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Published June 11th 2012
The Table Mountain Café offers a variety of menu items to satiate Table mountains many and varied visitors along with a 360 panorama of Cape Town itself.
The menu includes a breakfast buffet featuring items such as sautéed mushrooms, tomatoes, breakfast mince, and flame grilled boerewors, French toast, Spanish omelet and toast.
A continental breakfast with cold meats and cheeses is also available as well as a health breakfast cup.
The lunch and dinner buffet is known as the mountaineer selection and highlights South African cuisine, while the Fynbos salad bar includes a Mediterranean selection of salads, dips and vegetables.
All buffets are charged by weight starting at R11.60 per 100g.
Also on the menu is an assortment of Panini, pizzas, Ostrich sausages served with fried onions and salsa on a fresh roll. A gourmet deli selection of sandwiches has a medley of favourites like cheese and tomato with others showcasing more South African flavours like the snoek pate and Cape Malay chicken.
Cheese platters with a collection of local produce are available all day with a range of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages to accompany any meal choice.
Hot beverages can be found at the coffee bar with a variety of coffees, teas and hot chocolates. To partner your hot beverage choices why not try a chocolate brownie, shortbread, rusk or home-made biscuit or a cake baked daily with flavours like chocolate, carrot, lemon meringue and baked cheesecakes.
Specialty kids' meals are also available with the Kiddies Dassie pizza slice and hot chocolate.
The Table Mountain Café is Halaal friendly with no pork products used and no sauces containing any alcohol.