It can’t really be argued, Cape Tonians have quality restaurants that offer a wide variety of delectable, gourmet cuisine. While we all like to test out culinary creations that are bound to tantalise our pallets, sometimes it’s nice to revert back to some old favourites. A greasy burger, every once in a while, is just what you need to recover from a stressful workday, or a hard night’s partying. To ensure that you sink your teeth into the juiciest, most appetising burger around, we have compiled a guide for the best burger eateries in the Mother City.
If you’ve got a better half, it’s always a good idea to spoil them from time-to-time with a fancy dinner accompanied by a bottle of wine. Whether you’re looking to put some spice back into your relationship or for a way of getting out of the dog-box, we’ve found some top-notch restaurants for that romantic night out.
La Petite Ferme boutique wine estate – known for wraparound vistas, award-winning wines and gourmet cuisine, is excited to announce that they’ll now be open for dinner. Regular diners and newcomers are also invited to try out their new Tapas Bistro as of the 19th of November 2015.
Patrons can enjoy an alfresco dining experience, with a wide selection of canape-sized dishes from around the globe. These dishes will be paired with La Petite Ferme’s award-winning wines – varietals which have to date received much acclaim including having been presented with the prestigious Michelangelo Top Producer Award in 2013.
Known for combining international tastes and methods with locally sourced produce, the secret to La Petite Ferme’s success lies in preparing uncomplicated dishes enhancing natural flavour.
Diners at the La Petite Ferme can look forward to delectable food, fine wines and exemplary staff while being surrounded by picturesque views of majestic mountains and rolling vineyards.
Dinner is available from Thursday to Sunday from 7pm to 10pm at La Petite Ferme.
“Kosklets” is Radio Tygerberg’s new restaurant review program launched in October 2010 and is presented by Ingrid Venter (Radio Tygerberg presenter and business entrepreneur, currently also hosting “Tasse en Matrasse”) and Monique Strydom (one of SA’s sought after motivational speakers, philanthropist and well-known hostage survivor).
This 5 minute program will be broadcast on every Thursday at 17:15 during the station’s peak hour programming.
More About The Station:
Radio Tygerberg was
established in 1993 and over the past few years it has grown into one of the largest and most successful Community Radio Stations in the country. Currently the station has 348 000 listeners, plus 50 000 internet listeners.
Grabbing a substantial bite to eat in the early morning can be tough cheese. Between dropping your kids off at school and sitting in peak-hour traffic, you’re lucky if you’ve had more than a couple slurps of soggy Weetabix. This is a shame, considering Cape Tonians are spoilt for choice when it comes to quality breakfast eateries. To make your mornings that much more enjoyable, we have come up with restaurants that serve up the best eggs bennies, fry-ups and health breakfasts in Cape Town.
The international movement, Slow Food, will be represented at Durban’s upcoming Good Food and Wine Show.
Taste, the internationally celebrated culinary festival, are launching their first Port Elizabeth based event. Taste of PE takes place at the Boardwalk Entertainment Complex from the 6 – 8 November 2015.
It’s almost the start of the summer season, and in commemoration, the Open Gardens Festival makes its return to Franschhoek.
Gardening enthusiasts will be granted the opportunity to view the private gardens of 10 proud home owners.
While Cape Town is not lacking in restaurants, one often runs the risk of breaking the bank during a night on the town or a coffee with the girls. Check out these pocket-friendly restaurants that provide good quality food.
The Restaurant at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate in Franschhoek took centre stage at the American Express Platinum Fine Dining Awards clinching a 10-year accolade for securing its place once again in the line-up of recognised Fine Dining restaurants in the Cape Winelands.