101 Hout Street | Tel : (021) 424 2626
They say: Enjoy creative contemporary cooking in a visually exciting venue. With its historic Table Mountain stone and old brick that dates back to the 18th Century, architect Leon Saven's design is complemented by glass, concrete and exposed ducting. The look would not be out of place in New York or London and neither would the quality of the whole dining experience. The menu alters daily, using the freshest local produce and combines unusual flavours to excite the palate of the discerning diner.
Parker Cottage Guesthouse says: My (Phil’s) favourite restaurant in Cape Town (perhaps the world) is Savoy Cabbage. What keeps drawing me back is that it’s owner managed (by Caroline with assistance of Frank and Liz) but it’s a top end eatery without all the drawbacks (snotty, overpriced, too formal etc.) You’ll find the menu is actually quite traditional, with a poultry, game, red meat, vegetarian and seafood option in the mains every night of the week. The open kitchen, the wine list, the grandeur but intimacy of the place all make this really something so special.
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