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That’s what writer Frank Bruni had to say about the Mother City’s dining experience in a New York Times Travel article, “In Cape Town, anything goes, and usually goes together”.
That’s Cape Town, a cosmopolitan mélange that still includes its own uniquely South African identity (itself also a mix – of ethnicities and influences; Portuguese, Dutch, Malay, to name a few) with original local dishes.
Deciding where to dine in Cape Town is no picnic. And we don’t believe in average. Life is too short for average. No, that’s incorrect. Life is long. Very long. And even longer without great food and wine. If the average human lives approximately 25,000 days in their lifetime, they’ll have at least 75,000 meals. Not counting dessert and snacks.
To ensure that every meal is more than just boilerplate, read this year’s definitive foodie awards – the Rhino Africa Top 5’s List – now in its third year. It features the very best restaurants and bars in the city and surrounding Winelands. Some contenders remain in the running from last year, while others have been booted and replaced.
Tell us your favourites and read what our Hornygrazer had to say about the winners in each of the 10 categories below:
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Think we missed something? Let us know below. And be sure to consult this list the next time you’re looking for somewhere to wine and dine in Cape Town. Contact us to find out more about this city and start planning your own tailor-made trip here!Read our blog for Cape Town’s Top Vegetarian Restaurants.
Think we missed something? Let us know below. And be sure to consult this list the next time you’re looking for somewhere to wine and dine in Cape Town. Contact us to find out more about this city and start planning your own tailor-made trip here!
Read our blog for Cape Town’s Top Vegetarian Restaurants.
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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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What a gorgeous list! Kind of like a dining bucket list 🙂
@rhinoafrica comprehensive list 🙂
vegan?? or rhino meat???
@1000xafrika En deze! – de meest trendy hotspots van #Kaapstad anno nu: http://t.co/S0Ddz6J0um
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