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Blog posts: Food
Find out what’s in the pot and discover exciting new tastes, exotic food culture, recipes, restaurants and wine. If you enjoy the culinary delights from all across africa be sure to pop in to the food section of Getaway. From reviews of new restaurants to the uncovering of delightful new delicacies there will be a morsel for you here. If you are a future chef or just a hungry traveller be sure to check back here as often as possible.
Nikki Werner returns to Berlin after a 7-year absence and finds a confident, colourful and culturally diverse capital where a sense of history doesn’t mean historical baggage, and food and fun abound.
Neither of these options do it for you? You’re not alone. But why is aeroplane food just so damn bad? Lori Cohen looks to science for the answer.
Something strange has happened in Cape Town – there are sushi specials everywhere! To help you keep track of the delicious specials, here’s a collection of places you have to try.
We all watched with horror as Americans tried to eat undunked rusks in the Buzzfeed video, “Americans try South African snacks.” The genius folks at Expresso Show decided to give them a taste of their own medicine.
Try this delicious biltong salad recipe from Chef Janet Telian, co-founder of Cape Town’s Savoy Cabbage restaurant.
A year after visiting, Melanie pens a love letter to Thailand and explains her hankering and need to return for the fragrant Thai green curry, which just isn’t the same back home.
A new bakery in Nieu-Bethesda is adding to a richness of slow food (and drink) that is helping Nieu-Bethesda set a new culinary course. By Peter Frost.
Not all restaurants are adverse to your four-legged best friend joining you at the dinner table. If you are looking for a pet-friendly restaurant to take your canine companion, I (and my dog) recommend you visit one of these restaurants in Cape Town.
I don’t do cakes. Or puddings, or trifles – any desserts for that matter. Well, okay sometimes I have to. Being from a VERY Cape Malay community is like that. Over the years I’ve honed a few which I can whip up, with a modest budget and the minimum of fuss.