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La Petite Colombe wins Best Restaurant Award at the Restaurant Week XXL Edition

With 1358 reviews and ratings for cuisine, service and ambience Restaurant Week South Africa has announced the best performing restaurants of the Restaurant Week XXL Edition.
The 2021 Restaurant Week XXL Edition saw over 15,000 guests making their way to the 100 participating restaurants in South Africa, who all designed a special menu and served this to Restaurant Week guests exclusively, afterwards, every guest was invited to review the restaurant.

Restaurant Week South Africa XXL to offer specials at 100 of SA's best restaurants - bookings now open

The 2021 XXL Edition of Restaurant Week South Africa will be held from 1 April until 2 May; bookings are already open on

26 Mar 2021

La Petite Colombe in Franschhoek was awarded the Best Restaurant Award because of their exceptionally high scores for cuisine: 10, service: 10 and ambience: 9.8, resulting in an overall average of 9.9.

The Regional Best of the XXL Edition

Top-performing restaurants per region were:

Best of Cape Town:
FYN Restaurant: 9.8 (cuisine: 9.9, service: 9.9, ambience: 9.7)

Best of Johannesburg:

Basalt: 9.8 (cuisine: 9.8, service: 9.9, ambience: 9.7)

Best of Pretoria:

Prosopa: 9.7 (cuisine: 9.7, service: 9.6, ambience: 9.8)

Best of the Winelands:

Epice: 9.9 (cuisine: 10, service: 9.9, ambience: 9.8)

Best of Durban:

The Chefs' Table: 9.8 (cuisine: 9.9, service: 10, ambience: 9.5)

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