Want to have a Christmas lunch feast but don’t want to face the dirty dishes? Take a look at some of these lunch and Christmas Eve dinner restaurants.
Blog posts: Restaurants
Helpful guides, ideas and reviews of what to eat and where to get it. If you love food but don’t really like to cook then this page is right for your tastebuds. Finding and testing out unknown and unique restaurants our journalists love nothing more than to share the experience with you. Don’t let some of these amazing culinary creations pass you by by paying a visit to the restaurant section of the Getaway blog on a regular basis. And if you are struggling to find a hip new eatery come on in for some ideas on where to go.
Simon’s Town is special: beaches, Victorian architecture, natural beauty in spades. It’s a village founded on history, and everyone has a story about their love for it.
For a small town, McGregor has a lot of places to eat and even more places to stay. From quirky deli-style fare to fine dining by candlelight, I’ll give you my recommendations, as well as which cottage to go for if you’re looking to spend the night.
If you’re looking for more than just ham and cheese sandwiches for your next lunch break, check out these top places to go for lunch in Johannesburg.
I’d like to suggest you visit a spot that you won’t find on the usual lists: Churchill House. Part cafe, part antique shop, it’s a quaint, modestly grand spot that’s full of Italian hospitality.
Our choice of great places to indulge in high tea with pastries, scones, sandwiches and more.
Looking for the best restaurants at the V&A Waterfront? Try Brandon de Kock’s six favourite places to eat at Cape Town’s largest tourist attraction.
With the launch of La Belle Bistro and Bakery, I might finally have a reason to cross over to Camps Bay, the business side of Cape Town’s Sunset Strip.
Kulula and British Airways (operated by Comair) flight captain, Kanthum Naidoo du Plessis, knows our major airports and breakfast spots better than anyone.
Although often a little weatherworn, the drinks are cold and the locals are larger than life. Malu Lambert shares his favourite West Coast watering holes.