Experience Cape Town like a local and eat, drink, and explore the city through your taste buds. This walking food tour of 4 – 5 hours includes all food and drinks consumed at 8 stops in central Cape Town and the Bo-Kaap. During this tour you’ll get to walk the intercity streets and discover its rich cultural history, traditional and modern-day food culture and learn about where to eat and drink during your stay in Cape Town. Many of the food stops are curated specifically for us and you’ll get to meet some of the passionate purveyors who will explain the origin and preparation of dishes. Food stops may vary but will include stops for the famous Cape Malay koeksusters and samoosas, a visit to an artisanal bakery, a chocolatier, an art gallery serving local African flavours, and many more. Some of the stops include alcoholic beverages such as beer, gin and boutique South African wine. Walking food tours are considered ideal opportunities to orientate first time visitors to a city and show repeat visitors some of the hidden gems they would not have discovered before. Join us to show you Cape Town’s history, culture and food, oh and come hungry!
Tasting portions of food Vegetarians consuming dairy can be accommodated on this tour. Vegan diets can be accommodated in a…
Wine tasting, local beer Soft drinks and water can also be provided
On this walking tour we will cover a distance of about 3.5kms on a circular route around the city. The walk is suitable for most fitness levels and is not considered to be strenuous. You will meet passionate owners with strong values in service and satisfaction. I will also introduce you to authentic flavour and give you a window into the modern day Capetonians pallet.
18歳以上の方8名まで参加できます。 Important: Please notify me in advance of any allergies or specific dietary requirements for each guest. Please note gluten allergies are challenging to accommodate.
A great way for first-time visitors to orientate themselves in the city.Avoid the tourist traps and get to experience Cape Town with a local guide, and of course, Eat Like a Local!