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Eat Out

2020

Eat Out magazine is the definitive annual guide for where to eat well in South Africa, featuring top fine-dining destinations, neighbourhood gems and classic favourites. The 2018 magazine is the 20th edition of the guide and includes reviews of the Eat Out 500, which are the 500 best restaurants in the country as rated by Eat Out’s countrywide editorial panel of 48 critics, as well as details on the Top 10 as announced at the Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards.

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South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
New Media Publishing
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EDITOR IN CHIEF: FOOD Adelle Horler COMMISSIONING EDITOR Linda Scarborough HEAD OF CREATIVE Mark Serra ART DIRECTORMarcus Viljoen MANAGING EDITORLauren Josephs EAT OUT EDITORTessa Purdon ASSOCIATE EDITORNikita Buxtons COPY EDITOR Lindsay September COMMUNITY MANAGERKaty Rose PROOFREADER Lynda Ingham-Brown EDITORIAL INTERNS Aashiqah Adams, Bianca Jones, Robyn Brittow, Siziphiwe Nkqayana, Xabisa Mxokozel ADVERTISING DESIGNERMelandri van der Merwe GROUP ACCOUNT DIRECTORJeanine Boshoff BRAND & EVENTS MANAGERBianca Prins ADVERTISING AND MARKETING HEAD OF ADVERTISING AND SPONSORSHIP Werner Hayward +27 (0)21 417 1120 werner.hayward@newmedia.co.za KEY ACCOUNTS MANAGER Mandy Petim +27 (0)21 417 1183 mandy.petim@newmedia.co.za SALES EXECUTIVES Ryan Floris, Yolandi Heyneke CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Lucinda Fletcher PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGERShirley Quinlan REPRONew Media Repro PRINTED BYCTP Printers Cape Town EXECUTIVE TEAM MANAGING DIRECTORAileen Lamb COMMERCIAL DIRECTORMaria Tiganis BRAND STRATEGY DIRECTOR Andrew Nunneley CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERVenette Malone HEAD OF HRCamillah West CEO: MEDIA24Ishmet DavidsonPublished COVER PHOTOGRAPHER Jan Ras PRODUCTION AND FOOD STYLISTS Abigail Donnelly and Bianca Strydom PROPSGregory Czarnecki, The Restaurant at Waterkloof COVER TATTOO BakedInk, @baked_ink LOCATION 5/19 ON BREE…

2 min.
south africa’s best

Restaurant of the Year La Colombe No. 2 The Test Kitchen No. 3 The Restaurant at Waterkloof No. 4 Wolfgat No. 5 FYN Restaurant No. 6 La Petite Colombe No. 7 Eike No. 8 Salsify No. 9 Restaurant Mosaic at The Orient No. 10 Chefs Warehouse at Beau Constantia No. 11 Camphors at Vergelegen No. 12 Overture No. 13 LivingRoom at Summerhill Estate No. 14 Chefs Warehouse at Maison No. 15 Greenhouse at The Cellars-Hohenort No. 16 Le Coin Français No. 17 La Tête No. 18 The Shortmarket Club No. 19 Tjing Tjing Momiji No. 20 Rust en Vrede Eat Out S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna Chef of the Year Bertus Basson Eat Out Graham Beck Chefs’ Chef Award Ivor Jones, Chefs Warehouse at Beau Constantia Eat Out Nederburg Rising Star Katlego Mlambo, The Marabi Club Eat Out Retail Capital New Restaurant of the Year Jewell’s Eat Out Woolworths Sustainability Award Camphors at Vergelegen Eat Out VISI Style Award FYN Restaurant Eat Out Service Excellence Award The Test Kitchen Eat Out Wine Service Award Joseph Dhafana, La Colombe Eat Out John Psillos Award for Outstanding Contribution to…

6 min.
what’s cooking in 2020?

After decades as one of South Africa’s leading chefs, Margot Janse knows what it takes to run a kitchen; to source, train, create, reinvent and do it all again and again. So she’s uniquely skilled in her role as mentor and Eat Out Chief Judge to find South Africa’s best. But to narrow it down to 30 nominees, then a top 10 and finally the Restaurant of the Year, she must eat at close to a hundred restaurants… Along the way she spots the trends that are likely to carry over onto our plates in 2020. Here’s what’s cooking on the South African culinary landscape. “There were a lot more restaurants to eat at this year than last, with more falling into their first year of being eligible to be judged, and…

5 min.
restaurants to drive for…

Gauteng If you’re longing for a tasty foodie escape, the Magaliesberg offers a restorative retreat for those exhausted by the hustle and bustle of Gauteng. Less than an hour from Johannesburg and Pretoria are mountains, valleys, rivers, bushveld, birds and endless epicurean options. Not to mention fine dining at a Top 10 restaurant with one of the finest chefs in the world. So, what are you waiting for? Friday night Grab a half-day on Friday. You’re off the clock the moment the seatbelt buckle goes click. So what if you’ve only been in the car for 20 minutes? Stop for lunch at The Culinary Table Restaurant and Deli in Lanseria. Chef Daniela Gutstadt’s menu is one of the best examples of farm-to-fork cooking in Gauteng. Almost all her ingredients are free range and/or…

5 min.
kwazulu-natal midlands

A roadtrip from Durban to the Midlands Meander has enough to satisfy the pickiest foodie, starting with fresh seafood from the Indian Ocean to organic beef, KZN wines and local dairy from the foot of the Drakensburg Mountains. And it all comes served with scenic landscapes that will take your breath away. 9th Avenue Waterside The Midlands are tempting, but don’t leave Durban before you’ve seen 9th Avenue Bistro’s new locale on Durban’s Yacht Mole. Now known as 9th Avenue Waterside, it rivals any chic Mediterranean yacht club, and the food focus is now more on fresh seafood options to suit the setting. Gin-cured salmon with crème fraîche, homemade seed loaf, dill cucumber and trout roe is as pretty as a picture, while line fish, Thai-style prawns and seafood platters taste that…

5 min.
west coast

West Coast, best coast – that’s how the saying goes. Unsurprising, really, as this stretch of coastline is one of the most untouched and picturesque in the province. A 400km stretch is bordered by the icy Atlantic on the west and the hot and dry Swartland on the east While it’s long been a weekend getaway of choice for locals, the area was catapulted into the international spotlight when Paternoster chef Kobus van der Merwe’s small seaside eatery, Wolfgat, won Restaurant of the Year at the inaugural World Restaurant Awards 2019. Fast forward a few months later, and Time acknowledged the restaurant in its 100 Greatest Places in the World list. However, Wolfgat doesn’t stand alone when it comes to culinary delights and eateries worth exploring in this ever-developing district. Start here…. Day…