Bardelli’s on Kloof

New to the famous Kloof Street in Cape Town is the Italian restaurant Bardelli’s; quickly becoming the newest best place to have a delicious pizza amongst friendly staff and a good atmosphere. Before you think “Another Italian restaurant in Cape Town?” hold that thought, Bardelli’s is more than welcome to stay as they truly give the rest of Cape Town’s restaurant’s a run for their money.

Bardelli’s offers you the best handcrafted pizzas on their comprehensive Italian menu which also contains traditional Italian starters, fresh salads with calamari and fillet options, a wide range of mouth-watering homemade Italian pastas and some traditional and local South African desserts. It’s truly the Italian food-lover’s new favourite restaurant with the freshest ingredients and generous help of pizza toppings.

You’ll find Bardelli’s at 18 Kloof Street Gardens in the old Rosenhof House Estate which is one of the original homes in Cape Town dating back to the early 1700’s. Keeping with the Estate-feel each room in the restaurant has its own look and feel- you are sure to find your perfect spot. Before Bardelli’s made Kloof Street their new home they were cooking fine Italian cuisine since 1992; and today they are taking their amazing dishes to the streets of the city of Cape Town.

Today you can grab a table on the balcony overlooking the street and the beautiful Table Mountain. The restaurant is perfect for those chilly winter days with a fire place in the one room and equally great for lazy summer days in Cape Town with a courtyard at the back which is also a smoking area. The courtyard and different rooms in the house are perfect to book out for various events. There’s a small bar and deli in the centre of the restaurant which is perfect for people popping in for a drink.

When you’re lazy and in need to spend the night on the couch, Bardelli’s will deliver their delicious food to your doorstep. Bookings at Bardelli’s are essential; especially if you want your favourite spot in the restaurant.

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