Claim it now to manage your contact information, photos and menus whenever you like.
Nestled on the 6th floor of the luxurious Silo Hotel inside the Silo District's most iconic architectural marvel, The Willaston Bar has quickly made its way into the city's must-visit spots. Blessed with sprawling city and mountain views the bar is beautiful with lashings of opulent finishing touches from brass details to velvet couches.
Open throughout the day The Willaston Bar boasts an extensive menu that runs the gamut from breakfast, salads, sandwiches, platters, and desserts. The clientele's popular choice has always been the salads or the classic club sandwich - a stack of bacon, smoked chicken, steak mayonnaise and french fries. For a shareable choice the tempura platter is worth a sample while the dense apple treacle sponge with tonka bean caramel and vanilla ice-cream is a sweet way to end your meal. Remember, though, that The Silo is prime real estate so expect to pay premium prices for anything you eat and drink.
A spiritual home for several premium alcoholic brands such as Perrier-Jouet champagne and The Macallan whisky, The Willaston is the place to splurge on that celebratory cocktail or rare spirit. The offering is extensive spanning from an assortment of fine teas, pressed juices to local and international wines and being one of the few spots around the city that stock Rémy Martin's prized Louis XIII cognac - no palate is left uncatered for.
Professional and charming service - with uninterrupted views of the majestic Table Mountain to drink up, even if the service lags one is only too happy to sit back and soak up the vista's splendour.
Bedecked in plush, retro-nautical décor, The Willaston is like the inside of the plushest captain's on deck suite. The only thing arguably posher are the well-heeled patrons themselves.
The High Tea spread is truly sensational.
Eat Out critics dine anonymously and pay for their meals in full. Read our editorial policy here.