New hotspot to open in Cape Town

Mondiall, the hottest dining spot this summer, will be opening its doors in the V&A Waterfront.

22 Oct 2013
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Opening in the V&A Waterfront, Mondiall ‘Kitchen and Bar’ is a joint venture between acclaimed Relais & Châteaux Grand Chef Peter Tempelhoff and internationally experienced Restaurateur Patrick Symington.

The venue:

Currently undergoing a complete transformation in the original ‘Green Dolphin Jazz Restaurant’ location, this buzzing new must-go destination will sport an elegant, yet relaxed vibe in a prime Waterfront setting with harbour and Table Mountain views. 

The vibe:

Peter explains that his vision for Mondiall is to create a social hub, and to offer Capetonians a place to experience great all day dining in a casual, but stylish setting at the Waterfront.

Peter wants Mondiall to be an expression of his travels, and his regard for simple, classic food. Along with Patrick, he is excited to bring to Cape Town, a celebration of the world’s greatest dishes enhanced by the best wines from the region, and slick service to match.

Between Tempelhoff, Symington and appointed Head Chef Oliver Cattermole, Mondiall is fuelled by vibrant energy and a wealth of experience that is set to raise the bar in terms of food, service, ambience and design.

The menu:

Menus will be based on regional and fresh, seasonal cuisine combined with the traditional elements of a classic Brasserie.

Guests can expect an exciting repertoire of some of the world’s greatest and most popular dishes, infused with a modern Tempelhoff twist that is inspired by Cape culture and culinary influences.

Mondiall will be open seven days a week, offering unbuttoned elegance over breakfast and brunch, lunch and light meals, cocktails, sundowners and dinner, as well as a cool after-dinner social scene.

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