Established in 1992, the Greek Fisherman is the oldest restaurant in the V&A Waterfront and is still owned by the same owners as when the Victoria Wharf, Waterfront opened in 1992.
Savour the delightful combination of traditional “meze” appetizers and a wide variety of the freshest seafood, whilst the views of the harbour and Table Mountain enrich your spirit.
Guests can either enjoy a beautiful summer’s night outside eating al fresco under the wide umbrellas, or venture inside to lose themselves in the Greek mythology style mosaic tiles that adorn the walls.
Warm lighting softens the cellar-like structure of the inside to create a cosy haven against the cold Cape Town winters.
Some of the menu highlights are the grilled calamari, mixed meze and greek-style roast lamb. Feast on the various platters of lobster, prawns, oysters, mussels and line fish, all grilled in traditional Mediterranean style.
The extensive menu also has an enticing selection of chicken and pasta dishes available, plus exciting new concept in Greek cuisine will be available soon.
At the New Millennium Awards in Madrid, Spain in 2007 they were awarded the International Award for tourist, hotel and catering industry and in 2008 they were awarded the International Trohpy for quality when the awards were held in Geneva, Switzerland.
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Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 00:30