Thursday, August 19, 2010

South African Restuarants

Going even further back in time, I have yet to document 3 very good meals from the guys trip to South Africa for the World Cup in June. This will mostly be a photo diary since all the places were very tasty (or I wouldn't write about them), and being in South Africa, I doubt many readers will get a chance to try them personally (though I highly recommend a trip to SA)

Our first place was LM in Plett.  It was recommended to us by a local for good Mozambique food (think seafood).
PHOTOS HERE

The second good meal was in the wine country of Stellenbosch outside of Cape Town. Once again we were directed (always a good move) to a restaurant on a winery called 96 Winery Road. We ate a fabulous 7 course meal with wine pairings (for only ~$50) with a main dish of "Hollandse" Pepper Fillet. It's definitely one of the better meals I've had in a while.
PHOTOS HERE
Video of Flambeed Fillet
 
The final restaurant to highlight is Wakame in Cape Town. Recommended by family and guide books, it was James and my final meal in country. It's a great waterfront view serving fresh and tasty sushi and Japanese fare.
PHOTOS HERE

Finally, here are the rest of the photos I took that have no real meaning. Some look and taste good, others did not. That's all I have from our trip to South Africa in the food department. In addition to a wonderful country with great thrills and views, there is also good food and drink.

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