St James Manor

108 Main Road, Cape Town, 7946, South Africa
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Forum Posts

New Years Eve 2009

by jandc1708

Can anyone recommend a really good restaurant for the New Year with outdoor eating, great food and wine and good views and location. We don't like stuffy atmosphere but do want quality.

Re: New Years Eve 2009

by johnmperry

Best place I ever went to was the Ambassador Hotel. Amazing view, and I think the food is pretty good too. I can't say about New Year, but probably good.

http://www.ambassador.co.za/

Re: New Years Eve 2009

by lynnehamman

Yes I recommend this place:

www.harbourhouse.co.za

Fabulous food
Fabulous view of the sea
Fabulous ambiance

There is more info & pictures of good choices in my CT page

Re: New Years Eve 2009

by mandybee

an all time favourite is La perla in sea point

Re: New Years Eve 2009

by jill92

Try Moyos in Stellenbosch just outside Cape Town. Good food, buffet style, reasonably priced, outdoor (Under/in tree or in tented area). Has live music/dancers, African face-painting. I was there with a group last week and we all had a good time. I understand they get fully booked at Christmas and NY so u would need to book in advance. Look at website for info.

Travel Tips for Cape Town

Climb that bloody mountain. I...

by Ramonq

Climb that bloody mountain. I did, and got cramps. I had to be carried down by fellow trekkers. It's absolutely fantastic up there. Free open air concert in a beautiful park with South African choir groups and a sumptuous picnic of South African wine and hors d'ouvres. Sheer relaxation.

For maximum sleeping comfort

by Bunsch

Summer in Cape Town unfortunately includes mosquitos or other small biting insects, and many guest houses do not have screens. Insect repellant is vital for a comfortable night. I also brought a linen sheet, which was both light and absorbant -- it saved the day.

CHAPMAN'S PEAK DRIVE.

by PEE-WEE

Chapman's Peak Drive was the brain child of Sir Frederic de Waal, the first administrator of the Cape Province.Work on the road began in 1915 after engineers, geologists and surveyors determined the best route along the soft band of shale between the mountain's granite base and the overlying sandstone,the route,an engineering feat at the time ,was formally opened in 1922.

Rock falls were a constant threat from the start.However a series of unfortunate rock fallevents and mountain fires finally lead to the closing of Chapman's Peak Drive in January 2000.

The route was rehabilitated over a period of four years.Rockfall protection measures including catch fences, half tunnels, slope stabilisation and concrete canopy structures were completed in November 2003,this allowing the drive to be reopened as a toll road on 21 December 2003.

Deep grooves and styles

by WillieDuToit about Climax

A new venue with adancefloor and good enough sound for an evening of dance and relaxing- a super cool chillourt are upstairs and balcony-Downstairs they have seating and bar with specials on cocktails for NOVEMBER and R5 shooter!
They have a HOUSE MUSIC policy and slowly getting a more refined crowd-a bit older and mature.
Good security and friendly vibes.
TRENDY SOPHISTICATION, COUPLED WITH A RELAXED SOCIAL EXPERIENCE. ENJOY TITILLATING LIP-SMACKING COCKTAILS WHILE LISTENING TO AN EXPANSIVE SELECTION OF CUTTING EDGE TUNES.
- PERFECT FOR EVENTS & PRIVATE FUNCTIONS.

2-4-1 COCKTAIL EXTRAVAGANZA.
ORDER ANY OF THESE AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER :
- COSMOPOLITAN
- MARGARITA's
- LONG ISLAND
- DAQUIRI

QUENCH YOUR THIRST... Cool and casual-not too sloppy ...

Must have the Mussels

by GerryFM about 0932 Belgian Restaurant

Sitting pretty in a landmark building along Green Point's trendy Somerset Road is zeroninethreetwo. At zeroninethreetwo, they pride themselves on delivering a product second to none, beautifully presented and delicious to eat without being pretentious.

The kitchen creates modern fare that flirts with Belgian tradition and taste but embraces the sensibilities of the South African palate.

Moules are obviously a Belgian commodity and at zeroninethreetwo they offer a variety of mussel platters and pots. All platters and pots are served with frites and mayo. "Frites" being of course Belgian for fries and part of the staple diet in Belgium. Zeroninethreetwo is not however all about moule and frites. They offer a varied menu that caters for all palates.

Meat dishes are main features on the menu but vegetarians are well catered for, with three standard main course items, plus a weekly vegetarian special. There are also vegetarian starter and soup options, and vegetarian side orders.

A word or two on the beer...
zeroninethreetwo boasts an impressive beer list of up to 24 Belgian imported beers. Each beer is served in its own branded glass. It is also the only restaurant in the country to serve Leffe, Hoegaarden and Stella Artois on tap. From Abbey beers to Trappist beers, Pale ales to Golden ales and an impressive variety of fruit beers, zeroninethreetwo has something for everyone Without a doubt, I would suggest that you try their Mussel Pot.... it is fantastic!!!!

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