika, the owners, offer an exciting 3 course menu with starters such as Prawns, Baby calamari, Fried chicken livers, Greek meat balls, mussels in cream and garlic sauce and crisp fried brinjals. Their main course boasts such dishes as chicken Kebabs with salad or mousaka, while their decadent Baklava makes a

tantalizing dessert. To avoid disappointment, Marika suggests that a table be booked in advance, as the small restaurant gets booked up very quickly.Marika’s is open from 18:30 for dinner, Tuesday to Sunday and from 12pm for Sunday lunch.38 Victoria rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 2727 / 082 9554390
Ambiance: lively, friendly, casual
Average cost pp: unknown

Nando's Restaurant in Cape TownNando’s Restaurant:

One of the few franchise camps bay restaurant worth mentioning, Nando’s is unique to South Africa, and a friendly and good-humored diner in Camps Bay. A respected establishment amongst the locals, offering large potions of original Portuguese flame-grilled chicken at the best prices. Although it is suitable for the entire family, this camps bay restaurant has become a bit crowded on Sundays.Get flame-grilled mealies, chicken burgers, vegetarian pitas, chicken wraps, Portuguese rolls, a beef Prego roll, a quarter chicken, rice and roll, a chicken espetada, as well as a full chicken and 4 rolls all from Nando’s Camps Bay Restaurant. So if you are looking for something spicy and uniquely Portuguese, Nandos is situated in the heart of the Camps Bay promenade.The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 1915
Ambiance: Lively
Cost pp: $

Ocean Blue Restaurant in Camps BayOcean Blue Restaurant:

Take a sunlit stroll through the evening from your luxury accommodation to this luxury seafood eatery. Crayfish, oysters, mussels and much more to tickle your palate, this camps bay restaurant is arguably the most reasonable in Camps Bay.With great deals on fresh seafood platters, traditional fish and chips, and more elaborate meals, this Camps Bay restaurant will keep you coming back for more. Also reasonably priced and enjoyed by the locals, Ocean Blue camps bay restaurant is famed for its fantastic Dom Pedro’s that complement the evening air, and the scent of the sea. Ocean Blue is open for early

breakfast, lunch, and right through to late dinner. Choose a seafood platter, curry, pasta, paella, or salad, which include only the freshest ingredients – such as live oysters, calamari, line fish, shellfish, giant prawns, crayfish and more.Shop 3, The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 9838 / 9
Ambiance: Relaxed / Sophisticated
Average cost pp: $$

Paranga Restaurant in Cape TownParanga Restaurant:

If you plan to visit Paranga, you should think about phoning ahead to book a table on the sun-swept deck, overlooking the Camps Bay beachfront. This highly fashionable, yet relaxed camps bay restaurant offers last dining in the sun, from fresh salads to saucy steaks, your every whim is catered for in this great dining establishment.Paranga firmly subscribes to its 4 G’s philosophy: Good Food, Good Wine, Good Service, and Great Value. Bringing you both comfort and class, from comfy couches to elegant booths. Both the interior and exterior of the camps bay restaurant is superbly designed, with a rich contrast of
colors.Shop 1, The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Ambiance: Up market
Average cost pp: $$Tel: 021 438 0404

Pepper Club on the Beach Restaurant in Camps BayPepper Club on the Beach:

An amazing new, up market restaurant in Camps Bay, which has taken over the Summerville restaurant, Pepper Club has a vast array of fresh shellfish, seafood, traditional South African game, beef and poultry dishes to accommodate all palates, with an extensive wine list to compliment.Decor is very modern with booths along each wall, a function room with flat screen TV and a deck with comfy wicker chairs. The bar is beautifully crafted and has tall, modern bar stools. Fairy lights built into the ceiling add an ambiance of elegance.The concept of this unique restaurant is to be a rest-stop for holiday makers staying at the Pepper Club Hotel in Cape Town. The Pepper Club offers guests transfers to and from the Camps Bay restaurant, where they will receive excellent service from the professional, friendly staff and have key card access to exclusive guest bathroom facilities, where they can grab a towel before heading off to the beach, and have a refreshing shower afterwards.

The Promenade, Victoria Road, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 3174
Ambiance: Up market / elegant
Average cost pp: Starters: $$$

Sapphire Cocktail Bar in Camps BaySapphire Cocktail Bar:

Sapphire Cocktail Bar is an elegant and stylish bar that welcomes guests right off the beach. Combined with their friendly staff and world class cocktails, whether straight off the sand or dressed to impress; Sapphire welcomes the elegant professional looking for a place to unwind.Formulated from the well known Baraza, which was a Camps Bay favorite for 11 years, Sapphire is not the new kid on the block but rather the most sought-after, top notch cocktail bar on the Camps Bay strip. With Blues restaurant as their sister company they are able to offer world class food, ranging from finger snacks to 5 star meals. Sapphire is a place where anybody who is anybody wants to be and be seen. “We take huge pride in our cocktails and are VERY well known for them, as well as our friendly, sexy waiting staff and hunky Bartenders. Camps Bay is a beautiful place and we don’t wish to be any different; whether it is looks, personality, or general feel about a person, for you to enjoy the environment you need to add to it… and Sapphire is where you can do that with ease.”The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 1758
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Ambiance: Elegant / Stylish / Friendly
Average cost pp: $$

Sandbar in Camps BaySandbar:

This prominent sun-downer spot, situated directly opposite Camps Bay beach, offers Mediterranean cuisine in one of Cape Towns most famous locations.Diners are invited to come straight off the beach to enjoy a light lunch or stay for dinner and compliment your meal with a couple of Sandbar’s delightful drinks; all while watching the sun set over Camps Bay’s gorgeous beach.31 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 8336
Ambiance: Trendy / Lively
Average cost pp: $

Sinnful Ice-cream in Camps BaySinnful Ice-cream:

Sinnful Ice-cream at the promenade in Camps Bay, offers the widest variety of delicious ice creams, from Aero flavored to Toasted Coconut to Cheesecake.Run by Britta Sinn, this unique, funky establishment has awesome wall art and eclectic décor. Ice creams range from R10 for 1 scoop to R45 a tub. Serving breakfast as well as coffee and ice cream, this is a great spot to grab a quick bite or indulge in the most Sinnful treat you’ll ever have.The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 3541
Ambiance: Unique / casual
Cuisine: Ice Cream (+ Breakfast & Coffee)

St Yves Beach Club in Camps BaySt Yves Beach Club:

WHEN the sun begins its descent over the Atlantic Ocean and you have rolled off your beach towel, there is only one place to head for this summer. Beyond the white-washed serenity and indigo panorama outdoors, after sunset ST YVES BEACH CLUB becomes the place of escape into exclusive fun, elegant glamour and hot beats.Set on the world-famous Cape Riviera in Camps Bay, where beach chic meets urban cool, ST YVES BEACH CLUB is an iconic landmark of sunset cocktails, hot nights and good times on Cape Town’s dreamy Atlantic coast. Where else would you want to be in the universe this summer?The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 0826
Ambiance: Upmarket / Classy
Average cost pp: $$$

The Bayside Café in Camps BayThe Bayside Café:

One of the longest-standing camps bay restaurant establishments in Camps Bay, seafood and vegetarian dishes are the headliner here at the Bayside Cafe. Prices at this Camps Bay restaurant are significantly reduced during the winter season, making it popular all year round. The steaks at the Bayside Café are also popular – Madagascan Pepper Steak being an all-time favourite – as are the other meat dishes.This Cape Town restaurant is popular for its decent prices and its great service. The Bayside Café occupies two floors, housed in a 75-year-old building, recently refurbished, that include a smoking section upstairs and non-smoking below. The Bayside Café offers a marathon choice of breakfast for the hungry – which includes French Toast, bagels, and kippers.51 Victoria Road, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 2650
Ambiance: Relaxed
Average cost pp: $

The Bungalow Restaurant in Camps BayThe Bungalow:

If you’re looking for contemporary dining and a spot to chill-out with friends, The Bungalow is it. With its blue and white décor, plush white couches and beds, guests can sit back, relax and enjoy a delicious cocktail.Chef Gabriel le Roux lends his international experience to the innovative menu, providing breakfast, lunch and supper for the discerning guest. No matter the order, The Bungalow ensures a sensational taste experience. And if you can’t decide which of the mouth-watering options to choose, this phenomenal Camps Bay restaurant provides numerous shared dishes, including Gruyere fondue with tio pepe and ground cloves.

The Grand Restaurant in Camps BayThe Grand:

The glamorous Grand Café in Camps Bay has a care free atmosphere and stylish Parisian décor. With the sound of the waves breaking on the beach, The Grand is the perfect spot for those lazy summer days.”Enter past the colonial shuttered doors and windows and pink-milkshake
colored exterior, and discover an interior of crisp damask-covered tables alongside an eclectic assortment of dark wooden chairs.” Crimson red roses adorn the furniture and copper topped bars, aged candlesticks sit next to polished glassware and plain white crockery, decorated with the trademark ‘G’ of the GRAND CAFE angel wings logo.”Dressed in shades of dusty pink and rich rose hues, The Grand’s sense of nostalgia and relaxed elegance is a welcome reprieve from the ever-buzzing Camps Bay strip. Like its phenomenally successful predecessor, The Grand Hotel in Plettenberg Bay, Cape Town’s Grand is about pleasure without pretense, style without sham -the go-to place for a pink martini and no-frills food.”Serving fantastic French cuisine, chef Seelan Sundoo creates a uniquely South African bouillabaisse which is made with local seafood instead of the usual racasse. As the sun sets over Camps Bay, guests can indulge in a couple of Martinis or cocktails upstairs, while authentic champagne and award winning local wines are the perfect remedy after a long day. Offering a quietly elegant and stylish place to unwind, The Grand Café welcomes locals and holiday makers alike.35 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 4253
Ambiance: stylish / elegant / sophisticated / Boho chic
Average cost pp: $$

The Hussar Restaurant in Camps BayThe Hussar:

The Hussar grills in Cape Town have proved their resilience by being a success in both Rondebosch and Green Point. Since 1964, The Hussar has offered traditional values, outstanding quality and value for money. This multiple award-winning grill room, with its Gold Medal wine card, offers the following matured and hung game: Springbok, Eland, Kudu, Wildebeest and Warthog. In addition, you will find A-grade beef cuts like Sirloin, Rump, T-bones and fillet, as well as Ostrich.Although the Camps Bay grill is larger than the Green Point or Rondebosch one, Hussar promises that you will be welcomed with the same warm ambiance that you’re used to.Shop 2, 108 Camps Bay Drive, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 0151
Ambiance; Relaxed
Avg cost pp: $$

The Kove Restaurant in Camps BayThe Kove:

A grill house with traditional values, The Kove offers diners that unique Camps Bay feel, providing
up market dining and phenomenal food and service.
The décor of The Kove adds to the restaurants’ ambiance with booths in dark leather, providing comfort and an intimate atmosphere. Possessing one of the Atlantic Seaboards most comprehensive wine lists, The Kove allows choice and sophistication.If it’s Jazz you’re looking for, come down to Camps Bay every Thursday night from 8pm – 22:30.Shop 2A, The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 0012
Ambiance: up market
Average cost pp: $$

The Roundhouse Restaurant in Camps BayThe Roundhouse:

This historic Camps Bay restaurant, situated on Lions Head, has spectacular views of the Twelve Apostles Mountain.The Roundhouse is shrouded in over 300 years of history. It has been a tea room, hunting lodge, guard house and hotel. This Camps Bay wonder ensures warm hospitality, a relaxed, comfortable ambiance and nostalgic charm. The Roundhouse’s contemporary French style cuisine is inspired by ingredients that are both seasonal and uncomplicated.Having been elegantly restored, this unique dining establishment has all the sophistication and charm of the Grand Old Cape.

The Glen, Kloof Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 4347
Ambiance: Up market
Average cost pp: $$

The Tides Restaurant in Cape TownThe Tides Restaurant in the Bay Hotel:

This Camps Bay restaurant boasts true gourmet cooking in a five-star setting. One of the most exclusive and luxuriant restaurants in Camps Bay, situated a little off the beachfront, this elaborate eatery has earned a position on the top 100 restaurants in South Africa. For a more matured and formal hospitality establishment, as well as an award-winning range of fine wines, visit The Tides for a satisfying dining experience like no other. Watch the sun go down on the terrace, sipping the best cocktails in Cape Town.The Tides camps bay restaurant comes complete with its own gourmet Deli, where once can select from a range of delicacies, and bar lounge, Traders, which includes imported cigars and a walk in wine cellar. Also choose from a fine selection of cognacs.69 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 4444
Ambiance: Up market
Average cost pp: $$

Theatre on the Bay (Act 1 Café) Restaurant in Camps BayTheatre on the Bay (Act 1 Café):

The perfect place to go for a pre-show dinner is Act 1 Theatre Café at Camps Bay’s Theatre on the Bay. With a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere, newspaper clippings and reviews under glass-topped tables, Act 1 is a classy restaurant to enjoy a chilled evening out.With the Camps Bay sunset accompanying your meal, what better way to start off an evening at the theatre? And at the end of the night you are invited to join the cast for a nightcap at the theatre bar, Dietrich’s.1A Link Street, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 3301
Fax: 021 438 1998
Ambiance: Trendy
Average cost pp: $

Trattoria Maranello Restaurant in Camps BayTrattoria Maranello:

This grand Camps Bay restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine by combining the style and passion of Italy, but with proudly South African
flavors. For a view of Camps Bays spectacular beach and breathtaking sunsets, Trattoria Maranello’s garden terrace is the perfect place to relax with a chilled sun-downer or a hot cappuccino on those chillier nights. A poolside, terrace bar is open in the warm summer months.4 The Fairways, Fairways Ave, Camps Bay
Phone & Fax: 021 438 7074
Ambiance: Classy
Cuisine: Italian
Average cost pp: $$

Tuscany Beach Café in Cape TownTuscany Beach Café:

For a wide and unlikely selection of tasty morsels, from pizza to oysters, Tuscany Beach offers relaxing dining in a familiar atmosphere – the great prices makes this a popular destination in Camps Bay.Open most of the day, this Camps Bay restaurant is famed for its diversity and experimental tastes and wonderful cuisine. Enjoy a drink on the sunny sidewalk, or fish and chips inside on a cold day. The décor in this camps bay restaurant is interesting and makes a great camps bay restaurant for any meal at any time.The young, enthusiastic
waitrons and barmen will ensure your orders are well catered for. Get a range of excellent cocktails at the bar – grab that fresh-tasting Cuban cocktail, the mojito, on a hot summers day. With its mix of rum, lime juice, club soda, powdered sugar, and mint it can quench any thirst.41 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 438 1213 / 0559
Ambiance: Relaxed / Friendly
Average cost pp: $$

Vida e Caffé in Cape TownVida e Caffé:

If you were to walk down any street in a city like Paris, Rome, Barcelona or Lisboa, you would see many of the sidewalk cafes that have been the inspiration for this fantastic Camps Bay restaurant.Vida e caffe is nothing short of a shrine for the enjoyment of the coffee bean in its purest form.Outside seating

Shop 1, Isaacs corner, 55 – 61 Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Phone: 021 424 5829
Ambiance: friendly / relaxed / trendy
Average cost pp: $

Vista Mare in Cape TownVista Mare:

For Capetonians who love their pizzas and pastas, I would definitely recommend Vista Mare as the place to be this summer. It’s a vibey new
restaurant situated on the beach front in Camps Bay that has all the flavors one would expect from an Italian restaurant. Not to mention the variety of mouthwatering cocktails they have on offer as well as a large deck which overlooks the sea. With marvelous specials, friendly service, great ambiance, and good food; this Camps Bay restaurant is for anyone looking for a romantic dinner, a family evening out or simply cocktails with friends.The Promenade, Victoria Rd, Camps Bay
Ambiance: Trendy / relaxed
Cuisine: Italian

These restaurants are no longer operating in Camps Bay:

  • Baraza Restaurant
  • Cafe del Mar
  • Ignite bar and restaurant
  • The Cattle Baron Restaurant
  • Primi Piatti Restaurant
  • Summerville Café (taken over by Pepper Club)
  • Theo’s Grill