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A small beach restaurant in an isolated South African fishing village was named the best in the world.

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The Wolfgat – whose six mostly female staff have no formal training – opened just two years ago in a 130-year-old cottage and cave on the beach at Paternoster.

Its seven-course tasting menu costs the equivalent of €53 ($60 or R848), a fraction of what you would pay at a top Paris table.

But the founder, Van der Merwe’s belief in sustainable, back-to-basics cooking won over the judges of the inaugural World Restaurant Awards in the French capital.

“I can’t wait to celebrate with them with a big glass of South African sparkling wine.”

By Damilola Faustino

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