This is the most coveted restaurant award in the world.— Wendy Alberts
Cape Town’s Test Kitchen is the best restaurant in Africa (and the 22nd best in the world), according to 2016 World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards.
What does this accolade mean for the local restaurant industry?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Wendy Alberts, CEO of the Restaurant Association of South Africa.
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This inspires South African restaurants.— Wendy Alberts
The award elevates the profile of South African restaurants.— Wendy Alberts
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