Posts – Food & Wine

#TravelChatSA raises a glass to local craft

  • 25 June 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

Local “craft” no longer just refers to those souvenirs and ornaments you pick up on your travels. The unique beers and wines being “crafted” across South Africa have also become a part of this country’s offering.


Slow down to make the most of Old Town Italy

  • 24 June 2015 by Christine Marot

Old Town Italy in Umhlanga is a showcase of passionate people and quality Italian foods and products, all under one roof where you can eat, shop and learn.


Food and fruit at Babylonstoren’s farm garden

  • 23 June 2015 by Kate Rau

Guava trees – some over 70 years old – line the avenues that lead into Babylonstoren’s food and flower garden. Dripping with yellow and green fruit, the trees are just one of many collections that have taken root in this growers’ paradise.


Suncoast Towers: luxury accommodation on Durban’s shoreline

You won’t find luxury accommodation closer to the ocean along Durban’s Golden Mile than at the Suncoast Towers.


Going Dutch in Umhlanga is a whole new concept

The Dutch bar and lounge, an old-school jazz, blues and rock club, features a wide range of live music from the 1930s to the 1970s.


#TravelChatSA talks food and wine routes

  • 18 June 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

Where are South Africa’s best food and wine routes? The country’s travel twitterati weighed in on the discussion in last night’s #TravelChatSA.


Celebrating Cape Town with Nespresso magazine: #24captured

  • 17 June 2015 by Kate Rau

Nespresso Club Members around the world will read all about the Cape Town life this quarter as they page or swipe their way through edition 24 of Nespresso magazine, a lifestyle publication profiling the globe’s top destinations.


Wine, dine and bike your way around Franschhoek

Going from vineyard to vineyard is what being in the Cape Winelands is all about. But your transport options aren’t limited to cars ... next time you’re there, hop on a bicycle.


24 hours in Pretoria

A day spent in Pretoria can include visiting historical sites, observing local art and trying the best picnic spots in town.


View restaurant – the height of fine dining

  • 12 June 2015 by Stuart Dickinson

View, the newly opened restaurant perched at the top of the Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, is fast making a name for itself as one of the hottest dining venues in Johannesburg.