The 41, a recently launched premium restaurant based on the Camps Bay strip, offers unsurpassed vistas across the white sandy beach and glistening ocean. With an extensive, multifaceted menu, the restaurant offers a diverse culinary experience. The chic, minimalist setting with dark hues and illustrious Mumm Champagne bar fountain creates an atmosphere of understated opulence.
French restaurateurs, hoteliers and owners of The 41, Gilles Blanc and partner Nicholas Da Costa, have fronted a number of eminent establishments across the globe from Singapore and Laos to Australia. “Cape Town emanates a relaxed and laid-back ambience, with exquisite scenic elements and a strong foodie culture” Explains owner, Gilles Blanc, “this inspired us to open our restaurant in Camps Bay – serving the freshest, finest quality local produce with an international flair.”
The 41 kitchen, spearheaded by Chef Aristotle, offers a carefully curated contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. Signature staples include seafood, sushi, burgers and pizzas. Three unique dishes are added to the menu each day offering guests with an adventurous palate a unique and creative dining experience. Boasting a hand-picked selection of wines to compliment the menu, 41 is also renowned for its bespoke cocktails designed by on-sight mixologist.
Chef Aristotle trained in the Michelin-Starred Restaurant Spondi in Athens, with acclaimed American Chef Ari Tsanaklidi; subsequently becoming Executive Chef at the Kivotos Club Hotel in Mykonos. After moving to South Africa Aristotle scooped up a number of Four and Five Star Wine Magazine awards, working in partnership with the likes of Anno Domini, as well as a Five Star rating whilst heading up the kitchen at Fork restaurant in Cape Town.
For bookings in advance, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 437 0558. To stay up-to-date with The 41’s upcoming events go to: https://www.facebook.com/The41Restaurant/.