Posts – Food & Wine

Robertson – a pretty town on Route 62

  • 28 January 2015 by Lynnette Johns

When thinking of Robertson in the Western Cape, the first thing that comes to mind may be the delicious wines of the area ... but there is much more to the town.


The Banting Kitchen in Green Point, Cape Town

  • 27 January 2015 by Lynnette Johns

Double-fat cream, butter in your coffee and no need to say ‘Hold the chips’ (because they’re not on the menu, but the kitchen will make you some if you ask) – there’s a restaurant in Cape Town dedicated to the Banting diet.


A Darling of a town

  • 25 January 2015 by Lynnette Johns

Darling, on the Western Cape’s West Coast, is a surprising little town. An hour out of Cape Town, it is known for its flowers and wine, for satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys, and the music festival Rocking the Daisies.


Johannesburg's new-look Rosebank Mall

  • 22 January 2015 by Daphney Mngomeni

Rosebank Mall, one of Johannesburg’s leading shopping and entertainment complexes, recently underwent an upgrade and expansion to cater for an increase in shoppers.


Great food on a budget

  • 21 January 2015 by Cassidy Parker

There’s no doubting it, when it comes to food, South Africa won’t disappoint. But eating out all the time can get pricey. With that in mind, we’ve put together a few budget recommendations for you.


Great Johannesburg breakfast spots

  • 18 January 2015 by Daphney Mngomeni

Most of us know that breakfast is more than just two eggs sunny-side up or scrambled, with toast, bacon and a cup of coffee or fruit juice. We also know that a bad breakfast can ruin our day and is just unfair on our taste buds.


Ficksburg: Cherry capital of the world

  • 14 January 2015 by Christine Marot

Ficksburg is the country’s largest cherry-producing region, a fact proudly celebrated during the town’s annual Cherry Festival.


​The taste of the Bo-Kaap

  • 10 January 2015 by Caroline Smith

Possibly the best way to experience Cape Town’s historical Bo-Kaap district is through its food ...


Cool down this summer: Some great South African ice cream options

  • 07 January 2015 by Lynnette Johns

As the hot sun beats down, cool down with delicious ice cream. We found some delicious creamy goodness, across South Africa.


Keeping it natural: The Bryanston Organic & Natural Market

  • 06 January 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

Johannesburg’s reputation as South Africa’s economic centre might conjure visions of a concrete jungle, but its abundance of trees means that it’s also recognised as one of the most wooded cities in the world. Areas like the Bryanston Organic & Natural Market are a testament to the green values that many in the city share.