Karibu is set between the picturesque view of Table Mountain and the tranquil blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Karibu affords you the opportunity to experience the vibrant flavours of South Africa and be part of their unique theatre of dining.
They invite their guests to encounter the ruggedness of Africa within the luxurious setting of their restaurant where a mixed fusion of African ambiance blends itself with the flavours of a rich and diverse cultural heritage. At Karibu Restaurant they take pride in offering their guests a selection of the Cape’s finest wines which they have sourced from emerging and established estates.
Once again the most sublime meal at KARIBU WATERFRONT Food outstanding, true authentic South African cuisine at very affordable local prices - a must eat at restaurant for locals and visitors to be wowed. Service outstanding, decor mind blowing. A genuine treat
Went there this past weekend and was very impressed with the food and friendly service
What a terrible experience. Took a client there to savour some typically South African food.
2 guests ordered the chicken schnitzel, not easy to get wrong, right? WRONG!!! Placed our orders, I ordered waterblommetjie bredie hoping to be able to chow down on one of favourite Boland specialities. I should have known better, haven't seen waterblommetjies being sold anywhere yet, not along the roadside or even at a supermarket. I did ask whether they were in season, the waiter advised that they were. Not even 10 minutes later our food arrived. The schnitzels were a dark grey-brown, the chips looked wilted. Our guests started eating and realised that the schnitzels were cold in the middle. They must have been precooked and left under the warming lights, same with the chips. My bredie (R 185.00) was a mushy grey colour with no sight of a waterblommetjie anywhere, so unappetising. But, we started to eat as we were on a tight schedule to get to the airport. One of our guests sent the schnitzel back, not 5 minutes later another one appeared, equally as awful. Then a tour group came in, sat down and ordered from the set menu. I cringed at the thought that these visitors were being "treated" to one of the worst meals in town! What a rip-off, and how sad that this is the impression they get of the way we South Africans eat! NO, NO, NO! this is wrong. Even worse is that they had a poster up outside the restaurant proclaiming very proudly that they were the recipient of the "Best South African eatery in the world 2017". That should have been the first warning sign, should never have eaten there!