Cape Town is fast becoming a world-class food destination and continues to receive international accolades and awards

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Cape Town is a melting pot of people and cultures and the city’s diverse heritage can be explored through its historical architecture and colourful cuisine. Get started here… SAN Although the San people were the original inhabitants of South Africa, they were systematically marginalised and eradicated by a series of colonisers. Sadly, not much of their rich heritage remains. However,…

Earlier in 2016, Conde Nast Traveler named Cape Town the best food city in the world in its Readers’ Choice Awards survey. One of the perks of being in South Africa’s culinary capital is that there is always something new. Check out these great new spots… The Shortmarket Club Devotees of The Test Kitchen and The Pot Luck Club probably…

The coffee culture is strong in Cape Town with shops lining the corners and main strips across the city, calling on java connoisseurs to sample their latest brews. From little nooks in the CBD to seaside meeting places in Simonstown, check out some of our local coffee shops with character. DELUXE COFFEEWORKS Deluxe Coffeeworks makes the list for so many…

You’ve seen our list of 50 restaurants to try and we received such great feedback on that one that we simply had to make a list out of all the local recommendations. Here you go – 50 restaurants to try as recommended by locals. LEMON BUTTA Although its speciality is seafood – and is regarded by many as one of…

As winter brushes her blue cheeks across Capetonian skies, come and discover how people have weaved their lives through the tip of Africa, as you encounter both the uncommon and marvellous, from flames of restaurant fireplaces to dancing leaves in the Winelands, from the intricate tastes of coffee in art galleries to the smells of the great Atlantic crashing against…

placeSouthern Suburbs

Traditional cooking meets a modern setting at Bihari Indian Restaurant. Indulge in luxurious and flavour-packed North Indian cuisine, prepared in traditional tandoor ovens on hot open coals for that authentic Indian bite, as well as a bit of a culinary show.

You don’t need to be a guest at the Garden Court Mossel Bay to start your morning with a hearty full English breakfast at the Blue Hibiscus Restaurant. The restaurant is open from 07h00 to 10h00, where it serves guests on a beautiful sun-dappled verandah overlooking the ocean.

placeCity Bowl

Moments away from the CBD and a quick 15-minute drive from the airport, Garden Court Nelson Mandela's Harbour View Restaurant serves as the ideal location for locals and travellers alike seeking a delightful, contemporary dining experience.

placeCity Bowl

With a subtle influence of Cape Malay cuisine, Peach Tree stands as a true taste of upmarket Cape Town cooking. It’s found in the style and sophistication of the Cullinan Hotel, an iconic landmark in the Foreshore of the Mother City.

In a setting of modern elegance and sophisticated style, Riempies Restaurant aims to encapsulate the splendour of the Mother City in its fresh seafood offerings and prime, top quality cuts of meat. There is also an influence of Cape Malay cuisine, adding an authentic Cape Town flavour to the experience.

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