The spring of 2015 comes with so much more; it’s the start of a new season with warmer temperatures as winter makes its way out. It’s also the season of a variety of events to look forward to, and these events will ensure that people enjoy the outdoors. One such event being the Taste of Joburg, a world-class experience for all foodies alike, promises to be riveting and certainly impress the biggest critic’s taste buds.
The Taste of Joburg returns to Montecasino from 24-27 September 2015. The event is Joburg’s most anticipated Restaurant Festival that brings together top chefs, foodies, critics and anyone that loves everything food. At this year’s event 12 of Joburg’s top restaurants will showcase their special menus from starters to mains where guests will be able to sample only the best dishes. The dishes are specially designed to reflect restaurants’ philosophy and showcase seasonal and premium ingredients.
There is a wide range of boutique exhibitors, artisan producers, premium drink brands and award-winning wineries that will provide a mountain of the country’s finest food and drinks. Guests will be able to sample foods and also buy a wide range of products in a relaxed environment at the food market. The Taste of Joburg has a lot more to offer and guarantees that guests will have a fabulous time.
There is a host of new and exciting foodie’s attractions, a stellar line-up of Joburg’s greatest culinary talent as well as a not-to-be-missed line-up of innovative and interactive programmes on cooking and eating designed to educate and entertain. Guests can enjoy the wide variety of food, from gourmet to seasonal and traditional food.
Tickets are available at www.computicket.co.za and www.tasteofjoburg.com. Before 10 August people can get standard tickets for R50 and premium tickets for R150. From 10 August standard tickets will cost R80 and R100 at the door while premium tickets will cost R180 and R200 at the door. DStv Clubhouse Tickets cost R685. Kids under the age of 12 get in for free.
To get in touch with Taste of Joburg’s office, people can call 011 549 3644.