Various eats & drinks from Cape Town - it’s a long one but worth it!
Codfather is a seafood and sushi spot in Camps Bay (right near the water) that serves more as a fish market vs. a restaurant (there are no printed menus). You pick what fish you want cooked and it comes with veggies, rice, and potatoes.
We chose butterfish, langoustines, tuna, and scallops which was enough for four people (but the langoustines were my favorite).
View of Cape Town from Lion’s Head. Highly recommend his hike if you’re looking for something somewhat challenging but still manageable.
Brunch at Manna Epicure post-Lion’s Head (~5 minute drive away). They have a plethora of breakfast options (served all day) including various egg dishes, waffles, sandwiches, etc.
Beer flight from Aegis Project.
Spent a day in Stellenbosch (wine country). Waterford (pictured below) is known for originating the chocolate and wine pairings.
They have multiple wine tasting options but we chose the Waterford Estate Experience - this paired a selection of Waterford wines with the wine and chocolate tasting.
Babylonstoren has a farmhouse, extensive garden, hotel, greenhouse, multiple restaurants, and wine cellar. It truly is an experience and somewhere you want to spend a few hours.
Their tasting room opens at 10am and starts at six wines for R60 per person (which is equivalent to ~$3). Most of the tastings in Stellenbosch are VERY reasonably priced (less than $10 bucks for 3-6 wines).
Lunch at Delaire Graff Estate - one of the most stunning views and experiences in Stellenbosch. Unfortunately, we sat inside because it had rained earlier in the day but the food was still spectacular (although the service could have been better). Reservations necessary and should be made well in advance.