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erica | Jan 29, 201706:58 AM     10

I will be in the City of Gold for about three nights this spring. I am staying at The Saxon and have booked Luke Dale Roberts place there. Looking for a great Portuguese place for grilled prawns.

For example, would this be a good bet, although it is far from my hotel? http://www.restauranteparreirinha.co.za

What about DW 11-13?

I'd love to hear any and all comments about where to eat; budget is flexible. We loved The Test Kitchen in CT, if that is any help.

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