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Korean barbecue in London, Danish cuisine in New York and a seafood specialist in Dubai all share one thing in common — they’re served at some of the world’s hottest new restaurants for 2017.
From the Caribbean to New Zealand, global gourmets will be digging out their airline schedules to get to these must-try tables.
Whether manned by established chefs with household names or the up-and-comers hoping to rival them, one thing the fervent foodie can count on is that the world’s newest restaurants are serving up surprises.
La Tête, Cape Town, South Africa
Brothers Giles and James Edwards are behind this new French bistro which is all about nose-to-tail eating.
Situated in Cape Town’s increasingly popular Bree Street restaurant landscape, part of their goal is to get diners to embrace otherwise unfamiliar parts of the animal.
It’s no surprise that Giles worked for years with the godfather of nose-to-tail chefs, Fergus Henderson, at London’s peerless St John restaurant.
The menu changes daily but will include plates such as crispy pig tails.
La Tête, 17 Bree Street, Cape Town, South Africa; +27 21 418 1299