Charango Bar and Peruvian Grill is the new hot spot on the hottest street in town, Bree. You don’t need to pay a fortune-teller to figure out that this is going to be the place to be in summer. With wide open frontage and plenty of outside seating on the broad pavement, this bar-restaurant will easily entice any and all who wander nearby.
Hartenberg is looking for the best homemade burger and when they find it, they will handsomely reward the creator and put their name up in lights. Find out what you need to do to enter this competition and potentially win one of the great prizes.
I was invited to experience the new Peddlars. But I didn’t realise it would involve multiple visits, because Peddlars now has 4 distinct food offerings!
MySchool invited me to assist with the planting of a food garden at Chapel Street Primary School in District 6. The project is a collaboration between the school, Woolworths Financial Services (WFS), Partners for Possibility and Urban Harvest.
I recently booked an overseas trip for the end of the year. The flights cost a lot more than I thought they would and I’m worried I won’t have enough spending money for the whole 5 weeks (1 week in Hong Kong and 4 weeks in Australia). So it was very opportune when 22Seven challenged me to try and save extra money over a month with a bunch of challenges.
In anticipation of Heritage Day, Lanzerac has put together a fabulous event on the 19th of September. The hotel’s executive chef, Stephen Fraser and Jenny Morris will be collaborating to impress your taste buds.
The Entertainer has made is possible to share vouchers with other people in the app. Read more and find out how to get 30% off the city pack price.
MySchool will donate an extra Rand for every swipe of the MySchool card at any partner, from the 13th to the 16th. This is in addition to the usual donation to the charity partner you originally selected.
It’s that time of the year again, the announcement of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. This list seems to be getting more attention each year which probably explains why the questions are getting louder and louder regarding the legitimacy of the restaurant selection process.
Many people thing the Good Food & Wine Show has become boring. They are not incorrect, it has stagnated a bit. But out of nearly 200 exhibitors, surely there must be some worthwhile stuff? There absolutely is, but the trick is, how do you find it? That’s where I come in. As one of the judges of the stands at the Good Food & Wine Show this year, I had to walk around and give each stand some attention. I took notes, and I compared notes with my fellow judges and I have come up with a list of things you need to taste at the Good Food & Wine Show.