Reviews on Asian food in Camps Bay, Western Cape, South Africa. Shaded spots go early at Cape Town's crowded Camps Bay, where locals picnic and play in the strong Atlantic waves. Look for the flagged bathing areas for safer swims for all the family. Festive cafes sit adjacent to the sands, which are dramatically set at the foot of the Twelve Apostles mountains.
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4 based on 501 reviews
Classic dishes with a South African twist. In an industrial 1920's "members-only club" inspired space where everyone is welcome
This restaurant has an amazing vibe, and smaller plates (almost like tapas in terms of portion size), and is generally a fun place. The owners were flexible in accommodating us despite no reservation and we thoroughly enjoyed the experienceWould recommend everyone go here
4 based on 202 reviews
Great vibe on a cold, stormy night.We shared many different dishes which was great fun. Everything was very tasty and fresh and the service was efficient. Only downside was that most dishes come in portions of three which is nonsensical as most diners were in multiples of two. Although we asked whether they could serve four portions per dish and charge us extra, they refused. I also felt the dessert portion was very, very tiny.That being said, it comes highly recommebded and I would go again.
4 based on 184 reviews
A no frills but invariably excellent family owned Indian restaurant. Friendly long standing experienced waiters. Not snob or trendy place thank heaven just always a good and thoroughly satisfying meal. Chicken/ meat meltingly tender in a rich sauce, good Paratha's / Roti's. In forty plus years this place has been the benchmark.
4 based on 538 reviews
Saigon in Cape Town has become one of the hot spots. With magnificent views of Table Mountain and their soft, muted lights, Saigon has acquired the perfect ambience. The Vietnamese decor is done elegantly without giving the restaurant a themed feeling. Th
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4 based on 494 reviews
For Lovers Of Fabulous Japanese Fare, A Vibey Buzz, And Edgy Yet Elegant DÃ©cor, Look No Further. Umis Cuisine Is Authentic Contemporary Japanese, With Innovative, Inventive Twists. The Menu Abounds With Fresh, Healthy Dishes You Wont Find Anywhere Else In
food and ambiance was lovely, however what made our night was Thulani. He is bright, witty and could not do more to accommodate a food allergy which meant we are able to enjoy the szechuan crusted fish with Sea Bass instead of Kinkilp. Thank you so much for a lovely evening!
4 based on 507 reviews
Experience the spice of life
We coose the with meat tasting menu, which was very good. But for a fine dining restaurant we oddly found the service a bit sloppy. When we arrived several waiters came to greet us but could only say the hostess will arrive. Which left us standing at the door for 5 mins before she finally appeared. Our waiter was pleasant and friendly but the style was not suited to this style of restauarant - I couldn't work out if he was a bit sloppy or was new on the job. I suspect the latter. We had a great wine and a lovely meal & would go again.
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