Dining

With the mighty Table Mountain standing sentinel over its dazzling golden beaches, scores of cafes and breweries, great shopping and wildlife, and picture-perfect vineyards, historic Cape Town or the Mother City, as it is affectionately known by locals, has something for everyone.

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    Bombay Brasserie

    Bombay Brasserie has been totally transformed and after a massive renovation and expansion, is now open and ready to welcome you.
    Sumptuous and alluring décor mixes with exotic and dynamically textured fine Indian cuisine at the new Bombay Brasserie, will tantalize every sense and awaken a spirit of India in your consciousness.
    Named after the multi-cultural and cosmopolitan Indian city, Bombay Brasserie offers diverse cooking styles from all across India and adds two unique elements... authentic Cape Town flair and flavour. This results in some of the finest dishes to be served outside India. The new Bombay Brasserie fine dining menu still includes firm favourites, however, eight new star dishes have been added, including Baingan Bharta {clay oven smoked Aubergine crush with crumbled feta} and Tikka Masala {Charred Tikka, fenugreek, onion and tomato sauce}.
    Another exciting addition, and further enhancing the fine dining experience at Bombay Brasserie, is the Bombay Brasserie Bar, where patrons are welcome to enjoy pre-dinner drinks from the extensive range of cocktails, beers, wines and a collection of the finest whiskies and brandies; where Taj Cape Town will serve you everything of the best.
    Guests can also choose from an array of small plate dishes, which allows diners to experience a fine dining interpretation of Indian street food in a casual setting.
    “My team and I are delighted to have the small plate dishes on offer at the Bombay Bar and we believe that this is something quite unique for Cape Town,” says Executive Chef David Tilly.
    Refreshed, expanded and refurbished, Bombay Brasserie transports patrons to the heart of India with-out leaving Cape Town’s inner city, offering the exceptional alchemy of fine dining fused with traditional authentic Indian design.

    Cuisine - Indian
    Dress code - Smart Casual
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    The Lobby Lounge

    With its two grand entrances, the former banking hall of the old Reserve Bank is now the welcoming hotel Lobby. With its meticulously restored fluted marble columns and original chandeliers, The Lobby Lounge and Bar is the perfect place to unwind with reviving cup of coffee or tea, a slice of heavenly cake or an evening aperitif.

    Cuisine - Breakfast,Afternoon Tea,Beverages
    Dress code - Smart Casual
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    Mint Restaurant & Terrace

    Mint, which spills out into St George’s Mall from the cosy confines of Taj Cape Town, offers a host of all-day dining options for hotel guests and visitors, alike. The unpretentious dining room extends onto the Mall with a new Terrace, offering comfortable couch seating, suspended umbrellas and a modern bistro-inspired feel, making it the perfect spot for a summer cocktail, guilt-free breakfast, lazy luncheon or fabulous dinner. The internationally-inspired menu created by Executive Chef David Tilly and his team, delivers an accessible, comfort food-driven offering that reflects the cosmopolitan nature of Taj Cape Town.
    Cuisine - Multi-Cuisine
    Dress code - Smart Casual
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Restaurants in Other IHCL Hotels in Cape Town

Restaurants in Other IHCL Hotels in Cape Town