Festival Review: Valentine’s Day at the Burger Festival, Cape Town

Perhaps one of the things I love most about the Western Cape – and the Mother City – is its enthusiasm for outdoors festivals and markets, and 2016 has seen yet another such festival added to the city’s growing event ranks in none other than: The Burger Festival. Tickets to Cape Town’s first-ever exclusive Burger Festival sold out quickly, especially […]

Food & Drink Review – Sushi Experience: Sevruga, V & A Waterfront (Oct. 2014)

Few settings can rival Cape Town’s magnificent & graceful V & A Waterfront – but when you add a fine-dining sushi experience in a professional and smart, yet decidedly relaxed restaurant environment on the harbour’s edge to it, you have just done precisely that and you have been served by: Sevruga. Sevruga – and it’s sister restaurant, Beluga (for more […]

Bombay Bicycle, Cape Town

Drinks Review: The Bombay Bicycle Club Restaurant

Found at the top of the hill on 158 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town, you can find the quirky, crazy and bohemian-style restaurant, which is part of the Madame Zingara restaurant chain and which has been dubbed “the love-magic product” by http://capetownmagazine.com. There is limited seating overlooking the street but inside there are enough tables and chairs (some of which […]

Restaurant Review: Cafe Manhattan, De Waterkant village, Cape Town (8/10 rating)

My city travel companion and I sampled Cafe Manhattan’s Doritos Grande (R65) meal, as well as enjoying a cocktail each from their rather lovely cocktail menu. (I had trouble deciding on mine, they all sounded so good) The service we received was excellent (there is also free wi-fi available, just ask a waitron for the password) and the food and […]