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A new food market at the Waterfront

So Christmas is over – and already seems a long time ago. Weird how that happens. But it’s still the holiday season and when we visited the Waterfront in Cape Town yesterday it was as busy as I’ve ever seen it. There’s so much going on there and something to please everyone. And now there’s […]

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Getting my Thai food fix at Wang Thai

Anyone who reads this blog will know that I really love Thailand and Thai food. So it’s always important to find a good Thai restaurant in whatever city you are visiting. Wang Thai in Cape Town is one of those. There are three restaurants in the Cape Town area and inevitably in my time here […]

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The perfect peaceful spot for brunch

When it comes to eating out, Cape Town really is the king. Today we had the desire for a nice cup of coffee after a bout of food shopping (it was about 10am). So cousin Sally suggested we try a little cafe she’d been meaning to visit. This is where inside knowledge is so important […]

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Great food with great friends at Harbour House

Okay, so it’s just the beginning of summer in Cape Town, but the weather is totally outdoing itself! We’re having hot sunny day after hot sunny day –long may it last. Just perfect for al fresco dining overlooking the water. Today we caught up with Jeanine and Carol who I’ve known since I was about […]

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The newest food market in town

So today we went to the new Food Lover’s Market which is in Newspaper House in the Cape Town City Bowl. It’s in the building where the first ever Cape Argus newspaper was printed on the 3 June 1857. The building has been stylishly modernised and with its high ceilings makes the perfect place to […]

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Stunning lunch in the sunshine at Bistro Sixteen82

Another stunning Sunday in Cape Town and it’s time to catch up with our friends Jules and Bruno – coincidentally the Jules of my previous post. So we headed for Bistro Sixteen82, set in the beautiful Steenberg vineyards and one of my favourites. Named after the year in which Steenberg was established, it’s a stylishly […]