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Miss it and miss out: Taste of Cape Town 2011

Tantalise your taste buds in May at the Taste of Cape Town 2011.

07 Apr 2011

The Pick n Pay Taste of Cape Town in association with Orbit Sugarfree Chewing Gum makes its way back to the Mother City in May 2011 and is jam-packed with more flavour experiences than ever before, promising to take visitors’ taste buds on a trip of discovery like no other. 

Happening from the 5th – 8th May at the Green Point Cricket Club, this year’s festival is set to rival all others.

Fourteen of Cape Town’s top restaurants will join together to serve their fabulous, trend-setting signature dishes that have made them so popular with foodies, critics and basically anyone who appreciates good food.  The impressive list of participating restaurants includes; Bistro 1682, Pierneef a La Motte, Societi Bistro, Signal, Planet Restaurant, Fyndraai, Gold and Nobu - to name just a few –  guaranteeing that there will be something sensational  on offer to appeal to every palate and taste.

Other features at the Festival include The Grolsch Beer Academy, The Pick n’ Pay Fresh Living Chef’s Theatre, The Eat In Small Producers Market and The Pick n Pay Wine Experience.

Tickets are priced from R70 and booking is recommended.  For more information and bookings visit or

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How, when, where? Festival times:
Thursday 5th May: 18h30- 22h30
Friday 6th May: 18h30- 22h30
Saturday 7th May: 13h00- 17h00; 18h30- 22h30
Sunday 8th May: 12h00- 17h00
Tickets are limited and booking is recommended, so don’t delay – for further information and bookings visit  or

Standard tickets cost R70 (including a Taste wine glass)

Premium Tickets cost R160 (which includes R100’s worth of Festival Crowns and a Taste wine glass)

Taste Club House tickets cost R750 (which includes R200’s worth of Festival Crowns, a Taste wine glass, a complimentary premium bar and a fabulous Taste of Cape Town gift).

Taste of Cape Town Festival Crowns:
Crowns are the Festivals’ official “currency”, which can be purchased at the festival from vendors walking around the festival grounds.  Visitors use these Crowns to purchase sample dishes and drinks from the various exhibiting restaurants, bars and exhibitors.  Each Crown is worth R5.  Change is offered in Crowns only.

2011 Participating restaurants:
Bistro Sixteen82 at Steenberg; Fyndraai Restaurant in the Solms -Delta; Gold Restaurant; Il Leone Mastroantonio; Savour Restaurant at 15 on Orange Hotel , Nobu Cape Town, Planet Restaurant at the Mount Nelson; Signal at Cape Grace; Pierneef á La Motte and The Taj Cape Town, Societi Bistro, Simply Asia, Wang Thai, Jordan Restaurant with George Jardine.

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