In case you are ready to eat in the very best restaurant on the planet, effectively, be ready to starve.
The South African Wolfgat, which gained the highest prize at Monday’s World Restaurant Awards, is a beachfront fine-dining institution with an ever-evolving seven-course menu.
The 2019 “Restaurant of the 12 months” can be 2.5 hours from the closest metropolis and might solely accommodate a most of 20 folks per sitting.
Chef-owner Kobus van der Merwe’s eatery, positioned within the Western Cape city of Paternoster, showcases “a choice of indigenous components particular to our coastal location,” with a concentrate on seafood, lamb and venison and seasonal greens, “enhanced by wild herbs, seaweeds from the native rock swimming pools and pickings from the backyard,” per Wolfgat’s web site.
To get there, hungry gourmands should fly into Capetown and lease a automotive for the two.5-hour drive alongside the coast. The tasting menu prices about $60, and wine pairings could be added for an additional $40.
This text initially appeared on the New York Publish.