Category: Restaurants

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Riverside dining South Africa-style at High Timber

So today I’m heading into the City of London for lunch at South African restaurant High Timber. My lunch with blogger friends was inspired by my latest quest to get everyone drinking as much South African wine as possible. The recent lockdown-related alcohol ban in South Africa is having devastating effects on the industry with […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Loving my first post-lockdown restaurant – Brindisa

Sorry to have been absent from blogland for so long. I hit a bit of a lockdown brain freeze. What a strange time we’ve been living in. Now London life is getting a bit more back to normal – whatever that means in times of Corona. But the big change is that restaurants are once […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Tapas time at Salt in beautiful Kalk Bay

So I’m going to continue sharing some more restaurants experiences in Cape Town with you. All so you can be prepared for After Lockdown (AL). So start making that list now. Today we’re heading down the coast to the lovely little town of Kalk Bay. I love it here. The quirky shops, plenty of places […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Six of the best Cape Town brunch venues

It seemed wrong somehow to write about restaurants now that South Africa is going into lockdown and you can’t visit any of them. But then I thought it might cheer you all up, especially these lovely pictures. And why don’t you make a list of places to visit when they (hopefully) reopen. Of course you […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Delightful dishes and stunning vistas at The Bungalow

Today I’m heading down the road for a real lunchtime treat. The Bungalow sits in prime position between Clifton and Camps Bay with stunning views of the Twelve Apostles, Lion’s Head and across the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. It’s a beautiful picture in blues and whites with a real beach house vibe. The Bungalow describes itself […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

A lunchtime reunion at The Blockhouse Kitchen

Today we’re heading over to the other side of the mountain to Constantia. The oldest wine producing area in the country (and in the Southern Hemisphere), it’s a beautiful, leafy suburb with spectacular vine and mountain views. And there’s no shortage of restaurants to enjoy. The Blockhouse Kitchen was recommended by my friend, Jane, who […]