Situated at the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Town offers a small number of restaurants serving African cuisine. Our Labotessa hosts will gladly reserve a table for its guests at the restaurant of their choice:

#   GOLD Restaurant offers a menu of 14 courses representative of a number of African countries, including South Africa, Congo, Morocco, Nigeria, Namibia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Tunisia, Algeria, Ethiopia, and Ghana, paired with wines, dancing, singing, story telling, drumming, and Mali puppetry. A unique curated spice experience can also be booked, telling the story of the history of the spice route from Uganda to Zanzibar, all countries in Africa. This private intimate dinner experience includes stories, food, and entertainment. 15 Bennet Street, De Waterkant.

#   Addis in Cape Ethiopian Restaurant offers a cultural dining experience, with Ethiopian dishes served in a woven basket table, and eaten by hand. The restaurant showcases Ethiopia’s history and traditions, though its decor, its traditional coffee ceremony, and its service. Vegan, non-vegan and gluten-free dishes are available, rich in aromas, herbs, and spices. All dishes are Halaal-friendly. Ethiopian coffee is served. 168 Loop Street.

#   Emazulwini Restaurant is a Zulu-inspired restaurant originating in KwaZulu-Natal, showcasing the cuisine of the South African Nguni tribe. It is located in Maker’s Landing in the Cruise Terminal of the V&A Waterfront. Dishes are shareable. The restaurant was rated one star by Eat Out at its Awards in 2022, and its owner Chef Mmabatho Molefe received the Eat Out Naked Malt Rising Star Award at the Awards.

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Labotessa Luxury Boutique Hotel, 5 Church Square, Parliament Street, Cape Town. Tel (021) 010-6600

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