The Two Oceans Restaurant, opened its doors in December 1995, and is an integral part of the development at Cape Point, which is now part of the newly proclaimed Good Hope Section of the Table Mountain National Park. Recent renovations have vastly improved the spectacle that is Two Oceans Restuarant.
There is much here for visitors from excellent dining and browsing through the curio shop, to witnessing the crashing waves where two oceans do battle near the tip of Africa.
Set into the cliffs high above the south-western most tip of the Cape Peninsula, the Two Oceans Restaurant offers spectacular views over False Bay and comfortably seats some 350 guests. The innovative design of the restaurant ensures that all guests are able to enjoy the stunning views of this unique location- a view that is unrivalled and world-renowned. The ceiling is inspired by the rib cage of a whale and also reflects the movement of the wind. Neutral beach colours and a nautical element are part of the design. Look out for the gorgeous chandelier above the sushi bar and the "kelp" screen on entering!
Exploring the Cape Peninsula is all about fresh air and fresh experiences, but all the walking around may leave you fantasizing about what’s for lunch… and that’s where the Two Oceans Restaurant comes into play.
Perhaps you’ve just done the Lighthouse Keeper’s Trail, or maybe you’ve just climbed the kilometer of stairs back up from Dias Beach. Either way, Cape Point is a place where you’re bound to work up a serious appetite, and the Two Oceans Restaurant, which has an epic view over False Bay, takes pride in pleasing your palette in a world-class manner
Seafood is the specialty at the Two Oceans Restaurant. The Two Oceans Platter is the restaurant’s famous signature dish, and was featured on the Travel Channel. This platter, which feeds two, is truly something spectacular – both for the eyes and for the taste buds.The marine morsels taste so fresh it’s almost as if they jumped up out of False Bay and landed straight onto your table.
Of course, you can also enjoy some of the Western Cape’s most magnificent wines when you dine at the Two Oceans Restaurant. The restaurant’s extensive outdoor deck presents plenty of opportunity for an incredible breakfast as well, or to catch some sun before taking the Cape Point Funicular up to the light house to save your energy for a walk down to one of the beaches.
The latest offering is a sushi bar with fabulous combination platters or individual items.
Cape Point Traditional Breakfast:
Fried eggs with grilled portabellini mushrooms, balsamic-roasted cherry tomatoes, farmhouse sausages & grilled bacon served with toasted bread. Traditional Muesli
With natural yoghurt and poached fruits.
Thai Coconut Steamed Mussels
Flavoured with lemon grass, chilli & fresh coriander, served with grilled buttermilk bread.
Served with lemon and a red wine shallot vinegar
Prawn, Bamboo Shoot and Basil Risotto
Finished with fresh cream and lemon
Chargrilled Sirloin of beef
With a fricasse of wild mushrooms, roasted garlic & parmintier potato. Served with your choice of a red wine jus or bearnaise sauce.
Cape Point Paella
Classic paella with spiced chorizo, chicken, prawn & calamari
Pan fried Line Fish
With French beans, sundried tomato, pureed potato & finished with a leek cream.
Two Oceans Seafood Platter
Grilled crayfish, tiger prawns, deep fried calamari, fresh line fish, Thai coconut steamed museels and seafood curry. Served with savoury rice, lemon & a trio of sauces.
Nigiri, Maki, Sashimi, California Rolls, Hand Rolls, Salads, Cucumber Rolls
False Bay Platter:
4 prawn & 4 tuna california rolls, 3 avo maki and 2 salmon roses
4 prawn rainbow rolls, 4 salmon rainbow rolls, 4 tuna rainbow rolls & 4 salmon roses.