Discover the best top things to do in Tokai, South Africa including Earth Fair Food Market, Blue Route Mall, Tokai Forest, The Playstation Cafe, Wilderness Touring, Steenberg Golf Club, AuraEssence Soul Retreats, Caroline's Fine Wine Cellar, Winhall & de Stadler Jewellers.
Restaurants in Tokai
4.5 based on 34 reviews
We visit this market periodically when in the south. It is quite nice. Eclectic range of products and foods. Lovely Bedouin tent outside. A few observations: We love the German sausage on the fresh roll with sauerkraut and onion, the Dutch croquets and Swiss rozenkutchen, the pates. Many options. There is a gent there who sharpens knives and implements. Useful service and great results. Wine lovely. We don't like any of their craft beers. Why no SAB beers which are hallmarks of Cape Town is a mystery... ? - fresh flowers and veggies available. We had one huge disappointment when we bought a stew out of potjie. Rip off price at over R 90 for a modest portion. Only to find that it comprised 30% grissel and fat. Market open on Wed late afternoon and evenings. Live music (nice) Wednesdays - but far too loud. We would recommend this market to tourists and locals but be cautious when the indigent woman harasses you in the car park outside. She has stalked and harassed us on two occasions - demanding money while hurling political abuse at us all the way to our vehicle. A security official came to our rescue which we appreciated. All this took place under the gaze of the parking attendant. Parking attendants are everywhere in South Africa, such has been our experience. They add little value and generally want a gratuity.
4 based on 27 reviews
On a hot day an air conditioned mall was a lovely experience. The grocery store was very busy but as usual the friendly till staff helped us pack and take the shopping to the car.
The dress shop with imported clothing from China was kept us busy for an hour. I found the prices good compared to British ones reasonable.
4 based on 34 reviews
It gets pretty warm in this part of the world, so it's nice to be able to jog under the protection of a wooded area. The surface is a mix of gravel and sand. And in some areas you will get exposed to the sun (the woods only cover about half of the park in my estimate). Look out for fast bikers!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
WHAT IS THE PLAYSTATION? The PlayStation has been designed to provide a great experience to adults and children alike- offering activities for Ages 0-12 years old. The PlayStation aims to offer an environment for moms and dads to relax with a coffee and unwind, whilst the children experience the slides, high line rope course, 7m high climbing wall or explore the first of it's kind custom built maze…. and lots more.. Please note, we run Adventure Pass sessions that start on the hour, please book online and you will pay on arrival. Please arrive 20min before your booked session starts. The PlayStation Cafe staff will promote that parents take part and explore the park with their little ones. (Note: Weight limit on certain activities is 65kg's and Minimum Height of 1,2m to experience the wall climb). The PlayStation Cafe and Adventure park is aiming to create an environment that will take our children back to our childhood..
Excellent, wood crafted wonder world with slides, obstacle course and climbing wall for preschoolers up to age 12. Comfortable seats in eye-shot distance from the kids playing and great restaurant catering for everybody's needs. We stayed for two hours and the Price decreased for the...MoreGood day ChantalPelser Thank you for taking the time to review The PlayStation Cafe located in tokai and thank you for the 5 star rating. We glad you had fun and hope to see you soon. Thank you Jonathan Goosen
5 based on 6 reviews
We did the "Private Full Day Peninsula Tour". Our guides name was Suleiman. He was amazing! Dress for comfort & in walking shoes. Bring a camera, you don't want to miss anything. My favorite activity was visiting the Penguins. Suleiman was extremely pleasant & knowledgeable. When we got to the Cape of Good Hope there was a lot of confusion with other tourist about taking photographs, but Suleiman got everyone organized & made sure we got the perfect shot.
3.5 based on 46 reviews
Set in the heart of the tranquil Constantia Winelands and surrounded by the Silvermine mountain range lies Steenberg Golf Club voted the 2nd Best Golf Resort in the World by Conde Naste. Situated on the Steenberg Golf Estate, this 18-hole Peter Matkovich championship course is consistently regarded as one of the finest golf courses in Cape Town and South Africa.
Not withstanding the repairs being undertaken to several aprons and fairways (and in the current drought, I suspect they will take some time to recover), we really enjoyed our round of golf at Sternberg. In truth the GUR whilst extensive did not affect our play - possibly more luck than skill! - and the greens were in good condition with reasonable grass cover (but the speed seemed occasionally a bit variable). However, we were disappointed that on a couple of holes the green keeping continued apparently oblivious to the players. The layout makes for a good challenging resort course rather than a championship standard one, but with some interesting holes requiring thoughtful club selection and course management. The pace of play on the first 9 was really good and whilst the second nine slowed down, we still finished in respectable time. It is an easy walking course and we were very happy to walk round with no caddy, but my sense is that if buggies and caddies are required they are best booked in advance as they seem to be in limited supply. The locker room facilities are excellent whereas, even by golf club standards, there is quite a limited menu choice for eating. We look forward to playing the course again.
Our three healing studios are based from our urban sanctuary in the forested suburb of Tokai, Cape Town. From this dedicated space we facilitate healing processes, sacred teachings, massage body work and meditation classes.
Caroline's Fine Wine Cellar is a specialist wine retailer situated in central Tokai and central Cape Town. The company's two stores are owned and managed by Caroline Rillema, who has 30 years of experience in the wine industry. Her passion has taken her to the major wine regions of the world, and she applies her knowledge in selecting the finest imported and South African wines she can find.
Winhall & de Stadler Jewellers, Diamond Dealers, Gemmologists and Designer Goldsmiths have a pedigree of 6 De Beers Awards and a combined experience of over 60 years in the Jewellery industry. We have a history of supplying quality diamonds and jewellery that are sparkling in thousands of towns and cities in more than 85 countries worldwide.
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