Note that, sadly, veggie eatery Dear Me has closed its doors. But we know of something new coming here soon
SA-Asian fusion, unique sashimi and an upstairs Japanese tea garden is what you can find at the Japanese eatery on Loop
Treat yourself to some sweet treats at this family-friendly bakery
World-class chef Neill Anthony’s fresh, seasonal tasting menu is a foodie’s delight
DO NOTE: RAFIKI'S HAS OFFICIALLY CLOSED ITS DOORS
A hidden door, a new secret restaurant with Latin-style aperitivo snacks and cocktails, easy food and select cuts of meat by the Argentinean chef you just might recognise – here’s why we think you’ll love Picadas, our latest discovery
South Africa’s first-ever entirely deaf-run java stop opens in Cape Town
Breakfast by specially trained “egg-spert” chefs, 38 gourmet milkshakes, free parking (in the CBD) and an urban-chic communal space where meeting new people is easy
Come for drinks, stay for dinner… or the DJ on select nights. But just come!
It’s home to the ultimate trio: live music, creative cocktails and tapas
Freshly-made falafel from a real Lebanese recipe – with a takeaway price of only R10 each
With fresh new food concepts and an innovative location, the V&A Food Market is the perfect place to test your food concept and entrepreneurial skills.
Word on the street is that there’s a healthy and affordable ramen spot coming to Cape Town – here’s what we know so far
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Flamed Burger sources only the best Halaal meat for their towering, flame-grilled burgers
But something new and exciting opened up in its place
Save your lunch break with this super-fast, super-good eatery in Cape Town
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