Our foodie walking tour starts at the World Famous Truth coffee shop. Based around a vintage coffee roaster, the store has a distinct Steampunk edge and is a feast for the senses.
From here we explore the streets of the East City precinct formerly the Fringe of District 6, where you will learn about the colourful history of Cape Town. Today it is a trendy area full of amazing eateries and dive bars.
Next we find ourselves sampling some traditional Cape Malay treats on The Grand Parade taking in the space where Nelson Mandela made his famous speech when he was released from prison in 1990.
Making our way through downtown we visit the bright and colourful artisanal market stalls tasting some South African delicacies along the way. For the brave we try 7 different exotic meats at a biltong tasting.
Long Street is our next destination where we sit down with locals to try an African staple, best enjoyed with your fingers!
From here we head off to the Company’s Gardens to sample a South African twist on a British favourite and explore the oldest fruit and vegetable Garden in South Africa.
Next Up: Bobotie- a South African classic of curried mince baked with a layer of egg custard served with all the trimmings.
What better way to end off the day than with an ice cream tasting in the heart of the City on Bree Street surrounded by the best bars you can find in Cape Town.