As a visitor to our fair city, you’ve probably been told if not once, then a million times, that you simply MUST visit Table Mountain, Cape Town’s wonder of nature. Sure, that’s relatively easy to do in the summer, but just what is there to do at this iconic attraction in winter? Oh, if you only knew…
Established as a tavern port to nourish sailors travelling between worlds, Cape Town was always destined to become a great culinary destination. Invariably, global cooking styles have become part of the local social fabric, but only recently have flavours from other parts of Africa been added to the “pot”. Keith Bain discovers a few of the Mother City’s Afropolitan dining scene highlights.
Table Mountain Café is the go-to culinary stop after admiring the awe-inspiring views from the top of our New7Wonder of Nature, Table Mountain, but have you ever given a thought to who creates the delicious meals?
I sat down with Harry Schmidt, master chef at Table Mountain Café and found out how he and his team manage to prepare mouth-watering meals and transport the delicious goods to the top of the mountain every day.
The Two Oceans Restaurant is known both for its spectacular views of the iconic Cape Point and serving world-class gourmet creations prepared by award-winning Executive Chef, Phil Alcock.
To stay on top of trailblazing international trends and deliver an even better experience to visitors of its unique setting, the restaurant will be undergoing extensive renovations from June 1 to July 10, 2012.
A day in the Cape Winelands is usually a highlight of every Cape Town visitor’s itinerary. Set against a backdrop of rolling vineyards, stark-white heritage buildings, ageing trees and dusky purple mountains, the superb cuisine and wines of the region make for memorable adventures best enjoyed with a tour guide or designated driver. To whet your appetite, we have compiled a few Cape wine facts to mull over:
This April, you could be the lucky winner of a luxurious V&A Waterfront experience courtesy of Cape Town Tourism.
From Monday, April 23 to Wednesday, April 25, 2012, we have a fantastic shopping, activity and gourmet package worth R870 to give away!
Fine dining at the tip of Africa is a decadent reality at Cape Point’s Two Oceans Restaurant.
Here, surrounded by magnificent views, award-winning Executive Chef Phil Alcock offers a tasty, filling winter menu that will have you begging for seconds.
He invited us into his stellar kitchen for a chat, a sneak taste of his new menu and some musings about Cape Town.
For more than 20 years, Cape Town’s premier shopping destination, the V&A Waterfront has seen more than its fair share of interesting events and activities. On Friday, March 2, 2012, it witnessed its most enchanting stunt yet when international illusionists Wayne and Fran Houchin broke the world magic record for the fastest upside down dual straitjacket escape!