SA biggest Food and Wine fair hits the Mother City from 23 to 26 May, featuring cooking theatre by headliner Gordon Ramsey!

This year’s event looks to be even bigger than previous years, as it has now incorporated the South African Bar Show into the event, which promises “a host of vibrantly themed interactive bar genres from a beach bar, a sports bar, a bikini bar, a Private Club bar, a laid back Jazz lounge to an exciting tavern / shebeen experience.”

Showcasing a host of liqueurs, wines and craft beers, which should surely liven things up for the younger crowd. Flaring enthusiasts can also look forward to the regional and national Mixology Championships.

poster book now 2 Good Food & Wine Show   Cape TownThe event has been has been running for over decade, and the list of attractions shows why they’re the top Foodie trade fair in the country. There’s truly something for everyone, whether you want to watch legendary chef’s plying their trade, or you’re there to get as much delicious good in and around your mouth as possible.

Speaking of deliciousness in your mouth, a good place to do exactly that will be the “Best of Cape Town” showcase of top local restaurants that will be launching their winter menu’s with a public tasting.

There’s something for kids and parents alike, in the form of “Little Chefs Kitchen Theatre” with Junior MasterChef Australia winner Isabella Bliss and her twin sister Sofia.

Parents should definitely check out “Dial-A-Mom Theatre” presented by magazine editors and authors who are mums, featuring interactive demonstrations together and a Q&A’s with experts on how diet affects children’s health and behaviour and how best to feed your kids.

Tickets are R110 for adults and R50 for children. Then there are various packages that include tickets to Gordon Ramsey, Bill Granger, Eric Lanlard or Isabella Bliss, complete with exclusive merchandise such as autographed books and DVDs.

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