Head down Long Street and step inside Fork (84 Long St, Cape Town.) One of the first contemporary tapas restaurants to open in Cape Town, this spot continues to deliver a winning combination of Spanish-inspired classics with local flair. While owners JD Haasbroek and Ed Saunders meet and greet their guests, savvy new chef Jonathan Japha works his magic on the produce-driven menu. Kick-off with a plate of tempura asparagus and Parmesan straws followed by tender beer fillets on croutons topped with mild mushrooms and mini onion rings drizzled in a red wine reduction. Try the fluffy salmon fish cakes, their famous raclette fondue with crostini and chorizo as well as he pan-seared ostrich fillets with sweet and sour chutney and rosemary dressing. Jonathan's chocolate flourless cake is the only thing on the menu you don't have to share with anyone-it's that good. There's a great wine selection too.