For the culinary inclined, there is an abundance of eateries in and around
the V&A Waterfront. From sushi to shellfish and steaks to regional
specialties, options abound for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Green Point is just 10 minutes away from the V&A waterfront, where Cape
Town’s chic set fill the busy bars, cosmopolitan cafés and restaurants that
line Somerset and Green Point Main Road.
Expect everything from time-honored Italian delis and trattoria’s to
cheerful authentic burger joints that stay open until the early hours. The
city itself is filled with an assortment of superb dining venues, from high
design destinations to affordable Asian spots and excellent pizzeria’s.
Every kind of craving is bound to be satisfied.
For those looking for mementos of your stay, begin at Greenmarket Square,
where bargaining with vendors is the order of the day. Crafts and carvings
from all over the continent are available.
In the heart of the city you’ll find the Pan African Market– a charming
building that plays host to a wide variety of artisans and artists making
and selling their wares.
Browse Long Street looking for quirky buys that range from fashion to
vintage books and cutting edge craft. Collectors will love the Church Street
Antiques Market and the arcade that is filled with purveyors of beautiful
things from bygone days. Décor buys, cosmopolitan coffee stops, eateries and
a handful of galleries and local designer fashion and jeweler boutiques
line both sides of trendy Kloof Street.
Serious shoppers can make their way to the fashionable Cavendish Square
shopping centre, a haven for top notch clothing and jeweler stores and
conveniently situated just fifteen minutes from Cape Grace.