• Cape Town is known as the culinary capital of South Africa. The city is home to almost every type of cuisine imaginable and is a true foodie’s paradise.


    From fine dining to more casual establishments, we’re spoilt for choice with the endless supply of restaurants dotted around the Mother City offering us Capetonians a taste of the rest of the world without leaving home.

    Nothing says soul food quite like the cooking of America’s Deep South. Southern-style cuisine is arguably one of the most comforting types of cuisine you’ll find.

    Picture: Louise & Anna Blouberg
    Picture: Louise & Anna Blouberg

    Louise & Anna bring southern cooking to Cape Town with its Louisiana-inspired creole dishes. A hearty menu as true to the Deep South as its unrivalled hospitality. You’ll find lip-smacking dishes such as shrimp and grits, gumbo, jambalaya, a seafood boil and banoffee pie, among others. Maple syrup is encouraged and goes on almost everything.

    Picture: Chicken waffles – Louise & Anna Blouberg

    The homely ambience and design of the restaurant are true reflections of southern culture. A dining experience for the whole family to enjoy.

    Picture: Louise & Anna Blouberg

    Louise & Anna opened its doors in August last year in the lovely Eden on the Bay beachfront area in Bloubergstrand.

    • Location: Shop 16A, Eden on the Bay, Otto du Plessis Dr, Big Bay

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    Written by Adrienne Bredeveldt for Cape {town} Etc.

    Feature image: Louise & Anna Blouberg