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Winter has seen a few restaurant closures in the Mother City, but unsurprisingly, to the delight of local and foreign foodies, it has also seen a flurry of new restaurants opening up just in time for spring and more importantly, summer! Here are some of the top Cape Town spots to try before summer well and truly hits: 1. SeaBreeze Fish & Shell Cape Town has always been a bit “location deprived” when it comes to seafood-orientated restaurants outside of …
Jeffreys Bay has always been known for being a ‘holiday destination’ and why not it’s honestly such a perfect place to get some R and R (rest and relaxation). So besides Jeffreys Bay having the best right hand break wave in the world what else does this small town have to boast about. My answer to that question is COFFEE. There are loads of amazing places to get your caffeine fix from. There are so many different coffee shops/café options …
In and around Cape Town it is possible to visit some really good steakhouses and we would like to present a selection of the best ones to you!
Stellenbosch is the center of one of the best wine regions of South Africa. The Wine Route takes you to the famous wines of this area.
Welcome to Durban Washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. This sub-tropical paradise blessed with glorious weather all year round. It’s the holiday destination of choice with golden beaches, shopper’s delights from craft markets to street bazaars and sophisticated shopping malls. It’s also a natural playground for sailing, boating and fishing.
Yours Truly is typical of Kloof Street, a road famed for its trendy bars and eating-places. The young hipster crowds look good, and they know it. The same can be said for the bars, which combine stylish décor and gourmet food with relatively high prices and small portions. Having said that no one’s making you drink the tasty craft beers for 38 rand each or eat the delicious little pizzas for 70. Just order Carling Black Label and don’t eat anything; you’ll be drunk soon enough!
From modest beginnings in 1939 as a tea room attached to the train station, through many years of modest success as a restaurant and bar, The Brass Bell has emerged today as a true leviathan of eating and drinking in picturesque Kalk Bay, a half hour drive south of Cape Town. The restaurant boasts no less than seven distinct areas to eat or drink, and four kitchens to serve the maximum capacity of nearly a thousand guests.
Restaurants and bars trendier than a hash tag Being trendy in Cape Town isn’t simply about fashion – it’s about being seen. Drape your Missibaba handbag securely over your shoulders and adjust those haute couture glasses.There’s no room for fashion faux pas during this tour of Cape Town’s chic. The Grand This venue with its warehouse-like exterior can be easily overlooked. Secretly, it houses chandeliers, antique Indian rugs and distinct romanticism. Try a platter of line fish and tagliata (strips …
f you are Sushi fanatic and you love seafood then this is a must read! Here is a presentation of the 10 top low-budget sushi restaurants in Cape Town and the surroundings, they offer sensational sushi at very low prices thanks to half price specials, daily discounts or all-you-can-eat sushi buffets. Fugu: Opening Times: Monday to Saturday: 12pm-3pm; 5pm-10pm Wembley Square North – Solan Street – Gardens – Cape Town – Tel: +27 (0)21 812 2706 Situated in the inner …
Cirque du Soleil Dralion is Canadian entertainment group performing traditional Chinese circus with Western circus. The company has 5 000 employees, from that more than 1 300 performing artists from 50 different countries...