Book a Cape Town Culinary Tour that takes you deep into the soul of the city, with insights into the diversity, heritage and taste sensations of this world-class city. Finding somewhere to enjoy your meals is half the fun of a stay in Cape Town self-catering accommodation. You’ll find a feast for mind and body on one of these excursions.
Old Meets New – From the Bo-Kaap to the V&A
This group tour is ideal for those who like to spend time with like-minded enthusiasts. There are plenty of goodies to sample along the way and a wealth of local input to be gleaned.
Your day starts with a cup of the good stuff at Origin Coffee Roastery where you’ll find out about the rise of coffee culture in Cape Town and get a taste of why it’s taken off.
Next, join the locals at La Petite Tarte
No trip to Cape Town is complete without delving into the mysteries of seafood. You’ll get it all at Beluga in The Foundry.
Craft beer is another up-and-coming fascination among Cape Town folk. Get in on the action at Café Extrablatt. Uniquely, you can try a non-alcoholic version of this popular local drink too.
See the farm-to-butchery system at work on a visit to The Butcher Man where made to order is the order of the day. Think biltong, braai and good times.
Your final port-of-call is the V&A Waterfront, where you’ll learn about the history of Breakwater Lodge, meander in the food market at the Watershed and indulge in a rooibos tea tasting. Wind up the proceedings at Mondiall Kitchen & Bar with local cheeses, port and homemade cheesecake.
Book your Place at the Table
You can book your Cape Town Food Tour any day from 11am to 2:30pm for an awesome start to your culinary adventures during your self-catering stay in Cape Town. With the introductions out of the way, you’ll find yourself well-equipped to discover the wealth of mouth-watering dishes to try in and around the Mother City.
Book your Cape Town rentals now and set your foodie fantasies free.