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Two Oceans Restaurant (Cape Point)

4 Reviews
Modern, Seafood, Sushi
Phone Number 0217809200 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch

Breakfast: Monday to Sunday 9am to 10.45am

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12noon to 4.15pm

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Details

Cost
R135 avg main meal
Food
Modern, Seafood, Sushi
Corkage
No charge BYO
Cost
R135 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Views
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Alfresco, Booking required, Breakfast, Child friendly, Functions, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Wheelchair

Owner's description

Set into the cliffs high above the most south-western tip of the Cape Peninsula, the Two Oceans Restaurant has a spectacular view over False Bay. Its innovative design ensures that all guests are able to enjoy the world-famous vistas of this unique location.

The restaurant’s elegant fare is served in a relaxed manner, and can be enjoyed on the outside deck or in the restaurant itself. Fresh seafood is the speciality, so try the seafood platter with one of the Western Cape’s fine wines on offer. Catering for vegetarians and younger ones, as well as those who love meat and pasta, the restaurant has wide appeal.

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User reviews

4 Reviews
    The only nice thing about this restaurant is the view. Such a pity that such an expensive menu is presented to locals, with pricing obviously aimed at the foreigners. Our mains consisted of a piece of fish, with lots or rich cream sauce, no veg and a bit of garnish. The dishes were tasty, but very rich and small portions, over the top - and why do fine dining at such a venue...the rolls serve as a starter were old. Sorry, but was a great dissapointment! The average cost per person is at least R280, and that is without a starter or dessert!
    As a special late birthday treat, I took hubby here yesterday (Sunday). Bit chilly, but as he said it was good to see the area when not at its sunny best and not so busy. The new winter menu had just been introduced and is really delicious. I hope the Mushroom soup stays on, we agreed it was the best ever. We then both had the Braised beef shin which was really tender and beautifully plated. We finished by sharing a dessert (there are only 2 options) We chose the Pear which is a type of Malva pudding and perfect for the day. The coffee is also excellant and the service was great. It is not a good place for the local cash-strapped visitor (but there are great take away pizzas available at the take away shop. PS the Sushi is also a real winner. It can take a bit of time as it is made to order from a different area, so doesn't always come out with non-sushi options.
    I do enjoy the reaction from my guests when we eat here (which is fairly frequent as a guide). They expect soggy sandwiches and cold coffee and instead get real gourmet food and some of the best sushi in town! The service is generally good - helps to turn tables and we are always on our way to somewhere else. They are a bit pricey for the locals but my overseas guests are always most impressed. They assure me there is nothing comparable in the USA at a popular tourist spot.
    Having shown friends from Switzerland Cape Point we decided on lunch at the Two Oceans. We had been there before and thoroughly enjoyed it and this time we weren't disappointed. There was a fresh breeze on the terrace but with the friendly and efficient service it was no problem. We opted for a light lunch and the seared Tuna salad and the Crab salad were outstanding both in taste and presentation. It's worth a visit even without visitors.

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