The tea bar that’s changing tea-drinking culture has arrived in Cape Town
Re-opening soon: Bao Down. From Vredehoek to Green Point
Your new favourite spot is waiting to be discovered...
Dining here is not only a sensory delight; it’s an interactive experience
Get Nobu’s famous New Style Sashimi, delicious grilled tenderloin, or sticky and sweet miso eggplant delivered to your door
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Chef Matt Manning does it all with so much flair
A pintxos bar, half-price sushi Monday to Saturday, reggae on Wednesday and a DJ on Friday
African Relish has a cooking school, the Chef's Café eatery, a deli, and rustic and luxurious accommodation
There’s Taiwanese flavoured milk and rose tea, too
Served with panoramic views, fresh, salty air and plenty of Knysna charm
Stunning ocean views, a huge selection of wine, a deli shop, and vegan banana bread waffles!
A big move from Asia to Africa, they met in Cape Town and saved up for years to open new restaurant Nippon Sushi – here’s why you should come taste the menu
A selection of premium eateries to chow down with chopsticks in the Mother City
New in the old Savour space: An iconic building. Completely renovated. Great views of Table Mountain. So fresh that the restaurant doesn’t have a name yet ...
Expect all-new pizza and dinner menu, milkshakes and ice cream at Folk Cafe’s new beach-style restaurant in St James
You can find Asami’s all around Cape Town, or order their online deals too
NOW OPEN: Sublime cocktails and cuisine at Macau Asian taverna in the Victorian building where Savoy Cabbage used to be
If they make ramen as good as we have heard then they must be three incredibly wise monkeys in the Mother City...
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