5 delicious restaurants to help you enjoy Iftaar

Cape Town is home to some amazing restaurants brimming with great food, good vibes, and incredible service. Even more special is the fact that many of these restaurants cater to the large Muslim population that calls the mother city home.

From Belgravia to Bellville, as the holy month of Ramadan slowly draws to a close, we’ve compiled a list of five delicious restaurants that are the perfect place to help you fill your stomach and enjoy Iftaar:

Wembley Roadhouse

Picture:
faatisfoodieadventure27 / Instagram

Wembley Roadhouse in Belgravia is a food institution. If you haven’t managed to make it to this gastronomic mecca, now is your chance. You’ll have to really wait for your dishes but between the Wembley whopper, the tandoori chicken and the falooda milkshake, we will give them a little leniency.

Izzy Burger

Photo: Izzyburger/Instagram

If you’re looking to enjoy a succulent, well-made burger, then Izzy Burger in Wynberg is the place to visit. Stick to a classic and go for their amazing cheeseburger or try something different with their Izzydog – all options are delicious. In addition to their branch in Wynberg, they also have locations in Goodwood and Woodstock.

  • Location: 121 Ottery Road, Wynberg
  • Contact: 021 023 2780

butcher’s wife

Image: Butcher’s Wife/Instagram

Another gastronomic gem you can find in Belgravia, Butcher’s Wife is Halaal certified and serves up amazing pizza and pasta if you’re looking to satisfy your carb craving. From cheese melted steak to incredible seafood pasta, there are too many good options to choose from.

Ala Turkish

Image: Turkish Ala/Instagram

Tantalise your taste buds with the authentic Turkish cuisine of this restaurant while enjoying a beautiful setting and a relaxing terrace. For a truly authentic experience, indulge in their Shisha with premium flavors to choose from. From succulent grilled cubes of lamb to beautifully cooked ribeye – there’s something for everyone.

  • Location: Shop 110, The Rockwell, Napier Street, De Waterkant
  • Contact: www.alaturkish.co.za| 021 419 0162

Andalusian Authentic Moroccan Cuisine

While we all love a good Cape Malay dish once in a while, sometimes it’s good to explore the world with your palette. Enjoy an authentic Moroccan experience with this foodie favorite – a must for anyone who has wanted to visit the colorful streets of Morocco. From skewers to couscous to pizza, spend the evening drinking and eating while drinking in the views and tastes of this North African country.

  • Location: 72 Regent Road, Sea Point
  • Contact: 021 433 1820

Read also :

3 Mouthwatering Places to Satisfy Your Ramen Craving in Cape Town

Picture: Unsplash

Source link

About Raul T. Casey

Check Also

Visit These Black-Owned Restaurants In Europe For Your Next Summer Trip – Black Girl Nerds

Summer travel is picking up speed and Europe will be a popular summer vacation destination. …