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19 Queen Victoria St., Cape Town, 8000, South Africa

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As old as Cape Town itself, this historic park dates back to the earliest European settlers in the 1650s. Back then, it was a farm that supplied fresh produce to the Dutch refreshment station established here. These days, it's home to a rose garden, fish pond, aviary, and statues of historic figures, including Cecil Rhodes (the founder of Rhodesia) and Jan Smuts (a prime minister). The most exciting news out of the park? The recent addition of the Company's Garden Restaurant by the Madame Zingara company, a local restaurant group beloved for its quirky spots.

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Company's Garden

As old as Cape Town itself, this historic park dates back to the earliest European settlers in the 1650s. Back then, it was a farm that supplied fresh produce to the Dutch refreshment station established here. These days, it's home to a rose garden, fish pond, aviary, and statues of historic figures, including Cecil Rhodes (the founder of Rhodesia) and Jan Smuts (a prime minister). The most exciting news out of the park? The recent addition of the Company's Garden Restaurant by the Madame Zingara company, a local restaurant group beloved for its quirky spots.