Fine Dining Where Two Oceans Meet

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It’s not often that you find a gorgeous view and great food in a restaurant at a tourist destination.  We accidentally stumbled onto the gem of a restaurant that is the Two Oceans Restaurant because our fabulous tour guide made us a reservation.  Needless to say we were very appreciative!

The Location

The Two Oceans restaurant is at Cape Point near the area where you can take a funicular or hike up to the lighthouse which still serves as a navigational beacon for South Africa.

We opted to sit inside the restaurant because we were tired of being buffeted by the wind outside.  The view to the outside is just as fabulous with floor to ceiling glass windows.  The views are of False Bay (so-called because ships in historical times would sail into False Bay thinking they had finally sailed around the Cape of Good Hope only to realise they were mistaken).

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The terrace outside though is sheltered  and it really does depend on how windy it is on the day. I kid you not, that Cape Town wind can be vicious especially in the afternoon.

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The Lunch Options

The food was just as excellent – lots of fresh fish and seafood.  Being South Africa, there is an extensive wine list that was also really good.

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Expertly presented, the food looked so good that it seemed almost a shame to disturb the plate.  The whole experience was our idea of a perfect holiday lunch –  hanging out with our family in the sunshine with a gorgeous view over a delicious, relaxing lunch.

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The children’s menu is somewhat limited, and caters to a slightly more sophisticated palate than the usual kids’ menu.  For example, there is mushroom crostini and calamari.  The simplest plate was the honey chicken kebabs which my daughter loved. They also seemed to have baby food on offer.  My son was fine with the extensive choice of sushi.

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California Roll

I should mention that there is a full sushi menu.  I absolutely loved that Cape Town restaurants have such a good selection of delicious sushi and Japanese food.

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Tempura prawns

The desserts did not let us down either.  As usual, we shared a couple of plates because we were full after such a big lunch.  The quality of the desserts seemed too good though to pass up.

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lemon tart
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chocolate & pear

I wish I could say that after lunch, we worked off our extensive lunch by hiking all the way up the cliff to the top of the Cape of Good Hope.  Nope.  Not our style.

Good to Know:

You need to make reservations at Two Oceans because it is very popular.  If you don’t, you will wind up at the little cafe next door with its standard menu of pizza and sandwiches.  It looked somewhat dire in my opinion.  Alternatively, you can bring a picnic.  The Cape Point nature reserve is somewhat large and you’ll be hard pressed for dining options otherwise.


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2 thoughts on “Fine Dining Where Two Oceans Meet”

  1. The expert presentation of the food combined with the stunning ocean view makes me want to be there right now! That must’ve been a wonderful experience, thanks for sharing!

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