Taste of Joburg is back with mouth-watering dishes

Johannesburg’s most anticipated restaurant festival, the Taste of Joburg, is taking place at Montecasino in Fourways, north of Joburg, this weekend.

Twelve of Joburg’s top restaurants will put the best foot forward with special tasting dishes specially designed to reflect their philosophy and showcase seasonal and premium ingredients.

A wide range of boutique exhibitors, artisan producers, premium drink brands and award-winning wineries will provide the country’s finest food and drinks to ensure that attendants you can sample and buy from a wide range of products.

702's Azania Mosaka this afternoon spoke to the festival's marketing manager, Lucy Tully about the event that is becoming the talk of the town in foodie circles.

Listen to the full conversation below:


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