For the very best in traditional Cape Malay cuisine in Cape Town, visit the Bo Kaap Kombuis Restaurant and Coffee Shop in historical Bo Kaap. Yusuf and Nazli warmly welcome patrons to their fine Restaurant at which you will experience a taste of the Cape.
The Restaurant is situated high on the hill so you will have the most spectacular views of Table Mountain and the city below as well as being surrounded by cultural treasures and historical heritage of the Cape Malay people.
"A hallmark of the Cape Malay people is the warm hospitality they extend to all their visitors. We hope that you cast your gaze on our magnificent Table Mountain and indulge in the tasty foods prepared by Yusuf and Nazli, that in some small way you will have imbibed a bit of the essence of the history, culture, customs and traditions of the people who settled here more than 300 years ago." Copyright Bo Kaap Kombuis.
BO KAAP HISTORY
The Bo-Kaap was formerly known, as the Malay Quarter, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre it has been the traditional home of Cape Town’s Muslim population since the second half of the eighteenth century. The streets of the Bo-Kaap are lined with picturesque terraced houses, along cobbled lanes. The houses are a mixture of Cape Dutch and Cape Georgian architectural styles and this, combined with the Islamic faith, culture and eastern origin of the majority of its inhabitants, has given the Bo-Kaap an ambience that visitors find both captivating and exotic.
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