Each of Cape Town’s Big 6 feature superb restaurants and world-class dining, in the most incredible surroundings. The restaurants are all open year-round, but there are few better times to dine out at the city’s top attractions than during the month of February.

Cape Point

The Two Oceans Restaurant at Cape Point has become famous for two things – the dramatic views over the pristine False Bay coastline, and the incredible fresh seafood served up each day. Couple this with the most efficient and friendliest staff, and you’ve got a winning combination for any occasion at the South Western most point of Cape Town. The restaurant fills up quickly, particularly during the busy summer months, so if you want to ensure that you get prime placement on the open-air balcony, call ahead and book directly.

Table Mountain Cableway

If you’re looking for a romantic experience with a difference this Valentine’s Day, then Table Mountain Cableway is a great place to start. From Monday 10 February to Sunday 16 February, they are offering couples the chance savour a fantastic Valentine’s menu, which includes a main course, dessert, and a glass of De Grendel wine, for R140 per person.

Combine this unique dining experience atop our New7Wonder with the Cableway’s half-price Sunset Special, and you’ll return to sea-level with unforgettable memories.

The New7Wonders Foundation has also launched the WonderLove competition, which offers one couple the chance to win an all-inclusive trip to one of the seven natural wonders around the world. For more information, visit www.visit7wonders.com.

Groot Constantia

Simon’s at Groot Constantia is quietly tucked behind the main cellar and tasting room. It offers beautiful views of the vineyards from the outside, and a contemporary, sophisticated yet comfortable interior. There are few better restaurants at which to treat yourself and your loved ones throughout the year, but they are pulling out all the stops for Valentine’s Day this February. Their exclusive 3-course Valentine’s menu is available at R260 per person, and with a selection that includes everything from Prochuto Cru Do through to their famous Pork Belly and Strawberry Panacotta, it’s bound to be a memorable occasion.

V&A Waterfront

It’s no secret that the V&A Waterfront is home to some of Cape Town’s finest restaurants, and there are now over 80 eateries for visitors to choose from. They feature flavours from around the world, and options to suit every budget. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite from the recently revamped and world-class food court, or a more leisurely experience at one of the unique fine dining restaurants, there really is something for everyone. A number of the eateries feature mountain and sea views, while there are superb indoor cafes, delis and casual dining eateries spread across the property. There are also three fantastic new restaurants at the V&A Waterfront – Mondiall, Haiku and Bukhara.

If you’re looking to spend a romantic evening at the V&A Waterfront this Valentine’s Day, a number of restaurants are offering unique menus and specials. For more information, view the V&A Waterfront Valentine’s Day offers here. There’s also a great Valentine’s Day competition on the go offering a range of superb prizes in and around the V&A Waterfront, including helicopter rides, cruises and jewellery.

Robben Island

Robben Island doesn’t have a restaurant available to visitors, but this doesn’t mean it’s not a hive of activity on Valentine’s Day. Each year, the iconic World Heritage Site has been offering a romantic and memorable experience to couples who want to tie the knot on the Island. This year they are expecting around fourteen couples from across the Western Cape to get married, with the ceremonies held at the Garrison Church, which was built in 1841.