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Paranga

5 Reviews
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Modern, Seafood
Phone Number 0214380404 Opening Hours

Monday 11am to 11pm; Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 11pm

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Menu

Menu - Paranga - Breakfast Menu - Updated April 2018 Paranga - Food Menu - Updated July 2018 Paranga - Wine List - Updated July 2018  

Details

Cost
R120 avg main meal
Food
Modern, Seafood
Corkage
No BYO
Cost
R120 avg main meal
Ambience
Bar scene, Groups, Special occasions, Views
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Cocktails, Eat Out reviewed, Functions, Licensed, Live entertainment, Parking, WiFi

Location and contact

Shop 1, The Promenade, Victoria Road, Camps Bay, Cape Town

Owner's description

Paranga has a prime view to satisfy the most demanding eye. Its ground floor location puts it on eye-level with the beach, and whether you choose to feel the sea spray on your face on a sunny afternoon, or prefer the cozy intimacy of the interior, you can be assured of an eyeful of ocean blue.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    The food was good but the larger experience left a bitter taste in my mouth. Paying the bill became an unnecessary hassle. The waiters changed shifts but didn’t transfer the bill or record that we had actually paid. This meant that we were harassed about not paying and eventually had to pay TWICE because of their incompetence. This establishment definitely should be reviewed - something doesn’t make sense. You cannot treat your customers in this manner.
    Shocking behavoiur by management I met my friend there early evening Thursday just gone 10 March. We waited ages to even be acknowledged let alone offered a drink the service was terrible. We eventually got to order our food a good while later and when it arrived it did not look at all appetizing. I ordered a chicken burger which was certainly not cheap - the chicken tasted like cardboard, the dressing was two very tired bits of lettuce and the chips were stale - the chicken and chips both tasted as if they had been reheated. When we had the audacity to complain to the manager he told us the chips could only be cooked fresh as they were frozen - not at all what you expect from a restaurant pretending to offer fine dining !! He did not want to listen to any of our comments let alone think about apologizing and rather suggested we must leave if we didn't like the meal then proceeded to direct two bouncers to our table to chuck us out - UNBELIEVABLE !!! I have lived in Cape Town 15 years am a 55 year old lady and eat out regularly often three or four times a week and have NEVER EVER been treated in such an appalling manner by the management of a supposed fine dining restaurant !?! I will now actively discourage anyone I know from frequenting this dreadful establishment
    Dismal and disappointing. I dined at Paranga expecting amazing seafood. What we received was less than mediocre at unjustifiable prices. My kingklip was as bland and tasteless. I have honestly had better and fast good chains. Very very disappointing
    I took a friend from Europe to Paranga on friday 1st August, it was her last night in Cape Town and wanted to take her out to a nice place in Camps Bay.

    We arrived at around 7pm and ordered sushi for dinner. Our food took over an hour to arrive which is unacceptable, seeing as the restaurant wasn't even that busy. I asked our waitress why the food took so long and she informed me that they had a lot of take-away orders that they were processing. I feel that if i am a seated guest in the restaurant my food order should take priority over those that have ordered take-away.

    Our sushi was also very mediocre.I definitely wont be rushing back to Paranga anytime soon.

    I have been going to Paranga for years, every year it seems like the food becomes pricier and the quality drops. Not only were we not advised of the price of a small piece of tuna for R240, but it was also dreadfully average. The "new chocolate dessert recipe" was so bad that even the manager mentioned how "disgusting" it was after tasting it. They mentioned that they had had complaints about the dessert before yet nothing has been done about it. Apart from the view and the ambience I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. There is serious need for improvement.

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