Triple winner Restaurant of the Year and on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, this little joint in the upcoming Woodstock neighborhood is one of the hottest tables in Cape Town.
Celebrated local restaurant by Chef Margot Janse and winner of the 2014 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Award. Housed within the Le Quartier Français Inn and open for dinner with an extensive preset tasting menu.
A classic Cape Dutch farm with a manor house dating back to 1777. Organic country-style cooking and a perfect option for modern vegetarian cuisine in the Cape Winelands.
Build up an appetite after a morning out in the Cape of Good Hope and head out to the Harbour House set on a cliff, overlooking the Atlantic in one of Africa’s southernmost points. Fantastic seafood platters with a Cape Malay spin.
Housed in the original 1682 stables of the Company Gardens this contemporary Italian restaurant is not to be missed. Chef Nava recently won the World Pasta Championships in his home city of Parma amongst the globe’s high-level names in modern Italian cooking.
Located on the impressive terrace overlooking the valley at Delaire Graff estate, Indochine is a great stop for lunch for tapas and Asian influenced cuisine.
Farm to table cooking with authentic Cape Provençal recipes in an elegant setting at the La Motte wine estate. One of the wineland’s best restaurants and a terrific option for vegetarians.
A great stop for quick bites when wine tasting at the Steenberg winery, enjoy the countryside’s finest seasonal ingredients and a taste of classic South African cuisine with a bistro flair.
A true local neighborhood spot with gems such as The Pot Luck Club and The Test Kitchen for a trendy night out in Cape Town. Popular weekend market with craft beer and organic farm cuisine.
Ex-chef of Pierneef opens Foliage in Franschhoek: Situated a block before the famous Huguenot Monument. Foraged edible plants and mushrooms alongside free-range game meat are an essential part of the colorful, seasonal menu.
After working in 3-star Michelin spots in Paris, Chef Franck Dangereux moved to Cape Town, brought La Colombe to global fame, then stole away to a sleepy village en route to scenic Cape Point where he set up his lovely country style restaurant and deli with fusion Cape-French cooking.