The Mother City has no shortage of attractions already, but there’s always something novel to enjoy in this incredible city.
Check out these latest additions to the wealth of things to do in Cape Town.
It’s was only a matter of time before tacos took over South Africa.
Well-known Hout Bay restaurant, Deez has gained a new lease on life in the form of a taco restaurant. Apart from a concise blend of these Mexican eats, Mexicola Locale also offers a good selection of tequila’s, both local and imported, as well as nachos and bochas for snacking on.
LIS Dessert Bar
This new store in Woodstock combines everything Capetonians love best into one locale. Here you can pick up a range of CBD-infused vegan treats as well as join in the regular comedy and game nights.
Some of the top hits on offer here include crem brulee flavoured yoghurt, cheesecake, carrot cake, sweets, and doughnuts – all CBD infused, and all delicious.
Get a true taste of Africa at this dedicated local eatery featuring only South Africa’s favourite foods. That means, slow braised oxtail with dombolo, butter bean curry, venison, milk tart, boerie rolls, and other classic curries.
Tindlovu’s reinvented these classic home-brewed tastes with a few gourmet touches of their own so their dishes might even be better than grandma’s version.
Afrobar & Pitso’s Kitchen
This Long Street eatery takes local food to the next level, offering a selection of popular township eats.
Try the mogodu tripe, trotters, stews, chakalaka, and samp for a real taste of home.
Yours Truly in Kloof Street
The familiar face of Fiorini Motors gained a new lease on life when it was reinvented as a hub of plants, antiques, and interior design on this trendy street.
Like all Yours Truly outlets, 117Kloof features an abundance of greenery in its interiors and you can also pick up light meals as well as coffee and croissants at the coffee hatch.
More Things to Do in Cape Town
There’s more to the Mother City than excellent eateries and exceptional entertainment. Discover the best things to do in Cape Town on our blog or get in touch to book your short-term accommodation now.
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