A Market With a Difference

More of an upmarket food hall than a food market, De Warenmarkt is the latest addition to the burgeoning Stellenbosch gourmet scene. Housed in an elegant, white-washed, heritage building…

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Adding Italian flair to the Cape Town Food Scene

South Africans have always had a penchant for a good steak, thanks to our national obsession with grilling meat to perfection on the braai (barbecue). But it took Italian chef…

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It’s Hip & it’s Bree

When a visitor to our beautiful city asks for directions to a hip, local shopping district, chances are they will thank you afterwards for sending them to Bree Street. It…

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Cape Town voted as one of the top ‘foodie’ cities!

Food for thought: Is Cape Town really one of the top foodie cities in the world? Well, readers of Conde Nast Traveler certainly believe that the Mother City deserves this…

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Lunch with a view

Hout Bay has a number of restaurants, but my go-to favourite is the popular restaurant at the Chapmans Peak Hotel, a century’s old property at the base of…

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A taste of the Cape this weekend

The annual Taste of Cape Town food festival takes place at the Green Point Cricket Club in nearby Green Point over the weekend. Grab a taxi (it’s less than…

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Between Heaven and Earth

For hundreds of years, the terraces at The Roundhouse have affectionately been dubbed The Rumbullion. ‘Rumbullion’ is an archaic English term for a riotous good time, and that is exactly…

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