Whether you prefer internationally recognisable culinary ‘names’ or a taste of local specialties and restaurants, Cape Town will leave you reeling with choice. Michelin-star chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa has opened a branch of Nobu restaurant at the One&Only Hotel. South African Chef of the Year (2012) Margot Janse, who runs The Tasting Room in the town of Franschhoek, regularly wins a spot on the Best Restaurants in the World listing.
Visit a wine estate and dine there as these estates pride themselves on their fine dining. Restaurants along Camps Bay beach are known for their excellent seafood platters. The V&A Waterfront has eateries ranging from seafood restaurants overlooking the water, to the best of local beef, shellfish and fine wines served in upmarket settings. If you have a refined palate, you’ve come to the right city. Cape Town quite deservedly prides itself on its fine dining facilities, variety of cuisines and excellent chefs.
Cape Town restaurants often make top international listings and feature award-winning menus and chefs. Eating or dining out in Cape Town is an experience that happily caters for the lobster and Champagne market.