Whole Earth Café
The small deli and gift store sells beautifully handcrafted items.
The kids’ hot chocolate is deeeeelicious!
Grand Africa Café
The seafood pizza is scrumptious with sizzling prawns, mussels, calamari and salmon.
Play in the sand, climb the rocks and watch the passing ships.
It's wonderful location for a sunset dinner.
Kids love clambering on the jungle gym until the food arrives.
St. Omer Farm
It's a great opportunity to buy some extremely well-priced plants on the way out.
Kids can’t get enough of the Nutella sandwiches!
The Pink Olive
A great place to combine plant shopping with a cup of coffee and a short play outing.
The colouring-in activities at the table are fun while waiting for the food to arrive.
Dutch Haven Bistro
The children’s menu even caters for tiny tots, offering finger biscuits and mashed fruit, served with a sterilized baby spoon.
Toddlers have a great time in the safe, garden-style play area.
Feel a wave of nostalgia when choosing songs from the jukebox.
The shakes are yum. Kiwi & Bubblegum is a kids’ favourite.
The hearty lamb salad is an all-time favourite!
Getting a marshmallow on a stick from the reception desk is a treat!
The restaurant offers exceptional service and one of the best views in the valley.
Catching (and releasing) fish in the dam is great fun!
The restaurant offers some good gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options.
Cocktail sausages with sweet potato fries = yum!
Spiro, the owner, ensures the atmosphere is always warm and friendly.
A long rail of dress-up clothes gets the imagination going.
It's a great opportunity to take home some authentic Italian produce from the little deli inside the club.
Whizzing around the tables is no problem here because Italians love family.
The rustic eatery serves great burgers, and there is an option to build your own!
Shooting at a target with a real bow and arrow is awesome.
The fresh seafood and fabulous cocktails make it a winner.
Kids love the Zebra sushi roll and the butterfly roll with strawberry.
Hands down the best German cuisine in town. Try the pork knuckle and Apfelstrudel.
The jungle gym looks like a knight’s castle.
Knus Karoo Kombuis
The small but well-curated gift shop sells original items from the Karoo, including wool and cosy blankets.
The gourmet kiddies’ caramel milkshake is delish (and a fab desert replacement)!
Vredenhof Organic Estate
Only natural products are used on this farm.
Kids love to let their imagination run wild in the fairy caravan.
Deer Park Café
The women’s toilet has a children’s seat, a changing table and a step, so that little ones can reach the basin.
The freshly baked mini pizzas and spaghetti bolognaise are a winner!
Cape Town Fish Market
The eatery offers a vast menu with an overall impressive quality of food.
Each kid gets a set of stackable crayons and a drawing book with stickers.
The ‘roosterkoek’ (bread cooked on a barbecue) made on an open fire bring back wholesome childhood memories.
Bottle feeding the baby goats is too cute!
The family meals offer great value for money.
The foosball table provides hours of fun!
Rhodes Memorial Tea Garden and Restaurant
It's a wonderfully old-school place to stop for lunch after a walk on the mountain.
The jungle gym is fun, but crawling around the steps of Rhodes Memorial is even better!
The extremely friendly staff isn’t put off even by the wildest horde of kids.
A jumping castle inside a restaurant is hard to beat.
Blue Bird Café
The owners are happy for you to bring their laptops and tap into the free wifi.
Playing with the water feature and the mud kitchen is great fun!
During winter months, a cosy fireplace keeps guests warm and snug.
You can make your own kiddies pizza!
Rusty Oak Bistro
The bistro has an extensive wine list and a great selection of local craft beers.
Splashing about in the swimming pool while waiting for the food to arrive.
Blue Water Café
There is a wheat-free option (rye and spelt), so everyone can enjoy the legendary pizzas.
Children adore climbing and swinging on the big old tree in the garden.
Shimmy Beach Club
It feels like spending the day in an exclusive holiday resort.
A swimming pool, a play area and lots of space to zoom about make this place a winner.
It's a meal steeped in history: the restaurant’s walls were built around 1785 from cow dung, sand, hay and whale (!) bones.
The home-made ice cream is totally yum!
Parents with school-going kids love to join the full moon hike during summer months.
The child-sized, soft building blocks are great fun!
There are wet wipes, sanitizer and free bum cream at the changing station, in case you forgot to bring your own.
For only R10 you can buy a bag of farm feed and give all the different animals some nibbles.
The hosts are superb, with great attention to detail.
It’s as carefree as playing in a friend’s garden.
In winter, a cosy indoor fireplace keeps the whole family warm.
The popular Bugz Playpark is right next door, so you can make a day of it!
Village Grill & Butcher
The staff is super-friendly and makes the whole family feel right at home.
Running through the water fountain is an absolute blast!
Healthy food and a large screen showing loads of great cycling and running routes.
Swishing from the tree house down the little zipline is fab!
Good Thyme Café
They often run meal specials for kids under 12.
Zooming down the double slide, while holding hands with a friend is just the best.
Bread and Butter Co
There are tables inside the fenced-in play area so parents can relax while watching the little ones play safely.
The cute wooden Wendy house invites to imaginary play.
The child-friendly St James tidal pool right next door is ideal for a dip before or after the meal.
The sandpit has lots of beach toys to play with!
Kids under 12 eat for free every Wednesday.
Swim, play, eat – the perfect outing!
The Gardener’s Cottage
Perfect for a lazy brunch and known for their sumptuous eggs benedict.
‘Driving’ the big wooden tractor is the best!
It's a relaxed food stop right by one of the world’s most famous beaches.
For a treat, the chocolate pizza – with Nutella, banana and ice cream – is super special.
It's the ultimate pub experience, dating back to 1852.
Children adore having their very own toilets, right at the edge of the play area.
The Red Herring
It's a great place to grab a bite or have a sundowner after a day on the beach.
There is lots of space to safely roam around, and the friendly waiters love kids!
Two Oceans Restaurant
The view is priceless!
Riding on the cable train up to the lighthouse is not to be missed!
The coffee shop has lovely views onto the yacht harbour and Table Mountain.
You can spot seals basking in the sun on the wooden jetty right outside.
The craft beer, wine and gin tastings are great fun ... if you don’t have to drive.
Kids love the chocolate and ice cream tastings!
It's one of Cape Town’s very few beach restaurants.
Children like playing in the soft, white sand, right around the tables.
It’s a relaxed English country-side feel in a stunning setting.
The wonderful rolling gardens invite to a safe game of hide-and-seek.
The Company’s Garden
It’s a lovely and tranquil setting under beautiful old trees.
Getting a spot on the massive woven dreamcatcher swing is heaven!
The eatery has nice indoor and outdoor seating options.
Kids love getting a cute pretty apron when making pizzas.
There is craft beer on tap and a good selection of wines.
The horse-drawn cart rides on weekends are a real winner.
The restaurant is love for its stunning view of Robben Island and relaxed beach vibes.
Climbing onto the old fishing boat on the lawn invites to many imaginary adventures.
96 Winery Road
It's wholesome food cooked with care.
The children’s dishes are served in a fun picnic box.
There are free (and clean) shower blocks for those who stop off after a ride.
he home-baked cakes are delicious!
The Eatery Wood Fired Grill
It's friendly, laid-back and offers good value for money.
The Oreo-flavoured milkshake with a cookie on top to lick and dunk is a winner.
The owners mostly buy from local suppliers, use free range where possible and recycle.
The meatball pasta is lip-smacking good!