If you should ever find yourself in the Stellenbosch/Somerset West region, you would be doing yourself a disservice by not checking out the magical Lourensford Market.
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed… but pots, bowls, coffee mugs and platters are super expensive. It’s not uncommon for you to spend as much as R500 on a serving bowl or crockery that is essential for any kitchen. This weekend, I discovered a creative, affordable alternative and a unique social experience.
If you’re in Cape Town you don’t need to go through all the trouble of booking a flight to Japan to have your tastebuds tickled in a uniquely Japanese setting, because Tjing Tjing has got your back.
Summer in Cape Town is magical. Sure, it comes with a heck of a lot of wind, but it also brings with it cheap fruit, lazy days on the beach, and open-air Afro-Latin dance parties.
Over the last few years, the Cape Town Vegan scene has exploded. It’s now easier than ever to find plant-based additions to menus almost everywhere, and entire restaurants have popped up all over the place which showcase the culinary marvels that can be created without the use of animal by-products. Jessy’s Waffles, situated in Gardens, Cape Town, is one of these gems.
The Raptor Room is a paradise of pink neon lights and hip-hop beats, but it’s neither a club nor a theme park of resurrected dinosaur species. It’s a quirky eatery on Cape Town’s Roeland Street, and it’s both a feast for the eyes and the belly.
[OPINION] The next part of the world that could be set alight is the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Cape Town…