One of the most important things to do when you are traveling is to stay nourished. You’ve got to put something on your stomach in order for you to stay energetic. With so many sites to travel to, there is a big chance that you’ll get real hungry. In South Africa, there are countless restaurants and pubs that will satisfy your cravings and hunger. Among the many places where you can find some of the best restaurants and diners while you travel and explore the parks, namely, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban.
Let us go to our first stop, Johanessburg
Johanessburg brings you a lot of options with your dining experience. Since, the town is packed with a variety of restaurants which caters different brands of cuisine. African, Asian, European, Italian you name it. Johannessburg is known too for its famous steakhouses and seafood restaurants. Go to Wombles if you want to try their Steaks and Fishmonger and Ocean baskets for their seafood. But, if you want to try the others, here are some restaurants which you can find in Johanessburg: Rand Club, Randlords, DW eleven-13, 500 restaurant, Sophia Town bar, The Orbit, Katzy’s,Little Adi’s, Moyo and the Radium Berhall.
After all the eating with the different cuisines in Johannesburg, let us taste the Cape Malay Cuisine of the Cape Town. It is known for its fine dining restaurants with matching view of the sea. There are also restaurants that offers a wide variety of food choices. Though the cuisine in Cape town is less diverse compared to Johannesburg, still, Cape Town is one of the best and perhaps the easiest place to catch some good fine-dining experience.
Eating out in Durban can give you a good experience too. Durban also houses different cuisines, perfect for food enthusiasts. There are plenty of eateries you can find, try going along the Florida road where you can find the famous 9th avenue Bistro, Butcher Boys classic steakhouse, Delfi, famous for serving greek delicacies and a few.
If you are in for some unique dining experience with matching fantastic views, head to the Roma revolving restaurant, where it gives you an overlooking view of the harbour.