Cape Town - While it may not be scientifically proven, yet, humans are known to crave a specific kind of food when it gets late at night.
These foods, specifically, include something greasy, salty, cheesy, or chewy - preferably something you can eat off your hands.
Almost always, a slice of pizza.
The Travel Supermarket researched the most popular food to be consumed after a ‘night out on the town’ in ten of the most visited countries in the world by tourists - and Cape Town has made the list.
SEE: SA's Durban and Cape Town make Top 100 list of places to lick your plate clean...
According to the travel site, it is highly likely that when venturing to a new and unfamiliar place, travellers will want to explore the local nightlife and sample some of the finest traditional tipples.
The list pulls together the most popular late night snacks from around the world, interesting facts and a suggested restaurant to trial the famous feasts.
According to their infographic in SA, the love for a boerie roll accompanied by a glass of wine straight from the vineyard is what saffas enjoy most as a late night snack - do you agree? Tweet us at Traveller24_SA or drop us a line to share your travel adventures - Info@Traveller24.com
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