South Africa offer visitors many opportunities to immerse themselves into the countries culture and meet the locals.
Bo-Kaap is one of the most photographed areas of Cape Town with its colourful houses. A must-do is a traditional Cape Malay meal at one of the restaurants or a quick Cape Malay cooking course with one of the expert locals. Recipes date back centuries and are a spicy mix of Middle Eastern and Dutch styles of cooking, usually consisting of fruit, spices, vegetables and meat.
Johannesburg and Cape Town both have a Saturday market called Neighbourgoods, where visitors can enjoy a variety of cuisines and beverages as they soak up the South African sunshine and listen to live street music. There are also a number of handcraft stores for visitors to browse and purchase from.
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- The Test Kitchen in Cape Town is the 22nd best restaurant in the world. It used to have a 6-month waitlist but bookings can be made on line now reducing the pre-book time. For clients that want a gourmet dining experience suggest they pre book to avoid disappointment. An 8 course tasting menu with wine will cost around £60 per person.
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