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On entering Anatoli Turkish Restaurant in Green Point, one is enveloped with a sense of warmth and a feeling of being in Turkey. Owned and managed by Tayfun Aras, Anatoli is housed in a Victorian warehouse which was built in 1904 and has been serving up Cape Town’s best Turkish food since 1984.
This is my all time favourite restaurant in Cape Town - a little pricey, but worth it every time! Pro tip: skip the mains and feast on a variety of small dishes from the mezze tray with Anatoli's homemade bread.
Excellent Turkish food - skip the mains and just have a delicious meal made up of excellent mezze and Anatoli's own bread. Save space for a dessert, it's well worth it!
A family run restaurant offering the most superb Turkish food in beautifully decorated, authentic premises
“Tiny Italian that serves some of the best Italian you'll get in CT - a little local gem. Have to book in advance.”
“Its a great hike, but recommend you use hiking boots and be please ensure that you are fit, as it is quite a steep hike and has some sections that you climb steel ladders. Take water & food for the summit. Very busy, so try to go early in the morning.”
“You cannot visit Cape Town and not visit one of its oldest markets, set on a cobbled square between Short and Longmarket Streets. Greenmarket Square square dates back to 1696, the year when the first Burgher Watch House (Now the Old Town House) was built. This is where Capetonians have been buying their clothing, jewellery, sandals, crafts and nick-nacks for years, and, whilst the face of the market may have changed a little - African curios now predominate - there is still an exciting buzz as well as evidence of the city’s most colourful and eccentric characters.”