Patrons are spoilt for choice as the menu offers a broad range of food from traditionally cooked curries to grills. We have become well known for our delicious mutton bunny chows and our iconic chops-chutney but we are also renowned for grilled seafood.
Today the hotel has a contingent of 74 well-groomed staff to cater for the diverse needs of our clients. The Capscium restaurant, which has undergone three major refurbishments since its establishment in 2001, is now a popular venue for our locals, seasonal tourists mainly from Gauteng and Cape Town and ex-pats from abroad. Our patrons are spoilt for choice as the menu offers a broad range of food from traditionally cooked curries to grills. We have become well known for our delicious mutton bunny chows and our iconic chops-chutney but we are also renowned for grilled seafood! Much of the popularity of the Capscium is attributed to the accolades received from food critics, TV coverage in shows such as Espresso and write-ups in in-flight magazines of national airlines. We also featured in Braai Master, a TV show that focused on the recipe of our exotic crab curry.
The restaurant is particularly very busy during the school vacations and long weekends, a time when tourists from Gauteng flock to Durban. Visiting the Capscium is a ritual for these holiday makers. Management is constantly striving to improve existing products prepared in our kitchen no matter how popular they are. The menu is revised twice a year. New exciting products are added and some products are taken off. There is a broad range of vegetarian cuisine in the menu and our red meat is halaal. The kitchen also provides room service for our patrons who want to enjoy our food within the confines of the privacy of our rooms.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday – 7.00am to 20.30
Wednesday to Saturday – 7.00am to 21.30