The new and improved Willoughby’s could be the most exciting place to eat within this tourist mecca, what they lack in harbour views they make up for in a wide-ranging Asian menu and good quality across the board. There’s also a buzz and bustle, a sense of being in the midst of city life, that one does not easily get in Cape restaurants. No reservations can mean frustrating waits at peak times, however. Another area of contention is their wine list that’s dominated by one player – not that this is unusual for restaurants, but it’s a practise I don’t like, because it helps the big monied players to strangle lists.
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Willoughby’s, V&A Waterfront
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