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March 11, 2013

Top 5 delectable places to eat in tasty Cape Town: an Instagram essay

Photogenic and delicious... Allison Foat shares her Top 5 Delectable Places to Eat at in Tasty Cape Town, including the trendy Loading Bay in De Waterkant.

I love seeking out the best food and drink in tasty Cape Town, and then letting fellow foodies know when I find it. It can be anything from haute cuisine or a plate of salad at a deli to a craft beer, a glass of wine or a cup of coffee. If it's great, I'll Instagram it immediately it and show it off to my followers.

I'm very proud of what's available to us in the Mother City. There's no end to the number of outstanding offerings, and once you've tasted excellence there's no turning back.

These are just a few of my top delectable places to eat in Cape Town:

Loading Bay

Poached eggs with basil pesto on rye is a "must try" breakfast dish at Loading Bay on Hudson Street in De Waterkant, a most picturesque part of the Mother City. The coffee by Espresso Lab Microroasters is also excellent. Loading Bay is open Monday to Saturday.
Contact: +27 (0)21 425 6320
Twitter: @LoadingBaySA

Tamboers Winkel

Try Tamboers Winkel on the corner of De Lorentz and Kloof Street in Tamboerskloof for lunch. Chef Karen Arends' chicken pie in phyllo pastry, with a chickpea side salad with basil pesto, is a tasty choice. Tamboers Winkel, open seven days a week, is a stylish deli that feels like home away from home. Free WiFi is available for patrons.

Contact: +27 (0)21 424 0521
Twitter: @TamboersWinkel

Harbour House

Harbour House in Kalk Bay, like its sister restaurant in the V&A Waterfront, serves outstanding seafood (the freshest of fish!) in a superb setting flanked by the blue waters of the sprawling bay and the working harbour. It’s a wonderful choice for either lunch and dinner.

Harbour House is a member of the Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (SASSI), an organisation dedicated to creating a sustainable seafood industry. Harbour House is open seven days a week from noon.

Contact: +27 (0)21 788 4133
Twitter: @taste_kalkbay

Pot Luck Club

Chef Luke Dale-Roberts has opened the Pot Luck Club at the top of the Old Biscuit Mill in trendy Woodstock. The exquisite food – small plates of "fusion and classically influenced dishes" – is surpassed only by the 360-degree views of the Mother City.

The Pot Luck Club is open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner, and on Sundays for brunch.

Contact: +27 (0)21 447 0804
Twitter: @PotLuckClubCT

MYOG

Eat as much as you like at MYOG (103 Kloof Street, Tamboerskloof) because there's a fat-free option … yoghurt ice cream at its best! Add as many toppings as you like during happy hour every day between 19h00 and 20h00. Free WiFi is available, too.

Twitter: @MYOG_SA

Allison Foat is a publicist in the entertainment industry and the founder and owner of DIVA PR. An Instagram addict, Allison is inspired by Cape Town’s beauty on a daily basis. Visit  www.capetowndiva.blogspot.com for more of her tasty adventures and follow @AllisonFoat on Twitter
 

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