-By Odette Mascarenhas
Multifaceted, multicuisine, multinational, multidemographic - Cape Town Cafe in a nutshell is a restaurant, a sports bar, a club serving Goan, Indian, Mediterranean and Continental. It is for the young, the hep, the foodie and the clubbie. David de Souza (of Tito and Mambo fame) has added one more feather to his cap. The lower section is large airy with huge screens all over the place - it is a hub for those who want to sit down and chill. The huge screens scattered around the place showcase football, tennis, cricket which could interest the viewer. Nibble on snacks and tit bits or move on to something more substantial that the chefs have worked on. When the pangs of hunger begin to nibble at your midriff section, move on upstairs to the seating area which gives the cafe a distinct touch of elegance. White Banquet seating with each table having its own TV screen. Lamb Chops or steaks dwell on the 'conti' fervour, or if imbibing in the flavour of Goa is a must, then the Prawn Samarache Kodi or the Prawn Curry Rice is a sure recommendation. If it is a multifaceted fusion then the Goan Sausage Pizza would add 'pizzazz' to the evening. But that is not all; it is after all the swinging 21st century. Move back into the inner recesses of the cafe and let your hair down. The tempo of the latest tracks of hip-hop and house will add zest to the evening. It does not matter if you are hep or need to be pepped. The DJs have the right mix for you. And remember this is an all night affair. Season or off season there is always a reason to create a hub for a club and a pub. Enter Cape Town Cafe.
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