Cape Towns Newest Eateries

Cape Towns Newest Eateries

Chilworth Road, Camps Bay, Cape Town
Himitsu, meaning secret in Japanese, is a modern Asian restaurant by the Cheyne Morrisby Restaurant Group. Cheyne and his team have put together a menu consisting of 4 main sections from which guests can choose small plates of food and embark on a culinary journey pathed with the freshest and finest ingredients and taste explosions

Hygge Hygge
Church Street, Stellenbosch Central
Situated in the heart of Stellenbosch, Hygge Hygge is the place where great food and remarkable people come together.
They aim to create a culture of warmth and belonging, where everyone is welcome in addition to serving quality food and an unforgettable dining experience in an aesthetically pleasing environment. Using fresh, locally sourced, sustainable and seasonal food to create a variety of exciting dishes including for vegans and vegetarians

Yiayia’s Table
Durban Road, Mowbray
Greek for “grandmother”, this family-owned café in Little Mowbray is all about old-fashioned hospitality and traditional made-with-love Greek comfort food and delicacies. In honour of matriarch Yiayia Elli, the menu is filled with her time-honoured recipes: kourabiedes (shortbread), bougatsa (custard pies), spanakopita, and the crowd-pleasing koulouri (a ring-shaped bread).

Deep South Eatery
Glen Road, Glencairn
Previously known as Barstaurant, Deep South Eatery in Glencairn has teamed up with pitmaster Jay Haupt (owner of the Hickory Shack near Elgin) to dole out slow-cooked, Texas-style barbeque dishes such as beef brisket and ribs, pulled pork and BBQ chicken wings! Deliciously washed down by a craft beer or an on-tap lager.


Paris Cape Town
Main Road, Sea Point
French owner Laurent Bazaudun has carved out a slice of Parisian paradise on Sea Point Main Road with his dinky new bakery that does real-deal baguettes, mouth-watering Viennoiseries, pain au chocolat, croissant béchamel, Croque monsieur and more. There’s a petite terrasse where you can enjoy your pastry in the sun with a café au lait. The patisserie opens at 7am and closes when the last croissant flies off the shelf