Phuket restaurant on the beautiful strip in Camps Bay offers a stunning view of the ocean and Palm trees from an elevated position one level above the street. Although situated in the centre of things in Camps Bay its location offers a charming space to take in all that the area has to offer, without actually being part of the hustle and bustle of the street below. This restaurant has a very open plan feel as it incorporates curved balcony areas with open sliding doors as well as some outside seating that literally looks over the sea. The restaurant lends itself well to small group events or family celebrations, due to its layout or alternatively to intimate meals for couples or families. Phuket is a very popular choice for cocktails and sun downers in the early evenings as well as over the weekends.
The welcoming hands-on owner Monica and her friendly husband are always around to make guests feel at home, as is the custom in Thailand, and this extends to the waitrons on duty who seem to always go the extra mile. The
interior boasts high ceilings with wooden beams, curved bench seat areas with comfortable padded seating throughout as well as additional cushions and dark wood tables. As is common in Thailand the interior decor boasts a multitude of bright, warm colours and some Thai art as well as a built-in fish tank in one of the walls.
The delightful menu features a very wide selection of delicious and affordable Thai dishes. The starters feature a platter, various tempura items and spring rolls including salmon spring rolls. There are also eight different soup options available in mild, medium or hot. Each soup can be ordered with a choice of prawn, beef, chicken or vegetables and sometimes seafood. The stir fries once again include the options of prawn, beef, chicken or vegetables as well as seafood with each menu item. There are wok fried noodle options as well as Singapore noodles, rice and egg noodles. Thai fried rice, egg fried rice and steamed rice are available on their own or with prawn, chicken, beef or vegetables. The sushi platters and plates are all beautifully presented and affordably priced ranging from R32 to around R70. The menu prices average at about R50 for starters, R75 for soups and between R80 and R130 for noodles and stir fries.
Apart from the popular cocktail menu there is an extensive wine list and a selection of desserts at Phuket restaurant.
Travel Cape Town City Centre, head northwest on Nelson Mandela Boulevard/N1/N2 toward Walter Sisulu Avenue. Continue onto Buitengracht Street/M62, follow the M62 for 5.3 km Turn right onto Geneva Drive and merge onto Camps Bay Drive/M62. Turn right onto Victoria Road/M6, Phuket Restaurant will be on the right at the Promenade Building.
-33° 57' 10.55''
18° 22' 39.23''
Shop 105 Promenade Building
Monday - Sunday:
11:00 - 22:00 (up to 23:00)