New South Cantonese restaurant to open on Cape Town’s Bree Street

Capetonians can look forward to a breath of fresh air on Bree Street in mid-February when TOMSON opens its doors to the public. TOMSON is the latest venture from the duo Andrew Kai and Matthew Freemantle of popular establishments Max Bagels and Leo’s Wine Bar. The team will be focusing on the South Cantonese dishes and flavours that Andrew grew up with. He is third-generation Chinese-South African and the name Tomson pays special tribute to his father.


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Guests can expect dishes such as roast Cantonese duck, siu yuk (crispy pork belly), cha siu roast pork neck, mapo tofu, specialised greens and wan ton, with a variety of small plates to choose from. The drinks menu will consist of South African natural wines curated by Matthew.


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TOMSON will open for dinner in February and then a lunch and takeaway offering will follow. Opening dates and trading hours are yet to be confirmed. Please keep an eye on their Instagram account for the latest updates.

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