No views, but who gives a jot: you're here for the culinary fireworks. Luke Dale Roberts' experimental gourmandery is nothing short of visionary. Global-riffing plates are showcased on a multisensory journey that leads you to a different room for each course. Worth the accolades.
A long and winding road takes you to this enchanting glass box secreted inside the verdant grounds of Cellars-Hohenort Hotel. Peter Tempelhoff and Ashley Moss' delectable tasting menu marries Euro and indigenous African flaves via native ingreds.
Relaxed, nostalgic ode to old-Cape yesteryear situ'd on SA's oldest wine-producing estate. Perch fireside in winter, or bag an outdoor table beneath the ancient oaks in warmer climes – the views of the valley, vineyards and beyond are breathtaking.
It's worth booking weeks (or months) ahead for the Gallic-Asian wizardry and enviable hilltop situ at this chic culinary all-star. Scot Kirton and James Gaag forage for fresh ingreds on the surrounding farmland, 'nuff said.
The heritage frontage is a nod to Cape Town's history, but inside is lively, Italiana a-go-go at this three-in-one foodie emporium. Graze on trad eats at G/F Locanda; take preprandials at buzzy cocktailer Seta (1/F), and Pierino Penati (3/F) is belissimo for Michy-influenced fine dinery.