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Indulge in Culinary Marvels at Belly of the Beast and Galjoen: A Fusion of Gastronomy and Artistry in Cape Town

Step into the gastronomic wonderland curated by chefs Anouchka Horn and Neil Swart at Belly of the Beast. They are proud to offer an unconventional dining experience in their intimate 30-seater restaurant. No rigid menus or predetermined courses here—just trust them to dazzle your taste buds with their ever-changing seasonal delights.


Embracing a farm-to-table philosophy, they are committed to sourcing ingredients from local sustainable producers, utilizing every part of the animal to minimize waste. Brace yourself for dishes that push boundaries but fear not; the menu is thoughtfully balanced to cater to everyone’s palate.



The 30 seats ensure a personalized dining extravaganza, where they take care of everything from cooking to serving. Secure your spot by making an online reservation, and a small deposit ensures your culinary adventure awaits.


Lunch is served Tuesday to Saturday at 12:30 pm, priced at R650 per person. For a dinner experience like no other, join them Monday to Saturday at 6:45 pm for a tantalizing menu at R850 per person.


Now, let’s dive into the maritime delights of Galjoen, a South African seafood haven that prioritizes sustainability. They are on a mission to showcase the best our coastal waters have to offer. At Galjoen, sustainability isn’t just a buzzword; it’s a commitment to responsibly sourced seafood. If it’s not from South Africa, it won’t find its way onto their menu.



Switching gears, let’s appreciate the captivating artwork of Adele van Heerden. She doesn’t shy away from complexity, creating intricate pieces in ink and gouache on paper. Based in Cape Town, she weaves together elements of the natural world and human history, providing a visual feast for those who appreciate art with depth and nuance. Explore her work at 110 Harrington St, Cape Town City Centre.


In the realm of Belly of the Beast and Galjoen, culinary and artistic adventures converge, promising a sensory journey unlike any other in the heart of Cape Town.

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