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Join SA's top restaurants

We are looking for the 100 TOP restaurants of South Africa to participate in our 'Spring Edition 2019'! Do you have a restaurant and want to ensure you are in? Then Contact us here.
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Booking starts 27 September

This website is open for bookings on Friday 27 September! Make sure you are ready..
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More than 60,000 fans!

For hot news and fresh updates, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram! You'll be the first to know about news on participating restaurants, interviews with chefs, the winners of the awards, and other fun facts and promotions.
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Working together

We are proudly working together with great brands like Amarula, Windhoek, Discovery Vitality, Highland Park Single Malt Whisky, StreetSmart and Sleeping-OUT. Do you want to work together too? Then Contact us here.
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Meet our partner Amarula

Amarula is proud to announce its partnership with Restaurant Week South Africa. Authentically African cream liqueur made from the sacred Marula fruit. Amarula is Africa’s most awarded cream liqueur, handpicked, sun-ripened and uncultivated with exotic premium taste. Made from Africa. Join us on Facebook.
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Reward yourself with Discovery Card!

Restaurant Week South Africa in partnership with Discovery Card invites you to enjoy fine dining and delectable dishes. Get VIP early access to The Winter Edition of Restaurant Week with your Discovery Card. Don’t have a Discovery Card? Click here to join Discovery Bank.
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100% pure beer for 100% pure enjoyment

Since 1920, Windhoek has been brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot decree – a law that produces only the purest beer – using only three perfect ingredients: malted barley, hops and water. No preservatives. No additives. That’s a 100% pure beer for 100% pure enjoyment.
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New partner: Highland Park whisky

Enjoy Restaurant week with Highland Park whisky - a whisky with distinctive aromatic, full-bodied floral sweetness which comes from a tension between the aromatic Orkney peat and the sweetness of its oak casks seasoned with Oloroso sherry.