Game meat restaurants in Cape Town

Game meat restaurants in Cape Town

Have you ever tasted South African venison? African plains’ game meat is one of the healthiest sources of lean protein, which is why it’s a favourite food to include in a Paleo meal plan. Health and fitness aside, venison, such as impala, kudu and wildebeest, is delicious if prepared and cooked correctly.

In South Africa, plains game hunting and wingshooting is not only a leisure activity, it is also a source of food and nourishment. If you’d like to experience the hunter-gatherer’s way in unique South African fashion, contact Rovos Hunting Safaris, otherwise taste your first venison dish at these restaurants in Cape Town.

Whether you’re visiting South Africa for a African safari holiday or if you are a local, treat your palate to something new and exciting!

Arnold’s on Kloof – Cape Town CBD

Arnold’s on Kloof is located opposite the impressive Mount Nelson Hotel in Kloof Street, Cape Town. Here, you’ll experience a warm and relaxed dining atmosphere with phenomenal views of Table Mountain. Choose between warthog ribs or their game platter from their à la carte menu – it’s a great introduction to game meat without having to eat an entire steak. They also have happy hour from 4:30pm to 6:30pm daily, so don’t miss the opportunity to indulge in a mojito as the sun slowly sets behind Cape Town’s famous mountain.

View Arnold’s menu.

Address: 60 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town.

Contact: (021) 424 4344

Trading hours: Monday to Friday 6:45am – late. Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 8:00am – late.

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Karibu – the V&A Waterfront

Located in the tourist hotspot, the V&A Waterfront, Karibu will tantalise your senses with their delectable game meat dishes cooked and presented to international standards while maintaining true to South African culinary tradition. What makes Karibu an outstanding choice, besides their mouth-watering menu, is the picturesque view of Table Mountain and the tranquil blue ocean that patrons can appreciate while tucking into a juicy kudu or impala steak. Karibu is where Africa meets Europe, and where tradition meets contemporary in a whirlwind of exciting flavours and textures.

Karibu’s venison medallions are suberb! They’re served with delectable Amarula sauce. Try the putu and chakalaka as a side dish.

View Karibu’s appetising menu.

Address: Shop 156, The Wharf Centre, V&A Waterfront, Victoria Wharf, Cape Town.

Contact: (021) 421 7005/6

Trading hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00am – 11:00pm.

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Savoy Cabbage – Cape Town CBD

An innovative menu can be expected at Savoy Cabbage in Cape Town’s central business district. To keep things fresh and exciting, as well as environmentally friendly, the menu changes daily according to produce that is in season. Savoy Cabbage chefs are resolute in cooking only free range and organic produce, from bread and biscuits to the charcuterie, sausages, and salmon – everything is homemade and sustainable. Savoy Cabbage’s menu is unique with dishes that may surpise and delight. A game meat dish to enjoy is the springbok loin, which is a seasonal favourite.

View Savoy Cabbage’s menu

Address: 101 Hout Street, Cape Town.

Contact: (021) 424 2626

Trading hours: Monday to Friday: 12:00pm – 2:30pm/7:00pm – 10:30pm. Saturday: 7:00pm – 10:30pm.

Brines Warthog with sautéed potatoes, mushroom and a sour fig syrup #gamemeat #delicious #divine #finedining

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Marco’s African Place – Cape Town CBD

For a truly traditional African experience without the typcial airs and graces, head to Marco’s African Place in Cape Town’s CBD. This lively restaurant will captivate your heart and leave a lasting impression with its upbeat African music nights. Pair traditional South African cuisine, such as kudu steak in mushroom sauce with the sounds of African drumming and soulful vocals, and you’ll have a memorable night in true African fashion and hospitality.

They have an awesome buffet menu for those really hungry nights. Otherwise, try the Madagascar Springbok in peppercorn sauce, which you can order from their a la carte menu.

Note that a cover charge of R20.00 per person is charged on live entertainment nights.

Address: 15 Rose Lane, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town.

Contact: (021) 423 5412

Trading hours: Saturday, Monday and public holidays 3:00pm till late. Tuesday – Friday 12:00pm till late.

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Mama Africa – Cape Town CBD

Similar to Marco’s African Place, Mama Africa in the upbeat and trendy Long Street will also present patrons with a lovely African atmosphere with delicious traditional food. Mama Africa offers an authentic African dining experience along with cheerful evenings brought to you by a live Marimba band.

Definitely try Mama Africa’s Hunters Game Potjie!

View Mama Africa’s menu.

Address: 178 Long Street, Cape Town.

Contact: (021) 424 8634/426 1017

Trading hours: Monday to Saturday 6:30pm – 10:30pm.

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