Inspired by its seaside location, Sotano’s menu enjoys a distinctly Mediterranean influence
Opened in 2012 by the Caveau group, Sotano has fast become popular with the summer sundowner set. Its light and breezy ocean-side atmosphere, Mediterranean styled menu plus clear view of the Mouille Point Lighthouse and Atlantic beyond, makes Sotano a venue that’s hard to beat. And like all things truly Capetonian, Sotano is part style icon, part chameleon as it shifts its mood to cater for each season and urban style.
Served in relaxed style
Inspired by its seaside location, Sotano’s menu enjoys a distinctly Mediterranean influence. Its range of uncomplicated well-made dishes includes breakfasts, tapas, flat breads & dips, desserts and kiddies meals. Not forgetting delicious mains such as Spanish paella or slow-cooked Tuscan lamb and bean soup. And of course, every Wednesday, Sotano serves up its popular 2 for 1 Lamb Burger Special from 5pm. Where R90 gets you two burgers made from free range mince topped with a tower of homemade tazatziki, hummus, avocado, lettuce and tomato, which is served open-faced on a freshly baked slice of rosemary focaccia.
Savour liquid treasures
You’ll never run dry at Sotano thanks to their extensive selection of craft beers, cocktails and a well-curated wine menu that presents a good mix of boutique wineries and more established farms, including over 40 labels available for enjoyment by the glass. It’s a menu that does justice to the restaurant whose very name means “cellar” in Spanish. And for those who’d prefer to take it easy, we have a wide variety of soft drinks and creative mocktails available.