Indulge in the Flavours of Cape Malay Cuisine at Cape Malay House

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Cape Malay House

Cape Malay House is a must-visit food stall located in the vibrant dockside district of the V&A Food Market in Cape Town. The booth is the latest project of chef-entrepreneur Ammaarah Petersen, a Top 5 halaal chef in Cape Town.

Authentic and Delicious Cape Malay Cuisine

Cape Malay cuisine is a unique blend of spices and flavors that epitomize Cape Town’s diversity and fusion of cultures. Cape Malay House offers a delicious and authentic taste of this signature cuisine. With various non-meat and halal options, vegetarians and Muslim customers can enjoy the food without worries.

Passionate Student Chefs and Impeccable Service at Cape Malay House

Guests can enjoy the high-energy atmosphere of the market while tucking into a roti packed with tasty ingredients prepared by friendly and passionate student chefs. The menu is reasonably priced, and the portion sizes are well-proportioned. Dishes such as masala steak baguette, butter chicken with basmati rice, Cape Malay curry Salome, and samoosas with various fillings, including cumin chicken and roasted butternut, are some of the must-tries. Chef Ammaarah’s passion for food shines through in every single one of her dishes.

Cape Malay House’s staff values their customers, and their passion for food is evident in their impeccable service. The stall’s bustling V&A Food Market location makes it an appropriately colorful and vibrant place for Ammaarah’s standout dishes.

Visit Cape Malay House for a Unique Cape Town Food Experience

For a unique Cape Town food experience, visit Cape Malay House. The flavors of which will take you on a journey of spices and deliciousness. You will meet Aamarah Petersen, a humble soul and a joyful personality who will be happy to talk to you about the rich food heritage and culture.

Contact Information for Cape Malay House

  • Address: Shop 28, V&A Food Market, The Old Power Station Building, Pier Head, 19 Dock Road
  • Phone number: 074 854 5649
  • Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm.

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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