• Foodie Thursdays
    Foodie Thursdays

Foodie Thursdays Cape Town

Join us for a culinary journey through Cape Town, showcasing some of the best of South Africa’s artisanal producers and creative spaces. From cheesemakers to chocolatiers, charcuterie to craft beer breweries, world renowned wines and traditional snacks.

Let Cape Food and Wine Tours show you the reasons why Cape Town has become such an amazing culinary destination!

Please note, we can cater for vegetarian diets on this tour, but unfortunately not vegan, halal, gluten free, or lactose free diets. We can however offer this itinerary on a Private Tour basis and then we can accommodate all dietary requirements.

The Tour Itinerary (Click for more information on each stop)

De Waterkant


First stop we visit South Africa's oldest artisanal coffee roaster, where we learn more about coffee, try coffees made in different brewing methods and visit their head roaster upstairs while he is busy roasting.

Company Gardens

Cullinary influences in the Cape

Second stop is the Company's Gardens, where the first vegetable and fruit orchards where planted by the Dutch, and here you will get a local snack and learn about the culinary influences in the Cape, whilst visiting some newly established fruit & vegetable allotments.



Is it too early for alcohol? We think not! Next stop is a craft beer & food tasting in Woodstock.



We head to Woodstock's famous Old Biscuit Mill where we have time to browse some of the many local design shops, deli, wine shop and more. Then off to chocolate heaven for a tour of an artisan chocolate factory, complete with chocolate fountains, tasting of their lovely selection and a lovely cup of hot chocolate or ice cream to follow!

Bree Street

Walk off all those calories

Drive back to the city to start our walking tour – got to walk of all those calories – we head up Bree Street, Cape Town’s coolest strip, coveted by locals and tourists alike. We pass many restaurants and bars, and along the way we sink our teeth into South Africa’s best biltong, before heading off to the iconic and colourful district of Bo Kaap.

Bo Kaap

Eastern Traditions

Once in the Bo Kaap we will sample the delights of the Cape’s Eastern traditions, including samoosas, koeksisters and spices.

Bree Street

Cheese and Wine

After Bo Kaap’s sensory overload, we head back down to Bree Street, where we will finish the tour at a cheese shop, sampling some of the best local cheeses accompanied with an excellent glass of S.A wine.

First Thursdays or Hope Street Night Market

With a beautiful afternoon behind us, having soaked up the best of Cape Town’s food, guests can either stay around to check out the city’s vibrant art scene at ‘First Thursdays’ (first Thursday of the month), or be escorted to the Hope Street Night Market (every Thursday night), or be dropped off at their accommodation.