Did you know? The “Rainbow Nation” not only applies South Africa’s people but also to its cuisine. For the adventurous diner, there are delicacies such as fried caterpillars and crocodile steaks. For the mildly adventurous, there is biltong, bobotie, bunny chow and boerewors.
What are the differences in dining etiquette in South Africa?
Dining etiquette in South Africa is mostly westernized, with some of its own idiosyncrasies. For instance, it’s acceptable to eat pasta by twirling it onto a fork with the aid of a spoon, and to eat lobster with your hands.