What could be better than a day filled with sun, sea, and amazing food? Set aside a day this holiday season to take a trip along South Africa’s magnificent coastlines to discover these stunning hidden restaurant gems.
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.
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.
Calling all food and wine lovers – a five-course monthly dining series paired with divine wine is launching courtesy of the President Hotel.
I chose to indulge in Umi’s new seasonal menu on a crisp winter’s evening. It was immediately warmed up by the sensational waiter, who set the tone for the evening. At first glance, the winter menu is delectable and well rounded. The combination of fresh Japanese elements and intense winter flavours is balanced out impeccably.
Whether you go banting or full-on carb-loaded, everyone indulges on pizza night. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best places to dig in around the country. No matter your preference, one of these pizza joints is sure to tickle your fancy.
Societi Bistro goes global with an offering of 21 international menus serves for only 4 days each throughout the winter months this year.
Thinking of heading out for the night but don’t want to blow your budget? Check out these amazing Cape Town winter specials.
The 7-course seafood tasting menu at Kyoto Sushi Garden made me appreciate the simplistic umami flavours of Japanese food.
The occupation of being a chef has been around for hundreds of years but has only become a more renowned and accepted profession in recent years, gaining considerably more respect. But this new-found recognition comes with great responsibilities, not only to clients and staff, but to food and the food industry itself. So what does it mean to run an ethical kitchen, and what does that have to do with you?