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Like mushrooms after heavy rain, new restaurants and bars seem to pop up out of nowhere and in frenzied batches in Cape Town throughout the year. Some last, some wither. Here are the ones we think have passed muster. This is… Rhino Africa’s TOP 5 Cape Eateries & Bars for 2011!
It’s an Insider’s Guide compiled by the obsessive foodies and winos that fill our offices with the smells of fresh coffee and warm muffins from local cafés in the morning and leftovers and takeaways from down-the-road restaurants.
Consult our list the next time you’re heading out for after-work drinks and any-time-of-day meals, whether it’s mountains, ocean or vineyards you wish to overlook; or steak, seafood or coffee you’re after… We’ve linked some of the spots to our Horny Grazer reviews so click the links for a taste of more. Make sure you comment and let us know whether you would add or remove anything – we want to know your favourites!
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Tamlin has been exploring, writing about and photographing Africa ever since her first job as a photojournalist for Getaway Magazine. She's lived on an island, eaten with lions, sailed catamarans in the Indian Ocean, tracked wild dogs with Kinglsey Holgate, and white water rafted down the Zambezi and has kept just about every airplane ticket that has crossed her hands.
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awesome compilation ! now I’m hungry …
for sushi, try the chef special at Sawadee. nom nom delicious !
Arnold’s does a great value breakfast on Kloof Street…
Great thanks for this – I’ll be trying some of these out in December!
In fact – after reading my tummy is rumbling already!
The Sidewalk Cafe is currently running a great special to celebrate their 2nd birthday! Great deals on meals! Get there fast!
At first I thought it would just be 5 in total, but … surprise … what a great format to list that many places in useful categories – well done! I’m a keen follower of food blogs and love to use them in combination with my own experiences to inform recommendations to my touring clients, and I’m sure yours will prove useful too!
A new bucket list for the holiday season, thanks …
That’s great news Craig – thanks for your feedback. You might like to keep an eye on our Horny Grazer restaurant reviews too: http://www.rhinoafrica.com/blog/category/horny-grazer/
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