Unless you're a resounding foodie, forget the expensive dinner set menu here and aim to linger for lunch instead. Even if you only order a burger (beautifully presented, incidentally, with thick-cut potato wedges), you're still perfectly positioned to soak up one of the most impressive vantage points in Cape Town. The Roundhouse and The  Rumbullion feel tucked away in a forest, but they overlook all of Camps Bay, with the Atlantic stretching in one direction and the Twelve Apostles mountain range in another. By day, this is a relaxed lunch venue (there’s breakfast, too, on the weekends), with seating beneath the pomegranate trees, and chickens clucking around a partially wild garden. Pizzas are prepared in the late afternoon and early evening, timed right to enjoy with sunset; the house also puts together tapas hampers (you get to choose your own ingredients with a tick-box menu), sandwiches with breads from the bakery, and (over weekends) plates with free-range rotisserie chicken. At night, things move indoors to The Roundhouse, once a hunting retreat—built in 1786, and, as the name suggests, circular—stylishly designed with white tablecloths and wooden chairs for an achingly fine (and extremely pricey) culinary experience (for example, smoked venison, followed by East Coast crayfish, braised Karoo lamb neck, and finally a blueberry soufflé with buffalo yogurt sorbet).