Camps Bay’s trendy and buzzing Victoria Road is a paradise for party animals, beachgoers and foodies. And now both locals and tourists can enjoy an eclectic mix of flavours at its newest resident, The 41.
The brainchild of Frenchmen Gilles Blanc and Nicholas Da Costa, two stalwarts of the hospitality industry, The 41 is a restaurant and bar that serves simple food – with a touch of the exotic – cooked up by internationally renowned chef Aristotle Ragavelas.
On the menu? Juicy burgers served between squid-ink buns, salads consisting of Cape Malay-spiced vegetables and oak-smoked chicken, and numerous seafood dishes that complement The 41’s panorama of Camps Bay Beach, best enjoyed from the restaurant’s terrace.
With breakfast served six days a week as well as live music and an eye-catching water feature at its bar, The 41 promises diversity, elegance and culinary surprises on every visit.
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