Surfer-turned-model-and-actress Roxy Louw is a self-confessed foodie and proponent of healthy, nutritious food. We asked the Sports Illustrated model to share her favourite restaurants in Cape Town and the winelands for both healthy – and not so healthy – eating.
Bertus Basson of Overture. The food is always so tasty and beautifully presented.
Himalayan Asian Restaurant at the Durbanville Palmgrove Centre… it’s a hidden gem.
Ellerman House in Bantry Bay. What beats Cape Town’s sunset overlooking the water? It’s truly magnificent – along with the fantastic wine collection!
Root 44 Market on Audacia Farm. There is chilled live music and food stands with fresh farm produce – it’s always festive and fun.
The Goatshed Restaurant on the Fairview farm in Paarl. I love the atmosphere and all the different things to do on the farm. From the goats to cheese and wine tasting, chocolate tasting and beer pairing… There is always something new on the farm to explore.
Beluga, Green Point. The management is always fantastic. I love the energy there.
Tintswalo Atlantic – it’s so secluded and beautiful.
A meal at Burrata: rib-eye on the bone, followed by chocolate fondant accompanied by a bottle of Anthonij Rupert Optima.
Beluga in Green Point has great service and I can customize my own rice-free rolls. Plus there’s half-price sushi and cocktails all day until 7pm.
Jan Braai’s recipe book… I love to braai!
El Burro is always fun and festive, with the tequila bar below (Cabrito).
Hudson’s on Somerset, Green Point. You can drop the bun and have your patty on a bed of lettuce. The chilli poppers are a winner too.
The Duchess of Wisbeach in Sea Point is a hidden gem.