When last have you had a lunch or dinner where you didn’t have to worry about anything except getting your food and enjoying it? Visit Chef’s Restaurant where their ever-changing set menu will change the way you think of dining out.
No matter the time of day, contemporary, eclectic dining is always available at Lily’s Restaurant, and at very reasonable prices as well. As soon as you walk through their doors, you are transported to a modern space filled with quirky details. You’ll probably discover something new every time you go back, and return you will.
As if Sea Point didn’t already have enough on offer, they now boast a vibey upbeat market. The Mojo Market opened its doors on the 27th April and, with over 80 food and retail stalls, this hub is definitely on the right track to becoming a part of the Sea Point lifestyle we all know and love.
Set back on the manicured lawns of the Steenberg Estate, tucked beneath the towering oak trees, is Catharina’s Restaurant, a hidden gem of a lunch spot. You might be in the middle of residential Cape Town, but you feel a million miles away.
Licorish Bistro, situated in the bustling Nicolway Bryanston Shopping Centre, is a five-year-old restaurant run by Aki Hadjipetros. After nineteen years of running chain restaurants, Aki now runs four of his own which are situated all over Gauteng. Each restaurant offers diners a unique flavour, style and twist on the way in which they eat. This everyday eatery offers customers the chance to experience a well thought out plate full of flavour and colour. Head Chef Karel Jacobs is always adding and enhancing the menu enabling the restaurant to evolve and keep up with the latest trends.
Situated in Melrose Arch in the heart of Joburg, Jamie’s Italian is celebrating pizza in a whole new way. Oven-baked with the freshest ingredients and most spectacular flavours, they are showcasing a new pizza each week for the month of March.
Located on the blissful Vrede en Lust Wine Estate in Franschhoek, Lust Bistro & Bakery welcomes patrons into a worldly atmosphere filled with warmth and contentment. The enticing aromas of freshly baked artisan bread (which we still can’t get enough of, by the way) is enough to make you want to stay there forever. But that is just the beginning.
When word first got out that the man himself, Jamie Oliver, would be opening a branch of Jamie’s Italian in South Africa, foodies and non-foodies alike could barely contain their excitement. Besides being a celebrated cookbook author, having his own television show and selling a range of kitchen- and cookware, Oliver can also proudly boast the vast popularity of his restaurant, now reaching 19 countries across the globe.
Commonly known for its meaty French cuisine, La Tête has officially earned the title of one of Cape Town’s top new restaurants opening in 2017 by CNN. Located on Bree street, La Tête has received incredible reviews – and who better to thank than chef Giles Edwards.
Where’s there’s ash there’s fire. We take an inside look at Cape Town’s newest culinary offering, the smouldering ASH restaurant.