In boujee cities like Cape Town, obviously my favorite thing to do is go to brunch. There are plenty of more comprehensive guides like Matt's, talking about the amazing hiking trails and best places for sunrise/sunset.
I love the drive along Chapman's Peak ( quite a short drive, but the view is unbeatable!) and get to Cape Point (each person is $20 entry ticket). If you get to Cape Point, the restaurant there Two Oceans is very very good. It might look quite touristy, but the seafood is very yummy.
These are just absolute must go places for food (but after you get your butt out of bed for a sunrise Lion's Head climb):
At the instagrammable Guilio's with hearty breakfast, get the Nona's sandwich. Jason's is the the best on Saturday mornings-- the one Bree is original but get there early to grab a seat. V&A Food Market is touristy but has some really good take-home's from ostrich biltong to chili chocolate. The best biltong is from the Butcher Man in Green Point. The pumpkin pancakes at the Schekter's Raw are the least healthy on the menu but to die for. Hope over to Woodstock for the quaint and homey lunch at Kitchen.
- Pot luck: Test Kitchen's Luke's more causal dining restaurant. We went to this one. Super yummy and the vibes are great!
- La Colombe: no.2 ranked. hope you can get a reservation!
- Foxcroft: Absolutely love this relatively new restaurant. very popular. so yummy. great price. Also in one of my favorite areas Constantia.
- Greenhouse: Beautiful glass house, fine dining at such a reasonable price, top 5 in the city. Creative and delicious food, bring your taste bud to the next level
- Babel, just go google about this place. Insanely beautiful, and the restaurant there is just delicious, all organic, farm-to-table type
- Boschendal, one of the oldest winery, you have to go. So beautiful, wine tasting, buy some ham, eat their burger, cheese, and just relax
- Groot Constantia, famous, touristy, a lot of Chinese go, in many tour books, but nothing impressive compared to the other wineries we went