Mediterranean 3-course dinner menu
Would you like to enjoy a culinary and affordable dinner during the Restaurant Week?
Anatoli Mediterranean Restaurant serves a mediterranean 3-course dinner menu during Restaurant Week.
Don't miss this chance to discover Anatoli Mediterranean Restaurant and try their delicious dinner menu for only R295.
Are there any dietary requirements? Please mention this on the reservation form so the restaurant can take this into account.
Restaurant Week Menu:
Smoked Trout Salad
With baby spinach, nodini, baby beets and sauce Vierge
Leek and feta ravioli with a courgette emulsion
Baby potatoes, crisp spicy sausage, salsa Verde
Harissa & Lime Grilled Chicken
With crisp coriander and garlic baby potatoes or salad
Sun-dried tomato polenta, vegetables, exotic mushroom & truffle jus
Corn and bean salsa, Romesco sauce
Pineapple and Coconut Pannacotta
With meringue and orange tuille
White Chocolate and Blueberry Fondant
And orange ice cream
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What 11 people say about Anatoli Mediterranean Restaurant
Such a great evening all staff were friendly and welcoming and very helpful.
Food was absolutely delicious and served so nicely by our waiter. Patchko I’m sorry not sure of the spelling. He was happy and kind such a pleasant change.
Decor was fascinating and beautiful.
What a wonderful evening spent at Anatoli. The food was great. I had the Octopus starter and lamb main. The lamb was so tender and a surprisingly filling portion. Our waiter was attentive and pleasant even though we asked him numerous questions. The belly dancer was a wonderful addition to the experience.
They said they did not receive our booking, and when I showed her the proof of the booking, the manager was not helpful at all, so we had to leave and look for food elsewhere. Her rudeness and approach to situation means we will not be returning.
Dessert (choc fondant) was my favourite course! The chicken main course was also really yummy.
About Anatoli Mediterranean Restaurant
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Turkish
Anatoli is one of Cape Town’s longest-established restaurants, but is receiving a rejuvenating makeover, with a transition to authentic Mediterranean foods, and introducing a new Vegan Tasting Menu. The kitchen is headed up by passionate Chef Jacques du Toit, a master at bringing out the best in his dishes, with a mix of Mediterranean spices. Chef Jacques is passionate about spices, his favorites being sumac, coriander, cumin, and cinnamon. He is a creative creator of unique dishes, and flavourful food.
Anatoli is an informal, homely, lively, long-established authentic Mediterranean restaurant serving generous portions of flavourful foods, including magic mezzes, aromatic main courses, and delicious desserts, all beautifully presented. On most Saturdays a belly dancer is in the house.
Anatoli serves a pre-Dinner Aperitif consisting of 4 Mezzes (Hummus, Ezme, Mixed olives, and Tzatziki), half a flatbread, and a glass of red or white wine, at R75, from 16h00 - 18h00. Dinner is served from 18h00. It currently offers three menu options: an À la Carte Menu, a Vegan Tasting Menu, and a special Restaurant Week Menu (1 April - 2 May).