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Whether you’re after spur-of-the-moment fish and chips on the wharf, sensitively seared scallops at a stylish innercity eatery, or mussels munched on while overlooking the marina, Cape Town typically splashes out on the best of the seafood bunch.
Situated on the water’s edge in the picturesque harbour of Kalk Bay, Harbour House boasts exquisite views of the working harbour, False Bay and the Hottentots Mountain Range.
Smack-of-the-sea dishes and breathtaking ocean vistas await at this shore-hugging eatery.
Photograph: Harbour House
Situated directly below Harbour House, Live Bait is not only on the breakwater, but one of its walls actually is the breakwater of Kalk Bay Harbour. When it comes to dining at sea level, you simply can’t get closer to the action than this.
The casual banquette seating and colourful harbour atmosphere make Live Bait the perfect place to enjoy a lazy lunch by the sea.
Photograph: Live Bait
No stranger to international culinary influences, Nobu dishes up classical Japanese cuisine served with a contemporary Peruvian twist.
Nobu’s one and only African outpost sits in a vast, modern space within in the Waterfront’s One&Only resort. The plush, pared-down décor and delectable sharing platters make dining here a swanky and sophisticated affair.
The selection of available delicacies changes daily, and you choose your meal according to weight straight from the seafood counter.
If you’re looking for fresh sushi that you can pluck off a conveyor belt, with pretty views of the ocean, look no further.
Photograph: The Codfather
Perpetually packed and boasting food that’s always passionately prepared, Willoughby’s always promises something new and different.
The extensive menu offers a variety of superbly compiled Japanese dishes prepared by experienced chefs.
Photograph: Willoughby & Co.
Featured image credit: Andi Whiskey