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A Culinary Affair at the Table Bay Hotel

With an extensive dining offering that includes the renowned Camissa Brasserie, the Table Bay hotel is a must-visit foodie destination in Cape Town.

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The Table Bay Hotel | House and Leisure

With the bustling harbour at its front, the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean at its rear and the popular V&A Waterfront to its side, the Table Bay hotel is the perfect place from which to experience the best that the Mother City has to offer. Whether you’re staying in one of the hotel's 329 opulent rooms or are simply passing through, we recommend sampling the delicious food and beverage offering that has put this five-star establishment on the map as a must-visit dining destination.

Camissa Brasserie at The Table Bay Hotel | House and Leisure

Included in the hotel's dining offering is The Lounge, The Union Bar and The Pool Bar, but it's the Camissa Brasserie that ranks at the top of our go-to list when it comes to experiencing word-class cuisine in a setting with unmistakable savoir faire. Named after the ancient Khoi name for Cape Town, which means 'The Place of Sweet Waters', Camissa links the city's past and its cultural heritage in a feast of flavours, and also offers private wine tastings in the brasserie's tasting room.

There is a plethora of dishes from which to choose, so to help make your selection a little easier, below is a starter, main and dessert from Camissa Brasserie.

Dining at the Table Bay Hotel's Camissa Brasserie

Beetroot and Watermelon Carpaccio

Beetroot and Watermelon Carpaccio at The Table Bay | House and Leisure

Begin your dining experience at the Table Bay hotel with this visually appealing and healthy starter. Fresh, sweet and packed with flavour, the beetroot and watermelon carpaccio is a refreshing take on the standard green salad. 

SASSI Linefish and Squid Ink Pasta

Squid Ink Pasta at The Table Bay | House and Leisure

Move on to this dark, delicious and sustainable seafood dish, which starts with a humble combination of butter and salt and ends with a garnish or parmesan cheese, micro herbs and black sesame seeds. 

French Macarons 

The Table Bay Hotel macarons | House and Leisure

A favourite at The Table Bay hotel's famous high tea in The Lounge, these French macarons are light, airy and come in an assortment of flavours including strawberry chocolate ganache. They’re the ideal end to a scrumptious meal.

For more information and to make a booking, visit the Table Bay hotel website or connect on FacebookTwitter and  Instagram.

This is post is sponsored by the Table Bay hotel.