Well, summer is officially here, which means it’s time to head out and enjoy a couple of cold ones with your buddies at some of South Africa’s finest craft breweries. No matter your preference, there’s something for everyone!
The Dessert Expo is excited to announce that three of South Africa’s top food and baking bloggers will be sharing their recipes, tricks & tips over the expo weekend. In no particular order, we would like to introduce to you
‘The people have once again spoken, placing their votes for where they most enjoy dining regularly,’ said Selvin Govender, Marketing Director of Mercedes-Benz Cars. Don’t miss out and check out the full list of winners from this year’s Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries Awards!
We South Africans are major foodies! With an incredible variety of local cuisine, mixed in with some international flavours and dishes, South African food is a unique indulgence for locals and tourists alike. Uber Eats is uncovering what South African citizens really enjoy and what they can’t stand to eat.
Jesse and Jamie Friedberg, twin sisters, have innovatively transformed a Bree Street Victorian building into a stellar restaurant they have aptly named Between Us. They have effortlessly brought together the amalgamation of historic rustic walls, comforting custom-made wooden furniture, fresh florals and contemporary soft lighting. Their delightful interior is the perfect external representation of the menu, both overflowing with quality.
Joburg, are you ready for the first ever Stellenbosch Wine Live? This three-day wine, food and lifestyle event gives you a taste of what Capetonians experience and love about Stellies!
This year the world’s most prestigious food awards, Great Taste, announced that local South African chocolate brand AFRIKOA won the Great Taste Award for its 55% Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate.
Celebrate South Africa’s finest restaurants with the Mercedes-Benz Eat Out Restaurant Awards. Foodies from around the country will vote for their favourites to honour the best and most prestigious restaurants in an elaborate awards ceremony in Cape Town.
Rooibos is produced from the plant Aspalathus linearis, a leguminous shrub unique to the Cederberg Mountains around the town of Clanwilliam and indigenous to the Western Cape of South Africa. It forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, commonly known as fynbos, and grows nowhere else in the world.
What better way to celebrate Heritage Day than with one of our amazing local-is-lekker recipes that will knock your socks off!