Seven Colours Eatery: A Celebration of Traditional South African Cuisine

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Seven Colours Eatery

If you’re looking for a restaurant that celebrates the rich diversity of traditional South African food, look at least Seven Colours Eatery. Located in the V&A Food Market, this eatery specializes in home-style plates that are as colorful as flavourful.

Experience Authentic South African Meals

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, Seven Colours Eatery is a must-visit destination for everyone who loves spicy, hearty, and authentic South African meals. The restaurant’s name comes from Xhosa culture, where a “seven colors” plate consists of nutrient-rich, strikingly hued food, such as bright-red beetroot and yellow-colored rice.

Must-Try Menu Items

The menu is full of fantastic options, but some of the must-try items include:

  • Vetkoek with mince and chakalaka
  • Umlqeqwa (road-runner chicken)
  • Mogodu (some of the best trips in Cape Town!)
  • Seven Colour Plate with staple grains like umngqusho (samp with sugar beans), fino (maize meal with chopped spinach, cabbage, and potatoes), and amazimba (sorghum)
  • Tshisanyama plate (braaied meat in a special BBQ basting sauce, with roosterkoek and a mix of salads)

Cozy and Family-Friendly Atmosphere

The atmosphere at Seven Colours Eatery is cozy and family-friendly, perfect for a quick, juicy, and filling meal. The staff is super friendly, and the service is excellent. You can also enjoy vegetarian options, and the restaurant identifies as women-owned.

Location and Contact Information

Seven Colours Eatery is located on the upstairs level of the V&A Food Market. The opening hours are from Monday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm. You can make a reservation by calling 083 729 7816 or by sending an email to


In conclusion, if you want to experience authentic and spicy South African cuisine, Seven Colours Eatery is the place to be. With its colorful plates of goodness and welcoming atmosphere, this restaurant is a hidden gem you want to take advantage of.

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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