Signal Restaurant at the Cape Grace Hotel
The Signal Restaurant at the luxurious Cape Grace Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa, has been voted 'Best Deluxe Restaurant' at the V&A Restaurant Awards in August 2009.
Creative Cape Cuisine which is fresh and innovative is presented at the fine dining restaurant of the Cape Grace Hotel. Led by Executive Chef, Malika van Reenen, the Signal Restaurant draws on influences from the many cultures and nations that have called upon this region during its history, namely French Huguenots, British settlers as well as Dutch and Asian traders. The menu connects guests with local farmer's offerings and the very best combinations of the Cape's heritage and present tastes. From lentil and butternut bobotie, to seared duck breast on herbed goat's cheese gnocchi, every dish has been carefully considered to deliver gastronomical experience.
In Cape Town at noon every day the cannon on Signal Hill announces to the city that midday has arrived. The new haven for diners at the Cape Grace Hotel was named Signal Restaurant in honor of this unique piece of the Cape's rich heritage.
Here guests can sample and enjoy the famous Sugar Buffet which is a dream for all those with a sweet tooth.
Bascule Whisky Bar at Cape Grace
The Bascule Whisky Bar has been voted Best Pub Style at the V&A Restaurant Awards in September 2009. Located on the water's edge of the international yacht marina on the Waterfront, the famous Bascule Whisky, Wine & Cocktail Bar is the perfect setting to take in the sights and sounds of the busy Waterfront in a relaxed social atmosphere.
This unique bar offers over 400 whiskies from around the world as well as an impressive selection of the finest Cape wines.During the day, this Bar is a lively and vibrant destination, the ideal place to enjoy breakfast, cappuccino or light lunch. By night, this famous bar is a glamorous Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar, where whisky experts and social butterflies gather in equal measure to enjoy a slice of Cape Town's social energy.