Yes, the answer to all our problems is cake. Dry your tears and run your eye down our list of 30 cake recipes to lift the spirits.
How do you feel about pre-mix cakes, yellow gouda and sweet chilli sauce? Linda Scarborough shares 18 warning signs you might be a food snob.
Thanks to its extensive menu of everything from sushi to pizza and tapas, Life Grand Café in Hazelwood is just the place for a jovial, social meal with friends, says Alida Ryder.
What started as a secret pizzeria in a house in Waterkant now has a permanent home – and plans to expand. We found out what’s drawing the crowds.
From exotic Eastern infusions to local Rooibos blends, we found five teahouses that serve up a seriously good cup of tea.
Grass-fed patties stuffed with cheese and organic curly fries seasoned with rosemary salt: there’s little wonder that IYO is the talk of Cape Town.
We tasted it all so you don’t have to. Just kidding. You absolutely have to.
The editor of Eat Out, Abigail Donnelly, gives in to her cravings for Downtown Ramen and Chefs Warehouse – both in the same week.
Ask your fishmonger to debone and butterfly your angelfish, but ask them to keep the top fin side attached – as author Ine Reynierse explains, “so you can stuff it with all kinds of awesomeness.”
Looking for somewhere to eat in the leafy suburbs? We recommend some restaurants between Rondebosch and Constantia, offering everything from alfresco lunch and cosy café food to fine dining fare.
From grass-fed beef fillet to tasty dry-aged T-bones, these steakhouses raise the stakes when it comes to prime cuts of meat.
Looking for the perfect spot to take your family for the holidays? We’ve found family restaurants across the country that serve kiddies’ meals and offer toys, activities and supervision for your little ones.
Those with a sweet tooth know there are few things as decadent as a deep-fried dessert. We list restaurants serving up everything from deep-fried Lindt balls to crispy cronuts.
Keen for a pre-work coffee, quick business lunch or sultry sundowners? Take a walk up Bree Street to see Cape Town's hottest restaurant talent.
Imagine, if you will, chicken wings stuffed with foie gras and served with truffle cream, black mushrooms, parmesan and – a masterstroke – salt and...
This restaurant is the ideal destination for lovers of modern food and modern spaces. Using seasonal produce, lots of it biodynamically farmed on the estate,...
A glorious setting, fabulous food, good service and value for money put Tokara on the must-go-again list. Chef Richard Carstens’s love of combining French...
There’s been talk on the street that a certain big-name gastronomist (can you spell Blumenthal?) had opened a restaurant in Cape Town. While this would have been...
Local and international food lovers alike flock to this gem, often after a month-long wait to get a table – and what an exceptional meal awaits them. It’s...
Chantel Dartnall, our 2014 San Pellegrino Chef of the Year, reigns supreme at this flamboyant restaurant. Inspired by her travels and showcasing a strong...