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Cape Dutch

Nestled off Cheshire Bridge road in the Morningside neighborhood, famed restauranteur Justin Anthony’s latest venture, Cape Dutch, takes a modern approach to South African cuisine. With Executive Chef Philippe Haddad at the helm, diners can expect dishes such as braised rabbit, lobster, seared sea bass, and the signature elk chop. Enjoy a fully immersive experience from start to finish. Ambiance and decor are on par with both the dinner menu and cocktail list which create a contemporary setting and approachable atmosphere. Perfect for happy hour, date night, or family gatherings; Cape Dutch has quickly made a lasting impression on the ever-growing Atlanta dining scene. Experience a taste of South Africa without the jet lag!

 

Highlights

Seared Sea bass

The dish begins with a  generous filet of perfectly seared and crisp sea bass atop a bed of creamy leek fondue. Sauced with vintage port wine reduction and a truffle vinaigrette, this cant-miss seafood dish is upscale, elegant, and pairs perfectly with a glass of red.

Braised Rabbit Leg

Once the rabbit leg is lightly browned, it is then slow braised in Belgian ale for several hours. This technique draws out all of the amazingly unique flavors of the meat. Drizzled with a grain-mustard sauce, the braised rabbit leg is served alongside roasted shallots, carrots, and spinach-whipped potatoes. Homey, hearty, and perfect for a winter date night!

Elk Chop

A signature menu item, Cape Dutch’s elk chop is simple, flavorful, and stunning. Cooked to perfection and cut to order; the game is served alongside spaghetti squash, sautéed oyster mushrooms, and a poached lady apple filled with a berry compote. Paired with the cocktail of your choice (or whatever the expert sommeliers recommend), this dish has quickly become one of our must-orders.