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The Silo, Cape Town
Starting with decadent treats at our Royal Tea, and ending with a gastronomic performance by our Executive Chef at The Granary Café, our food landscape fulfils every dining desire, but if you’re here to tour the Cape Town food scene, let us recommend for you.
Royal Tea is served in The Granary Café on the sixth floor of The Silo Hotel. Enjoy a selection of petit gateaux and exquisite teatime treats and savoury delights showcasing our pastry chef’s masterful creations and offering a feast to family and friends.
Open to resident and non-resident guests, The Silo Hotel provides a picture-perfect setting in which to savour something delicious while catching up with the ones you love most.
Join us in The Granary Café in The Silo Hotel for our lazy Sunday Brunch. See out the weekend in the company of friends and family, complimented by live music entertainment, and an étagère of savoury snacks followed by an à la carte main menu and a few sweet treats courtesy of our resident pâtissier.
Our Sunday Brunch is the perfect excuse to indulge in the best of both worlds and caters to both breakfast and lunch lovers alike.
All day drinks and dining on the sixth floor
Every day of the week we serve cleverly crafted cocktails and contemporary cuisine in The Willaston Bar and The Granary Café. Come and unwind and enjoy our ever-evolving drinks list and seasonal menus put together by our innovative dining team led masterfully by Executive Chef, Veronica Canha-Hibbert.
Towering above the Cape’s picturesque Table Bay, the sixth floor of The Silo Hotel maximises views through its high pillowed-glass windows. Diners are invited to relax, settle in, and absorb the natural beauty of the surroundings while your taste buds explore the intuitively created menu.
Dinner in The Granary Café
Dinner in The Granary Café is about enjoying contemporary cuisine in an extraordinary space. This is The Silo Hotel’s flagship food experience that incorporates the kitchen crew’s remarkable true potential in the magnificent location of the sixth-floor restaurant.
Executive Chef, Veronica Canha-Hibbert, creates food that inherits this intriguing style and uses honest, whole ingredients in fascinating ways that showcase the diversity of food and cooking methodology.
The Silo Rooftop
The Silo Rooftop is ideal for a casual lunch or signature sunset cocktails with spectacular panoramic views of Cape Town from the tallest building in the V&A Waterfront. This dining experience is about relaxed, alfresco eating, conversations with friends, and celebrating the sunshine in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Sunny weather permitting, The Silo Rooftop is open every day and welcomes non-resident guests via reservation. Admire Table Mountain and let the sea air fill your lungs as you tuck into sharing platters and enjoy a glass of bubbly.
Private dining in The Wisdom Room
We cater for private dining groups of up to 22 people in our exclusive glass-fronted Wisdom Room, named after the last ship to ever take grain to Europe from the grain silo in 1995 – a nod to the hotel’s previous existence.
Friends, families, and colleagues celebrating milestones and special occasions can book an entirely private dining affair and enjoy the extraordinary culinary skills of our kitchen in a way that has been tailored for you.
Out and about: Cape Town’s best dining experiences
With so much to choose from and limited time to explore, our guests often ask for recommendations to guide their night on the town. Our team of expert concierges has compiled The Royal Portfolio’s list of Cape Town’s Top Bars & Restaurants for when you venture further afield and tuck into the magic of our Mother City’s food and wine scene.
Wine tasting in Cape Town is a summer holiday bucket-list item, and we encourage you to explore the historic working farms. The quality of these wines has attracted some of the world’s very talented chefs and restaurateurs, so there is a food scene en route that takes a wine tasting experience to the next level.
An easy 50-minute road journey from The Silo Hotel will take you to the quaint and historically preserved town of Franschhoek, “the gourmet and wine capital of South Africa”. Be sure to visit our sister hotel, La Residence, and enjoy the wines from our very own vineyards.
To book this experience, contact our dedicated Concierge Team: