What to do in South Africa according to the experts, Quintessentially

8th Jun 2010
What to do in South Africa according to the experts, Quintessentially

Quintessentially, the world’s leading luxury lifestyle group and global concierge service, advises mothers, wives and girlfriends what to do whilst millions of men, husbands and boyfriends watch the football unfold.  This is the Quintessentially guide to where the super rich and their partners will be seen eating, drinking, dancing and taking their kids.


Top Three Restaurants in Johannesburg:
Signature – one of the most exciting new fashionable restaurants in Sandton, offering a unique mix of exclusivity, flexibility, sophistication and design.
Westcliff, La Belle Terasse – set on a hilltop overlooking the zoological gardens and forested areas of Johannesburg, expect spectacular panoramic views.
Pigalles – Pigalle-Sandton is the place to be, the benchmark in urban chic dining.

Top Three in Capetown:
Signal – draws on influence from the many cultures and nations that have called upon this region during its history.
12 Apostles – if ever a location and its 5 star cuisine were in harmony, it’s here.
Jardine – founded upon the contemporary European techniques and South Africa’s finest seasonal produce.

Top Two in Johannesburg:
Circle Bar – ideal for sundowners, a pre-dinner libation or a night of abandon, the cocktails are impeccable.
Westcliffe Poll Terrace – enjoy a cocktail whilst taking a deep in the plunge pool.


Top Two in Capetown:
Planet Champagne Bar at the Mount Nelson – offering an exclusive cocktail menu Cape Town’s hottest bar combines Sex and the City- style chic with timeless elegance.
Caprice – attracts a trendy crowd of sophisticated young professionals, glamorous models and its fair share of celebrities.

In Johannesburg:
INC – a fabulous new nightclub located in Braamfontein Johannesburg, offering an exclusive, stylish, sexy and international nightlife experience.
Moloko – An intimate venue with warm textures, sleek surfaces and dim lighting.

In Capetown:
Hemisphere – Cape Town’s most sophisticated and stylish new club.  Situated on the 31st Floor, the 180 views of Table Mountain, the city and the ocean are truly magnificent.
Chevelle – complete with exclusive tables, private booths and four full-service bars.

Johannesburg Zoo – home to 2070 animals and 365 different species, including the magnificent white lions.
Gold Reef City Theme Park – a whole host of white knuckle rides, tours and adventures.

Delaire Graff Estate – Situated on the highest crest of the magnificent Helshoogte Mountain Pass linking the Cape’s tow leading wine districts – Stellenbosch and Franschhoek- the Delaire Graff Estate has one of the leading restaurants and boutique hotels in this illustrious vineyard region, in not in South Africa itself.


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