Asoka Restaurant, Bar and Lounge: A Vibrant Venue for Food, Drinks, and Nightlife

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Asoka Restaurant, Bar and Lounge

Located in the bustling strip of Kloof Street, Asoka Restaurant, Bar, and Lounge is a top-rated restaurant that has been a fixture for over a decade. Set in a charming, revamped Victorian-era house, Asoka’s unique ambiance revolves around a 150-year-old, fairy-lit olive tree.

Eclectic Decor and Flavorful Cuisine at Asoka

Asoka’s eclectic décor provides the perfect backdrop for a night of exquisite food and drinks. The menu features an exciting blend of flavors worldwide, such as chili and garlic prawns, butter chicken curry, duck spring rolls, Asian beef tartare, wild mushroom and gorgonzola arancini, and truffled teriyaki beef fillet. The dessert selection is equally impressive, with tempting options, including malva pudding, salted caramel cheesecake, and chocolate fondant desserts.

Unmissable Specials and Live Music

Asoka is currently offering an unmissable three-course dinner special (R195), where diners can choose one option from a selection of three. The menu features Asian beef tartare, West Coast mussels, grilled ostrich fillet, and vegetarian butter curry.

In addition to the fantastic food, Asoka offers live music from some of Cape Town’s top musicians. On Tuesday nights, Mr. Keys and the Funky Munks perform a two-hour jazz set, followed by progressive house by January. On Friday and Saturday evenings, local DJs hit the decks, creating an unforgettable night of dancing and fun.

A Memorable Night Out at Asoka

Asoka Restaurant, Bar, and Lounge promise an evening of memorable food, drinks, and entertainment. The venue is also perfect for special occasions or romantic date nights. However, reviews mention that the service may not always be up to standard, so reservations are recommended, and it’s best to come with an open mind.

Contact Information for Asoka

  • Address: 68 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town
  • Phone: +27 21 422 0909
  • Website: Asoka
  • Working Time: Monday – Saturday, 6 pm – 2am (dependent on curfew)

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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