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Cape Town is world-famous for its culinary scene, and the upmarket southern suburb of the Constantia Valley is no different. Laura Griffith-Jones reveals her pick of the best places to eat and drink to suit every palate and pocket
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It’s easy to see why the Constantia Valley, nestled beneath Table Mountain National Park, is renowned for its food and drink. This idyllic suburb is the oldest wine-producing region in the Southern Hemisphere, home to eight award-winning wine estates: Groot Constantia, Steenberg Vineyards, Constantia Uitsig, Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachting, Eagles Nest, Constantia Glen and Silvermist Vineyards. And where there’s good wine, first-class cuisine usually follows. Whether you’re looking for ne dining or a touch of Cape Malay, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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