such a great place! low-key, the service is great and the food as well! note that the restaurant doesn‘t serve alkohol as they serve muslim food. parking is easily available on the street.
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The restaurant is located in the colourful Bo Kaap area. It’s clean and the decor is lovely. It’s strictly halaal. The staff were warm and welcoming. We had the chai tea and traditional Malay koeksister as a starter. The pickle was very tasty and complemented...More
This place doesn't appear, at first glance, to have such good food. Maybe because I thought it was just a quick lunch spot. However, it was very good Cape Malay food. We loved it and would've returned if we had more time. The restaurant and...More
This is a great place for lunch or dinner and an opportunity to try authentic Cape Malay food. Service is gracious and the food is presented in an artful manner. The restaurant is easy to find, located in the heart of the Bo Kaap neighborhood....More
This looked a good prospect in the guidebook offering authentic local cuisine in interesting Bo Kapp area of Capetown. Perhaps once but turned out to actually be heavily used by procession of large tourist coaches with menu adapted to that market. Some authentic dishes were...More
On the top of one of the most colorful street, this discrete and rather hidden restaurant provides you good typical food. Quantities and quality were present. No alcohol, you should know. kind and welcoming service. Cheap prices. Try , you will like it.
We ate here due to a recommendation from our tour guide. We found the food and service to be great. The price was a bit higher than other "local" type restaurants we ate at in Cape Town, but found the quality and quantity to be...More
This is a tourist trap. The food is sickly sweet. The babotie is yuk 1 fairly thick slice crustless bread (white or brown) 375 ml milk 25 ml oil 10ml butter 2 onions, sliced 2 cloves garlic, crushed 25 ml curry powder 10ml salt 25ml...More