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These favourite neighbourhood trattorias are serving cheesy wood-fired calzones by the oven load. Here’s where to get your fix.
There are few things that warm the soul like the tender goodness of a lamb shank that’s been braised slowly in a hearty jus. Here’s where to feast on this satisfying wintery dish around SA.
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From Japanese-infused bites and mini-Mexican tacos to tiny plates of French bistro fare or South African favourites, here's a list of eateries serving tantalizing tapas to share and enjoy.
From satisfying Ethiopian berbere-infused stews and Moroccan tagines to finger-licking shisa nyama and aromatic Malay-spiced curries, here’s your itinerary to our best African restaurants.
Perfectly crafted for the diner with a taste for food of a superb quality, the largely classic European-inspired menu at the De Hoek Country Hotel restaurant...
Chef Jonathan Galgan rules the roost at this stylish new Southern Peninsula venue. Based on good local produce, every dish is a carefully balanced composition...
Nestled inside Exclusive books in Hyde Park shopping centre, EB Social Kitchen & Bar is a new addition to the dining scene in Johannesburg. The delicious...
Walking into Henri’s, you’ll be greeted by the owner, Pierre Vosloo, and his staff, who will treat you like guests in their own home. Henri’s is conveniently...
It’s all about the sharing at The Mess, where tapas-style tasters are encouraged for starters, and even the mains can be enjoyed by more than one. Owner...
For lunch and dinner, choose two or three courses from a menu of starters, mains and desserts. A rich bite of deep-fried calamari in aioli, served as an amuse...
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