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Hit the street for places to eat

29 Nov 2016

 

Long Street is always a hub of activity and it’s become even more desirable as one of the go-to spots for dining in the Mother City. Whether you are looking for the perfect place for date night or somewhere to grab breakfast that’s a stone’s throw from the hotel, there is a wide variety of places for you to choose from.

 

We’ve put together our list of the five most mouth-watering restaurants to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner (and of course drinks), all within easy walking distance of Long Street Hotel:

 

Royale Eatery

 

Listed as number 10 by The Telegraph on their list of the top burger joints internationally – this establishment definitely lives up to their reputation. The quirky hangout is renowned for gourmet burgers, whether it's an El burro topped with chorizo and chipotle sauce or a Miss Piggy with a dollop of guacamole and bacon, you’ll be spoilt for choice.  Take your pick from their American-style fries, potato wedges or sweet potato chips to accompany your burger.

 

Pop across the road from our hotel, and visit this eatery which offers a hipster downstairs area with retro booths and modern artwork, and a vintage wonderland awaits upstairs.  End off your evening with their decadent super thick shakes, we promise they won’t disappoint!

www.royaleeatery.com

 

 


Euro Haus Continental Bakery and Bistro

 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Euro Haus offers some of the best in German breads, cuisine and of course breakfast.  Situated on the corner of Loop and Orphan Streets, the restaurant is tastefully decorated with a slice of European flair and a touch of South Africa. The restaurant interior boasts wooden cladding made from a 100-year-old ship and a chandelier made from over 60 console jam jars.

 

We suggest you tuck into the firm favourite – the eggs benedict with Salmon, it’s bound to sustain you through a fun-filled day touring the Mother City.

www.eurohaus.co.za


Galbi

 

Combining the concept of a South African braai with Korean cuisine, Galbi is a must on any foodie’s bucket list. Hidden in an alley on the corner of Loop and Long, this Cape Town restaurant should not be judged by their exterior as their interiors offer a vibey atmosphere.  

They tick all the boxes for a unique dining experience: a new dining concept, industrial décor, a hidden location and a delicious menu that features both Korean dishes and local favourites.  The best part about the restaurant is the fact that you need to make your own food over a grill – DIY style J 

www.galbi.co.za 


Lola’s Cafe

 

Located just below Long Street Hotel, you can roll out of bed and visit this lovely dame called Lola (as the restaurant likes to be referred to).  The café is on the ground floor of a beautifully refurbished Victorian building and has been serving scrumptious breakfasts amidst the hustle and bustle of the corner for years.

Their French toast croissants and creamy oats are some of their favourites on their menu. If you need a healthy lunch after plenty of days of indulgence, then their Caesar Salad is the perfect light option.

www.lolas.co.za
 

Beerhouse

 

A craft beer destination, Beerhouse is a restaurant and bar that has certainly made their mark in the Cape Town scene. With quite literally 99 different bottles of beer from around the globe available to taste and enjoy, this Long Street legend is the local watering hole of the Mother City.

 

Labelled as curators of the ‘Beer revolution’, they have a beer or cider to suit everyone’s taste buds. Pop across the road at about 6pm (before the mad rush), and enjoy a selection of wholesome dishes, from peppadew wontons to juicy burgers.

www.beerhouse.co.za

 

 

 

 

If you are unsure where any of these restaurants are, ask our staff at the front desk for directions, they’ll happily help.

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