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Taste of Cape Town 2010
|Posted by Marvin (admin) on Mar 13 2010|
|FoodBlogCT | Cape Town Restaurant Reviews & Specials >> FoodBlog|
Taste of Cape Town is back again in 2010! This fantastic festival will bring together Cape Town's most acclaimed restaurants and exhibitors to attract more than 20 000 food-loving Capetonians.
This year, Cape Town's most extravagant food festival will be held at Rhodes High School, Montreal Avenue in Mowbray.
The festival will be held from Wednesday the 24th up until Sunday the 28th of March. 19 of Cape Town's top restaurants and chefs will be serving up sample-sized dishes to Taste of Cape Town visitors.
Five of the featured restaurants participating in this year's festival have been crowned in the prestigious Eat Out Awards list of Top Ten Restaurants in South Africa. Taste of Cape Town is the culinary event of the year where the best food and drink in the country will be on offer. If you love eating out, this is an opportunity too good to miss.
Wednesday 24th March 2010: 18h30 - 22h30
Thursday 25th March 2010: 18h30 - 22h30
Friday 26th March 2010: 18h30 - 22h30
Saturday 27th March 2010: 13h00 - 17h00; 18h30 - 22h30
Sunday 28th March 2010: 12h00 - 17h00
There are only a limited number of tickets available so make your booking now at Computicket. Entrance is free for kids under 12.
R80 Standard – Entrance and free access to P'nP Fresh Living Chef's Theatre, Checkers Wine Route wine and cheese tastings, Grolsch Beer academy and various other gastro features at the Festival
R170 Premium – Including R100 worth of Taste of Cape Town CROWNS
CROWNS are the festival currency and can be bought along with festival tickets beforehand or on the day. Guests can use them to pay for sample dishes from restaurants or drinks from exhibitors and bars. Each Taste of Cape Town CROWN is worth R5 and prices range from 4 to 8 CROWNS per dish.
- Bistro Sixteen 82
- Il Leone
- The Cape Colony Restaurant
- Jardine Restaurant
- Maze by Gordon Ramsay
- Nobu - One & Only
- Signal at Cape Grace
- Reuben's - Franschhoek at the Robertson
- Reuben's - Restaurant and Bar
- le quatier francais
- Bread & Wine
- The Greenhouse
- Wang Thai
- Grande Provence
There is limited parking on the street, and parking on the school will cost 10 bucks.
Last changed: Mar 25 2010 at 9:45 PMBack
|What's up!?||By Unknown on Mar 15 2010 at 2:44 PM|
|def. gonna rock up there! looking forward to all the food.
shot for the info!