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Signal Restaurant Review
Housed in Cape Town's gorgeous Cape Grace Hotel, newly opened Signal Restaurant caters to all guests with its accommodating hours and a menu featuring both international and "Cape" cuisine. Reflecting the area's multiculturalism, Signal's kitchen blends Malay and Indian-influenced Cape cuisine with numerous French, Asian, and English options. Classics like the mouthwatering slow-cooked Karoo lamb shoulder and divine passion-fruit gratin flout conventional wisdom regarding cuisine at large hotels. Aged yellowwood furniture, crisp white linens, and handcrafted chandeliers create a warm and understated elegance. Breakfast in the light-filled conservatory is worthwhile, even if you're not sleeping over. In keeping with Cape Grace standards, service is impeccable.
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