Rhodes Memorial Restaurant - Capetown
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The Rhodes Memorial Restaurant is situated in the beautiful Table Mountain National Park directly behind the famous Rhodes Memorial. Sit outdoor in the summer on the terrace & indoor with a roaring log fire for cosy winter lunches.
The restaurant is situated on the northern slope of famous Table Mountain, and it is nestled secretly behind famous Rhodes Memorial. This one of a kind destination is home to this quaint but popular restaurant and tea garden. The position of the restaurant allows for panoramic views of the Cape Flats, right through to the Helderberg and Hottentots Holland Mountain ranges, and, impressively, it is one of just a few vantage points where both of Cape Town's famous bays can be seen.
The current owners used to run La Med in Clifton and the Baxter Restaurant respectively, and together they boast a total of 85 years hospitality experience. They have geared this restaurant towards a true family establishment that caters for both locals and tourists, and they offer a variety of items on the menu to suit all tastes and budgets. There is also a special rate for children under 10 years old. This charming cottage restaurant has also recently seen tasteful renovations, and the gardens have been re-landscaped to include a new playground ideal for keeping the kids busy while you enjoy your meal.
The menu changes each season, and in summer they shift towards a strong al fresco influence; in winter, there's a log fire, Gluhwein and wholesome specialities to keep you warm. There is also an on-site bakery which produces delicious cakes and desserts. Parking is ample and free, and with a number of great mountain walks starting and ending at this point, it's the perfect place from which to reflect on a day above the city.
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