10 of the best places to eat in Cape Town, South Africa

November 3, 2016

The spectacular port city’s collision of cultures and flavours has sparked a riotous cuisine of barbecued meats, diverse seafood, and intriguing vegetarian possibilities. But where best to try it?

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This seething weekend market at the Old Biscuit Mill in the heart of the Woodstock neighbourhood is a must for any street food lover. The problem is deciding what not to order from the 100-odd stalls. It’s difficult to resist the mushroom kebabs from Funki Fungi, farm-fresh raw veggies at SaladLover, or chef Shayn Schutte’s smoky beef brisket at the newest stand, Pulled & Roasted. By lunchtime, the lanes between the foodstalls are totally crammed. Everyone sits together on long communal tables, entertained by live music, and while traders sell a host of artisan ales and organic Cape wines, it is difficult to beat a lethal chipotle bloody mary.
• Mains R50-70 (£3-4), Old Biscuit Mill, 373 Albert Road, neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za/cape-town

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