29 September 2007

The one with a list of Kloof Street Restaurants (2)









More restaurants. This time, those between Eaton Road and Camp Street.
1. Mixas (Pizza, Falafel and Burger). Beer is R5 between 17:00 and 18:00 :-)
2. Jimmy's Killer Prawns (Not sure. Well, hmm, perhaps seafood...)
3. Tokyo Sushi (Japanese). Eat-as-much-sushi-as-you-can for R90 on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
4. Cafe Gainsbourg (Fine dining).
5. Asoka Son of Dharma (Contemporary). Great jazz on Tuesdays.
6. Da Vinci's (Pizza/Pasta). Try the 'Van der Merwe' (biltong, feta and peppadews).
7. Saigon (Vietnamese). A Kloof Street classic.
8.Yindee's (Authentic Thai Cuisine). THE Kloof Street restaurant.

8 comments:

Jessica said...

Hi there,

I'm trying to find the name of that restaurant on Kloof street opposite that Pizza place that has the really cheap breakfasts. Its right in the bend of the road...Pleas ehelp

Jessica said...

Hi there,

I'm trying to find the name of that restaurant on Kloof street opposite that Pizza place that has the really cheap breakfasts. Its right in the bend of the road...Pleas ehelp

Jan-Stefan said...

Hi Jessica,
Cannot think of any restaurant 'right on the bed of the road' but Cafe Gainsborough is opposite Scooter's Pizza (never had a cheap breakfast there).
Arnolds and Cafe Sophia both have cheap breakfasts (both located just after the Kloofnek/Kloof junction). The early bird breakfast at Arnolds is probably the best value for money.
Perhaps other reads can also help?

Bennie said...

Hi there,

I think you might be referring to Yindee's? It's the Thai restaurant right opposite Da Vinci's (<- Best pizza in Cape Town, but no breakfasts i'm aware of :)

Jan-Stefan said...

I seriously need to update the list of restaurants on Kloof street. So many have closed down down and a few new brave ones have open their kitchens.

Anyone who wants to do a Kloof Street restaurant meander? Let me know :-)

Lyndi said...

I'm looking for the name of the sushi place on kloof street that is opposite Saigon. Apparently it's got awesome specials. Any ideas as to what its called?

Jan-Stefan said...

Hi! Perhaps you are referring to Yindees? www.yindees.com
Never had sushi there, only great Thai dishes. Lower down the street (same block) there is Tokyo Sushi - they have a lot of 'eat as much as you can' specials.

Anonymous said...

hey... Arnolds on Kloof did that really cheap breakfast...