The brasserie is named after the Khoisan word for Cape Town, offers diners a relaxing and sensory experience while overlooking the busy, working harbour inside the scenic V&A Waterfront. Camissa also includes a separate wine bar and wine tasting room and an elegant private dining space for those special occasions.

Our Executive Chef, Jocelyn Myers-Adams has pulled out all the stops with her locally inspired and sourced menu. The focus is on a holistic approach to food, using the finest, freshest ingredients sourced from local farmers. Food is presented in beautifully simple dishes where home-grown flavours shine and we cannot wait for you to taste it for yourself.

At Camissa we invite you to indulge in mouth-watering dishes like: Willow creek olive, fennel and lemon tapenade with cornbread crisps; Rooibos tea smoked Franschhoek trout with watercress, radish, celeriac and apple, hibiscus vinaigrette and Oscar lager braised Karan beef short rib with parsnip puree, local porcinis and rainbow asparagus.

Complementing the menu is a wine list that captures the very essence of the Cape and its Winelands regions. The extensive list of local wines will find favour with all tastes, ranging from full-bodied mature wines to lighter, more youthful ones, from established to small niche local wineries.

Camissa offers a gourmet experience that takes local flavour to a new level of excellence.

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Directions to Camissa
The Table Bay Hotel
6, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Breakwater Boulevard
Cape Town
021 406 5000

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