Your new favourite spot is waiting to be discovered...
Re-opening soon: Bao Down. From Vredehoek to Green Point
Steak, eggs, cheese or a classic masala curry gatsby, which would you choose?
Be vegan for a month (but don’t miss out on the special flavour you love)
We celebrate good food, wine, nature and diversity, writes Les Aupiais for Ficks
Re-opening on 103 Kloof St: "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship (again)"
Vegan chops, steaks, sausages, salami, “chicken” skewers and even ribs
From a giant gatsby to burgers and curries, get your veggie meals delivered
Chat, learn, eat, relax, listen to vinyl classics, grab a book and admire local art at Café Zör in the Bo-Kaap
Epic Seaboard sunsets in shorts and slops on the Corona Deck, tucking into scrummy (and surprisingly affordable) meals while the kids make their own pizza – Strolla tonight anyone?
Chef Matt Manning does it all with so much flair
Quick-service 100% plant-powered food that’s air-fried and guilt-free
African Relish has a cooking school, the Chef's Café eatery, a deli, and rustic and luxurious accommodation
The Woodstock-based eatery that not only facilitates a roaring good time for patrons but has also launched some major singing careers
No plate or cutlery needed to eat a McKay Cabbage Bowl
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Where else can you have coffee amongst the greenery and walk away with the chair you sat on?
12 different dishes worth trying out
Have a cuppa and watch the baker prep artisan loaves and pastries at Our Place
Open: Now you can get delicious healthy meals in a jar, in a store
Cosy enough for romantic dates, but equally well-paired to group gatherings, this three-storey bar and restaurant is pure opulence!
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