With a New Year comes all sorts of fresh attitudes and ideas. This list, however, proves that some things never get old – like memorable restaurant experiences with delicious food and drinks. The following 15 venues were searched and seen by the most eyeballs on Eat Out in 2015.
Charismatic chef Marthinus Ferreira continues to draw the Joburg crowds with his tasty, elegant cuisine.
You have to arrive early to miss the queue at the door of this drinking hole, but the braai-style eats leave punters satisfied.
The People’s Republic of Noodles takes guests on a culinary trip to chef Emma Chen’s homeland.
Always a winner. Chef Luke Dale-Roberts has nabbed no.1 in the Top 10 for the last four years.
If the half-price cocktail pitchers on weekdays between 4pm and 5pm don’t win you over, the views of Table Mountain sure will.
An experience characterised by its theatre and playfulness, dinner at chef Chantel’s table never fails to wow. No. 7 in the 2015 Top 10.
A relaxed and comfortable setting with tasty tapas to match.
Chef Henry Vigar treats his fans with the most reasonably priced six-course tasting menu in town.
For those who prefer the hot, the spicy and the flavourful.
With an exciting cocktail menu, great burger options and bustling vibe, this is the perfect place for socialising.
Chef George Jardine serves sophisticated dishes with just the right amount of minimalism at this serene winelands spot. No. 10 in the 2015 Top 10.
Everyone wants to be the friend of this new kid on the Bree-Street block, thanks to its Peruvian-inspired fare and drinks.
As the name would suggest, this Italian-inspired café and deli has a quaint neighbourhood feel reminiscent of days gone by.
Anyone can afford a trip to Portugal at this fun and authentic restaurant.