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Our long-awaited return to La Mouette

At last, the time has come. Time to revisit one of our favourite restaurants of last year – La Mouette in Sea Point. We gathered together a group of friends who hadn’t been there before and booked a table in the lovely courtyard. La Mouette opened in 2010 and is the baby of English chef […]

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Sizzling kingklip by the seaside

One of our favourite lunch spots in Sea Point is a Chinese restaurant called Tao Yung, just across the road from the stunning Sea Point pools. We spend a lot of time at the pools, and don’t need much of an excuse to pop across for lunch. The menu is comprehensive as you would expect […]

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A Tavola: an Italian favourite

Before we made the move across the mountain we simply had to visit one of our favourite restaurants in the Southern Suburbs for an Italian feast, so we headed for A Tavola. The food is always excellent and the menu offers a wide choice of salads, pastas, meat and fish dishes. Frankly, the choice is […]

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Brunch on the sea front at Sotano

So we’re still in Cape Town but we’ve moved to the other side of the mountain to wonderful Sea Point. That means long walks along the promenade breathing in the sea air and patting as many dogs as I can (I’m just a bit of a dog lover). This weekend we had my beautiful Australian […]

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Food to dream about at The Conservatory

The Cellars Hohenort Hotel is in the beautiful Constantia Valley. When we were looking for somewhere different to try for a relaxed post-golf Sunday lunch recently, we popped in to check it out. A delicious bloody mary later and a perusal of the menu, we’d booked a table on the sun-drenched terrace of The Conservatory […]

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An African experience in a magical garden

Okay, to call Kirstenbosch, which sits at the foot of Table Mountain, a garden is really not doing it justice. It’s one of the great botannical gardens of the world full of the most amazing trees and flowers and spectacular views. Moyo recently opened there – it’s a fun restaurant with African entertainment and cuisine […]