16 "Gluten-Free Options" restaurants in Cape Town.
The Foodbarn Deli is a Noordhoek farm shop with a perfect selection of sundowner snacks.
Babylonstoren is part farm, part lush grounds, part vineyard, and a must-visit on any trip to Stellenbosch.
Constantia Glen is the best place to drink wine in the Constantia Wine Valley and is home to the best charcuterie board this side of the equator.
Mojo Market is a market mainstay in Sea Point with live music and a lively crowd - and it’s good for big groups.
Oranjezicht City Farm Market at Granger Bay is the best food market in town and the one weekend event you should never miss.
Unframed is the best ice cream on the continent and with plenty of vegan flavors in addition to classics.
Nourish’d is basically a restaurant in a treehouse on Upper Kloof that serves incredible smoothie bowls.
The Poke Co is the best fast-casual restaurant in the city serving high-quality poke bowls.
The Raptor Room is where all the “cool kids” hang out, and is also the perfect place to try some typical South African food in District Six.
Harvest Cafe has delicious coffee and Bo-Kaap’s best real estate for when you’re wandering around town and need a quick break.
The Stranger’s Club is an indoor/outdoor bungalow located in Green Point serving healthy breakfast and lunch food,
Jason Bakery is basically a bread haven, and the classic Cape Town breakfast move.
Between Us is a picturesque, perfectly-located Bree Street cafe that is equally great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Seabreeze Fish and Shell is the best seafood spot where you can find both incredible fish and some serious “Cape Town vibes.”
Neighborgoods Market at The Old Biscuit Mill is a way to experience the best of artsy, entrepreneurial Woodstock in one weekend afternoon.