Staff set tables at Wolfgat restaurant, in Western Cape, South Africa. Photo: World Restaurant Awards

Tiny and remote South African beach eatery Wolfgat, where a seven-course meal costs US$60, is named the world’s best restaurant

  • Chef Kobus van der Merwe opened Wolfgat two years ago in Paternoster, on the Atlantic shore of Western Cape, where he forages daily for ingredients
  • The restaurant, which seats only 20 diners, was honoured at the inaugural World Restaurant Awards in Paris
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Staff set tables at Wolfgat restaurant, in Western Cape, South Africa. Photo: World Restaurant Awards
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