Lunch at Harbour House

For my birthday last week I  had my heart set on having a leisurely lunch somewhere with a fantastic sea view, so I headed out to Harbour House restaurant in Kalk Bay.

The first thing that you notice when you walk upstairs and enter Harbour House is the mesmerizing views. The big windows and location make it a perfect place to just sit and stare out at the ocean for hours, while you enjoy a tasty meal (you can pretty much see the ocean from anywhere you sit)

So much pretty

 While the amazing view is definitely one of my favourite things about this restaurant, I also love the decor. The overall look is very light, simple and elegant. I could totally handle having my home decorated in all white with pops of blue and red.

The stunning decor

Since the restaurant is located right next to the Kalk Bay harbour, there are also loads of interesting things to have a look at like: the fresh caught fish, seals playing in the harbour, fishing boats and even some art (below)

 Some paintings being sold outside the restaurant

Overall I had a wonderful afternoon, eating and chatting to some family and friends (so much so, that I forgot to take photos of us. oops)

I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking to have a meal in a beautiful setting. (note: The food is a little on the pricey side, but it's definitely somewhere to go more for the experience than your budget)

 To make a booking or to have a look at their menu, visit their website HERE

 * All the above photos by me *


  1. Ooh, me like a lot! What a stylish and sophisticated-looking restaurant, in a stunning location!

  2. I've just seen your piccies through Toni, and she's very jealous as I'VE BEEN THERE!!!! Beautiful place and amazing food, lovely memories indeed :)

  3. absolutely beautiful! i would love to have dinner there... one day :) xx

  4. Ohhh I need to go there, only been to polana downstairs!

  5. Added to my must visit list! Perfect for a date! X

  6. Gorgeous - makes me miss Cape Town alot!!


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