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The best Cape winter menus for 2017: in the city
Three great eateries in the Cape Town CBD that are sure to satisfy your winter cravings
The best winter menus for 2017: Cape wine estates
Taste hearty and delicious cuisine at these three wine-estate restaurants, from Franschhoek to Constantia
The best Cape winter menus for 2017: hotel restaurants
Discover three of our favourite Western Cape spots for enjoying a cosy meal and indulging in a night away from home
it’s a food fiesta at cape town’s mojo market
Discover Sea Point's fresh new retail and leisure space that's open seven days a week
wolfgat: between land and sea
Forager-chef Kobus van der Merwe’s new venture in Paternoster showcases his unique Strandveld-inspired cuisine
Chef Kobus van der Merwe forages daily for indigenous herbs, flowers and succulents to use in the innovative dishes he creates at his new restaurant, Wolfgat. Straddling the dining and open kitchen areas at Kobus van der Merwe’s Paternoster restaurant, Wolfgat, on the West Coast, is a glass-fronted display fridge. It’s the s
where to go for the best work lunches in cape town
From the ultimate BLT to all-day breakfasts, these five eateries won't disappoint
warm up this winter at these cosy restaurants
Visit our top eateries in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg to escape the chill outside by tucking into something hearty and delicious
this new local magazine is exploring culture through food
Published by Studio H, the first issue of Chips! is about the way modern society ritualises food and gives it meaning
what to expect at the 2017 good food and wine show
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White is set to stir things up at this year's Good Food and Wine Show, taking place all across SA
station drive is our new favourite durban hangout
A two-year redevelopment has led to a bustling hive for Durban's coolest creatives to gather
Johannesburg and Cape Town have had their fair share of inner-city development, and now it’s Durban’s turn. Although more relaxed in atmosphere than Joburg and perhaps even Cape Town, Durban tends to err on the conservative side. However, a growing and dynamic group of creatives are experimenting and challenging the norm. Over the past two years, Durban’s Station Drive has transformed from being a virtually no-go area to a buzzing hive of local creativity frequented by the city’s trendiest residents. The precinct is now populated by a craft brewery, quirky coffee shops, excellent restaurants and
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