If you are looking for a place for coffee break, two oceans restaurant would be a good choice to have a coffee with a stunning view of the oceans.
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We had the most enjoyable lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant in between our visit to different sight at Cape Point Reserve. The view is absolutely beautiful and the Grill Squid salad we ordered were delicious. So glad that our guide recommended this restaurant and made a booking for us! Be careful of the naughty baboon if u are eating... More
We got there at 9am following advice from locals, a great decision. The drive up offered views of ostriches and buck. On arrival we had beaten the crowds and sat with a spectacular view over the ocean. The breakfast was fantastic and reasonably priced.
We had a fantastic meal while sat on the veranda. It rounded off a lovely day in the national park. The food was very good; the views stunning and the service was excellent. Particular thanks go to Khay-Lynne for waiting on us.
Located at the base of the funicular to Cape Point, and swarmed with tour buses, I wasn't expecting such a great lunchtime meal. Stunning views, good service, reasonably price and above average food - what's not to like. Not that you have a lot of choices in the nature reserve, but don't hesitate if you are looking for a great... More
As a local your prices are ridiculously way overpriced. It's a rip off. You're clearly catering for the foreigners and have absolutely zero regard for your fellow South Africans. On your menu - 1 sushi piece R60 really!? How Dow you justify that? Sis!
We visit Cape Point and decided to have lunch here. Food is delicious, service is very good also and the views are amazing. Usually restaurants in national parks are only fast food but not this one. You can count with fresh food, very well cooked.
I recently had a late lunch (on a public holiday) at the restaurant. We had made a reservation but there were a few tables available - in particular on the deck, which is on a first come first served basis. So the restaurant although large was not totally full. Initial welcomes by the waitrons were good but then we were... More
As this is the only restaurant at this very busy and touristic place, I was rather suspicious and to be honest I thought it could be the classical 'tourist trap'. I can't speak for the fast food division, just opposite to the entrance of the cable car to the light house. But a door further there is the 'real thing':... More
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Hi could you tell me if you can drive a private car to this point as I have seen it is in a national park, if not where does one pick up the transport?