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Belthazar Restaurant and Wine Bar

Belthazar Restaurant and Wine Bar
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Cost
R160
Ambience
Classic elegance
Food
Fine-dining food, Modern, Seafood, Steak
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Critic's review

Greg Landman

Food
To call Belthazar a ‘steak house’ is like calling caviar fish roe. The vast menu features the best of meat cuts, which have been either dry or wet aged to bring them to the peak of succulence and flavour. When you ask for medium rare (which they recommend), that is exactly what you get, not pink in the middle, but red as the term requires. Cuts are available in various sizes as your appetite, and wallet, dictate. Special cuts of rib eye and Chicago cuts are particularly good. While you wait for your order, a bowl of boerewors chunks in a delicious sauce with a side roll is brought to you so you can stave off the hunger pangs for a while. Starters include deep-fried camembert with cranberry sauce, chopped steak tartare with trimmings, and rich chicken livers. Fish includes fresh Norwegian salmon, seared and served with lemon butter sauce, and excellent calamari, either deep-fried or grilled. Starches and sauces are all extras. The crème brûlée and baked cheesecake are worth leaving home for.

Drinks
They’ve got a spectacular wine list, featuring some superb examples of local wines as well as some of the best champagne marques like Billecart-Salmon and Louis Roederer Cristal. Sommeliers are on hand to guide you through the intricacies. They offer a huge list of wines by the glass, so you can try more than one.

Service
Smooth, slick, friendly, and informed, just as one would expect.

Ambience
With a large outside area and the mountain as a backdrop, as well as a clubby interior, very New York in style, one can choose something to fit your mood. Overseas visitors always enjoy an al fresco experience, and make the most of where they are.

And …
Of course, it’s pricey, but bear in mind the target market is basically foreign, and these days, it’s a bargain for them. For locals it’s a great place for a really special occasion.

(August 2015))

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  • Ishay Govender-Ypma

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    Dining in a mall is usually done out of necessity and Belthazar provides one of the few instances where is not only acceptable, but sought after.

    The restaurant has built a reputation as one of the best at the V&A Waterfront, which has a large selection of upmarket dining options that draw in both locals and tourists. Belthazar’s claim to fame lies in the enormous selection of wines per glass (over 250) served, the Karan beefsteaks and venison. This is a swish dining experience, with smartly dressed staff and stemware to match, so be prepared to splurge.

    Some may balk at the prices of the salads alone (R90 for a house salad), and it certainly seems more frugal to opt for a roast chicken salad at R95. The onion blossom, a large deep-fried onion, is punted as a Belthazar original at R60 – but you’d be better off without it. The steaks seem to take centre stage: a 350g fillet (recommended medium rare) will cost R274 and it is made clear that they will not be held responsible if you order the steak well done. All sauces and sides are ordered at a separate charge. Opt for the chocolate-chilli sauce if you’d prefer something more unusual; I’d recommend the béarnaise or the Madagascan green peppercorn. Ostrich is available only when they can get it in fresh. Order your mains upfront, as they do take some time to prepare.

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    Service is efficient, eager and friendly, with well-trained staff who are used to handling a full house.

    Drinks 
    While there is a mammoth selection of local wines and up to 600 varieties, including an international selection, spirits and liqueurs are also available. The wine list is well set out with extensive explanations, but can leave you indecisive, so perhaps take the time beforehand to study the menu so as not to leave your dining companions waiting.

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    The look is upmarket, with fine linens and stemware and an overall posh setting. It’s a popular venue for company functions. Dress smartly.

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    The seafood platters, comprising of a nice variety of seafood, are popular for celebrations.

    (July 2014)

  • Belthazar has the biggest wine by-the-glass bar in the world, with about 250 wines available. It lives up to its promise of delicious seafood and grills, but in addition to the great selection of steaks, the starter menu offers a stunning French onion soup, grilled Portuguese sardines and spare ribs. Visit on a blow-the-budget special occasion. (EO mag 2014)
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    If you’ve drooled over the Belthazar advert in magazines, then the real experience is all that and more. Expect to be wowed by starters ranging from the signature French onion soup, a variety of spare ribs, some of the best peri peri chicken livers I’ve tasted, and grilled Portuguese sardines done to perfection, but meat is the recipe of their success. The preparation of the different cuts of meat and game of the day puts paid to this. The onion blossom featured in the side order menu is an absolute must with any of the meat dishes. Belthazar also offers some outstanding seafood, mirrored on the menu of its sister restaurant Balducci’s.

    Wine
    Not to be scoffed at, Belthazar boasts the largest wine by the glass bar in the world, with at least 250 wines on offer. Served in a Reidel glass, each wine is labelled so that you don’t forget the ones you fancy, and several sommeliers are standing by to answer any questions.

    Service
    Effortless and professional.

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    Belthazar could quite easily be transported to New York or Chicago where the well-heeled can be seen wheeling and dealing in surrounds of mahogany, oak and polished brass. This has edgy business cool that makes any trip to the restaurant an unforgettable one.

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    If you’re vegetarian or have guests who are, don’t even think about it – unless salad and side orders are okay. (PU, October 2012)
  • Priscilla Urquhart

    Belthazar has the biggest wine by-the-glass bar in the world, with about 250 wines available. As one of the main attractions in the Waterfront, this restaurant lives up to its promise of delicious seafood and grills. Visit for a blow-the-budget special occasion. In addition to a great selection of grilled steaks from the main course menu, the starter menu offers a stunning French onion soup, grilled Portuguese sardines and spareribs. (July 2013)

User reviews

  • What an unbelievable dining experience in more ways than one! We were greeted immediately, and shown to our table. The restaurant had a fantastic atmosphere, the lux levels perfect, the music just the right volume and the food...where do I begin?
    Our Service Ambassador was informative and helpful. What I loved most, is that they leave you to eat in peace without hovering around all the time,
    for starters I had the onion Blossom, my partner the Portuguese sardines which were both tasty. My main was a fillet steak cooked medium to well, my partner the game kebabs both accompanied by vegetables and chips! The steak was just as I had ordered and soft and juicy. My partner loved the game kebabs.
    We each had a glass of wine recommended by the Service Ambassador and it was a great choice!
    I couldn't resist sharing the Tiramisu which was superb with an espresso to end this great evening!
    I will definitely return to this incredible restautprant and spread the word.....world class!!!
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  • Service was good but food was way overpriced and tasted bland.
    very disappointed . wont be going here again.
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  • As Cape Town residents we tried your restaurant last Saturday evening, but must say were appalled at your high prices and lack of quality in food - we all had steak (which you are supposed to be famous for), and the cut lacked flavour, tasted of burned gas, and had hardly any basting.
    The fact that you have to pay for a starch extra is unheard of, and the sauces tasted like it was from a packet. Must say, very disappointed!

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  • Absolutely fantastic ambience, great meat cuts, well cooked. But why oh why do they wash down their oysters until it has no more saltiness and starts tasting of chlorine? What a let down.

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  • Went there for dinner last night with my sister. After I finished mine which was ok - I saw she had left half of hers. I attempted to finish it off but couldn't. Even cut through the darn thing. I summoned the manager - took him to the wall where all their "awards" are and plainly said, "this piece of meat insults every single peice of paper on this wall." I then asked him to cut through the steak which left him in utter silence and shame. At R300 starting for a bottle of wine, prices sky high (no, you don't get fries with your steak!), decor to die for - it was the most disappointing experience I've ever had. Not to mention the cocky co-manager full of statements that actually indicate that it's just "how it is". There is just absolutely no excuse for such terrible meat, not to mention the absolutely ridiculous customer service. Unprofessional - (after 5 minutes of backwards and forwards the charge was dropped at least) - although I'm ashamed to be a Capetonian if that's the level of quality control in one of our "top" restaurants. I could have found a better steak at the railway station kiosk.

     

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  • I went to Belthazar last night to celebrate a special occasion and was horribly disappointed. It really was an insipid affair. My meal was nice, but my partner’s steak was a disgrace. A piece of meat so chewy and full of sinew that it was more a task of looking for meat than enjoying a meal - * this particular cut was recommended to us. The service was okay to average, but we were treated glaringly differently to the foreign table sitting next to us. The card machines were also not working at the end of the evening and no one seemed to care. I could rant on for a while, but all in all I was left utterly disappointed from what could have been a great night at “The Best Steak House in South Africa.” Suggest people spend their money somewhere more deserving, where they have a little more regard for local customers.

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  • Great food and exceptional service.

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  • Fantastic experience!

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  • We had the most amazing Royal Seafood Platter, complimented by excellent service and wine!
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  • On a night off from our kids, my husband and I chose this for its great view of Table Mountain and over the water. On arrival, we were offered a warm bread roll, sufficient for two, accompanied by smoor and boerewors. Very tasty. Our waitress had been very fast and attentive when we arrived but, by the end of the night, we had difficulty finding her and it was very slow. Here you really pay for the ambience and view of the Waterfront.
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  • I had the best steak experience with some friends. The service was excellent and the wine list extensive. I will need to go back more often.

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  • Brilliant all round meal. Best Steak in the country.
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  • I had heard about Belthazar a lot and yesterday, on a night off from our kids, my husband and I chose this for its great view of Table Mountain and over the water. On arrival, we were offered a warm bread roll, sufficient for 2, which accompanied a smoor with boerewors. Very tasty. We decided to order Durbanville Hills Sauvignon Blanc and I nearly fell over when I saw the price - R145. You can purchase the same bottle for R45 at the bottle store! I ordered a beef fillet with sauce and my husband had the sirlion with sauce. At the time, I didnt realise that the starch came at an extra cost, which I have never experienced in all my adult years. We had hot veggies to accompany. The food arrived and we had 2 bites and then sent it back, as it was cold. The sauce had developed a skin. The hostess and manager were very apologetic and flocked over us until the new food arrived. We finished off the evening with my husband having a dessert and coffee and I had a latte. Our waitress had been very fast and attentive when we arrived but, by the end of the night, we had difficulty finding her and it was very slow. The bill came to just over R800, with tip. I have to say that, as a local, I do not like to be ripped off and this certainly takes the cake. There are restaurants in my neighbourhood who do better steaks and deals than Belthazar, where you are paying for the ambience and view of the Waterfront. We celebrated our anniversary recently and had starters, main, pudding, coffee, wine and water at Pierneef Restaurant, La Motte in Franschhoek which is a very reputable establishment, and with tip our bill wasnt even as expensive as this. Sheer ripping off. While they may fool the tourists, I will not visit there again and will warn others.
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  • Pretty good steaks but the seafood was decidedly below par. The oysters were bland and well below the quality that you can get in any number of San Francisco restaurants (my reference point). The seafood platter was thoroughly mediocre and apparently not really fresh according to my lunch companions.
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  • Visited this restaurant on Monday night with overseas guests.
    The guests love their South African wine and are knowledgeable and I do know enough about the local fare and prices.
    Firstly service was good. The food was ordinary. If they are going to use pre-cut chips at least get some with flavour!
    The issue, tried three wines ...but all three were not available. Eventually got one that was. Went for another wine and that was also out of stock.Raised the matter with the Maitre de who gave us a complimentary wine...which was awful.
    Why does a place of this stature and who boast a very expensive wine list not make sure it carries the advertised stock. R1700 for a wine which cost no more than R 50, 5 years ago!
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  • I just wanted to say what a fantastic meal we had there last night. I had a social and business meeting, with a major supplier of mine, from Australia, and one of the other men was one our my major suppliers from Switzerland. The food, service, wine etc was all great, and they were very impressed. Food, wine, waiter, the wine guy, all came together to make such a great evening, but also relaxed and not pretentious at all.Well done and thanks! I had chosen your restaurant, so naturally I was delighted it was all so fab.
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  • Belthazar is a little gem. Perfect location where you are right in the middle all the goings on in the Waterfront.We had a magic evening. With the middle of World Cup on we didnt expect to get a table,as there is always a good vibe, so we made a booking.Having a wine steward really makes you look good. The last time I was there the steward tasted the wine we had chosen, and replaced the bottle. This time we got fantastic advice and I really enjoyed the Noble Hill.Food was fantastic, and really well presented. The waiters were friendly and made you feel at ease even if you changed your mind. We were especially happy with being left alone to enjoy the meal and at hand when you needed them.Highly recommendedRegardsRobbin & Jackie
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  • Just a note of thanks to the management and staff at Belthazar for their assistance with our dinner event. The service was excellent and incredibly professional though out - thank you. The guests were extremely complimentary of the food, so please pass on our appreciation to you chef. We will certainly recommend Belthazar for future events and hope to work with you and your team again in the future. Enjoy the rest of the 2010 FIFA World Cup!Kind regards,Christine
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  • On the 3rd Jan, 4 of us went to the Belthazar Restaurant at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. The main courses were mediocre and I actually regret the fact that we went there. The food was overpriced and tasteless and not one person at the table could finish their dinner and this was not because of too much food on our plates, but due to a lack of taste. The good service of the waiters do not make up for the food that was NOT up to standard.
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  • We are a young, married couple from the UK, spending our first Christmas and New Year period in Cape Town. We were looking for a quality restaurant with great food, wine and ambience for our New Years Eve supper and we chose Belthazar Restaurant & Wine Bar. It was the best decision we made. We were sat outside in the bedoin tent under the ample warmth of the mobile heaters and at a table close to the first class entertainment, a brilliant band called Zamar.The staff at Belthazar were very efficient, polite and professional and our waiter made our evening a memorable one for all the right reasons. The food was excellent and the wine list is simply unbelievable! Weve never been to a restaurant with such a selection, many of which were offered by-the-glass, stored in a special temperature-controlled cabinet using an amazing system to maintain their freshness and quality. Our waiter even took time to take us to show us how it worked, despite it being probably one of his busiest nights of the year. We really couldnt fault this restaurant at all. We returned a few days later for a few glasses of wine (early evening) and again the ambience was great and there is a definite sense of high quality and professionalism everywhere you look. We would genuinely recommend Belthazar to anyone looking for quality food and wine at the V&A Waterfront. You really cant go wrong. Thank you to all the staff who make it such a great place. Alex & Becky Small - Bath, UK (January 2010)
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  • It was 3 years since last time I have been to Belthazar and this was surely my last visit.The quality of meat served keeps going down - 4 years ago when I went there first was intriguing even if expensive. Now it is only expensive. Allegedly aged meat is tasteless, chewy, even if prepared according to your wish. The glass wine list is impressive, but you easily pay for 250ml glass as if you were buying a bottle of same wine elsewhere.The view of Table Mountain is of course beautiful - if you dont mind crowds and buskers.I understand that having such waterfront location they are sure for passing tourist traffic, but even for me as a visitor it was hefty price for mediocre experience.
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  • My partner and I had an unforgettable experience here. From the charmless sommelier, to the bizarre tiramisu, the whole, expensive evening was one to note - never go back. My partners well done steak was rarer than my medium/ well. When we asked for it to be done more, it took 15 minutes, and came back just as it was. In the mean time, my meal was cold. The manager offensively gave us some story about aged steaks and the variables about getting them right, he seemed to miss we wanted one well done. After a long week at work, the last thing I want is more stories to listen to! The thing he forgot, was a simple apology, did not come out of his mouth. He offered us a free coffee. What actually brought us to laughter was their excuse for a tiramisu, some kind of fruit mousse? Honestly it made us smile. For an award winning steak house, good marketing for tourists, Im suprised they cannot manage the basics. Cook as per the diners requests, and be hospitable. There are countless good restaurants, well priced, to eat a good steak in Cape Town.
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  • We heard about the R99 rib eye special at Belthazar and being avid foodies and wine connoisseurs who was always a bit iffy about the prices charged here (why pay so much when there are so many other great restaurants in CT?) we decided to try it out. As a serious wine collector, drinker and former sommelier, I would rather spend more on a good bottle than on an overpriced steak. Hence the visit for the special.We arrived and the greeting was friendly, but a little on the cool side. Was I not dressed smartly enough? I thought a collar and chinos would be smart enough... no matter, they seated us. The waiter (I believe his name is Thys) had a very irritating mannerism or 2, but I decided to forgive him. I hate being spoken down to by a waiter, especially when he is screwing up the small things. For some reason in SA waiters want us to order our wine before our food... I don’t quite understand it, but alas. After some serious deliberation and to ing and fro ing (that wine list is truly magnificent) I finally decided on a wine. Thys disappeared... and we waited... and waited... and 5 minutes later (oh bare in mind the place was almost empty - it was 5 in the afternoon) he came back waving the wine list saying they do not have stock of the my choice. Ok, back to the drawing board... again it took me a while and after waiting for Thys to make his way back to the table (another 5 min or so) I finally ordered my wine. Or so I thought... because alas... here comes the sommelier, waving the wine list and again (can you believe it!?) telling me my choice isn’t available. I ended up asking the sommelier to tell me what they have and I will have that. Not acceptable. Don’t give yourself out as a serious wine place if you do not carry stock of everything you list.While we were still waiting for the wine, our food was promptly dumped on the table. The food was fantastic, but that wine service...We had to top our own glasses up. I had to ask for the patio heater to be switched on, even though it was freezing and all the other heaters were on, ours were not. Once we had told Thys we were not interested in dessert and wanted the bill, he seemed to lose interest in us. One can only speculate whether he was upset because that meant a smaller amount on his 15%. He took ages to come back with the bill and then took even longer to come back with the card machine. I enjoyed the food, but if Belthazar wants me to come back and spend more on a serious dinner, then they need to sharpen up the attitude of their waiters and get their sommelier to sort out the wine list. I can go for steak anywhere, the draw card is the wine list and the service. That failed me on the 1st of September 2009.
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  • If you want to eat the tastiest ribs around then go to Belthazar. We had 3 portions between 2 of us even thought the single portion was ample. The basting/marinade is delicious and the meat is so tender it falls off the bone. I have eaten ribs almost everywhere and these are amongst the best.We shared Blueberry Pie and chocolate brownies for dessert which also melted in your mouth!
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  • Wow! Took my wife to Belthazar at the V&A Waterfront last night on recommendation of some friends of ours and we were totally blown away. From the delicious sausage in rich tomato they give us with fresh hot bread when we sat down, to the melt-in-the-mouth steak that left us licking our lips. The service was outstanding and our waiter kept us in stitches and entertained the whole evening while keeping our glasses filled with the most amazing Chenin Blanc that tasted like strawberries. Do yourself a favour and go try this place out… best we’ve ever had!
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  • Went to Belthezar last night for dinner as had seen their R99 special advertised in paper. Two of us had rib eye special which included all you can eat fries, as well as a sauce and side salad.The other guys loved their lamb chops! The waiter recommended the ostrich, which I had and was delicious! Amazing recommendation, best ostrich I have ever had! the wine off their new value winelist was really good and at only R69 a bottle - great value. really special evening enjoyed by all and so happy that belthezar has added some specials to their menu so that during these tough times, it doesnt only have to be saved for that special night out.
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  • We had a great meal at Belthazar last night. It was really busy considering it was a Wednesday night. We had the Rib eye special for R99 which included as much fries as you can eat as well a sauce and a side salad. It was real value for money and probably one of the best steaks we have ever eaten. The service was attentive and the vibe was great. Well done on a great evening!
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  • The lamb chops at Belthazar on the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town were superb! We also had ostrich which was grilled to perfection and both were served with chips.On the night that we were there, there was a R59 wine special - I think this was good value for money for what it was!You have to also try the Belthazar Surprise dessert- mascarpone cheese, amaretti biscuits with amaretto and cream and chocolate- YUMMY!
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  • What a rip off of an evening we had. All 4 of us ordered fillet steaks. For the price (R160) I expected much more. I received a small portion of fillet with French fries that tasted like they were made yesterday. I really don’t mind paying at all for quality. This however was mediocrity. Won’t ever go back again.
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  • We were a noisy party of 10 so perhaps our waiter had trouble hearing us, but my only complaint of the evening was that twice I got the incorrect drink. Otherwise everything was fabulous, food did not take too long, everyone received their meals at the same time and everyones meal was really good. They are rated as the best steakhouse but their seafood and salads are also tops. Our waiter did not try and hurry us along even when it was almost midnight before we left. We will definitely go back!
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  • One would think with the Butcher Shop in Sandton and Belthazar in Cape Town – what more can we ask? Maybe we South Africans are spoilt for choice, with good meat so affordable and one being able to braai at home 364 days per year. So, ordering a steak at the country’s most expensive “steak restaurants” thus creates some serious expectations. When starter, steak, desert, wine and coffee for two is a Thousand Rand it should be brilliant right? Sadly, it was not. The waiters try their best to be la-di-dah but they are conspicuous by their absence at your table. Speak of begging for service... Sure, the wine list is great but frightfully expensive. On my first visit the steak was very good and I was impressed enough to go back for more, whatever the cost. It was a huge mistake trying to impress my guest. We were equally appalled at the dry, tough, overcooked food. What is it with this place, do they have an “A” team and a “Z” team on alternate days?
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  • I ate here with my wife while on honeymoon and we both agreed its one of the best restaurants either of us have ever eaten in. We loved it so much that we returned a couple of times.Since we returned to Ireland all we have done is told people traveling to Cape Town that they must try this place, so far not a single complaint.You must try the chocolate chili sauce.
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  • In our ongoing quest to find a good steak in Cape Town, we decided to try the Best Steakhouse 05, Belthazar at the V&A Waterfront for Valentines Day.Its all very impressive with thousands of wines by the glass to choose from, but the charmless lump of sirloin we were served takes some beating. It was of a poor cut, sinewy, tough and too medium/well done (we asked for medium rare). I love meat and will eat practically anything, but I just couldnt finish that.The waiter didnt think anything of it when he routinely asked whether we enjoyed it and I replied that it was actually quite tough.Well then, another lesson learnt.
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  • After reading quite a bit about the restaurant and its awards, we had lunch there last Monday. Although fairly pricy, this is the level of food and service I will pay a lot more for. Careful attention was given to special requests and we were very impressed. In fact, this is the overall second best restaurant I have been to ever. We will definitely go back!
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  • What a truly fabulous place to wine and dine…every time I visit Balthazar I get 5 star service and incredible food. I always choose Balthazar when I have to take special friends out because I know things won’t go wrong. I can see great care is put into everything and the attention to detail is evident – like the branding of everything including the little piece of paper over the butter. After living abroad for over 8 years, it’s great to have a world class spot like this to go to…
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  • i have visited belthazar on two occasions, both times we were made to feel that we had to beg for a table in a empty restaurant. the food was fantastic and the service was very good but they need to do something about the attitude of their meet and greet team
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  • the food, the service, everything was absolutly amazing, it truly lives up to its name, and th wine is unbeatable
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  • Stunning restaurant with a very good selection of wines, busy atmosphere and very good service - with all these positive comments, one normally thinks 10/10 right? Wrong!! We were highly disappointed with the food!! The waitron made 100% effort to describe all the ins and outs of their menu, but failed to follow through on her promise. The fillet steak was as tough as cardboard (despite her saying that their meat ages in their fridges and goes through a maturation process), one of our guests found hair in his plate and our other guest was shocked to pay R45 for a GLASS of Buitenverwachting dry!!! Our group of seven was on a mission to experience the tastes of what the waterfront restaurants have to offer and being in the hospitality industry, we need to do recommendations often. We were totally disappointed by the quality of the food! I dont think it is in our interest to recommend this restaurant to our clients (unless more care into preparing the food can be undertaken!)
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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Booking required
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  • Licensed
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Opening times: Monday to Sunday noon-11pm

This steakhouse has a reputation for stocking prime quality beef. There’s no butchery counter, but they do sell prime cuts of beef cut to your specification. Better still, call ahead and collect. Ask about the sizable six-week matured bone-in rib eye steaks, perfectly marbled rump or flavoursome fillet. The lamb chops are also good.

Ethical shopper tip: They only stock grain-fed Karan beef sourced from Gauteng.

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