5 Delicious Seafood Restaurants to Put “Soil” Back in Your Dishes

While there’s nothing more appetizing than Ocean Basket’s lemony butter sauce, sometimes you may feel the urge to explore all the culinary delights Cape Town has to offer. Whether you’re looking for a five-course seafood meal or sizzling scallops, here are some amazing restaurants to check out the next time you set out on your seafaring adventure:

If you want incredible ocean views served with your shrimp stroganoff, then 12 Apostle Hotel’s, Azure is the place to be. Their menu is bursting with flavor and goes beyond seafood to include a range of international and local dishes, but it’s their iconic status and mesmerizing terrace from which to watch the sunset that really steals the show. It is truly a fine dining experience that should be enjoyed at least once!

  • Location: Queen Victoria Street, Oudekraal (nature reserve), Cape Town
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Seabreeze is another favorite among locals and offers a take on the traditional fish that customers seem to love. Cuttlefish Ink Mayonnaise might not look like something you would order at your favorite restaurant, but it is something you need definitely worth checking out when visiting this seafood haven. Other amazing dishes on the menu include the grilled king prawns and their tuna burger.

  • Location: 211 – 213 Bree Street, Cape Town
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The interior of this local hotspot is as brilliant as its incredible seafood. But while the food will leave you salivating, it’s the cozy atmosphere that leaves local seafood lovers mouth-watering for more thanks to experience and at the heart of Solly. Choose between a range of delicacies including Moroccan or Cajun flavors with pecan pie and cheesecake available to sweeten the deal.

  • Location: 10B Kloof Nek Road, Tamboerskloof
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Enjoy the cool ocean breeze and the slow pace from Melkbosstrand enjoying lovingly prepared seafood dishes. Everything prepared at Café Orca is locally sourced and sustainably sourced, which only adds to the charm of this beach-side cottage restaurant – a must for anyone looking to enjoy a relaxed, relaxed atmosphere. good food and an amazing view.

  • Location: 88 Beach Road, Melkbosstrand
Photo: Cafe Orca/Instagram

Die Strandloper has been around for a while and offers a seat by the ocean while you enjoy a buffet-style lunch that will leave you rolling on the floor. From mussels to crayfish to koeksisters, there’s literally something for everyone, but make sure you don’t forget to wash them down with their famous moer koffie. What makes this place really special is its “local is lekker” attitude, as all the staff are from that area.

  • Location: Jan olfsen street, Leentjiesklip, Langebaan
Photo: Die Strandloper/Instagram

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