Enjoyed local food and lovely serving staff (Lisa) who helped make our choices. Well worth going to.
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We enjoyed our meal here. For UK tourists the meal and wine was a good price for the quality. We tried Putu and Chakalaka with our meal which was nice.
Yes, you can eat ostrich here & it does not taste like chicken. Wonderful mix of more traditional dishes such as bobotie, potjiekos and braaivleis (BBQ). Excellent staff. Well designed interior. Fun atmosphere. Good wine list.
a chance to try traditional SA fare. I was a bit disappointed with my Zebra, but the pudding was amazing. More significantly, the service from the staff nearly made me want to return for that experience alone
I ate here twice on my recent trip to Cape Town. Sure, the V&A Waterfront is very touristy, but outside tables offer incredible views of Table Mountain. Dozens of wines to choose from. I enjoyed trying new fish--the restaurant advertises the entree "weskus snoek" as...More
My wife and I had the pleasure of dining at Karibu on our recent trip to Cape Town. It is a fun restaurant in the harbour district of the city. Unpretentious, with great food and good value. It styles itself as offering South African food...More
Nice Restaurant for groups to experience a South African Style dinner, of which some dishes are: Snoek Paté, Karoo Lamb Breedie, Chicken Breyani, Malay vegetable Feast, Ostrich Filet, Malva Pudding, Melktert etc. Some live entertainment entertained as at some stage that night, which is great...More
I dined at Karibu on a recent trip to Cape Town, enjoying an almost three hour, leisurely Sunday afternoon lunch. Located at the V&A Waterfront, an outdoor table provides a nice view of the harbor. The restaurant specializes mostly in African food. I started with...More
Whilst visiting Cape Town in February we were lucky enough to come across Karibu on our first night. An extremely helpful informative waiter wasted no time in finding us a lovely table. Both the service and food quality was good as well as being excellent...More
Mothersday in Cape Town spend at the V&A Waterfront, this is a great South African restaurant with a wide verity of traditional South African food, from pickled fish, braai, bobotie to waterblommetjie bredie. A must for all foreign visitors