Cape Town’s Bahia – One of the Best at the Waterfront

Dropped off  at Victoria and Alfred’s Waterfront in Cape Town, we had 90 minutes for lunch.  Our guide gave recommendations from the fast and cheap (this meal was not included as part of the tour) to the elegant and elaborate. We selected the latter, and I am glad we did.

Four of us left the herd and treated ourselves. We decided on seafood, white wine, and a view. We decided on one of the Waterfornt’s best – Bahia.

a most beautiful view, yes, it's Table Mountain

the tuna...

mussels in white wine...

the salmon

cape town calamari..


Tip: Sometimes you need to treat yourself to the best and that is what we did at Bahia. To make it even more special and not as costly, we ordered multiple appetizers to share. It was a great way to taste multiple dishes, usually some of the restaurant’s best, and allow us to spend more on the wine.

Stay adventurous, Craig

This is fourth installment of the Culture Through Cuisine Series and the fourth of  five posts on Cape Town, South Africa. Additionally, this post is part of the All Africa All April (Almost)

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  • Wendy Greene

    Craig, you’re right.. sometimes we need to treat ourselves to the best. Great foodie pics!

    • Craig Zabransky

      Wendy, Yes…we certainly do, and often too. And thanks, I really believe this may be my best collection of food shots from one sitting ever…

      stay adventurous, Craig

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