This brasserie, known for its local fare, is named after the Khoisan word for Cape Town, and it offers diners a chance to have a lovely meal while overlooking the working harbour and the Table Mountain. The name originally means “The Place of Sweet Waters,” and this eatery links the city’s past and its cultural heritage in a feast of flavours. At Camissa, Executive Chef Jocelyn Myers-Adams invokes the memories of the diverse cuisine (locally inspired and sourced) brought to South Africa by the early settlers. Partake in a private wine tasting in Camissa’s tasting room, or enjoy semi-private dining for a special occasion. Ideal for a business lunch – remember to order a bottle of Camissa’s signature wine. The focus is on a holistic approach to food, using only the finest, freshest ingredients. The food is presented in beautifully simple dishes which allow the home-grown flavours to shine.