The economic knock-on effect of the Covid-19 pandemic is already hitting South African restaurants hard. From closures to adapted services, Cape Town restaurants and wine farms are doing their best to

 

Brad Ball reminds me a bit of Jamie Oliver. He?s got a big face and a big grin. He produces authentic Italian, French bistro and Japanese dishes that work

 

One factor is for certain, Capetonians love wine. So they need to. In spite of everything, South Africa?s oldest winery and wine property may be discovered

 

This eatery pairs lekker chow and reasonably-priced wine with fabulous mountain views, and a bike park for a little action

 

La Colombe is one of South Africa's most iconic and internationally acclaimed fine dining establishments. Originally founded on the historic Constantia Uitsig

 

This is what happens when you infuse artful confections with intense fillings.

 

The bike park at Constantia Uitsig. There are many things to be discovered wandering the winelands, but it's safe to say I didn't expect a gap in the English

 

Over the past few years, Constantia Uitsig has been under a seemingly constant state of change. The latest addition is the new Heritage Market – and, let’s just say we’re pretty excited.

 

Open 7 days a week, from 8am until 6pm, the Bike Park at Constantia Uitsig offers cyclists of all ages and skill levels laps and laps of fun.

 

God Bless America for bringing us Kristen. Born and raised in the States, true love led Kristen to move to Cape Town and marry. But a seemingly innocent wedding present of an ice cream maker quickly led to Kristen discovering another great love… making kick-ass, small-batch, hand-churned ice cream in a range of ever-evolving flavours.