Right…havn’t done a Best Of Cape Town 2013 poll for a while and given that winter is fast approaching i reckon today’s poll is rather appropriate hey. If you’re a new Life is Savage reader then basically the drill is that i’m looking for a crowd sourced top 10 list of the best Cape Town has to offer. No experts, no long winded reviews…purely a top 10 list generated through social media. In the past i’ve done polls for the best coffee, best sushi, best burgers etc in Cape Town HERE, even the best hairdresser. The last poll i did was hotly contested, but you fine folks nominated and the top 10 list for best ribs in Cape Town was created.
I expect the poll today to be another close one and it’s something i’ve wanted to know for quite a while actually since i normally only go to one of two places for chilli poppers. I know for sure there are more places that serve those deliciously spicy starters so let’s hear it folks.
Who makes the best chilli poppers in Cape Town?
Oh i could smash a whole plate of those right now.
Here’s how you can add your two cents to the poll.
- If you’re gonna make a nomination on Twitter then please make sure you include me @lifeissavage (follow my ass while you’re at it) and also #BestChilliPoppers or #BestOfCapeTown2013 in the tweet so i track the results.
- If you’re gonna leave a comment beneath this post with a nomination then feel free to add some extra notes hey. We all wanna know value for money ( ie portion size and how many chilli poppers you get in a serving) , how spicy the chilli poppers are, what dip they serve with it and what kind of cheese they use and do they have different varieties like bacon wrapped ones etc.
Now i can already tell you that certain restaurants in CT suck big hairy balls at making chilli poppers. They use yellow cheese as a filling or cover them in crappy batter. That is a no no.
So let’s hear it…who makes the best chilli poppers in Cape Town?