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What’s cooking in 2020?

After decades as one of South Africa’s leading chefs, Margot Janse knows what it takes to run a kitchen; to source, train, create, reinvent and do it all again and again. So she’s uniquely skilled in her role as mentor and Eat Out Chief Judge to find South Africa’s best. But to narrow it down to 30 nominees, then a top 10 and finally the Restaurant of the Year, she must eat at close to a hundred restaurants…

Along the way she spots the trends that are likely to carry over onto our plates in 2020. Here’s what’s cooking on the South African culinary landscape.

“There were a lot more restaurants to eat at this year than last, with more falling into

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