Parktown North now offers an exciting culinary refuge from the fight or flight of city living at the Pudding Shop, writes Lisa Johnston.
In cool Cape Town 'upscaling' means 'downmarket', and dives and dude food rake in the customers.
A new cook book is packed with nourishing Jewish, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean recipes.
In the game of food, you win when you dine on 21 courses at the best restaurant in the world.
As a marketing exercise for the restaurant business, I suppose "the world's 50 best" is to be welcomed.
Although they might complain about Michelin, chefs at least understand the reasons why a restaurant is given its stars, even if they don't agree.
Chef Liam Tomlin is avowedly in favour of using only the best seasonal ingredients and allowing them to speak for themselves.
There seems to be something inherently sad attached to piano bars.
While steakhouses tend to be the preserve of large franchises, a few independent treasures remain.
You won’t find a vestige of egg, a piece of cheese or a drop of milk or honey at the Greenside Café.
A Cape Town venture has taken the restaurant and retail business to a whole new level.
Parreirinha in La Rochelle is a warren of dining rooms. The building, in a suburban street deep in Johannesburg's south, used to be a police station.
Service with a smile is the trademark of a camp burger joint that also serves good food.
Babel is surrounded by an enormous edible garden, which offers its bounty to the beautiful menu.
The only thing that might leave a bad taste in your mouth at the Pot Luck Club is the service.
Even if you’re not eating, the coffee is something to behold.
No foodstuff has been more linked to health geeks than yoghurt.
Gangnam BBQ’s Korean food is all kinds of delicious, but what the TVs are all about we really couldn’t say.
It was love at first bite — the delicate, shell-shaped, citrusy sponge melted in my mouth and I knew why Proust had made the madeleine famous.