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    Due to high lunch volumes, there will be no breakfast served from 22 Dec 2014 – 4 Jan 2015

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    About

    Sit on the deck of the newly refurbished Two Oceans Restaurant at Cape Point and you could be lulled into thinking you were relaxing on an ocean liner with the sea spread out before you.

    Since opening in December 1995, the Two Oceans Restaurant, Cape Point’s longstanding eatery, has reliably served the ravished – and often wind-whipped and rosy-cheeked – masses before and after their journey to the pinnacle of one of South Africa’s greatest natural wonders. But even after 17 years and 3 million customers (and counting), the establishment is still fresh-faced, full of life and – thanks to a July 2012 refurbishment – eager to take on the future.

    These days, the Two Oceans’ darker, more austere, African-inspired look of old has been replaced with an airy, stylish interior that summons thoughts of salty beach days and elegant Mediterranean seaside living. The recent R3 million refurbishment has resulted in one of the most stylish restaurants in the Cape, reaffirming the importance of this location as a major tourist attraction.

    It is all of these elements that have been the inspiration behind the new features. Innovative yet subtle the design ensures that all guests are able to enjoy the stunning views of this unique location – a view that is unrivalled and entices visitors from all over the world.

    What our guests say!

    Glyn T

    Two Oceans Restaurant is to die for. Bearing in mind it is located near Cape Point which is a tourist attraction, most food outlets normally offer average food, not this restaurant. The cleanliness, service and food choice is first class.

    Glyn TTrip Advisor
    Mitch101

    When eating at such a restaurant, it would be sacrilege not to have seafood, which was superbly cooked and presented. The staff were attentive and looked after all our needs, despite the demands on them from a full restaurant.

    Mitch101Trip Advisor
    Scuesa

    With panoramic views set in breathtaking scenery, lunch was scrumptious. We all had seafood which was well prepared, presented beautifully, and served by friendly attentive waiters. Highly recommended.

    ScuesaLondon, United KingdomTrip Advisor
    Fishbgood

    The interior is lovely and modern and the view you get from inside and outside is just astonishing.

    FishbgoodJohannesburg, South AfricaTrip Advisor

    Décor

    These days, the Two Oceans’ darker, more austere, African-inspired look of old has been replaced with an airy, stylish interior that summons thoughts of salty beach days and elegant Mediterranean seaside living. The recent R3 million refurbishment has resulted in one of the most stylish restaurants in the Cape, reaffirming the importance of this location as a major tourist attraction.

    It is all of these elements that have been the inspiration behind the new features. Innovative yet subtle the design ensures that all guests are able to enjoy the stunning views of this unique location – a view that is unrivalled and entices visitors from all over the world.

    The décor now takes its cue from its surroundings, and even the menu – which has always had a large seafood focus – better reflects the wild coves and expansive seas that spread out in every direction.

    General Manager, Troy Constandakis was explicit in his briefing to the project managers and the detail of the décor reflects their desire to complement the setting while making the restaurant accessible, suitable for the whole family yet with an added sophistication.

    A bright white, ribbed ceiling inspired by the belly of a whale undulates its way across the restaurant roof drawing the eye inexorably towards the sea; a bespoke glass chandelier pieced together with hand-picked shells and coral dangles from above reflecting natural light, rippling softly in the breeze; sea-washed floors is the perfect foil for the antique wood furniture and lamps take on the soft shapes of sea creatures. Cool crème and aquamarine accents play across the place settings and furniture. With its new look it is undeniably seductive.