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Great thin based pizza . Well cooked. Gluten free options available that were excellent Great friendly service.
Dizzys been around for years as they know food and service. No frills no fuss place.
Also ordered take out often from them.
Date of visit: January 2022
CedricCapeTown, General Manager at Dizzys Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for the kind review. We thank you for supporting us through the past two years and we will be serving your favourite pizza for years to come.
Dizzy's is off the waterfront strip in Camps Bay. They are known for their pizzas and they did not disappoint. The pizzas are extremely thin crust. You can order a traditional crust or a special low carb mix, which is a bit more expensive, but...a good option if you are avoiding carbs. My partner and I had one of each. We both were very pleased with our pizzas. There is a wide selection of toppings and they provide a chopped garlic sauce and hot chili pepper sauce to add to the pizza. They normally have cocktails, but during COVID there is only beer and wine. The beer selection, however, was good. I had an IPA which I enjoyed. The wait staff was very friendly and attentive. We got good seats outside as we got there pretty early, but the place started to fill up quickly, so you might want to come a bit early if you want to dine in. They also do takeaway.More
Date of visit: April 2021
CedricCapeTown, General Manager at Dizzys Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 14 April 2021
Thank you very much for the kind review. We look forward to hosting you again in the near future. With a cocktail in hand watching the sunset.
We were in Camp’s Bay for a week in February and Dizzy’s quickly became our favourite establishment in the area. The staff were so friendly and good humoured. They never got irritated by the constant stream of people coming in looking for The Codfather which...is situated next door with very poor signage. The atmosphere is one of easy laid back hospitality. We would sometimes sit inside in the back bar which felt like a traditional English pub or, on hotter evenings we’d sit at an outside table and watch the world go by. We had some of their delicious pizza baked in a proper pizza oven when we were peckish. It was just the place we gravitated towards most evenings for a night cap where we always felt welcome.More
Date of visit: February 2020
CedricCapeTown, General Manager at Dizzys Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2020
Thank you very much for the kind review. We are glad that you found a home away from home during your holiday, and that we could play a small part in making your trip a memorable one. We look forward to hosting you again in...More
The staff and service is great for a cheep beer in camps bay. The food is good too. If you’re looking for an informal meal.
We were disappointed to see that they have sold off half their bar. It’s lost that local bar feel from...home. But they seem to be busier for it. A good place to go all round if you’re in the area and not wanting to pay over the odds for camps bay.More
Date of visit: February 2020
CedricCapeTown, General Manager at Dizzys Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 11 February 2020
Thank you for the review and honest opinion. Being in the same spot for 22 years your business has to change, and unfortunately the bigger bar got the cut. We still are however the home away from, come as you are local :-) Looking forward...More
We were just looking for somewhere easy to eat before the beach. I thiught that would be super easy but everywhere along the beachfront looked like a massive tourist trap with people waving menus out the front. This place was fine but expensive for what...you get. Would not go back or redomend. Worth noting renovations were happening at the time so maybe the kitchen was under more strain than usuallMore
Date of visit: October 2019
CedricCapeTown, Manager at Dizzys Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 8 November 2019
Good day, thank you for the review. We are finalising our renovations and that has unfortunately put a bit of strain on our kitchen and pizza section. The reno will be done in a week. We pride in serving good quality food and apologise if...More