Escape to the river and drift away to the sound of sweet tunes at this weekend music festival
Experience a burst of flavours from the East at this eight-seater food bar
Perched on Hout Bay’s Main Road just before the start of the famed Chapman’s Peak Drive is an unassuming building called Pam Arlene Place. It’s home to the well-known restaurant Cheyne’s and, as of October 2015, is now also the location of fresh new eatery Lucky Bao, which, although tiny (it accommodates a maximum number of eight guests), opens up a large exotic culinary world to those who are eager to explore it.
Conceptualised by chef Cheyne Morrisby (he’s also the founder of Cheyne’s), the recently launched diner serves up hot, fast Japanese and Chinese eats in an over-the-counter bar set-up for both lunch and dinner. The joint treats palates to what Cheyne calls a ‘Pacific Rim’ style of cooking, which he picked up and perfected during his expansive career in London (he spent over 12