If you’re on the hunt for beautiful new crockery, or in the mood for somewhere exciting to eat, this week’s #HLDiscovery list is for you. We’ve found items that will add style to your home, an eatery that serves up authentic Japanese ‘braai’ food and a new store that focuses on pure and organic products.
1. tomo japanese restaurant
New Japanese eatery TOMO is located in the heart of Cape Town’s CBD. It serves up a variety of Asian fusion cuisine, including sushi, dumplings and Robata (Japanese barbecue or ‘braai’). If you’re unsure what to try, opt for a bento box, which includes a bit of everything. The setting is simple, yet stunning, and it feels intimately authentic – while the food is out of this world.
2. le creuset provence collection
Inspired by the lavender fields of Provence in the South of France, the latest colour range from Le Creuset comes in a soft lilac palette that is sure to add an element of the French countryside to your kitchen.
3. freehand leather couches
UK company Freehand Leather Co crafts beautiful couches that use carefully selected leathers, which are all natural, full grain and free from artificial processing and pigments. The couches are finished entirely by hand and the natural surfaces are rich in colour and authentically soft and warm to the touch. Freehand Leather Co. couches are now exclusively availble in South Africa at @home Livingspace stores.
4. allée bleue blue owl range
Allée Bleue‘s new wine range, called Blue Owl, is an entry-level collection consisting of a 2017 unwooded Chardonnay and 2017 varietal Merlot created for easy drinking. Made under the watchful eye of winemaker Van Zyl du Toit, the light wines are perfect as an everyday tipple. The Blue Owl wines retail at R50 each.
Located in the evolving Artem Galleria in Sea Point, Cape Town, Sans is a new concept store that sells pure and organic foods, linens, lotions and homeware. Shop healthy, guilt-free goods that have been carefully selected to benefit you and the environment.