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Best things to do in Camps Bay Beach

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Café
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“One of the best places in Cape Town for cocktails. If you’re under 35 and looking for a place in a great location with good music, seriously decent cocktails, and surprisingly good food – albeit bar food - go here. Please note its best to go from 7:30pm onwards. www.cafecaprice.co.za”
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Boutique
“Camp's Bay sunsets are some of the most beautiful on the planet. There are dozens of restaurants boasting perfect views that cater to all tastes and budgets. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Very nice food with a stunning view of Camps Bay beach. Upmarket, but still affordable when paying in Rands.”
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Bistro
“This is a good place to go for breakfast, lunch or a light dinner in Camps Bay. The menu is not particularly imaginative, but the quality of food is high and so is the service. It’s positioned upstairs so you have a great view across the beach. You’ll find La Belle on the far end of the strip, after Paranga and up a large flight of stairs. www.labellecampsbay.co.za”
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Restaurant
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“This is best spot for breakfast in Camps Bay but you can also go for a light lunch or dinner. The service can be a bit slow but the food to-date has been impressive. Mantra is located on the strip, above the Restaurant 41. Look for a flight of green-tiled stairs. It has one of the best views of the beach.”
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Pizza Place
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“A wide range of pizza's to please the whole family. The kids can colour in and shape their own dough.”
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Restaurant
“A cool, sunny restaurant with terrace and ocean panorama, Blues has tailored an environment for dining that glorifies the casual magnificence of their Beachfront location, with the new décor such that guests feel as though they are dining on the beach as opposed to next to it. Offering delectable Contemporary Mediterranean cuisine made to order from the freshest local ingredients and boasting a world-class wine list, along with a stunning view and slick service. Blues is the most beautiful seaside venue in Cape Town and has hosted local and international foodies over the years, as well as celebrities, sports stars and politicians, gaining international recognition.”
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Shopping Mall
“The Promenade in Seapoint is a hub of activity, particularly at sunset. Kids, dogs, families, lovers, all enjoying the strip along the seafront. ”
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Restaurant
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“First-of-its-kind rooftop location will allow you to get lost in the iconic views, vibe and location”
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Lodging
“The Victorian Rotunda, a beautiful, geometrical domed building, was the epitome of high society in Cape Town at the turn of the century when it was built as part of a hotel and functioned as an events venue. Even today, despite its being a national monument, it hosts fashion shows, weddings and corporate functions. The Rotunda was part of the then mayor, James Riddell Farquhar’s, plan to turn Camps Bay into what he termed a ‘little Brighton’ - a holiday resort to resemble the seaside resort in the south east of England. The Rotunda began life as a concert hall, with a pavilion that also functioned as a ballroom, a theatre and exhibition hall all rolled into one.”
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Indian Restaurant
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“The Raj Indian Restaurant offers all the splendour of traditional North Indian cuisine. The service is efficient and friendly and the food is undeniably the most authentic Indian cuisine available in the country. The food is spicy, delicious and traditional with the menu offering a large variety of authentic Indian culinary styles such as Tikka Masala, Vindaloo, Korma and Bhoona. Our master chefs are all from India and bring with them at least seven proud generations of Indian culinary knowledge and traditions. Their culinary talents are reflected in their dishes which are all characterised by its robust aromas, glowing colours, eathy flavours and the evocative flavours of exotic masalas.”
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Gastropub
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“The 41 in Camps Bay features amazing jazz trios every Thursday evening from 19:30 – 21:30. The artists will perform an accessible blend of jazz Standards, South African jazz, Latin jazz and light pop to accompany the world-class menu, service and views.”
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Establishment
“Italian flavor and style laced in Camps Bay Cool, resplendent with a splash of Kove Collection abundance. This is Zenzero. Zenzero wraps you shamelessly in 'La Dolce Vita' whilst gently caressing with a cool Atlantic breeze. Italian cuisine is all about fresh ingredients and homemade, full flavour. At Zenzero we pride ourselves on just this, the freshest ingredients with zesty, spicy and feisty touches. Alongside Zenzero's signature dishes and spirited vibe, an abundant selection of seafood, pastas and homemade desserts will surprise and delight any palate, through-out the year.”
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Point of Interest
“Camps Bay strip is Cape Town's premier beach and restaurant combination. Wonderful restaurants, bars and nightclubs light up this strip and is around an 8 minute drive away”
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Café
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“If you find yourself doing an early beach walk/run/outing with the kids.. there's a Vida along Victoria road which opens super early too! Its a local favourite for cyclists too... there's always activity Good for that quick cup of coffee, small snack and people watching ;) ”
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Restaurant
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“Contemporary chic Medeteranean inspired restaurant with spectacular views over the Camps Bay beach.”
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