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).

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.
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.

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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