Downtown Ramen Bar

I finally got my ass in gear to head down to visit Downtown Ramen. Unfortunately I chose to visit on First Thursday so I parked about a ten minute walk away. But that’s okay – a girl can walk a little for delicious bao! And Downtown Ramen has delicious bao! We opted to have one…

Kyoto Garden Sushi

This is the entrance to a little oasis in the big city. If you step inside these doors don’t bring your drama; take on their calm, take on their zen and only bring an empty stomach. Kyoto Garden Sushi is a truly peaceful little spot. Its funny to think of a restaurant as peaceful –…

Taste of Cape Town 2015: All the highlights!

The Taste of Cape Town weekend is without a doubt one of my favourite weekends of the year. I have been going to this event for the last 7 years. Yes….. I’m getting old and its freaking me out. But the pleasure of attending this event to eat food from some of Cape Town’s best…

La Mouette’s Summer Menu

I’m a sucker for a menu that includes a pre-dessert. I think I’m actually a sucker for any kind of menu with multiple courses! I’m all about the tasting menus and La Mouette’s tasting menu is pure class every single time! La Mouette is actually one of my favourite Cape Town restaurants and I have…

Hallelujah

Hallelujah is a teeny tiny restaurant just of Kloof Street squeezed between The Power and The Glory and Kyoto Sushi Garden. Its not easy to describe the food that Hallelujah serves and the restaurant reviews make it more confusing. Hallelujah is not a bubbly bar and it doesn’t serve dim sum. Now you’re aaaall confused!…

Beijing Opera

Beijing Opera started as a pop up restaurant in Joburg which traveled all over the place. I imagine a traveling restaurant can be pretty tiring. So Beijing Opera found some roots and settled down in sunny Cape Town. #Awkward for Joburg! But great for Cape Town! I’m obsessed with dim sum – I could eat…

Singapore

I love Singapore. I think its one of the coolest cities in the world. You can roll your eyes but I’ve been to a few of the cool cities : London, New York, Paris, Milan, Hong Kong and they just aren’t Singapore. One day I would like to work in Singapore for a little –…

City Bowl Market on Hope Street

The City Bowl Market can be found in a big old building half way up Hope Street on a Saturday morning and afternoon. Once a month the normal market adds on a fashion section with sellers of vintage kinda clothes, crazy hats, jewellery and even masquerade masks. The fashion market can be found upstairs. Lots…

South China Dim Sum Bar – Revisted

I love South China Dim Sum Bar – I have loved them from the very beginning – before they had printed menus and credit card machines. Now they have printed menus, credit card machines and plenty of new additions to the menu. The deco has gone from seriously sparse to minimalistic design and rustic chic.…

The Neighbour Goods Market

I’m a seriously loyal fan of City Bowl Market whether it be their Saturday Morning Market or Thursday evening market – I absolutely love it. So I must say- I felt a little like a traitor sneaking out to the Neighbour Goods Market in the Old Biscuit Mill on a Saturday Morning. I use to…

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