La Parada on Bree Street in Cape Town is noisy and popular, but clearly food is not the main attraction.
South Africa wins more than its share of titles such as "Best Brandy in the World" in international competitions.
Korean food with a South African twist.
Joostenberg wines merge delicous red and white wine with modest prices.
Paul Ballen, son of photographer Roger Ballen, incorporates white chocolate and green tea, peanut butter and rooibos into his home made ice cream.
Editor and chief judge for the Eat Out DStv Food Network restaurant awards, Abigail Donnelly visits some of the country's top restaurants.
South Africa's white wine is getting far more acclamation than red wine receives locally and internationally.
Emily's Restaurant has moved again, and this time it will appeal to more food lovers than ever before.
The message from the star of a popular food programme is that good food can be found in the humblest surroundings.
Last week, I visited a farm called Solitude. Or should Eenzaamheid be translated as "loneliness"?
Observatory, isn't exactly a destination for fine dining, although there is plenty of food to be had at better prices than elsewhere in Cape Town.
Thrupps is the shop you go to when you can't find an ingredient anywhere else: such as French butter or frogs' legs.
Stand a chance to win one of 10 double tickets to RMB WineX, which showcases the greatest range of wine varietals and styles.
In his novel A Maggot, John Fowles gives an archaic meaning of his title word
Her cookery books demanded respect for ingredients, for the kitchen, and for Marcella Hazan herself, writes Matthew Burbidge.
From naughty creations to gestures of goodwill, a Cape Town business has seen – and made – it all.
Along with great food and wine, the Delicious Food and Music Festival will feature artists including Jamiroquai, Mi Casa, Khuli Chana and Lira.
The province of Emilia-Romagna in Italy is a foodie's paradise, offering a wealth of gastronomic delights, from Parma ham to Moden a balsamic vinegar.
Grappa was once rough trade, the uncouth Italian peasant not fit to associate with the aristocratic grape spirit, cognac.