Cape Town Cuisine Route

“A Culinary Gateway to Cape Town”
Journalist Todd Pitock’s feature on the Cuisine Route in the New York Times

Duration: 4 hours (approx)

Afternoons, 1400 – 1800

– Sample Cape Malay and isiXhosa traditional foods
– Experience local food in the home of a local cook
– Taste local street food

– all food and non-alcoholic drinks

– discretionary tips
– hotel collections

Have you heard of snoek? Injeera? Koesusters? Daaltjies? Ulusu? Umngqusho?

These are just some of the foods we have in Cape Town.

With the incredible diversity of people in the city, you can imagine the kind of diversity of foods we have. So the Cuisine Route was designed to give guests the chance to explore the city through food. It’s a great lense.

On this half day experience you will sample the flavours and stories behind several of the different cultural foods of the city, from street food to chisa nyamas or hot meat bars to traditional home-cooked cuisine.

The tour generally includes food elements across a wide ambit of Cape Town, including the historic city, and townships such as Langa and Guguletu.


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