Food tours in Cape Town Central

Top Food Tours in Cape Town Central, South Africa

Food Tours in Cape Town Central

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  • Peter L
    19 contributions
    If you love wine, you have probably realized that most of the best wines come from smaller wineries. The challenge is to find those wineries and get inside for a tasting of their best wines.

    Your problem is solved. My wife and I took this private tour in May 2019, and found ourselves escorted by a level four sommelier to his favorite wineries in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. He is not always be the driver, but he has curated the list of wineries to include his favorites, and he is educating four more drivers to meet demand. We took a different tour the day before, which stopped at the touristy wineries with massive productions, and we were disappointed in the wines. Not this time! Despite luggage concerns, we had to bring home 6 bottles of these excellent wines. (The wine arrived safely).

    I highly recommend this tour.
    Written 22 May 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Amy H
    London, UK35 contributions
    Last March I was introduced to Chris and Kreef Tours on a work trip to Cape Town and needed help on two fronts – firstly finding a good academic partner to take us through an informal settlement to understand the impact of urbanisation and innovation, and secondly to relax for a half day with good wine, sun and fun after a hard week’s work. Chris knocked it outta the park on both fronts! So, on this current work trip, where we had to cram all our meetings into about 48 hours, we gave Chris a simpler wish list for our one day off – wine, prawns and beach. Chris didn’t just deliver; he created a day we will never forget!!

    We started with a yummy breakfast and Prosecco at Peregrine Farm Stall to fortify ourselves before we were off to the first winery – Oak Valley Estate, Elgin Valley. A magical place, where I could slowly sip the Stone & Steel Riesling all day and listen to the old Elgin railway still chugging through the vineyards.

    After a dreamy stop at Oneiric Winery, we were then off to lunch… and the highlight of the day. This is where Chris took our request for prawns to heart!

    At the Hangklip Hotel in Pringle Bay, we were surprised with a private prawn-fest of epic proportions prepared by non-other than the famous Chef Renette Vosloo and her partner Emile, who I now refer to as The Prawn Whisperers. Platter after platter of fresh jumbo prawns emerged from the kitchen until we had to raise the white flag. More than the best pawns I have ever had in my life, Renette and the Hangklip team made us feel like we were old friends over for lunch – we relaxed, we ate, we laughed, we listened to good music and we ate more. I left the Hangklip with a contented smile on my face, a belly full of prawns and new friends!

    Last stop: Strand Beach, a long stretch of powdery sand in False Bay, where the water is 5-10° warmer than nearby touristy beaches. We screeched like schoolgirls as we jumped in big waves crashing to shore on the Cape. And last but not least, we sat along the cement promenade, surreptitiously sipping Soweto Gold beer, just as the sun was dipping into the Atlantic Ocean.

    Now you could stop at any of these places on your own if you like, but if you want an experience like the one I just described, you will only get it by booking a Kreef Tour.
    Written 5 March 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • S8755POsandraf
    2 contributions
    I recommend this tour. It was beautiful country with the best guide (Lynette). I had a wonderful time tasting and talking. You will not be sorry you took this tour. I can't wait to go back.
    Written 1 June 2022
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  • jcalder33
    New York City, NY3 contributions
    We had a fantastic day in the wine region from start to finish. Our guide, Ash, was so knowledgeable and accommodating. He showed us around the Stellenbosch region and hand picked a few wineries that best suited our tastes. We truly enjoyed every minute of it and would fully recommend the private tour to those who are considering it. Thanks again to Ash for a great time.
    Written 25 November 2021
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