Idyllic Small-Town Life in Cape Town, South


Located in South Africa, Cape Town has a culture with a strong colonial color, which makes it a romantic place to live. There are many French-style buildings and fabulous costal scenery. Watching the seabirds strolling on the Table Mountain makes the you feel comfortable and relaxed.

And in this passage, I will share a travelling list that records the authentic Cape Town life.


1. Accommodation in Cape Town

Hotel: The Andros Boutique Hotel

Address:Corner Newlands & Phyllis Road, Claremont 7708

It is a French romantic movie-like residence, where one wakes up by a refreshing and tantalizing breakfast, puts down the berry-scented coffee, and strolls from the bedroom to a small garden with dewy roses and scented leaves. The colonial-style white architecture are like oil paintings among the tropical vegetation. And most of the time, one indulges himself in the artistic design of the warm beige living room, which is suitable for a summer party.

2. Cafe in Cape Town

Address: 66 Wale Street, Cape Town Central 8001

Cape Town is a land of cocoa and there are many cafes selling handmade organic chocolate on the streets. During the day, we can step into this cozy little cafe for a cup of fragrant and soft hot cocoa.

At night, the cafe becomes a lively bistro. You can enjoy a cup of wine in a moonlit courtyard, meet people from another strange and distant land, get tipsy on a green sofa and drift off into the summer air of Cape Town.

3. Restaurant in Cape Town

Restaurant: Chefs Warehouse

Address: 92 Bree Street, Cape Town Central

In Cape Town, a big part of happiness in Cape Town is that there are so many interesting restaurants with fair price. located in downtown Cape Town, Chefs Warehouse is an restaurant with white loft, oval windows and doors. It is among one of the earliest Internet celebrity restaurant, and you need to book a table in advance.

Known for its delicious fusion dishes and romantic floor-to-ceiling window views, this restaurant shakes off the gastronomes’ stereotype that “there’s no delicious   food in Africa”. For instance, Salmon sashimi from South African waters, tartare tuna and the citrus sauce that fills your mouth with freshness.


4. Brunch in Cape Town

Restaurant: The Table

Address: De Meye Farms|Muldersvlei Rd, Stellenbosch 7600

You can get away from Cape Town and find a farmhouse brunch that will have you humming with pleasure. A picnic table is set in the open green grass, and you can enjoy alcohol and sweet food in the shade of the woods. What’s more, you can also enjoy the quietness of the garden. This farm-to-table restaurant is located at a winery in Stellenbosch, where the chef picks fruits and vegetables from his own farm and serves them on antique plates with local grass-fed cattle, farm eggs, olive oil and goat cheese.

5. Itinerary recommendations
Accommodation: You can find comfortable hotels and B&B on Booking and Airbnb.  

Air Ticket: The air ticket in Cape Town is a bit expensive. I suggest you compare prices in advance.

Pre-Trip Essentials: You can book the Cape Town City Sightseeing Pass (2 / 3 / 5 days)on KLOOK app. This pass covers more than 70 natural and cultural attractions in Cape Town.