Taj Cape Town welcomes guests to the vibrant heart of one of the world's most scenic and desirable cities, Cape Town.
Taj Cape Town is a combination of rich history and elegant contemporary architecture. Originally home to the South African Reserve Bank and Temple Chambers, later the Board of Executors (BOE), it successfully combines the heritage of the old with the luxury of the new.
If you had to sum up Taj Cape Town’s contemporary Mint restaurant in a word it would be choice.
There’s the decision about where to sit. It could be people-watching under the trees on St George’s Mall or watching the chefs in the show kitchen. Alternatively there’s the option of a private dinner on the mezzanine level.
The choice extends to the menu, which is flexible rather than overwhelming. It’s a classic menu featuring seafood, meat and poultry grills. The clever twist is that starters can be ordered as mains and vice versa.
The wine list is an eclectic collection of stunning South African wines, which carefully complement the menu and which an independent panel selected from nearly 900 options. A cocktail list offers timeless favourites as well as non-alcoholic options.
Coming into Cape Town on the N1 / N2 continue unto Buitengracht Street and continue up towards the mountain. At the crossing with Wale Street, turn left into Wale Street. We are on the corner with Adderley as the road bends.