South African Food

Discover just a taste of the many different types of delicious foods you can enjoy in South Africa.

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

Photo By: Matthew Karsten

This is squid and prawn --a dish on the menu at Delaire Graff Estate’s Indochine Restaurant-- made with saffron tapioca pearls, chorizo, oven-dried peppers and fine beans.

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Make sure you try the beetroot sponge with cucumber-dill granita and yogurt at Le Quartier Francais in Franschhoek.

Stick bread is cooked over a fire and eaten with butter and syrup at St. Lucia’s Umlilo Lodge.

At Mar Hermanus, the restaurant serves perlemoen potjiekos, an abalone, whitefish, tomato stew.

Yummy! There’s nothing like delicious fresh honeycomb for breakfast at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Durban.

Green apple cloud is made with apple sorbet, almond cake and crumbs, at Cape Town’s Azure Restaurant.

Springbok carpaccio is a type of antelope served at Moyo Restaurant in Durban.

Try this Mozambique platter with a whole chicken and 12 prawns at Braza in St. Lucia.

The Delaire Graff Estate’s Indochine Restaurant serves this tasty rabbit terrine with pickled carrots, verjuice, mustard fritters and celeriac remoulade.

This is traditional braai --with steak, Sausage, and mealie pap-- served at Umlilo Lodge in St. Lucia.

Anyone interested in fresh oysters with fish eggs at the Views’ restaurant in Wilderness, South Africa.

Beef mince samosas is one of the many delicious items on the menu at Moyo Restaurant in Durban.

Taste the ostrich tataki with shimeji mushrooms and artichoke at Signal Restaurant in Cape Town.

Here’s the succulent josper-grilled chalmar beef served at the Azure Restaurant in Cape Town.

The Oriental, a restaurant in Durban, serves bunny chow, a lamb curry in a bread-loaf bowl.

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