The Cape Town summer of 2013 food boom
I know that sounds too good to be true. But it is the TRUTH.
‘The best coffee shop in the world. Truth Coffee Shop: daring to be different.’
But, let’s see what else is cooking in the Mother City.
Eat with Emma
recently opened on Loop Street. A food stylist and recipe developer
named Emma has decided to open up her ideas to the public in the form of
a cute little café, serving healthy, unassuming food – and R10 flat
white coffees before 10am. I could wake up there every day.
Isn’t The Woodstock Exchange just the trendiest thing you have ever seen? The place should have a warning sign!
As much as we want to keep Ocean Jewels
a secret, we have to spread the good fish word about this tiny little
eatery serving fresh caught fish for prices so low you won’t feel guilty
when you order two meals.
The Sorbetiere is a magical fruit sorbet shop with freshly made seasonal flavours right around the corner from the Woodstock Exchange.
Anyone been to The Butcher Man in Green Point? Apparently it is a total meat experience.
has it Cape Town will have its very own wine bar soon, coming to you
from some of the biggest names in the business. But more about that
If you have heard of anything amazing happening near you then please let us know about it. We’ll come and check it out.
Our intrepid Joburg foodster Kate Liquorish
has been eating up a storm in Plett and Knysna. So we’ll be giving
those amazing garden route restaurants some serious airtime come this
Let’s give ourselves a pat on the back. It’s cool to be us right now.