The Two Oceans Restaurant occupies an enviable position above False Bay at the southwestern tip of Africa. The restaurant is as famous for its seafood cuisine as it is for a superb wooden deck that looks out onto one of the most stunning ocean views in South Africa.
A R3.5-million refurbishment has resulted in one of the most stylish restaurants in the Cape, reaffirming the importance of this location as a major tourist attraction. Consistently rated among the Top 10 restaurants in Cape Town by TripAdvisor, the Two Oceans Restaurant prides itself on offering fine dining with world renowned views. Reservations are highly recommended even outside of peak season.
“This restaurant is situated at Cape Point, South Africa. It is a wonderful setting, sitting in or above the clouds, it has a great atmosphere. My wife and I had a late lunch there. The staff are exceptionally good – especially our waiter Robson; and the food divine. We had crayfish with calamari; i had gnocchi. Both dishes cooked to perfection. A great meal with a great day! Please try it.”
“Amazing food! Especially memorable was the prawn linguine, and turkish delight ice cream. As it was a rainy day we couldn’t fully appreciate the view but it was a great setting and we enjoyed the meal so much the rain didn’t matter. The ambience and décor was great and excellent service from Stanley. Good value for money too.”
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