As the reputation of Cape wines grow over the years, a panel of 29 has selected its top 20 winemakers from the celebrated region.
Marc Pendlebury followed his dream and opened a whisky store in Hyde Park Corner. "People don't want to settle for generic and high volume anymore."
Coffee Tree and Duke and Duchess Café are churning out some of the best coffee in interesting settings in Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal.
Saigon's service at its Cape Town restaurant is good and friendly, and though some dishes are standouts, others are disappointing.
Danielle Strydom and Dany Krynauw serve yummy, mainly organic, food at their epicurean outings.
An eye-wateringly yellow drink is the Capital Cocktail to celebrate Cape Town's status as World Design Capital.
The inaugural AfrAsia Bank Cape Wine Auction 2014 will set a local philanthropic precedent as the wine industry unites to raise funds for education.
No matter which side of the great divide you're on, Den Anker’s menu has plenty for you to chew on.
As a bon vivant in the French capital, the best meal you have may be the dish you prepare yourself.
Tim James reviews Cape Town's white blends of wine.
Brent Meersman explores a small delight called Dim sum (Asian dumplings). And Tim James gives a taste of Kanonkop Kadette Pinotage Rosé.
Dining is an adventure in choice, so much so that the exotic is now de rigueur. Still, are we ready for brain custard?
Extra cooks have been flown in from India to ?set the Melrose Arch restaurant's festival of Bengali food alight with complex curries. ?
Food review: Matthew Burbridge explores Daleahs, a new restaurant in Johannesburg's Braamfontein.
Tim James discovers the tale behind winemaker Giorgio dalla Cia's wines and grappas.
Yes. Yes it is. And time flies at the Beerhouse in Long Street, where the range of ale is matched by the quality of the food.
Ever heard of bubble tea? Kate Turner tells us about the unique Taiwanese tea.
A small bar in Cape Town called Cabrito is the only local establishment that serves 40 different tequilas, and they're hoping to grow their selection.
La Parada on Bree Street in Cape Town is noisy and popular, but clearly food is not the main attraction.