Recommendations on where to go for lunch on those days when a peanut butter sandwich just won’t do, or you already ate it for breakfast.
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.
This summer local is lekker at the Radisson Blue Hotel, Waterfront in Cape Town with Friday braai days at its Tobago’s Restaurant. Here’s why you should go.
Meeting celebrity chef Eric Lanlard for the launch of his new book, Chocolat, decadent chocolate recipes and why Cuvée Restaurant and Simonsig Estate in Stellenbosch are worth a visit (even if you don’t get to meet celebrities).
Soup is much-loved by many during the colder months and it’s certainly one of my favourite winter meals. So I went in search of the best spots in Cape Town to enjoy a bowl of winter warming happiness. Almost 20 bowls later, here are the results from my search.
If you saw the Long Street favourite being demolished recently, don’t worry: Mr Pickwicks is only moving house.
Here’s where to get your spicy fix in Durban and surrounds (a good curry is worth a drive), in no particular order and as recommended by locals and tested by me.
What started out as a small operation selling fresh thick cream, yoghurt and certified raw milk from the Van der Byl family farm has become a a popular family stop just off the N1 outside Centurion.
Mom is probably your single biggest fan, so here’s your chance to spoil her, even if it’s just for one day. Here are some ideas for places to take Mom on Mother’s Day this year.
Although everyone has their favourite among the popular local franchise takeaways, there are a few spots in Johannesburg that are not as well-known and offer just as good, if not better, takeaway fare.
Everything is designed to slow you down at The Heath, a collection of bohemian country stalls beside the busy N2 west of Plettenberg Bay.