Kyoto Garden Japanese Restaurant
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Japanese fine dining in a tranquil setting. The best Japanese food in Cape Town. Don't expect mayonnaise and sweet chilli sauce though, this is simple but authentic Japanese fare but with the best ingredients possible.
Hands down the best seafood and sushi restaurant in Cape Town. It is pricey but absolutely worth it. Everything is incredibly fresh. The Japanese chef is a true master.
“Vibey fun area. Cape Town's local hipster crowd. Great, easy food. Surrounded by bars. ”
“Jose will welcome you - and he loves to take people for mountain walks so don't hesistate to ask him. For solo travellers, Jose is amazing to keep you safe on the mountain. P&G is always buzzing and a great vibe. ”
“All local designer wear in one shot where you can explore some other lovely designers along the same street ”
“Reverie Social Table, in the quaint old suburb Observatory, offers a unique dining experience. Guests (up to 20) are seated at one long dinner table and are served a 5 course meal paired with unique wines, often from boutique wine farms. A welcome drink is served on arrival and guests may seat themselves anywhere at the table. Chef Julia Hattingh will host guests and take them through a dining experience that will tickle the taste buds. Single travellers can meet up with locals or other travellers from South Africa or abroad. Teetotallers and folks with special dietary requirements can be catered for if Reverie is informed upon booking. Please note that this restaurant does not take walk-in guests - since all meals are freshly prepared, participation in the Social Table Evenings is done via bookings - visit their website www.reverie.capetown to make a reservation Highly recommended by Trip Advisor, this award winning restaurant is a must! Since the meal is paired with several severing of wine it is recommended to take a taxi or Uber to and from Reverie. Given the fine foods and wine being served over several hours, parents need to consider carefully whether to bring children to this particular restaurant. ”