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Traditional South African food offers a tasty insight into the country’s many cultural influences. Try pap, morogo, boerewors and more in local restaurants and roadside cafes.
Wine lovers who visit our wine routes will discover an offering as diverse in taste and geography as the Rainbow Nation that produced it.
Wherever you go in South Africa, you are bound to find a restaurant that serves excellent meat dishes – whether it's a juicy steak, perfect oxtail stew or spicy lamb curry.
The Karoo cooking school runs scheduled cooking classes, and specialises in, but is definitely not limited to, regional, traditional Karoo cuisine.
South Africa’s most famous township has a meal to match any mood. Whether you are after super-sophisticated sundowners or simple street food, there is a plate with your name on it in Soweto.
One of the world’s most ancient beverages is being brewed in Johannesburg's Newtown. Tour the SAB World of Beer and discover how humble grains transform into liquid gold.
South Africans of Indian origin have developed a Diaspora Indian cuisine which is influenced by the ingredients and food culture of their fellow Africans.
In South Africa's urban centres you willl find restaurants that push the creative boundaries to surprise and delight their customers.
South Africa is famous for its wines, most of which come from the Cape Winelands in the Western Cape, which includes towns like Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Robertson.