Strolla Restaurant & Bar is a lot like the Sea Point Promenade it presides over – it’s elegantly casual, has great sea views and has something for everyone, whether you want to toast a cocktail on their refurbished Corona Sunset Deck, savour a morning coffee on the outside terrace or enjoy a plate of fresh fish and chips from their indoor restaurant.
Even the kids are catered for, with a dedicated area that lets them put on their own chef’s hat and apron on and make pizzas, all under trained supervision of course. It’s what Capetonians have come to expect from seasoned restaurateur Brendon Crew’s range of lekker local eateries.
Like the equally popular Prom, Strolla is a fuss-free zone. From the laid-back food to the casual dress code, this is one restaurant that embraces its cool seaside status. Shorts and slops are as welcome as kids and big groups.
It might be perched like a cheeky seagull on the edge of the Peninsula Hotel in the heart of Sea Point’s Platinum Mile, but the atmosphere is as refreshing as the sea breeze that pulls in for a quiet cocktail on their beautiful Corona Sunset Deck. You wouldn’t know from its relaxed vibe that it can actually seat up to 140 guests and even caters for weddings.