Review and rate a restaurant with EatOut to help feed a hungry child

South Africa’s best guide to the country’s best food is calling on the public to post reviews of great restaurants to help determine the people’s favourites for the 2017 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries.

Deputy Editor, EatOut, Linda Scarborough explains that these awards are open to restaurants in all nine provinces and are not limited to fine dining restaurant but a restaurant of your choice.

The awards will have thirteen categories.

Every review that a reader posts on our website, will go towards determining the winners.

Linda Scarborough, Deputy Editor, EatOut

Also, with every reviewing, EatOut will pledge a meal for a hungry child.

Linda Scarborough, Deputy Editor, EatOut

The categories for each province that will be included in this year’s Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries are: Best Asian Eatery, Best Bistro, Best Burger Eatery, Best Coffee Shop, Best Country-Style Eatery, Best Indian Eatery, Best Italian Eatery, Best Seafood Eatery, Best Steakhouse, Best Food Truck, Best Tapas Eatery and Best Mexican Eatery.

Food lovers can visit eatout.co.za to rate and review the restaurants they have visited recently.

Readers can post as many reviews as they like, but only one per reader per restaurant will be counted. The closing date for reviews by the public for this year’s accolades is 31 August 2017 adds Scarborough.

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