South African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFPSouth African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFP
South African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus has hit South Africa’s restaurants hard and not even ‘world’s best’ Wolfgat has been spared

  • Eateries across the country have been shut to diners since March 27 when a nationwide lockdown was imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus
  • Wolfgat won rave reviews for its small dishes, and won the top prize at the inaugural 2019 World Restaurant Awards in Paris
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
South African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFPSouth African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFP
South African Chef Kobus van der Merwe, of Wolfgat restaurant on the beach in Paternoster. Photo: AFP
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