A decadent nutty ganache with warm, melted chocolate sauce from the Harbour House Restaurant in Hermanus. This dessert was one of the best I have ever had!
A seafood platter (pictured is a prawn) from Harbour House Restaurant, Hermanus. It was very tasty and for some who had never before sampled prawn, they were excellent.
Some colourful, proudly South African petit fours from Charly’s Bakery in Cape Town. They were very nice and the icing is made marzipan.
Some cute, pink Elmo and Cookie Monster cupcakes sold at Charly’s Bakery. They are very nice but due to the food colouring, they can colour your lips, tongue and teeth either pink or blue for a time. Also, the icing is rather rich.
An excellent cappuccino from Namona near Gardens Centre, Cape Town.
A divine, gold spray-painted and highly decadent Amarula-infused cake with a rose petal ‘covering’ from Charly’s Bakery. The richness of it nearly killed me but it was one of the best slices of cake I have ever had… and I like my cake.
Author: Tamlyn Amber Ryan
Content writer by day and blogger by night, Tamlyn Ryan passionately runs her own travel blog, called Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust, from her home base of Cape Town, South Africa. And, despite a national diploma in Journalism, in her free time, Tamlyn’s preferred niche remains travel writing.
Tamlyn is a hopeless wanderer, equipped with an endless passion for road trips, carefully planned, holiday itineraries and, above all else, an innate love for the great outdoors.