A Foodie’s Guide to Cape Town

South Africa, Cape Town Guide (B): A Foodie’s Guide to Cape Town

I’d heard Cape Town was food lover’s paradise, but beyond the vague sense that it was going to be pretty bloody awesome, I didn’t have many expectations. After all, my whole plan had been to go to Bali up until about a month before booking the trip, at which point I suddenly did a complete about-turn because someone told me the wine there was rubbish and I should probably go to South Africa. I was sold. Cape Town came at the end of my trip (more about the Garden Route and Winelands in another post another time) and was quite honestly a grand foodie finale. By the time I arrived, I’d got far more restaurant tips from friends, followers and fellow bloggers than I could possibly stomach – so this is but a very scant selection of the full bounty Cape Town has to offer.

Do 10 seconds of research about where to eat in Cape Town and you’ll undoubtedly come across Chefs Warehouse. On the plus side, they don’t take reservations (which is an advantage in a country where every restaurant seems to get booked up weeks before you’ve even started thinking about booking your flights, let alone anything else). On the minus side, they close at 8 pm, which is too early in a holiday situation when you’re trying to fit in Table Mountain, Robben Island and several food markets before the sun goes down. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Foodie’s Guide to Cape Town
Guide Location: South Africa » Cape Town
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Chefs Warehouse   Charango   V&A Food Market   Kubu   Woodlands Eatery   Sidewalk Café   NeighbourFood Market   Old Biscuit Mill   Pot Luck Club   Codfather  
Author: Vicky Hampton
Read it on author's website: http://www.amsterdamfoodie.nl/2016/cape-town-best-restaurants/

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