If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Cape Town. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Cape Town and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Cape Town.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some amazing food events in Cape Town.
Cape Town is a celebrated food destination for foodie travellers from around the globe. The country’s and city’s diverse history with colonisers influences and local customs and traditions has resulted in a wide range of food experiences in Cape Town. Cape Town is the place for anyone looking for something different or unique in food. Cape Town food is one of the top reasons to visit Cape Town.
South African cuisine is a fusion of French, Dutch, British and Cape Malay cooking. For the taste of local cuisine, one should go to Mama Africa and Bo-Kaap Kombuis. Bo-Kaap is also famous for Cooking classes cape Town to learn the Cape Malay cooking style and the culture. To enjoy street food in Cape Town, Bree and Kloof streets are famous. To try artisanal food, one can go to the Old Biscuit Mill, the V&A Food market and the Hout Bay Market. To enjoy seafood in a rustic buffet on a beach one can go to the Strandloper restaurant near Langebaan. Mexican food in Cape Town is also very famous in the city. Best places to enjoy Mexican food are El Burro, Fat Cactus, Viva Mexican Kitchen &Bar, Zapata, and Pancho’s. Food trucks in Cape Town are famous for their fusion of flavours and dishes from across the globe. Some of the famous food trucks in Cape Town are Limoncello, Cafeteria Guerilla Gastronomica, Lotus Food truck, and Earthfire Pizza.
Cape Town is full of beautiful wine estates, where one can go for wine tasting. Wine Tasting in Cape Town is not all about wine but includes the scenic, tranquil natural beauty of the wine estates with fascinating architectures. Wine tasting in Cape Town is an experience. Beau Constantia has amazing Constantia valley views from its glass buildings. Its comfortable outside area makes it an atmospheric estate to visit in any season. Vergelegen is one of the oldest wine estates of Capetown. Its wine is regular award winners and they have wine tastings with outdoor picnics. Must visit for its beautiful manicured gardens and camphor forests. One can taste some of the Cape’s best wines at Waterkloof. They have wine tastings every day and it is also famous for its incredible architecture and dramatic views. Some of the other wine estates worth mentioning are Klein Constantia, Uva Mira, Hidden Valley Wines, Jordan, Tokara, Delaire-Graaf, and Warwick.
Cape Town has many annual events/ festivals for its food and drinks. Cape Town Festival of Beer has over 200 brews of beer from over 60 brewers. This three-day festival has food and a lot of other entertainments like music, DJs and dance for the visitors' enjoyment. The annual Street Food Festival is a ten-day event with stalls and kiosks different types of street food from the country. South African Cheese festivals have cheese lovers from all over the world come to Capetown to enjoy numerous varieties of cheese. Apart from gourmet cheese, there is food, music, wine tastings, etc. too. Other prominent food and drink festivals in Cape Town are Whiskey live Festival, Wacky Wine Festival, Food Trucks Friday, Franschhoek Bastille Festival, Franschhoek Uncorked Festival, and TOPS at SPAR Bierfest festivals.
For all the hoggers who are in hunt for appetizing food, we have you covered with some fantastic food and drinks events that satiate your heart.
Find some of the places for Food Festivals In Cape Town and food-drink events below: