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Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

A delightful lunch at Steenberg’s Bistro Sixteen82

So since I broke my ankle last month I’ve been looking at restaurants in a different light. Before I decide to go anywhere I have to establish accessibility. Can I get in and out (first in a wheelchair and now on crutches)? Is there allocated disabled parking outside? Is the place all on one level? […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Mouthwatering tapas at Upper Bloem

On a windy Cape Town day what better way to spend the afternoon than lunching somewhere new. I’d been meaning to try Upper Bloem for a while. It’s from the team behind La Mouette, one of Sea Point favourites. Head chef Andre Hill joined La Mouette as a sous chef in 2013 and impressed chef-owner […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Tasty intricate dishes and expansive views at De Grendel

Today we’re heading a short drive (20 minutes) from central Cape Town to the Durbanville wineland region. Our destination is a vineyard called De Grendel which has an amazing restaurant that we try to visit every year when we’re in the Mother City. The Graaff family own the farm and have done for four generations […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in Cape Town

Asian delights at TOMO in central Cape Town

Today we’ve discovered a little Asian gem in the middle of Cape Town.

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Lunch high above London at the Sky Garden

¬†Darwin Brasserie at the Sky Garden The ever-changing face of London includes the myriad new towering architecture thats’s adding to the dramatic skyline of ¬†this beautiful city. South of the river, The Shard is London Town’s tallest building (and possibly my favourite) at 306m (95 storeys). The views are truly spectacular down and across the […]

Restaurants, Restaurants in London

Tasty tapas at Barrafina in stunning Coal Drops Yard

Tapas for two at Barrafina How I love being a Londoner. I moved here in 1985 and after 33 years am still amazed at the way the city evolves. There’s always new and exciting things to discover, I mean always and sometimes really exciting things. Like today. I headed north to King’s Cross to explore […]