3 Brand new spots to try in Cape Town

Tried everything in town and itching for something new. Try one of 3 new restaurants that have just opened in Cape Town.

Pulp Kitchen, Cavendish Square

Pulp Kitchen is all about fresh, tasty meals that are made from locally sourced, and where possible, organic & free-range ingredients. They have their own little herb garden that even supplies fresh greens to their kitchen. We are passionately eco conscious which they carry through to their furniture & d├ęcor using recycled, sustainable and eco-friendly materials. They have 4 branches but only the Cavendish branch is fully halaal.

Find them at:
Shop G30, Cavendish Square, 1 Dreyer Street, Claremont.
Tel: 021 671 7116

Andalousse Moroccan, Sea Point

This authentic and understated Moroccan restaurant with it’s original branch in Woodstock, has opened a second branch in Sea Point. Find traditional dishes from Morocco and a few fusion dishes thrown in on the menu. Read our full review of the Woodstock branch here.

Find them at:
74 Regent Rd, Sea Point

Eatstanbul, Gardens

Sister restaurant to Saray on the Cape Town Foreshore, Eatstanbul is a casual Turkish restaurant on the bohemian kloof street in Cape Town serving an authentic Turkish menu very similar to that of Saray as well as being popular with the shisha crowd. Find our full review of Eatstanbul here.

Find them at:
64 Kloof Street, Gardens Cape Town
Tel: 021 422 1989