Where to celebrate Father’s Day 2022 in Cape Town and surrounds

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so show dad how much you care by taking him out for a delicious meal.

Cattle Baron (Constantia, De Waterkant, Durbanville, Plattekloof)

Treat dad to a special two-course lunch for R289 per person. Select a main and dessert each from their select menu, including Chateaubriand steak or BBQ pork ribs and chocolate fondant or malva pudding. For an extra R69, you can select crumbed mushrooms, spicy chicken livers or fried calamari strips as a starter. In addition, if you haven’t bought dad a gift, worry not! You can buy Cattle Baron’s famous BBQ basting sauce and seasoning salt or their habanero paste for dads who like it hot!

Ribs and chips at Cattle Baron

Cavalli Restaurant (Somerset West)

For an extra-special lunch, celebrate dad at Cavalli with a six-course set menu for R650 per person. Sports fans will particularly enjoy this one as it a tour of one of SA’s largest private sporting memorabilia collections, as well as a welcome gin cocktail.

FABER (Paarl)

For a farm-to-fork sharing meal the whole family will enjoy, head to Faber. The three-course menu starts with a bread board, followed by two starters to share, a plated main and a dessert. This family-style feast costs R560 per adult and R200 per child under 12 years.

Kunjani Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

Relax with good food and good wine in the Winelands this Father’s Day. Choose between either two courses for R380 per person or three courses for R470 per person. For starters, you can opt for either oxtail broth or honey-and-soy Norwegian salmon; for mains, choose panko-crusted lamb, “surf and turf”, or pan-fried hake; and for desserts, take your pick between sticky date pudding or a cardamom-and-lemon slice.

Liberty’s Restaurant (Salt River)

Spoil dad this Father’s day with a delicious lunch at Liberty’s Restaurant. For just R245 per person, you could enjoy dishes like cajun blackened fish tacos, sticky pomegranate, chilli & sesame lamb riblets, Dukkha rubbed lamb sliders, buffalo chicken sliders and so much more. Booking is essential so don’t miss your chance to spoil your dad.

The President Hotel (Bantry Bay)

From 1 to 3pm on Sunday, dads and their families can tuck into a delicious South African lunch for R395 per person. Kids aged six to 13 years can join for R230 per child and kids aged three to six years for R160 per child, while kids under three years eat for free. The spread includes a range of delights, starting with a welcome drink on arrival. Kids have their own special menu, which includes a candy floss machine!


Stardust (Foreshore)

For a musical afternoon to remember, treat dad to the Stardust Variety Show and a four-course meal for R450 per person, starting at 12pm on Sunday. Kids under 12 years dine for R295. Adults start with mushroom arancini and chicken wings, before selecting a main course of either linefish, chicken-and-mushroom pie, roasted beef sirloin or aubergine lasagne. Meanwhile, kids are welcomed with cheesy pita pockets, and for mains they can choose a burger or mac ‘n cheese. For dessert, the whole table can enjoy the chocolate malva pudding.

The Twelve Apostles (Camps Bay)

Celebrate dad with an ice-cold beer on arrival, followed by a special braai menu consisting of a range of meats, chicken and salads. Lunch starts at 1pm and bookings are essential. Expect to pay R695 per person.

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