It’s no big secret that Cape Town is going through a severe drought, so local business owners have had to assess a way forward to keep their businesses afloat while saving water. From the 1st of April, The Test Kitchen will introduce The Drought Kitchen, a pop-up dining experience. Luke Dale-Roberts and his team will focus on using less water in the kitchen while still preparing creative and magnificent food.
If you are a fan of affordable Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dining with an incredible sea view, then Bilboa is one restaurant you don’t want to miss.
Gin lovers, this one’s for you! The new Gin Lab at the Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa has three amazing offers available this December from R250 per person.
It was a pleasure to be able to leave the office a bit earlier than usual, and head to Camp’s Bay to sample the new, authentic Italian menu at Zenzero, beach view and the fresh ocean scent included!
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.
We were lucky enough to get on board one of Cape Town’s hottest food trucks, Scandalous Food, and they taught us how to make their perfect-for-summer seared-salmon and lime salad.
Wok Your Way is one of Cape Town’s hottest food trucks serving up some amazing gourmet street food. They were kind enough to share their sweet-and-sour chicken recipe with us so everyone in SA can enjoy it.
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.
I’m quite a fan of set menus.
It’s probably because I can be horribly indecisive when faced with a menu longer than my arm, inevitably resulting in me choosing the default meal of either a burger or pizza. And if (oh the horror) there is no said burger or pizza on the menu, I’m just lost.