Maestro´s on the Beach: A full sensory experience
Maestro´s is definitely my favorite eatery. Casual atmosphere, mouth – watering flavors, and the best possible sight: Table Mountain, Cape Town´s iconic flat-topped attraction. A balm for the soul! This Insta – friendly venue, situated on the beachfront, is a popular destination for holidaymakers or local sunset – lovers. The menu is packed with a wide range of options that go from savory and tasty seafood to delicious crunchy pizzas. This laid back little haven is also the perfect spot to pick up a drink while facing the sea.
I fell for Maestros the moment I stepped into it for the first time. Nearly a year ago, and only a few days after landing in the Mother City, Fabricio and Marion took me to this mesmerizing eatery. There´s no denying that there are a few experiences more relaxing than catching up with good friends over a drink. Certainly, a memory I will treasure for the rest of my life!
Superb fresh food & culture fusion
Food can be subjective, but Maestro´s ´ seafood is difficult to resist. Served with slices of lemon on a bed of ice, the West Coast Oysters are what floats my boat. Such a spoil! The menu of this traditional South African restaurant is peppered with a Mediterranean twist, influenced by the Portuguese community the country is home to. The Italian cuisine is also represented in the carte.
A cultural melting pot! From steaks to espetadas or pasta, Maestro´s won´t let anyone down.
It´s no surprise that the venue is always packed with returning customers. Apart from the majestic Table Mountain, declared
A wallet – friendly, classy outing
Renowned for its excellent and inexpensive food, Maestro´s´ great variety of local wines and beers is not to be overlooked. Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Pinotage
As a videographer, I like to capture the magical Capetownian skies. Only those who have been here can understand the charm I am speaking about. Whenever I visit the venue, I place my camera
The classical South African cider is, undoubtedly, a must among the evening sundowners. The eatery´s cocktail menu is also difficult to beat. From Piña Coladas to Caipirinhas, there is a beverage for every type of client. Summer is the best season to take a dip in the beach before or after checking in, since the restaurant is perfectly situated by the Atlantic Ocean. The water,
Healthy slow food
The cherry on top
I´m definitely a coffee addict (the struggle is real), so I sometimes just pop in to get my much – needed caffeine fix while I enjoy the breathtaking view. Cape Town can get cold and windy, but the winter issues are easily addressed at Maestro´s: chocolate mousse, brownie and carrot cake!
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