Where to Eat in Western Cape, South Africa

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South Africa is rich with culture, history, beauty, and of course, food. From tender lamb dishes to rustic and hearty plates of fish or pork belly; these can all be found from places as cosmopolitan as Cape Town to wine farm restaurants in the beautiful Stellenbosch.

Complimentary sweets
Life Grand Cafe

With the help of the team from Visit South Africa India, TRAVELIFE Magazine team discovers the best of what Western Cape, South Africa has to offer.

Comfort Food

Life Grand Cafe is at the heart of V&A Waterfront, a bustling hub of shops, entertainment facilities, and restaurants. Life Grand Cafe’s casual ambiance is perfect for get-together with friends and family. Their food philosophy: use the freshest and highest-quality ingredients and prepare simply. It is comfort food in elevated form.

Biltong Sirloin with roasted vegetables and a mushroom sauce
Life Grand Cafe

Dramatic Views

Postcard Cafe is the restaurant of Stark-Condé Wines in Stellenbosch. The verdant and sprawling slopes of Jonkershoek Valley makes for a beautiful background as you enjoy their dishes. After the wine tastings at Stark-Condé, stop for lunch at the restaurant and enjoy the views.

Pan fried kingklip with potato wedges
Postcard Cafe

The crème de la crème

The Lanzerac Wine Estate is known for many things. It is one of the oldest heritage farms in South Africa; it is the first to create and bottle the Pinotage; and it continues to receive recognition for award-winning wines.

Wine tasting of the Pinotage
Lanzerac Wine Estate

It’s to be expected then that Lanzerac Wine Estate’s hotel and four dining outlets are equally as inimitable and luxurious. But the TRAVELIFE Magazine team realized that it actually exceeds expectations.

Cured and slow cooked pork belly with goats cheese, potato puree, pickled apple, and spiced crackling
Lanzerac Wine Estate

Each dining outlet has something to offer. Go to Lanzerac Deli for breads and pastries; take a gastronomic adventure for dinner at Manor Kitchen for classical dishes with a twist; enjoy homegrown food from locally sourced produce at the gourmet pub-style Taphuis; or relax in Craven Lounge and try one of the many local or international spirits on offer.

Special thanks to South Africa Tourism. Read more about South Africa at www.travelifemagazine.com.


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