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by Matthew Karsten,
ExpertVagabond.com

 

South African Food

There are a wide variety of foods available in South Africa, from indigenous Khoisan, Xhosa and Zulu foods, to spicy Indian cuisine brought over with thousands of Indian workers in the 19th century, to plenty of colonial Afrikaans dishes, too. You’ll find something delicious for all tastes and budgets.

At the high end, there are many 5-star restaurants to get any hardcore foodie excited, such as Le Quartier Francais. Included in many top 50 and top 10 lists for restaurants around the world, the restaurant’s multi-course meals will please your taste buds as well as your eyes. One bite of its beetroot sponge with cucumber-dill granita and yogurt will have you longing for more.

At the low end, bunny chow is found in many South African towns with a strong Indian population. It’s a spicy meat or vegetable curry served in a bowl made from a white bread loaf. A great late-night snack to satisfy your hunger. READ MORE

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